Occasionally we have openings for new villagers in the residential community at Sharing Meadows. If you would like current information, please contact us directly.
There is a waiting list to become a resident of Sharing Meadows, as many people would like the opportunity to become a part of the Sharing Meadows community. Don’t be discouraged however; new applications are constantly being accepted for consideration. Interested people should call the office to request a residential informational packet. Click here for further information.
Past, Present and Future Plans
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Overview of the Residential Program
Five villages make up the Sharing Meadows residential community. Each village has three houses, with two villagers and one steward per house. The villages are located on 185 acres in rural Indiana, where villagers are able to spend their free time at the swimming pool, by the lake, or in the woods.
The residents work on the grounds five days a week, keeping Sharing Meadows beautiful and clean. When they are not at work, the residents are free to relax at home, spend time in town, or whatever they choose. Stewards are always with the residents to provide companionship and guidance, and also to help the villagers meet their personal goals.
This domestic environment is a unique opportunity for the residents to live as independently as possible, while being supported in a family-like surrounding. Villagers take pride in their work and have formed many meaningful relationships with each other and with the stewards.
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We are a community that has three homes per village. Each home consists of the following: kitchen, living room, laundry/utility room, dining room, bedroom with attached bath for steward, two separate bedrooms (one per villager), and a bathroom that villagers share.
Costs of Residential Program
In order to become a resident of Sharing Meadows, each villager is required to make the SHARE Foundation the representative payee of his or her Social Security or Supplementary Security Income. Additionally, the villager’s family is asked to make monthly or yearly donations to the SHARE Foundation.
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