Our Story

In June, 2007, our friend Renee, a woman from Milwaukee in her 40’s, endured a severe traumatic brain injury, leaving her with cognitive delays, memory loss, and hearing impairment. After several attempts in group homes in Milwaukee, her support network was left feeling that she needed an alternative residential setting.  We decided to open an Adult Family Home (AFH) on a hobby farm in eastern Jefferson County, Wisconsin. The State of Wisconsin has approved and licensed us; Renee has moved in and is thriving in her new home.

The vision of this home is to serve people who would flourish in a peaceful, rural setting. We are approved to serve adults who do not have a lot of physical movement barriers, as the bedrooms are upstairs in this traditional farmhouse. We encourage those seeking long-term or lifelong placements; we want the residents to feel they are at their “home-home”, not just a “group home”.

Our staff is experienced, educated, and dedicated to the well-being and growth of our residents. One or two of us are always on duty at the home. We provide medication monitoring, transportation to appointments, and three nutritional well-prepared meals per day (as well as snacks). We also help residents with activities such as gardening, art, cognitive therapy and health programs that the residents’ physicians may recommend. 

Our mission is to deliver a professional level of care in a welcoming, home-like, non-clinical environment. We seek to maximize independence and security for our residents, as well as peace of mind for the residents and their families. We respect the unique needs and viewpoints of each resident and place the utmost value on their psychological, spiritual, and physical health.

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