For questions about admission, the ID/DD Waiver Program, the 1915i State Plan, or to schedule a tour, please contact our Executive Director Bill McCormack at 601-856-3200, ext. 224 or our Director of Community Services Sarah Stowers at 601-856-3200, ext. 241.

Supervised Living

Supervised Living is a Community Living Program that promotes independence and the development of socially valued behavior. Staff is on site and awake 24/7 to assist residents with daily living skills, planning and preparing meals, transportation, recreation, shopping, and more. Services are provided in an apartment or house setting owned or leased by SON Valley.

Supported Living

Supported Living is a Community Living Program that affords the residents more independence. Staff is not present 24/7 but checks in to ensure all needs are met. Staff also provides transportation when needed. Services are provided in an apartment or house setting owned or leased by the individuals.

Community Center

The SON Valley Community Center offers services to individuals with a wide range of abilities and needs.

Prevocational Services focus on job skills and preparedness.

Day Services Adult and Day Habilitation allows individuals the opportunity to socialize with peers and participate in community outings.

Home and Community Supports

This program allows a trained staff member to come to an individual’s home to work on goals identified by the individual and his/her family, such as daily living skills, hygiene, community outings, and meal prep/feeding assistance.

Intermediate Care Facility

SON Valley operates the only private, Christian, Intermediate Care Facility Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (ICFIDD) in the state of Mississippi.  There we have two group homes located on 80 acres of donated land in Madison County, just outside of Canton. The two homes have an occupancy of ten residents each for a total of twenty.

We need your help!

SON Valley is a private non-profit organization ministering to the needs of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

According to the IRS, we are a 501 (c) 3 organization so any and all gifts are tax deductible.

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