WMRC provides a variety of living environments that can substitute the user’s natural family when necessary. The choice of environment depends on the level of intervention required.
The main types of residential services are as follows:
Residential service in a substitute living environment
Foster family for children
Family-type resource (FTR) for adults
- These high-quality substitute natural living environments are community-integrated and adapted to the needs of the person. The placement of children is generally temporary.
Specialized residential service in a substitute living environment
Intermediate resource (IR)
- These specialized, adapted residential environments are for users requiring a sustained and permanent intervention.
Specialized residential environment
- WMRC offers continuously staff-supported living environments set up to intervene in an intensive manner with the person, in order to stabilize him/her and eventually return him/her to the most natural living environment possible.