Support Services for people with developmental disabilities.
provide 24-hour non-medical residential care to adults with developmental disabilities who are in need of crisis intervention, supervision, and/or assistance essential for self-protection or sustaining the activities of daily living.
consist of a broad range of services to adults with developmental disabilities who choose to live in homes they themselves own or lease in the community.
is a service designed to teach, support and guide adults with developmental disabilities to be more effective in the use of their daily skills at home and in the community.
We believe that Hope Lives in second chances.
Kishin resided with his parents and sister in their family home in San Mateo County for much of his life. In August of 2009, he experienced some legal challenges for which lead him to seek a mental health treatment facility of which provided intensive treatment and counseling. However, due to Mr. Kishin’s lack of participation in activities and therapy groups required in order to receive treatment, it was recommended that he find support elsewhere. Despite his recent difficulties in finding a program tailored to his specific needs, in September of 2012, Kishin transitioned to The Avenue Home, an adult residential facility in Redwood City, operated by Omelagah, Inc,.read more
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Matthew Omelagah is the Co-Founder and CEO of Omelagah, Inc. In this capacity, Mr. Omelagah has overarching responsibility for company strategy, programs and financial operations of Omelagah, Inc. Omelagah, Inc. provides support services for forensically involved adults with developmental disabilities. The agency’s mission is to reduce recidivism and work to eliminate behaviors, which may lead to future involvement in the criminal justice system. Our Leaders
(Picture above – Denzel Gilmore, on the right
Denzel Gilmore, a native of San Francisco, has worked with Omelagah Inc. since 2014. Denzel started with Omelagah Inc. as a Direct Care Staff and was promoted to Community Support Facilitator in April of 2016. He works in our North Bay Supported Living Services Program. His role of Community Facilitator is to provide enhanced support and supervision to both clients and staff while infusing the experience and knowledge of the community’s resources with the overall program objectives..read more
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