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Available Host Home Providers

Host Homes are a great option for individuals looking for some independence in community with a healthy dose of family-style support. We carefully screen and select Host Home providers, all of whom are licensed foster care providers. Matches are based on mutual interests and compatibility. Our experienced team provides ongoing support and supervision  so everyone feels comfortable and supported.

A Host Home provider may be an individual, a couple or a family with children. What they all have in common is their commitment to opening their homes and hearts to welcome a person with disabilities into their family.

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Anoka County
I have many fond childhood memories of my mother opening our home to foster children and adults. Helping her provide care to people in need sparked a calling to do this in my own life. I am ready to open my home to someone who needs extra support.
Becker County
It is very rewarding to help people in their times of need. Now I have the space and time to focus on supporting someone in our home. It is important to me to do what I can to make a difference and fill another person’s life with extra love and happiness.
Becker County
We have been providing foster care for many years and have a desire to support people to be the best they can be. We have four extra bedrooms and we would love to give someone a home environment to live in. I have relationships with several of the people we have supported and enjoy the reward of helping someone be successful.
Blue Earth County
We have spent years caring for young families in our home. Moving toward supporting people with disabilities and seniors is a good fit for how we want to spend the next chapter of our lives helping others.
Chippewa County
We would love the opportunity to offer a new person the attention, positivity and care that we share with one another as a family.
Clay County
My passion for supporting people led me to the decision to become a Host Home provider. I am a stay-at-home mom looking to welcome someone into our extra space.
Crow Wing County
Opening our doors and sharing our home with foster children has been a large part of our lives. Now that our family is grown, we feel it’s time to go a new direction and provide a loving home to an adult with disabilities.
Faribault County
As we have learned more about Host Homes and the people it serves, we are excited to participate and support the people we will welcome into our home. We look forward to being able to provide them a home and family.
Hubbard County
We have been providing adult foster care for eight years after Kathy, who was licensed for child day care, was approached by the licensor to consider adult foster care. We love and enjoy supporting people to have the best possible life they desire.
Morrison County
I want to provide a home where Deaf or Hard of Hearing individuals are able to communicate in their native language. I don’t want them to suffer in a world that does not offer full access to communication.
Morrison County
I have been an American Sign Language interpreter for 23 years and I know the value of clear communication. I have space to share in my home and I feel that giving Deaf or Hard of Hearing individuals a place where they can communicate is important.
Stearns County
I am Cassandra Carpenter. My family and I would love to welcome a child into our home, where I could offer a calm, gentle approach as we work together to reach their goals.
Todd County
It does not take much to make us happy. We have a lot of joy to share — it’s what makes us happy, and we look forward to sharing it with you! Family is very important to us, and we would love the chance to open our home to someone new so they could experience the support, encouragement and joy our family has to offer.