Could you live on $44 a month?

Adults with disabilities live on a very modest monthly stipend. Most say it is inadequate to cover basic needs. An adult with I/DD in St. Louis will receive an average of $733 a month via Social Security Disability. Rent for an average one-bedroom apartment would consume 94% of that monthly income or $689, leaving $44 for food, clothing, medicine, etc. (source: tacinc.org). Promise Community Homes is a nonprofit that keeps rents low through fundraising, allowing residents to live in safe, affordable, neighborhood homes, and providing all maintenance.

Our Homes

Parents and caregivers of people with disabilities tell us that they are always thinking, “what’s next?”. “Where will my loved one live? Who will care for them? How can we plan safety and and a welcome place in the community for their lifetime?”

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Stories & Testimonials

We’re proud of our strong, decades-long reputation. We are committed to being the highest-quality housing partner to families, volunteers and service agencies.

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Becoming a Resident

Promise Community Homes owns and maintains homes customized for adults with I/DD. Please note that the qualification process and all supportive services are managed separately.

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FAQs

What does “community living” for people with developmental disabilities mean? This and other questions answered…

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How We Help

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

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Our Homes:
Our homes are in neighborhoods all over St. Louis: Affton, Ballwin, Barnhart, Bellefontaine Neighbors, Bridgeton, Chesterfield, Crestwood, Creve Coeur, Ferguson, Florissant, Hazelwood, Imperial, Jennings, Lemay, Maryland Heights, Oakville, Overland, Spanish Lake, St. Charles, St. Louis, St. Peters, University City, and Webster Groves.