Phone Number
Phone Number
Call Us
317-477-0093
Call Us
317-477-0093
Email
Email
web@cg-idd.com
support@cg-idd.com
web@cg-idd.com
support@cg-idd.com
Address
Address
225 Gaslite Lane
Greenfield, IN 46140
225 Gaslite Lane
Greenfield, IN 46140

Welcome to DSA, Inc.

We strive to provide the highest quality of services and supports that maximize independence, that embrace the talents and strengths of the person, that promotes choice, freedom and dignity, and enables people to live meaningful lives in their homes and in their community.

Who We are?

DSA (Developmental Service Alternatives) serves intellectually or developmentally disabled adults through programs tailored to the individual and his or her situation and supports. Services can be provided in a residential or family-based setting, in the community, and/or the individuals personal home.

In November 2018, Caregiver Indiana acquired DSA

DSA, Inc. was formed by a group of professionals who had worked in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities in central Indiana for over 20 years.

DSA, Inc. currently provides residential services in Indiana to 136 adults who have intellectual and/or developmental disabilities and who reside in 16 group homes and 7 Medicaid waiver sites. The homes are located in Hancock, Marion, Shelby, Madison and Henry counties.

We provide round-the-clock staffing.  A full range of health care services, behavior management and active treatment programs are provided in the group homes.​

DSA, Inc. has added Medicaid Waiver (supported living) services to its array of residential services and currently provides Residential Habilitation and Support (RHS), Community based Habilitation-individual services (CHIO), Transportation and Wellness Coordination.  DSA’s supported living program has been developed at a controlled rate to ensure the services provided to consumers can be sustained at the level of quality expected by the mission of Caregiver Indiana. responsible for ourselves and our actions is the beginning of peak performance.

Our Supporters

The Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services (BDDS) assists individuals in receiving community supports and residential services. BDDS also monitors the quality of care and the facilities of those who are approved to provide these services in Indiana. The Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services can be contacted at the following website: www.in.gov/fssa/ddrs/2639.htm

HCBS Waivers Program
The Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) program is a choice-driven program, which promotes and maintains consumer and family involvement in providing individualized program development and community support services for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Our Services
DSA, Inc. provides services through a provider agreement with the Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Managed Care Contracts with Amerigroup, Blue Cross & Blue Shield, and United Healthcare for the Choices and Employment and Community First Programs.
Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF)
Intermediate Care Facility for Individuals with an Intellectual Disability or Related Conditions, is a Medicaid certified program, serving 6-8 individuals in residential group home settings with 24-hour shift staff. Individuals are evaluated and an individualized treatment plan is developed to assist each individual to function at their greatest ability. Services include residential, day habilitation, psychological, money management, and training to enhance daily living needs.

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Home and Community Based Services (HCBS)

The Home and Community Based Services program is a choice-driven program, which promotes and maintains consumer and family involvement in providing individualized program development and community support services for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. It provides services and supports to eligible individuals as an alternative to Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities or related conditions (ICF/IID) Program.

There are several day program providers that DSA, Inc. works with to ensure that all of the individuals that we serve are afforded an opportunity for employment. Shares, Inc. is one of the day programs that we use. Their website is www.sharesinc.org.

Eligibility

The individual must have a determination of intellectual disability or a related condition, Medicaid and SSI eligibility, and their Plan of Care must meet program guidelines.

HCBS Waiver Service Options

We support and work with a person to develop or maintain their skills or supporting a person with the activities they are unable to do.

  • Residential
  • Community
  • Employment

Residential service Supports include things like help in the home, personal assistance, information, and support to live independently.

Supported Living

Family Based Homes

Semi-independent Homes

 

Intermediate Care Facility (ICF)

Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF)
Intermediate Care Facility for Individuals with an Intellectual Disability or Related Conditions, is a Medicaid certified program, serving 6-8 individuals in residential group home settings with 24-hour shift staff. Individuals are evaluated and an individualized treatment plan is developed to assist each individual to function at their greatest ability. Services include residential, day habilitation, psychological, money management, and training to enhance daily living needs.

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