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At Community Based Services (CBS)...

We are dedicated to providing people with autism and other developmental disabilities the best possible quality of life through residential and community-based opportunities. Starting in 1981, Community Based Services has sought to deliver the highest level of residential care for people in Westchester County, NY. Since then, CBS has expanded to include Day Habilitation, Community Habilitation, and Respite services. In all that we do, CBS uses an individualized person-centered approach that delivers services based on the interests, abilities, and changing needs of each person in our care.

CORPORATE COMPLIANCE HOTLINE: 

(914) 277-4771 ext 110 

CBS has established a confidential hotline to report suspected or witnessed violations in ethical practices or conduct.

Adopt a U.S. Soldier

Adopt a U.S. Soldier is a non-profit organization that seeks volunteers and donors to help show the brave men and women fighting for our freedom that their sacrifice will not go unnoticed. "Click" here to see how our Day Habilitation program is participating.

We’d like you to get to know the world of Community Based Services — a world focused on giving those with developmental disabilities the things that everyone wants, needs, and deserves.

We'd love to hear from you! ONLINE FEEDBACK FORM | PDF FEEDBACK FORM.



Hear what other families have to say.

"Our son Owen has been living happily in an IRA at CBS for 22 years now. He receives the extra supervision and care that he needs to lead a satisfying life. He has great affection for all the staff who are truly special people, caring, warm, and patient. It gives us great peace of mind to see him so content and well cared for. Thank you CBS for your dedicated service."

- Tom and Rosaleen C.

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Program Openings

Community Based Services, Inc. will be expanding to answer state and local need for services to people with autism and other developmental disabilities. Should someone in your care require our assistance, please call the Director of Clinical Services, Chris Laubis, at 914-277-4771, extension 114.

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