Living In a Family Environment (L.I.F.E.) is what BASCA homes are all about. Family dinners, outings together, church on Sunday, or just watching our favorite programs in the evening. Everyone wants and needs a safe and loving home, and BASCA L.I.F.E. homes are that and happy places too.
The “Family Environment” includes support staff in each home. They provide guidance with decision-making and life skills and day to day supervision. The residents have private bedrooms with large closet space and may share a bathroom with one other person. Individuals receive transportation services to/from work or Life Skills programs.
We believe in serving as an extension of the family home to promote independence, personal growth, Christian character and citizenship.
Additionally, each of our BASCA L.I.F.E. homes are also equipped with a space for Respite Care. Respite Care provides supportive care and supervision to a recipient when the primary caregiver is unable to perform these duties due to a planned brief absence, an emergency absence, or when the caregiver is available but temporarily physically unable to care for or supervise the recipient for a brief period.
Lakeside Villa Women’s Residence
Lakeside Villa opened in December of 2001, is a 5,000 sq. ft. home that houses six women.
Secret Harbor Men’s Residence
Secret Harbor is a 5,600 sq. ft. residential home for six men. Built by BASCA with the support of many volunteers, it was dedicated on April 30, 2005. The home sits tucked away on a 2.29 acre wooded lot.
Peoria Women’s Residence
Peoria is a small residential home for three women. This home opened February 2011.
Pine Forest Men’s Residence
Pine Forest is home to five men with profound disabilities requiring 24 hour care. There is a staff ratio of 1:3 and the house is staffed 24 hours per day. Pine Forest opened in March 2011