About Full Circle Care


Mission, Vision and Values


Full Circle Care provides quality, personalized supports that allow individuals with different abilities to thrive in their environments. 


Full Circle Care is the reference point for providing the highest quality personalized supports to individuals with different abilities. 


Respect for each other; dignity of those we serve; safety for consumers and personnel; celebration of uniqueness; and creativity of each person. 


CARF Accreditation

CARF accreditation is a public seal of trust and commitment to quality based on internationally accepted standards. Achieving this accreditation demonstrates Full Circle Care's commitment to exceptional, personalized care. An organization receiving the highest level of CARF accreditation has undergone a detailed peer review process and has demonstrated to a team of surveyors, during an on-site visit, its commitment to providing programs and services of the highest quality. For more information on CARF, visit www.carf.org.  


Services Provided

Community Living Supports

Community Living Supports (CLS) are medically necessary supports and services used to increase or maintain personal self-sufficiency to facilitate an individual's achievement of his/her greatest potential and goals of community inclusion and participation, independence or productivity when identified in the individual plan of service as one or more goals developed during person-centered planning. 

Home Help Services

This service is designed to meet the needs of adults living in the community receiving supports funded by the Department of Human Services (DHS) of the county in which the individual lives. Upon completion of an assessment of in-home skills and abilities, the DHS may approve funding for a certain amount of time monthly that an individual with a disability would need help with completing in-home related chores and tasks. The areas assessed include bathing, grooming, dressing, transferring, medication, housework, laundry, meal prep, range of motion, toileting, and eating.