Mission: Options for Community Living, Inc. is committed to assisting individuals and families in need to develop their fullest potential for independent living. Residential and support services prepare participants for the demands and responsibilities of community life and promote ...
Options for Community Living, Inc. is committed to helping Long Island’s neediest families and individuals live healthier, more stable and productive lives.
In 1982 Options was established to respond to the need for supportive housing for people with serious mental illness. The Mental Health Residential Program grew rapidly, and in 1994 Options began providing case management services and housing to Long Islanders living with HIV/AIDS. More recently, Options has partnered with Long Island Health Homes to offer care coordination services to high need Medicaid users with chronic illnesses through the Access to Care Program.
Today, Options serves over 1500 adults and children annually through its programs and manages over 150 housing sites scattered across Long Island.
Options has been accredited, with commendations, by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), since 2000. This accreditation signifies Options’ commitment to quality, value, and optimal outcomes in the delivery of services.
Options prides itself on maintaining a professional staff, committed to enriching the lives of our program participants. The majority of our employees work directly with individuals and families, in partnership with other professionals, to improve health, stability, and independence. We have both full and part time employment opportunities. We offer competitive salaries and excellent benefits. Options is an equal opportunity employer.
I have been working at Options for Community Living full-time
Love my job and my team, clients are great
Not able to help everyone
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Options for Community Living.
Submit application, get called immediately because there are always people quitting. Easy interview, TB test, fingerprinting, background check. Unless you are a complete slob or career criminal you should get the job.