Daybreak has been in business for almost 40 years. Daybreak offers a full array of home and community-based services (HCS) including residential group homes, host home/companion care, ICF homes, and supported home living. Daybreak also operates several day habilitation sites around the state.
Daybreak was founded on a commitment to provide innovative supports and community-based services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This commitment guides us each day. We provide a supportive environment in which each individual may make and achieve goals while experiencing community life at its fullest.
Our roots in the community go back to 1978 with the opening of the Lancaster Residential Center, an intermediate care facility for individuals with developmental disabilities (ICF/ID). In the late 80’s and 90’s, seven additional ICF/ID homes were opened in Dallas County. Lancaster Residential Center voluntarily downsized in 2010 to enable the individuals there to live in smaller, group home settings.
Daybreak Community Services, Inc. was founded in 1997 to provide an array of Home and Community-based (HCS Medicaid-funded waiver) services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Daybreak has continued to expand services throughout Texas during the last two decades.
Now, as part of the Caregiver, Inc. family of care services, Daybreak operates HCS waiver homes and ICF/ID group homes, as well as services in individual homes, host home settings, and day habilitation sites.