In REM Ohio’s Host Home program, adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities live in private family homes with dedicated caregivers who we call Mentors.
Shared Living Homes
At REM Ohio, we believe that a home is more than a house; it’s where we grow and develop lasting relationships with the people we call family. In our Shared Living Homes—small group homes usually shared by four adults—we help individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities live as independently as possible in the communities of their choice.
Personalized Service & Support
In this residential program, our Shared Living Homes provide a variety of support and service options designed around the needs and interests of the individuals in each home—ranging from 24/7 in-home support or hourly assistance with planned activities.
Because of our flexible, person-centered approach, we provide all adults in our Shared Living Homes with a continuum of care designed to help each individual live as independently in their community as possible. Our support services are based on each individual’s needs and may include assistance with:
With our support, each individual can achieve a greater level of independence while learning to manage household responsibilities and expenses, such as rent, utilities and groceries. Many individuals also choose to participate in vocational programs where they can earn their own income to help pay for living expenses.
Flexible, Individualized Program
We offer support for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and can assist you in linkage to funding sources and payment options.
REM Ohio is CARF accredited, demonstrating our commitment to a high quality of service for the people we serve. For more information on REM Ohio’s programs and services, please e-mail us or contact your local office