​About the Horizon Warren Home

Located just outside Lynchburg, Horizon Warren Home is named for Pete Warren, a long-time supporter of Horizon and its mission. This is one of a pair of four bedroom homes built on the property in 2014. The other, Horizon Bowyer Home, was named for Lula Bowyer - a dynamic woman and long-time supporter of Horizon's Intermediate Care Facilities and it's residents.

As one of seven ICFs located throughout Central Virginia, the Bowyer home provides each resident an opportunity to be involved in active treatment to enhance their functional skills while creating an environment where they thrive in everyday life.

Each resident has an interdisciplinary care plan that is developed for their specific needs in order for them to fully thrive and immerse themselves in the community they live. The care one receives in the Intermediate Care Facility promotes health, self-worth, and family/ community involvement in the least restrictive setting.

Horizon's ICFs also support individuals with a variety of medical and behavioral needs. Care is provided by qualified staff, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Horizon has been providing these services to the communities around Central Virginia for more than 30 years.

Criteria for Admission: The client must be over 18 years of age and have a primary diagnosis of intellectual disability. Adults that have a dual diagnosis of mental illness and intellectual disability can also be served in our programs. All prospective residents are assessed by the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services to meet the criteria for an ICF program. Horizon's Admissions team will also conduct a review to determine eligibility.

Individuals interested in enrollment for services provided through our Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF) or for questions concerning availability, please call the Horizon Admissions Department at (434)-477-5000. To learn more about specific services provided at this location, please click the link below.