Adult Services

Futures Adult Services is proud to provide choices, opportunities and flexible options for adults with disabilities

Each individual is matched with a highly qualified and caring professional who assists them in establishing a life in their own community with a job, activities, friends and a place to call home. A qualified provider for CT Department of Developmental Services (CTDDS), CT Department of Social Services (CTDSS) and CT Bureau of Rehabilitation Services (CTBRS).

Vocation & Employment

Activities & Recreation

Family, Friends & Support

Services include transitional support, vocational assessment and job placement, competitive employment, independent living, clinical support, social skills training and recreation opportunities, family support, respite, and multi-cultural and bilingual services.

Adult Services FAQs

Do you provide group services (DSO, GSE)?

No, Futures specializes in providing 1:1 (or 2:1) services to those with intellectual disabilities and individuals with a TBI.

Where does everyone go all day? 

We have offices that our consumers utilize throughout the day in Colchester, New London and Middletown.  Our program is community based so most of our consumers are served in their community.

Who pays for your services?

Our funding comes from DDS, the ABI Waiver, DORS (BRS & BESB) and there are some families that chose to pay for our services privately.

Can my health insurance pay for services? Do you bill insurance companies?

No, we do not participate in billing insurance companies.

Do you provide transportation?

Transportation throughout the day is included in our services, but we do not just provide transportation.  The transportation that we provide needs to be included within our programming.

Adult Services • Locations