Our Residential Services offer homes and apartments in wooded settings that provide various levels of support for people living with brain injury, spinal cord injury, or other neurologic conditions. From 24-hour supervision and care to independent apartments, supervised living offers the security of a managed facility, while maintaining the comfortable feeling of home.
Supervised Living: Hope Network Rehabilitation Services offers 24-hour supervised living to individuals who have long-term living needs. Private rooms are fully furnished, modern, and barrier-free. Residents are provided assistance for activities of daily living, safety, as well as provided various social and recreational opportunities.
Intermediate Living: Participants in this program are provided 12-16 hours of supervision per day in a four-bedroom apartment that offers spacious living areas, a fully furnished barrier-free kitchen, and laundry facilities on-site. Residents are encouraged to practice their skills for more independent living in the community, and are provided numerous social and recreational activities.
Supported Living: Individuals are provided maximum independence as supervision is provided on a periodic basis throughout each day. Offering one- and two-bedroom apartments directly on campus, participants are able to enjoy independent living with the security of knowing help is always available when needed.
Community-Living Program: This program provides supervision with the skills required for individuals to successfully and safely maintain independent living in their home or apartment. Specialized staff provide contact and assistance as needed, enabling participants to fully integrate into the community and establish a self-supporting lifestyle.
Forest Glen -- Supervised Living in Grand Rapids
East Lansing campus
We are now accepting residents in:
Coldwater, East Lansing, Grand Rapids, and Kalamazoo.