Providing a comfortable, supportive home for adults with developmental disabilities requires delivering direct services-and so much more. We offer extensive adult day programming, including transportation to activities that is so helpful to individuals and their families. We provide respite by opening our doors so families can take a break and recharge. Everything we do is focused on supporting our clients so they can have the best possible quality of life.

How We Are Funded

Medicaid provides the majority of funding for our agency, but those funds are restricted to the direct care and support delivered by our Direct Support Professionals. Additional resources and funding are raised to support quality of life amenities not covered by Medicaid, including:

  • Accessible transportation services
  • Furniture for our homes
  • Medical equipment
  • Safety equipment
  • Clothing
  • Holiday gifts
  • Recreation

Your Donation Stays in the Community

Donations to RHA are tax-deductible and directly support the current and future needs of the people we serve. Every little bit makes a big impact.

Planned Giving

memorial plaque at the Garber House

Create a legacy of supporting a strong future for the people RHA serves.

Adopt an Activity

clients at a Dayton Dragons game

Adopt an activity for one year, or be an annual sponsor.


three people at Beer Fest

Enjoy a some food and help RHA at the same time.

Kroger Rewards

residents getting food at an event

Help our organization earn up to $5,000 per year by using your reward card.

Community Campaign

RHA community fundraiser

Join our annual campaign and make a tax-deductible donation.


volunteer with one of our residents at a community activity

Join the community of support that makes RHA programs so strong.

Partners For Community Living

Parnters Bowl-A-Thon fundraiser

We support the mission and services of Choices In Community Living and the Resident Home Association with fundraising, including community events and activities, grants, advocacy and development of community partnerships that benefit people with intellectual/developmental disabilities.