What a Promise Home Means

Solving the Challenge

Parents and caregivers tell us that they are always thinking, “How will my loved one have a welcome place in the community for their lifetime?”

Our Promise

The Promise Community Homes Difference

When a parent learns that their child has been diagnosed with a disability, one of the major questions they’ll eventually face is how to plan for the child’s future.

And it’s not just about four walls and a roof … but safety, independence, and a “family” of friends. For many St. Louis area families who are trying to provide the best possible life for their loved ones with IDD, Promise Community Homes means peace of mind.

Our homes are carefully designed for the comfort, safety, and unique needs of each individual resident. From widened doorways to handicapped-accessible showers, we create customized spaces. Additionally, we continually update the homes so the people we serve know the comfort and security of aging in place.

Promise Community Homes maintains homes to the highest standards, constantly monitoring to audit our residents’ changing needs. More than housing — it’s an opportunity to be a permanent part of the community.

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Spire grant pays for new water heaters in Promise homes

Promise Community Homes purchased and installed five new energy-efficient water heaters with a grant from natural gas utility Spire. Promise Community Homes is a housing nonprofit that provides 86 safe, affordable, and accessible neighborhood homes for adults with developmental disabilities

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Spire grant pays for new water heaters in Promise homes

Promise Community Homes purchased and installed five new energy-efficient water heaters with a grant from natural gas utility Spire. Promise Community Homes is a housing nonprofit that provides 86 safe, affordable, and accessible neighborhood homes for adults with developmental disabilities

Read More