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All Capable Adults Deserve to Live Independently

Together, we can give the opportunity to achieve independence to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) who have mild cognitive differences.

Change Lives
Improve Community
Raise the Bar

How to Help in a Practical Way

If you’re looking for ways to help Homes Giving Hope this season in a practical and tangible way, take a look at our Amazon Wishlist. From there, you can select specific things to buy to help our homes function better and increase opportunities for independence.

There are no options

  • Adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) are living isolated lives.
  • Parents struggle to plan for their future as they age and are still caring for their adult child.
  • It’s wrong that this population isn’t given the same opportunities as their peers.

Together,  We Can Change Lives

Disrupt a Broken System

Our current system is broken leaving many individuals stuck between living as a misfit in a group home and isolated in their parents home.

Give a Future

Everyone deserves the opportunity to live independently, gain confidence in their abilities, and live with their peers.

Improve the Community

We seek to improve each community we establish homes. We ask each resident to hold a job or volunteer in the community thus developing a sense of responsibility.

How it Works

Donate Today

Whether you choose to donate one time or set up a recurring donation, your generosity makes a difference for our residents and their families.

Homes Are Built

Our goal is to continue to build homes. The demand is high and we have a waitlist for our next home for men.

Independence Achieved

As homes are built, our residents move in, meet their peers, and begin to establish an independent life. Gaining confidence and integrity, their lives are greatly improved.

This is how you can change lives.

“Our daughters life has improved greatly since moving to Homes Giving Hope. Living with peers and a resident assistant has given her opportunities to learn new skills and develop relationships. She refers to Homes Giving Hope as her home and takes pride in it. Her confidence has greatly improved. She enjoys living on her own like her siblings. Our family relationships have improved as well. Our daughter is much happier and is engaging in a life she always hoped for. We couldn’t be more pleased.”
-Christine & Brendan O.

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5 Steps to Prepare for Independent Living

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