Our services are designed to meet the unique, yet specific needs of each individual we support. We believe that all people are created with unique personalities, individual skills, and a purpose in life. That is why we at Restoring Hope work hard to assure that each individual we serve is supported in a way that best meets their individual needs and goals.


This model of support provides persons with development disabilities the opportunity to live in a shared space arrangement. Typically, 2 or 3 persons with developmental disabilities are placed together as roommates sharing a common living space. These individuals are supported by trained team members who rotate shifts with other team members on a daily basis.



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This model of support allows a person with developmental disabilities to integrate into a family environment. Persons with developmental disabilities will move in with a host home family and will share in the daily activities and responsibilities of the family unit while being supported by that particular family in their home.



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Restoring Hope, LLC is a recognized Tiered-Supports agency with the Missouri Department of Mental Health, Division of Developmental Disabilities (DMH-DD). As such, Restoring Hope uses universal and specialized strategies to positively support behavior change and enhance the quality of life of the individuals we serve.

Our tiered-supports structure is designed to provide a positive environment for both individuals and staff. In addition to quality training opportunities, Restoring Hope provides resources on positive behavior support (PBS) and on-going coaching to ensure quality of life.

By implementing a tiered system of support, we have seen many undesirable behaviors reduced or eliminated. As a Tiered-Supports agency, Restoring Hope utilizes the Tools for Choice training and resources provided by DMH-DD as a foundation for building universal strategies. Additionally, our Agency Team receives continual consultation from the Behavior Resource Team (BRT) to plan, develop and implement tiered supports in each of the three regions we currently serve.