Why Become a Host Home Mentor?
As a host home provider, you’ll give someone with an intellectual or developmental disability a home to grow and thrive in.
A home is made by the people who live there. It’s where we make memories and build lasting relationships. It’s where we learn, grow, and get support during hard times. A home is something we all deserve.
If you’re still wondering what it means to open your home to an individual with intellectual and developmental disabilities, here are a few of the best reasons to get started.
Give someone a home.
Like all of us, adults with disabilities thrive in a home setting. It’s a place where they find comfort, structure, and routine, as well as friendship and family bonds. They also get a little gentle encouragement and a lot of caring. That’s where independence starts.
Change starts with one.
One individual, one life you can make better. Opening your home allows you to help someone in your community thrive. Both your lives will be changed forever because of it.
You’ve got our support.
Opening your home to an individual with disabilities isn’t easy. That’s why we provide an entire team of experienced people to help both of you. We’re here to answer questions and provide a listening ear.
Want to learn more?
If you have questions or would like to start the process of becoming a Mentor, please fill out the form below.