Directions in Community Living (DCL) is an entity that provides residential Supported Living supports. Once a Case Manager from the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) Developmental Disability Administration (DDA) helps an individual qualify for DCL services, then one of our qualified staff would begin providing an individualized training plan and support to their clients in their homes.
If you do not have a Developmental Administration Case Manager, contact:
Moses Lake - Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS)
The second step would be to meet with the Directions in Community Living’s Residential Services Manager to discuss your specific needs. To set up an appointment, please call:
DCL Value Statement
We believe all clients have value, human rights and are capable of learning and growing. We are committed to sowing the seeds of empowerment to help people help themselves.
Directions in Community Living (DCL) is an agency that provides Supportive Living, which simply means:
Qualified staff supporting people in their homes
24 Hour staff availability
Individualized training programs
Enthusiastic, well-trained staff who rise to the challenge of meeting individual needs
Helping people make responsible choices
Apply for Services
Arrange to meet with a Directions in Community Living manager to discuss your specific needs. Call our program office at 509-762-1161 to set up an appointment.
A Directions in Community Living manager will assist you in contacting a case manager for the Division of Developmental Disabilities to determine eligibility.
What are Directions in Community Living Support Services?
Directions in Community Living Services need to be as varied as the individual needs of the people we serve. Services are provided in each person's home environment.