InVision Human Services | Residential Supports Program

Residential Program

Home Sweet Home

InVision Matthew and Deanna setting up karaoke
InVision’s Residential Program provides people with disabilities the ability to pursue an independent life in a home of their very own. The people we support in this program have the freedom to make decisions on where and how they want to live, and we partner with them and their families every step of the way to ensure their dream homes become reality.

Our customized living environments put the people we support first so that they have every opportunity to build the life they desire in a home of their choice and in a community they love. As homeowners, they call the shots; we simply equip them with the tools they need to flourish.

InVision changes the dynamic.

Together with the people we support, we develop completely customized services that consider their behavioral, psychiatric, social, and medical needs to deliver the highest quality supports possible.

The successes we see in our Residential Program illustrate the need for independent living among people with disabilities, partnered with compassionate and understanding DSPs who will value them and their decisions, first and foremost. We learn together, we grow together, and we’re fiercely committed to fostering success for the people we support in their communities.

InVision Chris and DLJ card game


Supported across the state of Pennsylvania.

Signals Residential Program

Signals is a comprehensive residential program for people with disabilities who also exhibit problematic sexual behaviors with offending histories.

InVision is committed to protecting the safety and well-being of the people we support and the communities in which they live. Homes are carefully selected to minimize the possibility of recurrence, and staff receive highly specialized training. Signals also follows the InVision approach to customized supports and includes vocational and therapeutic services to increase a person's opportunity for success.

At the core of Signals are these priorities:
  • A collaborative relationship between staff and the person supported with an understanding that personal growth, progress, and safety is possible for all.
  • Ongoing risk assessments, based on research within the disability community, which incorporate both risk and protective factors to understand how a person changes over time. Adjustments to supervision and treatment strategies are therefore either increased or decreased based on these assessments.
  • Customized approaches that facilitate learned self-management strategies as needed.
  • Treatment tailored to a person's assessed needs based on the factors empirically demonstrated to reduce recidivism and provided through individual and group sessions.

Join Our Team

Working for InVision Human Services is more than a job. It is a rewarding career where you can make a positive impact on the lives of people with disabilities.