Trinity Services offers living options to people with developmental disabilities and mental illness in Peoria County in Central Illinois. Group homes (also referred to as community-integrated living arrangements, or CILAs) and opportunities for shared living arrangements are available.


Each community-integrated living arrangement (CILA) is staffed by Trinity’s dedicated independent living coaches (ILCs), who help people complete daily tasks like dressing, cooking and cleaning, and work to assist people in achieving their goals and fully participating in community life. Depending on people’s needs, support is offered on an intermittent, as-needed basis, or 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

To take a virtual tour of a CILA, click here.

Shared Living

Trinity Services’ Shared Living Program provides people with developmental disabilities the opportunity to live with individuals or families who are interested in sharing their homes and lives.

Trinity Services contracts with an individual or family who is responsible for providing direct support for up to two people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. The household may consist of up to six people including the two people with disabilities. The services provided vary based on the level and type of support and care needed by the individuals with disabilities.

For more information about Shared Living, including opportunities to share your home with people with disabilities, contact Coordinator of Shared Living Services Melanie Lowe at 815-485-8146 or

Everyone who receives residential support at Trinity can participate in Trinity’s community day service, supported employment, health and well-being, or therapeutic programs, depending on their needs. All activities are part of an environment that promotes learning, and encourages people to explore their interests and reach for their goals.