The Power of Choice
Where a person lives is central to who they are, and we strive to provide the people we serve with choices–from the community they wish to build a life in to the house they want to call home. That’s why in addition to our Host Homes, we also offer group homes settings.
Host Home Program
In our Host Home program, adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities live in the community of their choice in the private family home of their dedicated Host Home providers who we call Mentors. We call them Mentors because they are more than caregivers–they are teachers, advocates, and friends.
People in our Host Home program are able to participate to the best of their abilities in everyday activities of home and family life. They can learn new skills, discover new hobbies, and explore their community–all while receiving the supports they need. With round-the-clock guidance from our expert team, Mentors provide the individuals we serve with:
- 24-hour home-based monitoring
- Medication management oversight
- Community integration/structured activities
- Life skills development
- Activities of daily living management
- 24/7 on-call support from our team of experts
Our Host Home program’s innovative approach gives the adults we serve an invaluable sense of home, community and family, giving them the chance to live life to the fullest every day.
It’s All about Relationships
Once a Mentor is ready to welcome an individual into their home, we seek the best match possible by considering the needs and preferences of both the Mentor and the individual, helping to ensure the placement evolves into a long and enriching relationship.
A Community Solution
The Host Home model’s innovative design is extremely flexible and offers highly personalized support. For the individuals and their families, our Host Home program provides invaluable peace of mind. For the payors supporting them, it represents a reliable, affordable, and quality-focused solution that eliminates the need for capital expenses and the worry of ensuring continuity of direct care staff.
Become a Mentor
You can change the life of an individual with intellectual and developmental disabilities for the better by becoming a Mentor. When you become a Mentor, you will receive 24/7 support from our experienced team of professionals, skill development opportunities and the reward of making a difference in someone’s life. Be a Mentor!