Could this be Your Solution? Elder Help Home Share program matches those with a room to share with those looking for housing


From ElderHelp Solutions for Living: With ElderHelp’s HomeShare program, rent means so much more than a monthly payment. HomeShare facilitates a match between home providers (those with a room to share), and home seekers (those looking for housing).

All parties are vetted to create a match based on individual preferences. The match agreement can be rent or service based. If service based, a seeker provides services in exchange for either a reduced rent or no rent. The program is available for anyone over the age of 18, however one person in each match is over the age of 60.

Currently, we’re connecting residents in the cities of San Diego, Poway, and Vista with amazing results!

  • 89% of our clients feel their quality of life is better.
  • 74% of our clients feel safer at home.
  • 94% of our clients believe they are more likely to remain independent.

In short, lives are transformed. Learn more at or call (619) 284-9281

Note: A representative of ElderHelp presented at the May 2022 UCCA meeting; ElderHelp presentation with more information available at


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