Chattanooga Office

Cookeville Office

Maryville Office

Nashville Office

Tennessee State Leadership

Meika McClendon – State Director
Svetlana Repic-Qira – Executive Vice President
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Services Offered:

  • Residential Services
  • Residential Placement
  • Personal Assistance
  • Respite
  • 24-hour Supervised Home Support
  • Part-time Home Support
  • Social Recreation Services
  • Community Based Day Program Services
  • In-Home Day Supports
  • Community Integration
  • Independent Living Skills
  • Employment Services
  • Supported Employment Services
  • Vocational Supports
  • Pre-vocational Training Advocacy
  • Supported Living
  • Family Model
  • Community Based Day Habilitation

Staff meet with the individual and their family to ensure that each individual’s plan is person-centered, incorporating the person’s preferences accordingly.

Housing services are designed to assist people with disabilities moving from nursing homes and state institutions, or who are living with family members and are on waiting lists for community placement, to find housing in the community. Community Options also provides supports for people living at home with their families or residing in their own homes.

Employment services focus on individual competitive jobs, community volunteer placements and employment opportunities in a variety of entrepreneurial businesses. Community Options provides the evaluations, support and follow-up required to assist individuals with pursuing employment, taking into consideration the specific needs of each individual.

Funded by the Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, United Healthcare, Amerigroup, BlueCare Tennessee, Department of Vocational Rehabilitation.