Frequently Asked Questions
To qualify for services, you have to have been determined eligible before the age of 22 years old.
Yes. Keli House provides the following HCBS Waiver services: At Home Residential Services, Hourly Respite, Family Education and Training, and Group Day Habilitation.
No. Keli has does not operate Residential but provides ISS apartment in Westchester County.
For help call: (845) 765-1246 or (845) 765-1247.
For the Hudson Valley DDSO (Westchester and Rockland counties), call (914) 421-0555. Ask for Ken or Marian.
You may either contact one of the Voluntary Agencies, your local county mental health department, the special education department of your child or loved ones’s school or the local DDSO(Developmental Disabilities Services Office). You may also contact Keli House Community Services if you need help with eligibility.
No. Keli House Community Services, Inc. is a Non-Profit Voluntary Agency that provides services for people with Mental retardation and developmental disabilities.
OPWDD stands for the Office of People with Developmental Disabilities.
Keli House Community Services provides the following services: Medicaid Services Coordination (similar to Case Management), Family Education and Training, At Home Residential Habilitation, Hourly Respite, ISS Apartments in Westchester County and Group Day Habilitation at the Fishkill, NY facility.
Eligibility for services is determined by the OMRDD.
Children and adults who are determined eligible to receive OMRDD services.