Residential Services

OVRS Clients Like The Choices We Offer

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Our clients have privacy as well as freedom to decorate.


We’re proud of the many alternatives we provide. About 40 people with developmental disabilities choose to share a home with other individuals and live in eight houses that we own and operate in neighborhoods across Hamilton County. Each client has a private bedroom because we believe privacy is important.


Our innovative apartment buildings differentiate us from other organizations that care for people with developmental disabilities. More than 70 clients choose to live in one of our 13 small apartment buildings, where each has a full apartment with a kitchen that most share with a roommate. Some choose this option because they have even more independence than they would in a traditional home.

OVRS Must Adhere to State Regulations

All OVRS residences are licensed by the State of Ohio. Licensing requires OVRS to adhere to rules and regulations enforced by the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities.  The rules focus on the condition of the residences as well as accountability for our clients’ personal funds, possessions, and overall client satisfaction.