Marion County Horizon Center (MCHC) was started in 1976 and operated an 82-bed ICF-dd facility in Salem, Illinois for ten years. Subsequently, it began to develop and operate some of the initial 16-bed homes throughout Southern Illinois. In 2013, we began transitioning into CILA services focusing on small communities. Today, MCHC is striving to develop homes where all individuals that we serve have access to community living and individual bedrooms.
Health Care Management Corporation (HCMC) was started in 1973 and served as a management company until ultimately developing 16-bed facilities in Southern and Central Illinois. Health Care has been serving individuals with developmental disabilities for over forty years.
Community Integrated Living Arrangements (CILA’s) are 1-8 person residential homes for adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. We offer 24-hour residential care for consumers that is paid for by a combination of State and Federal funding mechanisms. We believe that the individuals that we serve should have the opportunity to experience what would be considered a normal life. Both of our agencies aid in meeting the needs of individuals and fostering the maximum level of independence for each person that we serve. Our operations and locations facilitate substantial community involvement and we strive to be indistinguishable from a “regular” home. Community interactions and activities such as volunteering, attending local sporting events, dining at local restaurants, participating in local events, attending church,ect.