Residential Services

We offer a range of residential services for people with disabilities. They can live in a home that feels like their own, be part of their community, and learn life skills.

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About Residential Services

At Ray Graham Association (RGA), we cater to your loved one’s unique needs and goals. They may like the idea of a community-based home or prefer an apartment with friends. Either way, they deserve a home that feels like their own. We’re proud that over 100 people live in our 25+ community-based homes. If your loved one has mobility needs, we also have homes that are accessible. They’ll have around-the-clock support from trained staff, ensuring their health, safety, and well-being.

As a part of the RGA community, your loved one will have opportunities to pursue their dreams, passions, and priorities. Whether finding their dream job, volunteering in the community, or learning new life skills, they’ll have more control over their life. You can be confident that they’re in good hands: your loved one is our loved one.


  • Independent Living: Your loved one can make their own choices in a safe and supportive environment. They’ll also be more confident as they develop important life skills. 
  • Making Connections: They can meet new people and make friends. They’ll also be happier because they have found a place to belong.
  • Resources at Their Fingertips: They can access transportation, community centers, and job training. Our resources will help them achieve their goals.

About Ray Graham Association

We’re dedicated to providing the best care and support for your loved one and your family. We aim to meet each person’s unique needs, goals, and dreams while improving their quality of life. We serve nearly 2,000 people with disabilities and employ about 300 team members, empowering them to reach, grow, and achieve.


If you want to learn more about Ray Graham Association services, you can email or call (630) 620-2222.


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