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If you or someone you love is experiencing mental health distress or thoughts of suicide please call or text 988 for support.

Lifesharing

Everyday Living Options

Lifesharing, also known as Family Living, supports individuals with intellectual disabilities to live with qualified unrelated adults who provide support in their home. Up to two individuals with a disability can live in a lifesharing home and be supported by Office of Developmental Programs funding. Most lifesharing homes are licensed and inspected to ensure the health and welfare of individuals being served. Individuals in lifesharing also have supports coordinators to monitor the quality of services on a regular basis. To learn more, visit the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services (DHS)’s website below.

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