Delivering quality services for adults with developmental disabilities.
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.
provide long-term community placements for adults with developmental disabilities who would otherwise be placed in higher levels of care, such as developmental centers or state hospitals.
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.
Helping people with developmental disabilities come home.
After being in and out of several group homes and facing legal challenges, Christopher moved to Steps Home, in Turlock, CA in June 2019. Steps Home is owned and operated by Omelagah, Inc, and provides support for individuals with forensic involvement. Christopher has remained at Steps Home since 2019, showing significant growth and progress towards his personal goals. Since moving to Steps Home, Christopher has left his legal troubles in the past.read more
After nearly 32 years spent in a secure developmental center Darrell transitioned to The Avenue Home, in Redwood City in July of 2012. The Avenue Home is operated by Omelagah Inc, and provides support for individuals with forensic involvement. Mr. Cody has successfully maintained placement at The Avenue Home for 10 years. Darrell has adjusted well transitioning to a community-based setting. Darrell greatly enjoys music; he spends much of his time listening to oldies but goodies and writing down his favorite artists and song titles.read more
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Team Member Spotlight
As the Forensic Social Worker at Golden Gate Regional Center (GGRC), Ebony worked on over 500 cases involving individuals with developmental disabilities who had forensic invlovement. Over the years, Ebony became frustrated by the lack of community-based support for these individuals. Many service providers would refuse to work with these individuals once they understood they were forensically involved. This resulted in many institutional placements, homelessness and lack of quality service options. Convinced that many of the people she served would thrive in the community if provided with an opportunity, Ebony left her job at GGRC to develop services to meet the unique needs of this population. Our Leaders
Our employee spotlight is Kolu Sokodolo, who joined the company in 2013 as a Direct Support Professional (DSP) and worked her way up to Home Administrator. Today we celebrate 10 years of services with the company.
A native of in Liberia, while in Africa, Kolu cared for children with difficult behaviors and supporting orphan children who lost one or both parents to war, HIV, AIDS and Ebola. She is the founder of the Kolu Sokodolo Children’s Foundation and continues to support many children in need back home in Africa.
Kolu has dedicated her life to service and working with people in need. She enjoys her work and brings her outgoing and positive energy to work everyday.read more
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