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Listing: National Residential Housing and Transitional Care Facilities


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Reviewed Date

Mar 16, 2023


A number of organizations across the United States provide residential living for adults who have experienced brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, and multiple trauma.

Some locations are supportive living communities, while others provide group home environments with barrier–free housing specially modified to accommodate the needs of persons with disabilities.


Anixter Center - Residential Services
6610 N. Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60626
(773) 973-7900, ext. 230

Depending on the needs of the person with the disability, Anixter’s residential support services range from home visits to services for families to 24-hour care. Settings vary from neighborhood buildings where 4-8 people are living in one home, to individual apartments leased by the person with a disability.

Anixter Center offers apartment homes with independent living settings, which is different from our residential services. Anixter Center Housing Management is the management company for seven low income HUD properties throughout the Chicagoland area. Please contact Monique Merriweather, Occupancy Specialist at 773-716-3892 or for an application and/or vacancy information.
Visit the Housing Management web-page for property locations and qualifications.

Fairview - Transitional Care Network
provides on-site primary care to patients as they transition from the hospital to home or an alternative-care setting
9 locations in Minnesota
2512 S. Seventh St.

Center for Neuro Skills
When rehabilitation is completed and the patient’s next phase of life begins, the practice of skills learned in CNS therapies commences in real world settings.Provides a continuum of specialized care for people with brain and spinal cord injuries, mental illness, developmental disabilities, and other disadvantages.  Support services include transportation, subsidized housing, case management, community based services and workforce development.
Several locations in California and Texas.
800.922.4994 California | 800.554.5448 Texas

Neuro Rehabilitation Residential & Community Support
Provides intensive post-acute Transitional Living as well as Day Rehab programs for medically complicated patients with acquired neurological injuries. Comprehensive services are provided with an emphasis on efficient treatment, internationally recognized and research-validated interventions, and person-centered care. CARF accredited and also offers residential, community-based and outpatient programming.
3075 Orchard Vista Drive Southeast, PO Box 890, Grand Rapids, MI 49546, United States
 Contact our Admissions Team  855.407.7575 

Learning Services Supported Living
Supported Living is designed for individuals who may have completed a post-acute or neurobehavioral rehabilitation program, but need a more structured living environment to maintain their level of functioning.
California Southern (760) 746-3223 | North (408) 848-4379
Colorado (303) 989-6660
Georgia (404) 298-0144
North Carolina (919) 255-9595
Utah (801) 254-6295

Neuro International
We offer world-class neurobehavioral supported living and assisted living programs for persons with head injury / traumatic brain injury (ABI / TBI), as well as spinal cord injury.
we serve people from Florida, New Hampshire, and around the US and the world.
Chicago: 773-253-5377

Neuro Restorative has a nationwide network
Serving people of all ages with brain, spinal cord and medically complex injuries, illnesses and other challenges.
 Four locations in IL: Carbondale, Mt. Prospect, Des Planes, Palatine with transitional and supportive living.
1-800-743-6802 Illinois

Neuro Solutions
Rehab Without Walls provides two types of residential care: transitional care and supportive living in home-like settings in several U.S. states.
1040 Robey Ave.
Downers Grove, IL.

On With LIFE 
Residential Neuro Rehabilitation program is a five-bedroom residential home focused on working with individuals who have sustained a brain injury as they learn strategies to support their return home and to their communities.
715 SW Ankeny Rd
Ankeny, IA 50023
(800) 728-0645 | 515-965-6860

Origami Brain Injury Rehabilitation Center Residential
This program is offered for respite, short term rehab, and long term support needs within the setting of a licensed adult foster care home. Within this program, there are two tracks: Neuro-Rehabilitation and Assisted Living.
3181 Sandhill Road
Mason, MI 48854

OTR – Over The Rainbow Association (
Accessible and affordable homes for people with a disability.
2040 Brown Avenue
Evanston, IL 60201

Pate Rehab - residency
residence for people receiving brain injury and stroke treatment
232 Ben’s Trail, Fort Worth, Texas 76120

Rainbow Rehabilitation
semi independent and supported living for brain injury
17187 N. Laurel Park Drive, Suite 160
Livonia, MI 48152   

ResCare Premier Illinois
ResCare Premier Illinois is a sixteen bed residential facility that services for adults with acquired brain injury. The facility is located in a modern, residential neighborhood off Main Street in Downers Grove Illinois.
1040 Robey Av.
Downers Grove, IL 60516

Restore Health Group
Post acute, supported living housing for acquired brain injury patients in Georgia and Alabama
Atlanta, Georgia
800-437-7972 ext 8251

Sharon Healthcare Pines
24 hour comprehensive nursing care
Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation Program including 24-hour nursing care, behavior intervention training, therapies, psychosocial group and individual programming, emergency admissions, respite care.
3614 N. Rochelle
Peoria, Il 61604

Special Tree NeuroCare Residential Living
The neuro residential program is uniquely designed to meet the long-term needs of aging individuals with brain injury.
10909 Hannon Road
Neuro Care Center and Corporate Offices
Romulus, MI 48174

Tree of Life - Specialized post acute brain injury services
Our main campus has three large homes.
Richmond, VA


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