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Group Home Settings

Group homes provide an alternative to traditional foster care, hospitalization, or even incarceration:

  • Unrelated children or adults live in a home-like setting with either a set of house parents or a rotating staff of trained caregivers.

  • Residents of group homes usually have either a chronic mental disorder or physical disability that prevents them from living independently.

  • They need continual assistance in order to complete daily tasks, such as taking medication or bathing.

  • Some residents may also have behavioral problems that require supervision because they may be dangerous to themselves or others.

  • A group home can also refer to family homes in which children and youth of the foster care system are placed until foster families are found for them.

We help start a variety of group home businesses.  The following describes the many types of group home businesses operating in the United States:

 

  • Adult group home

  • Adult foster care home

  • Autism group home

  • Aspergers group home

  • Board and care home

  • Boys group home

  • Girls group home

  • Transitional home

  • Maternity home

  • Residential care home

  • Sober living home

  • Teenage group home

  • Senior care group homes

  • Group homes for the disabled

  • Group home for adults with developmental disabilities

  • Group home for disabled Group home for addiction

  • Group home for the elderly

  • Group home for the mentally challenged children

  • Youth group home

  • Veterans home

  • Mental retardation group home

  • Therapeutic group home

  • Group home for troubled teens

  • Group home for the slightly handicapped

  • Group homes for the mentally ill

  • Re-entry programs for ex offenders

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