Supported Community Living
Fast-Trans provides outreach supported community living to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain injuries, and chronic mental illness, who are living independently in the community. Our staff work one-on-one with clients towards their daily living goals. We work with our clients to provide service while maintaining dignity and respect. It is our mission to ensure all our clients reach their goals and are active participants in the community.
Daily Living Skills
Medication setup and follow through, communication with providers, and follow through on doctors recommendations.
Utilizing public transportation, community resources, understanding human rights.
Cleaning, organizing, paying bills, grocery shopping, eating, understanding nutrition, laundry.
Leisure time interests and skills, development of communication, advocacy, social interactions.
Development of safety plans, emergency preparedness, and community safety and awareness.
Our Direct Support Staff
Assist clients with developing coping skills, identifying patterns of behavior, and self-management skills.
Advance clients' decision-making, productivity, and participation in a range of activities.
Works collaboratively with the client to sustain their physical, mental, and emotional health.
Provides clients with encouragement and guidance as needed.
Assists clients with accessing and utilizing community resources and natural supports.
Builds a respectful and trusting relationship with the clients.
IOWA MH/DS of East Central Region
Interested in becoming a Fast-Trans client?
4403 1st Ave SE, Suite 300,
Cedar Rapids, IA 52402
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 4:30pm
Saturday and Sunday: Closed