Become An Innovations Provider
Innovations offers support through Host Home and Companion Home programs In these programs, an adult with an intellectual or developmental disability either lives in a provider’s home (Host Home), or a provider lives in a home owned by the individual or their family (companion home).
Whether you are single or married, a professional, a retiree or a homemaker, you can become a Host or Companion Home provider for Innovations if you believe in supporting the growth and independence of those around you, and are committed to living in an inclusive society. Becoming a Host or Companion Home provider is not a passive act of opening one’s home, or moving in to one’s home, to provide food, clothing, and shelter. It is a proactive statement of advocacy and supporting another’s growth.