Community living for adults and children with disabilities


A man in a t-shirt rakes the lawn, and another man in a red sweatshirt walks past him carrying a bag of groceries.


Hope's Community Living supports children and adults, offering the assistance they need to live and participate in the community of their choice. We provide a variety of services designed to support different living arrangements and needs, ensuring that each individual can find the right fit for their situation. Our services include:


In-Home Supports

Our in-home supports are designed to sustain a healthy, thriving family environment through unique, personalized assistance provided directly in your home. Whether it’s helping with daily activities, providing companionship, or assisting with medical needs, our staff are trained to support you and your loved ones.


Supported and Independent Living

Experience the independence of living in your chosen environment with individualized assistance in daily living activities. Our supported and independent living services are tailored to help you live, learn, and grow. We often have openings in unique living environments in Anchorage, Kenai, and Kodiak.


Intentional Neighborhoods

Intentional neighborhoods—such as the Kenai Intentional Neighborhood and the Willow Ranch—are designed for individuals who wish to live, learn, and recreate together in a community setting. These environments are chosen by people who share a common vision of living with or near like-minded individuals, offering shared resources and enhanced social supports. This unique living arrangement promotes a sense of belonging and community involvement.


Foster Care

Our foster care program supports children and adults in loving family settings when residing with their own family is not a viable option. We match individuals with caring foster families who provide a safe, nurturing environment to help them thrive.


Family Habiliation

Family Habilitation offers a setting similar to Day Habilitation, but within a family home environment. This voluntary service is geared towards children under the age of 18, helping them to learn life skills in a supportive family setting. Individual goals are set, focusing on essential skills such as household chores, food preparation, money management, and peaceful cohabitation with housemates. Family Habilitation is a valuable resource for families and young individuals to learn, grow, and develop essential life skills.



Our respite services provide short-term care for your family member, allowing you to take a much-needed break. With Hope's trained staff, respite care ensures that your loved one receives high-quality care while you recharge. This service is invaluable for caregivers who need temporary relief to maintain their own well-being.


Contact Us

For more information about any of our community living options, please contact our New Services team. We are here to help you and your family find the right support to live fulfilling, independent lives within your chosen community.