Adult Foster Home
Providing foster homes for adults with disabilities.
Our clients thrive when they get to experience life in a warm and nurturing family environment.
We empower people to set their own goals and make choices about their lives.
We match clients with loving families where they find a place of acceptance...
Our foster families share their knowledge to help the adult(s) in their home...
Answering Your Key Questions
Up to two clients can live in a home. Each person must be offered the choice of a private bedroom.
Services are covered through an individual’s benefits (Social Security and Regional Center). Funding can sometimes feel confusing and overwhelming —we will help you figure it out along with your Regional Center worker. We can also provide support with Social Security payeeships.
We take pride in finding the right match and are careful in doing so. Clients and families are involved in every step and are encouraged to spend as much time with their potential match as needed in order to make a confident decision. Our goal is to have long-term matches.
Being a foster parent is a life-changing experience. Not only will you make a lasting positive impact on someone’s life, but you will also experience a difference in your own. A tax-free monthly stipend is also provided for your services.
Our experienced team will assist you every step of the way. You will complete an in-home interview, fingerprinting and background checks, a health screening, TB test, CPR and first aid training, as well as a home safety check. If you are interested in starting the process, please contact Lindsey Klaus at firstname.lastname@example.org or (619) 873-8209.
The amount is based on the support needs of the resident. Foster families receive a tax-free monthly stipend ranging between $1,980 - $3,944 to cover the resident’s rent and meals, and the services provided.
If you have questions, need additional information,
or are interested in becoming a foster parent, please contact Lindsey at
email@example.com or (619) 873-8209.
If you are a Regional Center client who is interested in living in a foster home, contact your Service Coordinator for a referral.