structured family care

Structured Family Care in Indiana

Open Your Home and Your Heart

ResCare Community Living in Indiana offers Structured Family Care (SFC – also known as Host Home) that is designed to preserve the dignity, self-respect and privacy of individuals served by ensuring high-quality care in a non-institutional setting.

Under the A & D Waiver, SFC allows families to stay at home while receiving care, which may be provided by familiar staff or family members. Through the A & D Waiver, family members providing care have a source of income.

ResCare SFC services offer a caring place for adults, no matter their disability. The individuals we serve in our program have a wide range of intellectual, developmental, and physical disabilities. We specialize in matching the people we serve to dedicated, caring, and specially trained home providers.

Why Choose ResCare as Your Provider Agency?

  • Referral incentives for SFC contractors
  • Flexible and competitive pay
  • Free training and certifications
  • Trusted and supportive management teams
  • 24/7 on-call access to nursing and management
  • ResCare is the largest private provider in the U.S.

Do I Qualify?

  • General provider requirements include (but are not limited to):
  • Must be 18 years of age
  • Successfully pass a criminal background records check and child/adult abuse check
  • Successfully complete initial and ongoing training
  • CPR/First Aid Certified
  • Provide Reference Checks

Become a SFC/Host Home Provider

Locations that offer Structured Family Care:

Evansville
Carissa Foster, Executive Director

Ft. Wayne
Jaela Nichelson, Executive Director

Greencastle
Daniel Fields, Executive Director

Indianapolis
Jeff Rubin, Executive Director

Marion
Daniel Fields, Executive Director

New Albany
Amy Kelley, Executive Director

North Vernon
Gega Sharp, Executive Director

Sheridan
Katy Shaffer, Executive Director

Terre Haute
Michael Shepherd, Executive Director

Valparaiso
Kim Hill, Executive Director

Become a SFC/Host Home Provider