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Compassionate care begins with the right people. The services at Davis Guest Home ensure that our clients have access to thoughtful and attentive staff and professionals, with a common goal of serving the client and executing their service plan together.

Services Provided

On-Site Psychiatric and Medical Care


Each of our clients has dedicated psychiatric treatment and medical care. Clients are seen by their providers regularly, and also as the need for intervention occurs. Having these resources on-site enables our clients to experience less interruption in their day-to-day lives, and to spend more time participating in thoughtfully planned activities and enjoying our beautiful facilities. 

Specialist and Outside Services


Clients with needs that cannot be provided for on-site will be accompanied to appointments by staff in order to maintain their security and assist them in gaining the care that they need.

Programs and Services Offered

Davis Guest Home is dedicated to discovering each resident’s interests and goals, and to assist our residents in achieving these with training opportunities, education, and counseling. Each day, Davis Guest Home provides opportunities for residents to participate in activities or educational opportunities in the following areas: 


  • Money Management and Budgeting Training

  • Public Transportation Access / Utilization

  • Interpersonal and Dyadic Communications Skills

  • Family and Peer Relational Processes

  • Nutrition and Menu Planning / Food Preparation

  • Responsibility Orientation, Cause / Effect Sequences

  • Chemical Dependency and Substance Abuse Awareness


Socialization & Group Interactions

  • Current Events and Cultural Relativity

  • Problem Solving and Life Challenge Bridge

  • Self-Disclosure and Transparency Therapy

  • Healthy Responses to Relational Pain / Trust Development

  • Self-Acceptance Support Group 


Recreation & Entertainment

  • Concerts and Community Events

  • Holiday Celebrations

  • Movies, Games, and Sports

  • Bingo Bonanza

  • Talent Shows and Competitions

  • Pizza and Ice Cream Socials

  • Shopping Trips

  • Birthday Celebrations

  • Live Bands and Dances

Davis Guest Home develops a schedule each month outlining daily routines, training opportunities, client council meetings, orientation time, and daily social and recreational opportunities. In constructing social/recreational and other schedules we attempt to coordinate events and situations to coincide with the Individual Program Plans that are developed for each client in our facility. The client council meetings provide opportunity for clients to influence the choices and types of activities and events that are sponsored or attended by residents.

The following is a partial list of behaviors and symptoms that Davis Guest Home is prepared to address:

  1. Serious, psychiatric impairment: difficulty managing self-care in bathing dressing, grooming, toileting, eating; persistently intrusive behavior requiring significant redirection; serious regression which impedes or prevents program participation.

  2. Sub-acute danger to self; including suicidal ideation.

  3. Gross inactivity.

  4. Basic difficulties in sharing, working out, co-existing in a room with another person.

  5. Exaggerated, loud outbursts in response to perceived injustices.

  6. Problem smoking unauthorized areas.

  7. Borrowing, begging or stealing or inappropriate handling of money or property.

  8. Medication Compliance.

  9. Paranoid perception - which goes unvoiced and sometimes leads to the person acting out of place in the community.

  10. Reversed sleep patterns - up all night, sleeping in the day.

  11. Sexual acting out.

  12. Excessive dependency.


Goals and Outcomes


Davis Guest Home instructs and encourages clients to participate in tasks that promote independent living skills. As a result of residing at Davis Guest Home and participating in our full range of activities we expect each individual will experience an enrichment of life. This may be evidenced in many different ways:


  1. An ability to interact in the community in a socially acceptable manner.

  2. An increased awareness of resources within the community that are available for the resident’s information, recreation, transportation, etc.

  3. The development of personal hygiene, grooming, dressing, and household living skills.

  4. The development and discipline of social interaction skills with family members, staff and other residents.

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