services are provided to FTC residential
group homes, residential independent clients, clients served by other providers, as well as privately funded clients. FTC day program focuses on community integrations, arts and crafts, leisure activities and daily living skills. A true alternative for individuals who do not fit
into a traditional skilled workshop setting.
Residential Independent Living
Residential group home services to developmentally
disabled individuals which involves Housing,Training related to community living and integration, Daily supervision ranging from a few hours to 24 hours per day, Limited medical services, Behavioral/mental health therapy/counseling,Transportation, Behavior Modification and Training.
Futures Through Choices Inc. is a not-for-profit agency providing programs and services for
low-income and/or disadvantaged individuals with a focus on the developmentally disabled within Salt Lake, Davis, Weber, Box Elder and Cache Counties. Futures Through Choices inc. was established in 1995 as an IRS approved 501 (c) (3) charitable not-for-profit corporation. Futures Through Choices inc. under its state approved Articles of Incorporation was established to provide services to low income and/or disadvantaged ( includes physical, mental, behavioral, or emotional disorders) individuals and groups.
Counseling/Therapy services are provided through LCCS by or under the supervision of state licensed professionals. These services are provided to FTC residential group homes, residential independent living, and day program clients. These services are provided
free of charge or on a sliding-fee-scale depending on the client’s ability to pay.
services are provided to developmentally disabled individuals who live independently from a group home setting. These individuals may receive similar services as offered in the residential group home programs but on a far more limited basis.
This is Dan. Dan lives in Ogden and enjoys getting outside. He loves to fish and spends most his summer days on the river or at the pond when he is not working. Dan is also very involved in Special Olympics and enjoys celebrating his victories with his staff and friend Alisa. Great work Dan!