Welcome to Community Living Services, Inc.

We have been providing supports and services for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities for decades. Our Supports Coordinators are on the front lines every day, accessing resources in communities, helping find employment and volunteer opportunities and working toward a future of independence and freedom for those that we serve.

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Mission and Vision

Mission and Vision To assist and advocate for each person to have supports they want and need. To exercise control and authority over their own lives. To live a life of freedom, opportunity and relationships as family, friends and...

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Self-Determination CLS strongly believes in and adheres to the 5 Principles of Self-Determination: Freedom, Authority, Support, Responsibility and Confirmation. The SC is the primary contact for the person receiving services from...

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Support at Home

Support at Home Gets Rave Reviews Through personal stories, seniors, veterans and people with physical, intellectual and developmental disabilities discuss the positive impact that community based support has made in their lives. The video also...

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We are funded by some great names

CLS has been funded by a number of entities. We thank them for helping us to serve people better.

Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority Logo
Oakland County Community Mental Health Logo
 Macomb County Community Mental Health logo
Network180 - Lives Redirected

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Latest News

Join CLS In Lansing! Join CLS In Lansing! Join CLS In Lansing! - Join your CLS family as we take a bus to Lansing for the Walk a Mile in My Shoes Rally. Bus is available to the first 50 riders. Riders must be receiving services from CLS; a parent/guardian/support staff for someone who does; or be a CLS Employee. Contact PR... More detail
CLS Couple Still Going Strong After 21 Years CLS Couple Still Going Strong After 21 Years : CLS Couple Still Going Strong After 21 Years - John and Gloria Toppi celebrate their 21st Anniversary this year. The happy couple is still proving that regardless of challenges in front of them, love still prevails. View Full Article More detail
2019 Autism Conference: Sign Up Now! 2019 Autism Conference: Sign Up Now! 2019 Autism Conference: Sign Up Now! - oin DWMHA and DHHS for a full day of presentations, roundtables, and breakout sessions. Keynote by Pediatric Neuropsychologist, Kara Brooklier, Ph.D. More detail

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Peer Mentors

An emerging segment of the Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority peer workforce

Just Like You

Disability awareness anti-stigma video

Mission, Vision and Self-Determination Principles