We appreciate your interest in Covenant Care. We are a community-based program for people with developmental disabilities. We support the physical, emotional and social well being of the clients through a wide range of programs that are tailored to each individual’s ability and potential.
The BPEY complex at Rincon provides day program services for adults (18 years and older) with developmental disabilities.
Our admissions process has several steps which are outlined below.
1. Initial Inquiry
After reviewing our web site, please contact us by phone or email with a brief description of your needs and the programs and services you may require.
Complete the form below to send an email to Admissions.
2. Tour & Intake Form
After discussing your needs with us, if you feel Covenant Care can provide the programs and services the applicant requires, please contact us to make arrangements to schedule a tour of Residential facilities. During your tour you will learn about our history and our plans for the future.
At the conclusion of the tour, you may have the opportunity to meet with our Executive Director or another staff person so you may ask questions pertaining to your specific situation.
If you determine that Covenant Care has the programs and services to suit your needs, complete an intake/referral form.
Our Admissions Committee will conduct a complete review of the information you provide. Depending upon current placement availability, you will be notified as soon as possible if the applicant is being placed on an interest list or if a place in the appropriate program(s) is currently open.
(Please note it is not necessary to tour our facilities in order to be placed on our interest list for any of our programs. You may choose to submit a completed intake/referral form to be placed on an interest list and schedule a tour at a later date.)
3. Admissions Packet & Interview
When it is anticipated a place will be opening up in the appropriate program(s), the Admissions Committee will schedule a convenient time for the applicant, parent(s), guardian(s), and any other interested parties to meet with our staff in order to discuss the specific need of the applicant and family. Several weeks prior to this meeting, you will be asked to complete an Intake and Evaluation package.
4. Admissions Committee Recommendation
The Admissions Committee will notify you of their recommendation. It is possible that the Admissions Committee may determine that further evaluation may be needed prior to making a decision regarding admission of a candidate.
If the candidate is accepted, the staff will schedule a meeting with the family in order to complete the final enrollment paperwork. The staff, family and support team will develop an individualized plan for the candidate. Long-term goals and plans will be delineated at this time.
We have the facilities, skilled staff and proven methods to provide loving care for people with various disabilities, including the following:
- Cognitive disabilities
- Cerebral Palsy
- Down Syndrome