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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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Becker County
We look forward to providing a supportive, positive and warm environment where we will support them as they perform day-to-day tasks and work toward their long-term goals.
Crow Wing County
I have been thinking about opening my home for several years. I have talked to other foster care providers and have hosted a foreign exchange student. My kids are growing up and moving out, so I'll have empty rooms that I would love to fill. I was born to be a mother, and with my kids growing up and moving on, I want to continue to help care for others.
Hennepin County
I have worked in the medical field and as a special education paraprofessional for many years. I have also been the primary caregiver for my mother, father, oldest sister and oldest brother. I have a passion for helping people and being of service to others. I have raised my own family and still feel that I have plenty of love and support left that I want to give to others.
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.
Otter Tail County
Our family hopes to welcome an adult into our home who wants to live with a family who will support them in achieving their goals and dreams.
Pope County
We have cared for more than 80 children in our decade of foster parenting, and we are ready to support the physical, medical and emotional needs of any child who needs a loving home.
Ramsey County
A couple of ways that my family shows that we care are through respect, communication, listening to each other and sharing the things we have. But the most important thing is love! No matter who comes to our home, we will embrace and include this person in our family.
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.
Wright County
The primary way we show we care is by meeting the basic needs of our kids and showing them love every chance we can. We hope that a new person in our home will become a part of our family and share this wonderful journey with us.
Wright County
We are Alvin and Sophie. We share our home with our two children, our teenage son and our preteen daughter. As a family, we are very caring, loving and flexible. We practice empathy by always trying to put ourselves in other peoples’ situations.