Mount Olivet Rolling Acres partners with Minnesota families to provide living options in family homes. These host homes—also referred to as shared living programs—offer adults with disabilities the opportunity to reside with a family who can support them in living an independent life while providing structure and opportunities to learn life skills.
What do host homes offer?
Our host homes are licensed to support one to four individuals. When residing in a host home, an individual becomes a part of the family. Individuals have opportunities to participate in family traditions, enjoy community activities both with the family and independently, and to get assistance with areas of need, such as personal cares and medication administration. Individuals have opportunities to learn new skills in areas like meal preparation, money management, and domestics.
A Person-Centered Approach
Host home providers work with each individual and his/her team to develop a support plan that is person-centered and focused on individual needs. Host home providers assist in connecting individuals with groups, activities, and more in their communities that help individuals create relationships and find natural supports.
A Different Style
Each of our host homes is independently owned by the family residing there. While Mount Olivet Rolling Acres holds the 245D license for billing purposes, the host home family holds the foster care license, staffs the home, and oversees day-to-day operations.
Current Host Home Openings:
For more information on host homes/shared living options, please contact Nikki Storebo, Program Director, at 612-718-0983.