Group Homes

Abrio Living Homes

Serving the greater Phoenix area, each Abrio Living Home features a family-style living arrangement that provides support, stability, and companionship for each resident.

Our compassionate care team helps each individual find a sense of purpose and connection with others in a safe and friendly home environment. 

Each Abrio Living Home features:

  • Familiar and comfortable single-family living in residential neighborhoods
  • Tasteful décor
  • Accessibility
  • Three to four private bedrooms and two to three bathrooms
  • A safe and stable environment designed to help each resident thrive and grow

Each Abrio Living Home is staffed with compassionate and highly trained professionals who are dedicated to providing the highest level of assistance and support.

Our team helps to nurture and enrich the lives of each individual we serve by:

  • Supporting residents 24 hours per day to meet a variety of goals and needs.
  • Fostering a family-style environment that provides ongoing support, stability, and companionship.
  • Treating each person as an extension of our Abrio Living family deserving of dignity and respect.
  • Getting to know each person as an individual and helping them find connection with their own sense of purpose.
  • Empowering residents to set and achieve individualized goals that can lead to a more independent and fulfilling life.
  • Believing in the potential of each individual and celebrating progress and success in all accomplishments.
  • Assisting with or providing prompts for tasks such as taking medications, preparing meals, housekeeping, or practicing personal care.
  • Advocating for each resident and recognizing possible signs of illness, abuse, or neglect.
  • Keeping track of residents’ medical appointments, progress notes and habilitation goals, and general health and wellness.
  • Promising to ensure the safety, happiness, and well-being of each person in our care.

Group Home Locations

Abrio Living currently operates seven group homes in the Greater Phoenix area.

 Our homes are located in neighborhoods within different communities, each with unique amenities and attractions in Phoenix, Glendale, and Peoria.

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Phoenix is Arizona’s state capital and features historic neighborhoods and a bustling downtown scene that boasts a wide variety of opportunities to enjoy dining, cultural events, performances, athletic events, and much more.

Celebrate creativity in Roosevelt Row, a walkable arts district filled with expressive street art and spectacular art galleries. Take in a game at Chase Field, home to the Arizona Diamondbacks, or Footprint Center, home to the NBA’s Phoenix Suns and the WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury.


Glendale is located to the northwest of Phoenix and features a historic downtown, a variety of entertainment options, including outdoor concerts, casinos, and an array of shopping and dining experiences. Sports lovers will enjoy State Farm Stadium, home of the Arizona Cardinals.


Peoria is a charming city located in the northwest area of Greater Phoenix. Named the “Rose Capital of the World,” Peoria features a variety of parks and a thriving arts and cultural scene. This stunning area features outdoor recreation opportunities at Lake Pleasant, Arizona’s second-largest lake.

Sports fans will enjoy watching the Seattle Mariners and the San Diego Padres play at the Peoria Sports Complex. Peoria is also home to the Cactus League Spring Training each spring.

Please click here for frequently asked questions about who Abrio Living Homes serves.

Frequently Asked Questions

At Abrio Living, we understand that researching residential care options can lead to a number of questions.

We are committed to building a trusting partnership with each family we serve and are available and ready to answer any questions you might have. To help with your initial research, we have compiled the following list of frequently asked questions:

  • Yucca: 43rd Ave/Peoria
  • Nancy: 59th Ave/Greenway
  • Lone Cactus: 35th Ave/Deer Valley
  • Orange: 67th Ave/Camelback
  • Westbrook: 91st Ave/Union Hills
  • Navajo: 59th Ave/Northern
  • Hayward: 43rd Ave/Northern

Yes, members and families can schedule a "meet and greet." This time is for the member to see the home and neighborhood, visit with the team, and spend time with the other members in the home to determine if they would be a good fit as housemates. Home visits can be scheduled for a short period, a full day, and sometimes even for an overnight or weekend visit.

Yes, members and families can schedule a "meet and greet" to spend time with the other members in the home to determine if they would be a good fit as housemates.

Each Abrio Living home will include a bed, dresser, sheets, comforter, towels, and basic hygiene products. Members may bring their own furniture; however, it must be approved prior to move in to ensure it is free from pests and will fit in the bedroom without violating fire codes.

Pets may be allowed under the following conditions:

  • Member has landlord approval.
  • Pet has had all shots and licensing required by law (if applicable).
  • All members in the home agree to the pet.
  • Member has the funds available to care for the pet long term.
  • Member can demonstrate the ability to care for the pet’s daily needs.

Staffing choices or requirements are discussed in the Person-Centered Service Planning (PCSP) meetings. We make every effort to honor member choices regarding staff when possible.

Each home has a dedicated vehicle to transport members. Vehicles are used for daily errands such as grocery shopping, doctors' visits, community outings, and transportation to and from work and / or day programs as needed.

Each month the Program Manager meets with the members to get their input on what types of activities they would like to do, what outings they would like to participate in, and what foods they would like to see on the menu for the upcoming month. Using that information, the Program Manager creates the monthly activity calendar and menu.

Members are taken to their appointments in the agency vehicle, or appointments are via tele-health. All appointments are documented, and information is recorded in the member’s file. Staff complete all follow-up orders and make follow-up appointments as needed.

All members have their own bedroom. Staff honor each member’s right to privacy and confidentiality.

Each month the agency creates a menu based on the choices the members have made. The Program Manager incorporates doctors' instructions, if applicable, and aims to promote healthy eating habits for all members.

Visitors are welcome to visit at the group home, provided they are respectful of other residents of the home. Behavior that disrupts the household will not be tolerated. Late night or overnight visits must be in the member’s bedroom, so they are not disruptive to other members in the household. Visitors in the bedroom must be approved/documented on the Person Centered Support Plan.

Please click here for frequently asked questions about who Abrio Living Homes serves.

We're pleased to serve Arizona families in our group homes in Phoenix, Glendale, and Peoria. To schedule a tour of one of our homes, contact us at 877-712-2746.