Article provided by: Stonebrook, Inc.It was not so many decades ago that group homes for mentally disabled persons were not very nice places. Today, Stonebrook provides a wonderful home for adults who are intellectually challenged, blind, deaf or otherwise developmentally disabled. Please call 304.267.2763 for further information. We look forward to meeting you and your challenged loved one.
You can feel good about placing you loved one in one of our Stonebrook group homes for mentally disabled adults. We own and operated seven very nice group homes in Berkeley County, in and around the historic Martinsburg, West Virginia region. Each of our privately owned facilities is clean and organized, with plenty of good food and caring companionship for our residents. We cordially invite you and your family to come tour our facility. Please call in advance and let us know when you'd like to come see any of our Stonebrook group homes for mentally disabled adults.
Once your loved one is a resident at Stonebrook, we will do everything we can to make them feel comfortable. Eventually, they will come to think of Stonebrook group homes for mentally disabled as their loving home. We are able to oversee a range of medical conditions and provide special diets when necessary. Friendly staff provide tasty and nutritious meals and snacks, so you never need to worry that your special person is not eating right. We understand a parent's concern for their child, whether that child is a grown adult or still living at home. If you're wondering how to pay for our developmentally disabled group homes, don't worry. The West Virginia Waiver program can pay for your loved one's housing and care. Give us a call so we may arrange a good time for you and your mentally disabled adult child to come see what Stonebrook group homes are all about. We look forward to meeting you. Group Homes For Mentally Disabled