Housing for Adults with Developmental Disabilities
LEO owns and maintains 4 Adult Family Homes (AFH) in Issaquah and the Snoqualmie Valley, and is committed to developing more homes. AFHs are not to be confused with “group homes” or “supported living”. AFHs have their own unique classification. Our model was adapted from the AFHs that serve the aged population and are for Medicaid qualified individuals. The goal is to provide a supportive, family style housing solution to transition adults with I/DD out of the parental home.
Because each home is owned with no debt service they are essentially self-sustaining. AFHs are a great solution for serving our residents because they provide personal care, housing and social interaction literally under one roof.
LEO remains committed to our “four cornered” mission of employment, recreation, education and housing. We are proud of our progress and recognize there is much work still ahead. Donors and volunteers are essential to our success. And with your support we see a bright future for the LEO mission.
See Adult Family Homes for more information about LEO residency in an AFH and about Care Providers.
See Housing Projects for information and pictures of completed housing projects and future projects.