All properties are barrier-free and designed to accommodate the physical needs of those who reside there. VALLEYLIFE housing is licensed by the Arizona Department of Health Programs (AZDHS) and is monitored by the Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD). Our homes are staffed 24/7 with professional, highly trained employees who support the.
The Special Needs division was developed to enable the agency to address the housing needs of populations that require a more comprehensive approach to housing stability beyond basic affordable housing opportunities.
Our Day Treatment for Adults (DTA) program, funded by DDD, is filled with activities to increase the quality of life for participants as well as develop independent living skills. Each individual has personal goals that are created by the Individual Service Plan team and ARCH staff works with each participant to reach these goals.
ADOH may be able to assist you or provide referral to other professionals in the following areas: Persons with Physical Disabilities. People with Alzheimer's Disease.
Ongoing Programs. Parent Connect 1st Sunday of Each Month | 10:45am | Office Conference Room This group is a time for parents and caregivers of individuals with special needs to come together and share the joys and challenges of the special needs journey. This group is facilitated by Dan and Monica Cluff, parents of an adult son with special needs.