Adult Family Homes

Stable Living is an assisted living company in Eau Claire, WI that specializes in 3-4 bed Adult Family Homes (AFH). Stable Living started with a 3-bed AFH in downtown Eau Claire. It started as a transitional type of AFH, where we worked with our residents to build their ADL’s (activities of daily living) and IADL’s (Instrumental activities of daily living) to help them develop their skills to live independently. We have had a lot of success with our transitional house and are happy to announce our first 3 residents we had in our AFH have all transitioned out into independent living, with support. Since then, we have had multiple residents transition out into independent living. 

Since the indoctrination of our first AFH, we have added 3 more AFH’s with different levels of offerings. What each house has to offer, depends on what type of client group we target and the type of program we set up for the residents. We support individuals who are emotionally disturbed/mentally ill, developmentally disabled, suffer from traumatic brain injury, and correctional clients. We have some AFH’s with long-term residents who will be able to reside with us as long as they would like. We have other AFH’s in which our main goal is to build their skills and transition them out into independent living when they are ready. Once a resident transitions into independent living, they have the choice to use us or another assisted living company to provide in-home support to continue to help them build their independent living skills.

Current Adult Family Homes

Home 1

Home 1 was the first home that Ryan and Shaun started in 2017. This AFH is a licensed 3-bedroom, category 4 AFH, that serves correctional clients, developmentally disabled, emotionally disturbed/mental, and traumatic brain injury. This home has male-only staff that is all CPI certified. The staff in this home are highly trained for individuals with behaviors. The residents in this home love going on car rides, shopping, and going to action city

Home 2

Home 2 is a licensed 4-bedroom, category 3 AFH, that serves alcohol/drug dependent, correctional clients, developmentally disabled, emotionally disturbed/mental, terminally ill, and traumatic brain injury. This home’s staff are very caring and help their residents with many different daily tasks so they can live their best lives. This home stays regularly active in the community. Their favorite activities are fishing, going to baseball games, and bowling. 

Home 3

Home 3 is a licensed 4-bedroom, category 5 AFH, that serves alcohol/drug dependent, correctional clients, developmentally disabled, emotionally disturbed/mental, and traumatic brain injury. The residents in this home are highly independent with their daily living skills but need help staying on the right track to gain more independence. The staff excels in de-escalating behaviors and handling other typical resident issues. Our residents enjoy going to the YMCA to swim, play basketball, and going to watch the newest movies at the local theatre. They also enjoy going on bike rides as a house together to stay active. The home is unique due to the strong supports to bridge the residents into future potential independence. 

Home 5

Home 5 is a licensed 4-bedroom, category 5 AFH, that serves clients that are alcohol/drug dependent, correctional clients, developmentally disabled, emotionally disturbed/mental, and traumatic brain injury.  All caregivers are trained to work closely with residents, facilitate their success, and help them reach their full potential in all aspects of life. We take trips into the community regularly and encourage social interaction to help build important life skills. We are also unique in that this building is run by an all-male staff. As a team, we strive to provide top-notch care and support that is unparalleled by anyone else in the industry. 

Home 6

Home 6 is a licensed 4-bedroom, category 3 AFH, that serves alcohol/drug dependent, correctional clients, developmentally disabled, emotionally disturbed/mental, terminally ill, and traumatic brain injury.

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