Holland House by Rolling in Faith is a faith-based day program that aims to create a safe space for adults with intellectual disabilities in the four-river region to maintain the skills necessary to thrive as independently and successfully as possible. Holland House will provide opportunities for education that empowers and inspires. This allows our participants to grow spiritually/emotionally, educationally, and interpersonally. These experiences allow our participants to forge a path in the community that is individualized to their specific needs and interests, showing our community the value that people with disabilities bring to all areas of our society.
Frequently Asked Questions:
After reading FAQs carefully application can be found at the bottom of the page!
Q: What are the hours of operation & start date? A: Participants will be present from 8:30 A.M. - 3 P.M. Monday-Thursday. Staff will conduct office hours on Fridays. Q: What will a typical day at Holland House look like? A: Rolling in Faith Corporation hopes to provide individual assistance and direction for each student's personal goals and objectives. With that said, we will be covering the following topics as a group: Mornings: Functional Math, Reading, & Bible Class, Current Events. Afternoons: Lunch/Recreation, Outings, Community Service Projects, Arts & Crafts, & Guest Speakers. Q: Will Holland House staff and volunteers provide toileting, feeding, or medical treatments? A: Participants must be independent in the area of feeding and toileting. We do not have a nurse on staff at this time. We are able to remind participants to take medication if needed but cannot administer medications. Q: Will Holland House provide lunch to volunteers and participants? A: Participants are responsible for bringing their lunch Monday-Wednesday of each week. On Thursdays, Rolling in Faith will facilitate a cooking class led by local chefs and volunteers. This is the only meal provided by Rolling in Faith. Participants have full access to a refrigerator, oven, & microwave. Participants can bring their lunch daily or leave them in the fridge for the week. Our trained staff and volunteers will be ready and able to assist them in preparing their meals if necessary. Volunteers are asked to please pack a lunch, unless told otherwise.
Q: How many spots are you offering and who is eligible for this program? A: We are not offering any spots for the Fall 2023 semester. We will revisit openings for the spring semester and will offer rolling admission at that point.
Rolling in Faith's: Holland House will accept only young adults (18+ or those who have graduated/aged out of high school), whose capabilities enable them to benefit from the program, and for those both programs are staffed and equipped to provide care. Rolling in Faith & the Holland House program do not tolerate bullying, self-harm, or dangerous behavior. Holland House shall not admit or maintain any young adult whose needs it cannot meet or whose behavior would be dangerous for other students in the program.
Q:How can I enroll my participant? A: All participants are required to fill out the Holland House Admission Interest Form. Once completed, participants will be asked to sign up for an interview. At this stage, we will access needs, supports, and goals in order to best serve the individual.
Q: Is Rolling in Faith responsible for transportation of participant to and from Holland House? A: No. It is up to the family/caregivers to coordinate transportation to and from Holland House. Rolling in Faith will coordinate transportation for field trips & other outings related to the program within Holland House operating hours.
Q: Does this program cost? A: Yes. Holland House is a tuition-based program. Our current rate is $80/week and is subject to change. Rolling in Faith's Holland House is an independent organization and does not accept the Medicaid Waiver at this time. Financial aid may be available for some situations.
Apply for Holland House Here!
Please review application and the registration file below before applying for the Holland House program!
If you are interested in supporting Holland House, you can do so in a variety of different ways. Here are some ways that you can serve with us! Program Assistant: Program assistants are there to be an extra set of hands to assist participants in their daily activities. It could be anything from assisting with a craft, meal, or any other daily activity that might require some extra help. We will need multiple program assistants each day. Volunteers are never alone with or asked to assist participants in toileting, bathing, or administering medications. Program Specific Contributors: PSCs are individuals who might not be comfortable with a 1: 1 position but can provide knowledge of a specific skill set. Some examples of PSCs would be roles such as cooking class teacher. Or guest speakers who would come and present on a specific topic. This role would be the perfect role for someone who could help on a limited basis.
If you are interested in volunteering for Holland House, please refer to our 'Volunteer with Us' requirements and contact us with any questions at email@example.com.