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            Experts in Adult Care & Residential Services     


National Alliance for Mentally Ill (NAMI) 

Schizophrenia-Open the Doors

National Depressive and Manic Depressive Association

National Mental Health Association

Center for Mental Health Services Knowledge Exchange Network

Mental Health Net

National Institute of Mental Health

World Health Association

Loss Control Services

United Cerebral Palsey


National Association Downs Syndrome

Autism Society

Travel For DD Population

Macomb-Oakland Regional Center

Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Services

Training and Treatment Innovations

Employment Opportunity for DD

Summit Pointe (Battle Creek)

Washtenaw County Mental Health


The following are comments from surveys sent to case managers and professionals:

My uncle has been in Progressive Residential Service care for several years. After working closely with the manager, Lucrecia, and her staff at Romeo I can’t say enough good things about the home atmosphere and activities they provide. Having been involved in the long term care field previously I can say by comparison PRS is top notch. The staff are caring and involved with the well being of each client. My uncle thrives in his home.

 - Jim Denys


PRS Locations in Michigan

  • Battle Creek
  • Clinton Township
  • Monroe
  • Saline
  • Sterling Heights
  • Temperance
  • Marshall

Community Placement, Recreational, Vocational & Therapeutic Services

Progressive Residential Services offers many services to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to provide them with experienced and professional care to meet their needs with dignity and respect while assisting them in experiencing the high quality of life that all individuals deserve.

Residential Group Homes
PRS offers specialized residential homes that are contracted through the local mental health agency to provide consumers with care that follows their Person Centered Plan (PCP). PRS staff follow the PCPs of each consumer to ensure that their needs are being met with dignity and respect.

Nursing and Support Services
PRS provides clients who have advanced medical needs with care in specialized group homes with nursing staff on duty. These medical group homes offer consumers the best care in a residential setting where staff focus on the consumer’s individual medical needs as well as the goals in their PCP. These specialized group homes are contracted through the local mental health agency and are licensed through the State of Michigan.

Supported Living Services
PRS provides specialized assistance to consumers based on their individual needs as specified in their PCP. PRS staff provide personal care, distribution of medications, recreational activities opportunities and education on transportation options within the community. PRS staff also assist with transportation to and from medical appointments. Assistance is provided in the consumer’s home from 2-24 hours per day based on the needs specified in the individual’s PCP. These services are also available to individuals on a private pay basis.

Quality Assurance and Program Development
Progressive Residential Services continually monitors the quality of services provided to consumers through satisfaction surveys, employment and parent advisory councils, and professional staff reviews. Using these resources, PRS will continue to develop programs that increase the quality of life for consumers, expand involvement in the community and provide services that meet their needs.

Compliance Consultation
Progressive Residential Services is CARF accredited, maintains AFC licensing and specialized certification in residential homes.

Professional Training
Staff receive Mandt Training, CPR and First Aid certification, Customer Rights, training based on funding sources as well as State required training.

Progressive Residential Service Brochures:

  • Aesthetically pleasing, clean home environments
  • Ongoing supervision with 24 hour on site access to staff
  • Home Manager assigned to each home location
  • Home Manager coordinates communication among consumer, case manager, family, guardian, medical services, psychiatric services, funding sources, etc.
  • Bi-Annually Progress Reports details medical information, observation data, critical incidents, and progress toward goals and objectives identified in the PCP/IPOS
  • Daily in-home structure with enrichment programming opportunities
  • Skills Training, Assistance, and Support
  • Functional and recreational programming may include home and community based activities.
  • A face to face initial assessment can typically be coordinated at the time of the referral
  • A Pre-Admission meeting is conducted to review initial case coordination objectives, and to prepare home staff to welcome new consumers 
  • Consumers are encouraged to provide input into their own care and are provided opportunity to participate in community activities