Our Concept - a different type of community

Ultimately we see communities that have enriching environments where people are provided space to grow, share, and learn.  It's more than a place to live, it's a new life.  

Home Again Foundation, INC will control the Home Owners Association responsibilities to make sure that the community is maintained in top shape.   We will be in charge of amenities and community functions and monitoring.  

Our communities will be safe, nourishing, clean, healthy, and organized around amenities and nature.  

What makes us unique?

Gated Entrances


Neighborhood Feel

Features of our Communities

Organic Gardens


 Horticultural therapy is an emerging field of clinical practice based on proven benefits to the physical, mental and emotional well-being.



A place for entertainment and community. Movie nights, large gatherings, and celebrations.

Art Studio


Expressive art therapy  can help people express themselves, explore their emotions, manage addictions, and improve their self-esteem. 



 The Chapel provides spiritual cures, maintain wellness and leads people to eternal life!

Fitness Trails


  Fitness promote total body health & wellness, which progresses the individual to a greater level of independence.

Community Kitchen


Cooking is meditation with the promise of a good meal afterward.  It's being used as part of the treatment for a wide range of mental and behavioral health conditions, including depression, anxiety, eating disorders, ADHD and addiction.

Library and Continuing Education


Education gives us a knowledge of the world around us and changes it into something better. It develops a perspective of looking at life, helps build opinions and broadens points of view. 



 Animal-assisted therapy is becoming a common way for health professionals to improve patients’ social, emotional, and mental functioning.

Construction Workshop


Working with hand tools could be called quiet woodworking. Sometimes quiet and the focusing of the mind is just what people needs to see beyond the physical and mental pain of their day-to-day life.