Residential services are provided to individuals with the other dual diagnoses in the community in 4 person Group homes, 2 to 3 persons ALUs, in community homes through personal supports, and in families through family and individual supports. GH and ALU provide 24-hour staff supervised services in a structured environment. Whereas in shared homes or family homes, there is limited number of staff supervision and individuals learn to be relatively independent with family and community supports. In the 4 persons or 3 persons licensed homes, individuals live in the safe and structured setting where they receive individualized on site services. Services include besides supervision, behavioral supports, health care, mental health services including psychiatry, psychaitric rehabilitation program services,and medication monitoring provided by mental health professional, nursing services and dental care. Additional services include: • Clinical therapies provided by professional staff • one-to-one staff supervision whenever needed • 24/7 staff supervision of living environment including awake overnight staff supervision, dining and day habilitation program activities • Skills training, day habilitation and vocational/ employment services • Community-based and non-site based services such as Community Learning Services, Supported Employment Discovery & Customization. • A wide variety of highly specialized, quality-controlled diets • Religious services for different faiths. Services also include transportation to day activities, leisure activities, medical appointments and pleasure trips. Individuals maintain connections with their families and natural support systems, as well as planned activities, such as shopping, groceries, dining out, going to movies and other recreational and leisure activities in their local communities.