About Us


Supporting people to live meaningful lives.

Who We Serve

ASI serves people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, mental illnesses, and traumatic brain injuries. Generally speaking, the term "developmental disabilities" refers to a disability that is attributable to a mental or physical impairment (or a combination of these) that occurs before the age of 22, results in substantial functional limitations several major life activities, and that is likely to continue indefinitely.

Many of the people we serve have a "dual diagnosis" or more than one disability. The most common examples are a mental illness and a substance use disorder, or a mental illness and a developmental disability.

Any disability can range from mild to severe. Most of the people we serve have very significant lifelong disabilities. They often face challenges so severe as to require active supports and services throughout their entire life.

ASI services are designed to support people through all phases of life. Please contact us for more information.