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To improve the lives of individuals with disabilities in our community.

Fully licensed DMAS/DBHDS Group Home Residential, Sponsored Residential, and Community Engagement provider for adults.

View open positions and fill out an application to become a part of our team at Sunny Haven.


Are you looking for a safe and supportive home environment for someone you love?

At Sunny Haven Residential Services, we believe all individuals should have the right to do things they love while at home and in the community.


Our Community Engagement Program is designed to help our residents get back out into the community and start participating in activities they enjoy. We provide personalized care, medication management, skills development while also providing 24-hour emergency coverage so you can rest assured that your loved one is safe and taken care of. 


We want all of our residents to feel empowered by experiencing new things and having fun doing them! Whether it's bowling, baseball games or a movie night, we ensure your family members will be living their best lives with us at Sunny Haven Residential Services. 


Contact us now for more information about how Sunny Haven Residential Services can give those special people in your life the support and attention they need!

The population served shall include individuals eighteen (18) years of age or older with developmental disabilities and major functional skill deficits. Developmental disabilities include  Intellectual Disability, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, ADHD, Cerebral palsy, Epilepsy, and other conditions that occur during the developmental years, which are expected to be life-long and require the same types of intervention and support as intellectual disability.

Sphere on Spiral Stairs

“We rise to great heights by a winding staircase of small steps.”

- Francis Bacon

Our Goal:

Support each person we serve as a member of our family and to foster self-assurance among those who seek it most.

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