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Housing Services


Health Horizon Homes are built to cater to the needs of our clients.  Horizon Homes provide personalized care and are staffed with caring experts in home-health, rehabilitation and special needs services.  

Located at the Horizon Wellness Center at Landover, our on-site pharmacy is available to all Horizon clients and employees. Centrally located, Genoa Pharmacy also delivers prescriptions to other Horizon sites. Operating hours are Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Criteria for Admission: You must either be a Horizon staff member or client to enjoy the benefits of this pharmacy.
Horizon’s Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF) provide housing for adults with intellectual disabilities that require moderate to high medical and/ or behavioral support. Intermediate Care Facilities are specifically designed to meet the needs of our clients and to celebrate and support the independence of its residents. Adults 18 years and older with a primary diagnosis of an intellectual disability are eligible for this type of housing. Adults that have a dual diagnosis of mental illness and intellectual disability can also be served through this program.

As with all of our housing for adults with disabilities, the primary goal of an ICF is to help residents live as independently as possible. Our homes provide the support services our clients need. Our clinicians, in partnership with the client, his family and his interdisciplinary team, work to create a supportive environment that is comfortable, familiar and feels like home.

One of the major differences between Group Homes and ICFs are the medical professionals on the interdisciplinary team for ICF homes. Each ICF resident has an interdisciplinary team that consists of a legal guardian or authorized representative and a qualified intellectual disability professional (QIDP), direct support staff, physician, social worker, registered nurse, licensed professional nurses, occupational therapist, speech therapist, nutritionist, physical therapist, recreational therapist and psychologist. They determine the necessary support and treatment that the client needs and makes sure the client is as actively involved in the decision making process as possible. The QIDP takes the lead by coordinating and monitoring treatment while linking the client to services he needs.

Criteria for Admission:
In order to qualify a person must be 18 years old and have a primary diagnosis of intellectually disabled. The person must also have Medicaid. All prospective residents must be assessed to determine if they can live safely in a less restrictive setting.
Horizon’s group homes give adults with the primary diagnosis of intellectual disability the freedom to be themselves while providing them with round-the-clock care. We want our clients to live their lives to the fullest so we encourage personal growth and independence by offering the least restrictive setting possible. Adults that have a dual diagnosis of mental illness and intellectual disability can also be served in our programs.

Horizon’s support coordinators work with each of our residents to create an individualized plan that lays out the person’s needs and choices. For example, every client gets to decorate their room in their own unique style, but the room is also designed to accommodate their physical needs. Our staff encourages each resident to become a part of the community by providing him with a choice of daily activities outside the home. The care your loved one receives in one of our group homes promotes their health, self-worth, and family/ community involvement.

Criteria for Admission: The client must be over 18 and have a primary diagnosis of intellectual disability. All prospective residents shall have obtained a Medicaid waiver allocation for residential services and will be assessed to determine if they can live safely in a less restrictive setting.
Just like in a medical doctor’s office, our nurses complete a mental health assessment if someone is receiving psychiatric services. They provide gentle and nurturing care for each patient. Our nurses educate adults, children, and their families about prescribed medications, nutrition, exercise and other health support. If you leave the office and have questions later, do not hesitate to call. Our nurses are always willing to answer what they can over the phone.

Our nursing screenings are available to all clients and include:


 Body Mass Index (BMI)
 Height and weight graphs


 Nutrition counseling
 Cholesterol checks
 Blood pressure screenings

Criteria for Admission: Horizon clients that have been directed by our specialty clinics and teams.