The Mary and Charles Oshinsky Apartment Program
Also Known As: OAP
OAP currently serves residents with learning disabilities, mild mental retardation and mental illness (schizophrenia). Secondary and tertiary disabilities include cerebral palsy, Down Syndrome, autism, seizure disorder, muscular dystrophy, head injury and dual diagnosis (developmental disability and mental illness). Ages of residents range from the early 20's through late 60's. Some residents have valid driver's licenses. Nearly all others access public transportation independently. Two thirds of the OAP residents are competitively employed; several participate in supported employment or regular volunteer work and several are currently unemployed.
Jewish Foundation for Group Homes
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Intake and Eligibility:
JFGH serves men and women over the age of 18, have there own apartment/condo, and have a developmental disabilities or chronic mental illness who can live independently but can benefit from drop-in support.
- Montgomery County
LocationsJewish Foundation for Group Homes
1500 East Jefferson Street
Rockville, MD 20852