Keep abreast of our progress in
securing property for residential living.
Living with your peers is something we all choose to do. Our community will provide friendship as well as a sense of belonging in WNY.
Whether going to work, volunteering or another day program, our residents will have a chance to better integrate into their larger WNY community through a variety of programs, social events and their own daily living activities.
Apartments provide an opportunity for individuals to have their own place, while part of a larger community of friends and like-minded neighbors.
By design, built in safeguards will provide that extra measure of security to allow individuals the independence they desire.
Learn a little about who we are as an organization (and who we are not) to see if we might be a fit for you or your loved one.
Our tagline is not just marketing. It’s why Home of My Own was created. Providing independent individuals with developmental disabilities a place to live is only one part of the goal. Making sure they are part of a community helps them thrive.
Our tagline is not just marketing
It’s why Home of My Own was created. Providing independent individuals with developmental disabilities a place to live is only one part of the goal. Making sure they are part of a community helps them thrive.
Park Golf Party – June 4, 2023
Chiavetta’s Chicken Barbecue
Exclusive: Home of My Own of WNY Embrace the Difference Bracelet
We are excited to announce our partnership with Embrace the Difference and the exclusive Home of My Own of WNY bracelet. Look great while benefitting a good cause or purchase a beautiful bracelet for someone in your life!
Who We Are
A 501(c)(3) status nonprofit charitable corporation in WNY whose focus is to provide inclusive, residential options to adults with developmental disabilities who desire independent living and community engagement with minimal support.
Our mission, vision & values are focused on housing, independence and inclusion.
Building confidence goes hand-in-hand with independence. Whether working, volunteering or just hanging with friends, inclusion builds confidence.
What do potential residents say?
Being able to live on my own is what I really wanted to do. Having my own apartment, like my brother and sisters did is what I want for me.”
I work at my job three times a week but I want more to do when I’m not working. Hanging out with friends is my favorite thing to do.
Moving out alone can be kind of scary, but if I had a roommate or other people like me around I would feel so much better.