Aid to the Developmentally Disabled (ADD) provides residential housing and a variety of programs for consumers. Among these programs, transitional housing is offered. With the assistance of the ADD program, individuals can work towards their goal of independent living.
Where is the Lincoln Street house?
In the heart of Polish Town, Riverhead, near the bustle of the downtown area where one can enjoy dining, shopping and attractions. The residents here are also able to travel to work and to see family with ease from the central location of Riverhead.
How many people live here?
Three young men named John, Jarret and Danny.
Do they all enjoy living here together?
They all get along well and enjoy their home. They bring their own personalities and individual interests to the house and create a comfortable environment. This house and its residents are achieving great things!
Is there a house manager?
There is a residential advisor and her name is Maxine Love.
What type of house and setting is the Lincoln Street residence?
This charming, two-story farm house has an enclosed porch for relaxing and a pretty, fenced in backyard with grass and a blossoming tree. It’s situated on a quaint, residential street.
To learn more about the ADD organization, residential housing, job opportunities and advocacy groups, browse our website or call 631-727-6220.