In-Home Support services provide an individual in a supported living situation with 8 to 24 hour a day assistance. Support staff may live in the individual's home or apartment and share living expenses (rent, utilities, phone, etc.) with the individual. Support staff members provide companionship and personal care, and may assist with or perform activities of daily living and other duties necessary to maintain the individual in supported living. In-Home Support services are separate and not a replacement for the services performed by a supported living coach. Some individuals in supported living may need only the services of an In-Home Support staff, or only the services of a Supported Living Coach. Other individuals may need both services.