Our program is felon-friendly, but depends on home-provider preference.
Almost all of our home-providers have “no drugs” listed as non-negotiable.
Monica (right), a mother of three pursuing a career in water quality management, is matched with Dave and Dottie, a retired couple who love using their home to help others.
John (left) is pursuing a career in veterinary medicine and is matched with John (right) and his wife, Kimberly, who use their home to build community and help provide an affordable option for their neighbors.
Kathryn (left), a CNA and student, and her daughter are matched with Dana (right), Christine (not pictured), and their family, who are excited to share their home for the first time.
Mikayla (right), a first generation college student, is matched with Joan (left), a homeowner and business owner who enjoys sharing her home with young people pursuing self-sufficiency.
Sara (left), a graduate of two of our partner programs pursuing a career as a machinist, is matched with Raquel (center) and her family, who love sharing life and their home with a new friend.
Online or in person.
We’ll talk to you and your references and then conduct a comprehensive background check to ensure a quality match.
We search for a successful match based on your application and personal preferences.
Once we find a promising match, you set up a home visit to interview each other. If it goes well, you can arrange a meeting with PHS staff to set up your mutually beneficial Living Together Agreement.
The Living Together
Agreement includes the lease as well as expectations regarding lifestyle and communication.
This agreement will be used for the 1-month trial period.
After the trial period, the Living Together Agreement is revised, and a new, long-term agreement is signed.
The match officially begins!
PHS staff provides you with ongoing support to help you to navigate any potential issues and allow the relationship to thrive.