Completed in 2010, this is the largest home and is specially designed and equipped to meet the needs of men and women who face life with very severe multiple impairments as the result of developmental disability and/or traumatic brain injury. Each of 12 private rooms and bathrooms feature a ceiling mounted track lift system capable of transferring the resident to almost any area in their room or bathroom. Direct care staff members are awake and available to meet the residents needs 24 hours a day.
House 3 also has several features which enhance the total program for the entire ministry. These include:
- A commercial kitchen
- A large multi-purpose room for activities such as special dinners, games, activities, large meetings and celebrations. This room is used for day programming and may also be used in the future to provide day respite care for families in the community whose developmentally disabled loved ones still live with them
- A large fully equipped physical therapy room including a therapy tub
- A conference room to be used for family meetings, staff meetings and training as well as board meetings. This room, constructed of reinforced concrete also serves as an above ground storm shelter.