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About InBetween Living Rehabilitation Center
InBetween Living Rehabilitation Center (IBL) is a 501(c)(3) organization for individuals with more than one disability. Inbetween Living raises awareness about individuals who have autism as well as other significant disabilities.
IBL Rehabilitation Center Housing provides 24-hour care, resource access, and support to create a permanent sense of well-being.
The support they provide includes taking care of each adult’s therapeutic counseling, emotional needs, and physical health, providing nourishing meals and recreational activities. InBetween Living Rehabilitation (IBL) Center provides 20 beds CO-ED ages 18 and up in a highly structured environment with 24-hour therapeutic support. IBL Rehabilitation Center focuses on a minimum 90-day residential program stay, that aims to provide stable treatments.
Rent is $700 per person.
Application fee is $50 per person.
Deposit is $350.
Application, Deposit, and first months rent are due before move-in.
No Pets are allowed.
Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.
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