Choices for All,
Barriers for None.
Assisting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to enjoy active, productive and empowered lives.
People with intellectual and developmental disabilities often possess qualities of welcome, spontaneity, and directness. They have much to contribute to the larger community but might need help with day-to-day tasks that are easier for people without disabilities.
Supported individuals at Home Life get the help they need to share their gifts and work toward their goals.
2068 NW Fillmore Ave
Corvallis, OR 97330
We support individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, over the age of 18, and who have been referred to us by a county Service Coordinator.
Home Life is a growing non-profit with a Residential Program with seven group homes, Supported Living Programs, and a Vocational Program. Each of these promotes independent living skills and community integration.
Home Life believes that people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities:
Should be treated with dignity and respect, and should be involved in decision-making that affects their lives.
Should be encouraged to live as independently as possible within a safe, healthy environment that fosters growth.
Have many capabilities, are valuable, and contribute to the community.
If you are interested in being supported by us, you can call us directly to schedule a tour and informational meeting or you can talk to your county Services Coordinator to have a referral submitted. Once a referral is in place, we can do a meet and greet to discuss services and pick a date to start services.
Hear from some of our happy families
The Home Life team is also “Team Lucy.” We know she is developing essential skills of young adulthood through the dedication and care of Home Life staff. During the toughest of times through the pandemic, Home Life staff has been caring, and carrying our deep appreciation and respect.
My son Tom was with his brother and I on a family trip to Washington D.C. It was a busy week that included time with other family and a visit to one of Tom’s favorite places, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington. Toward the end of the week, Tom announced that he was ready to go back to his “other family at Koebel House.” That tells me that Home Life is meeting Tom’s need to belong. It reassures me that he will continue to feel this way after I am no longer around.
Our son Stefan has been able to grow and mature with the help of Home Life staff and activities that our family has greatly appreciated. He has been supported and nurtured by creative and caring staff. During times of change, when we may not know what the future will bring, it is comforting to know he is in a safe and secure home.