Host Home Providers
The difference you can make is immeasurable.
As a Home Host Provider, you’ll have the opportunity to change lives – those around you and your own. It’s a demanding, but infinitely rewarding experience, and your patience and encouragement will have a profound effect in helping someone achieve their goals.
Every situation is different, yet all Home Host Providers act as thoughtful advocates for an individual in their care. Depending on the level of attention required, some Home Host Providers work full- or part-time, while the person in their care is attending a day program. Others may devote their full attention to the individual in their home.
If you’re considering becoming a Home Host Provider, the following qualities are in high demand:
- Wheelchair accessible homes
- Single providers
- Excellent skills and/or training for those with behavioral or medical needs (i.e. CNAs, LPNs, RNs, BCBA, Mental Health Counselor, etc.)
The Support, Inc. Difference
As a small business, we value relationships and we value community. Thus, we coordinate regular social gatherings for our host home providers, clients and families to provide the opportunity to get to know one another, and establish partnerships, mentorships and friendships.
We understand this is a difficult yet rewarding job, thus we will do everything we can to support you and your family.
We respect and honor you, your family and your personal life and will help you maintain a work-life balance by providing professional support and respite options.
We will do everything possible to ensure a good client match, based on your needs and desires.
We provide a high level of support to you and your client which may include behavior coaching, medical training, computer training, monitoring and coordination.
Online Management Tool
You will use Therap, an online case management tool, allowing you to report and document in the comfort of your own home.
We are leaders in the field. Our management team averages 15 years of experience in the field of Developmental Disabilities.
We specialize in supporting individuals with complex medical or behavioral issues. 60% of our clients are Tiers 3-6.
Because we have a large network of Host Homes and clients, you have a better opportunity to receive clients. We have over 80 Host Homes all over Denver Metro and Northern Colorado, and over 120 clients. We work with 12 CCBs.
30 Years in Service
We have been in business for 30 years; we continue to grow but our values and integrity remain the same. People first.
Have Questions About The Process?
Host Home Provider
Want to become a Host Home Provider?
Just fill out the short questionnaire below. We review all submissions and will respond within a few days.
Although we’d love to work with everyone, we evaluate potential providers best positioned to care for a client. Those moving on to the next step will receive an email with the full application, and everyone who will be providing care must complete it separately.
A few things to note:
- We run background checks for everyone in the home over the age of 18. A link will be provided for the background check release once your application has been reviewed.
- Sometimes it can take a while to match a client to your home. We encourage you to be patient and check in with your intake coordinator via email periodically.
- There are several things you can do which may increase your chances of getting a placement:
- Take CPR and First Aid classes through the American Red Cross
- Get your feet wet by applying to be a Direct Care Professional with us
- Open your home for Respite clients.
Contact your Intake coordinator for more information about these options.
Refer a Host Home Provider and get paid a referral fee! Send them this link and tell them to add your name in the “How did you hear about us?” field. You may also print out these flyers to give to your friends, family, church co-members, parents of your children’s friends, and/or other interested friends and family.