HomeShare Woodstock

What is HomeShare Woodstock? The mission of HomeShare Woodstock is connecting home providers and home seekers to help people remain in their communities, strengthen bonds between neighbors, and create mutually beneficial, affordable housing solutions. 

Welcome to HomeShare Woodstock, Family of Woodstock’s newest program. HomeShare Woodstock seeks to address the shortage of affordable housing in our community. This innovative program matches qualified home owners with additional living space with home seekers looking for safe rental situations in or near the town of Woodstock, Saugerties, Hurley, Phoenicia, Boiceville, or Olivebridge.

  • With more than 70 successful home share programs in the United States today, HomeShare Woodstock uses local housing that already exists: a room in a home, an accessory dwelling above a garage, or a studio/cottage that is not connected to the main house.
  • In exchange for affordable rent, the home seeker may offer companionship and/or assist with light house/yard work, transportation, computer assistance or pet care.
  • Home owners and home seekers are carefully vetted and matched by preferences, common needs and interests.
  • A thorough intake process interviews applicants, checks backgrounds and provides ongoing support once the match is made.
  • Priority consideration will be given to people who work or volunteer in Woodstock.  

Download a copy of our brochure here.

Are you a homeowner with an extra room in your house or a cottage on your property? Could you be a HomeShare Host?
We are seeking Host Applications from homes within a 10 mile radius of Woodstock. To receive a host application, contact

Are you a local employee, volunteer or senior in need of affordable rent? Are you a potential HomeShare Guest?
We are seeking Guest applications from people living in or outside of Woodstock. To receive a guest application, please contact

For further information please contact us at or call 845.679.2485. Follow us on our Facebook page and look for us this spring and summer at outdoor events in Woodstock and nearby towns where we will be available to answer your questions and to provide information about the HomeShare Woodstock program. We look forward to seeing you and please help us to spread the word about HomeShare Woodstock!

Want to learn more about what we’ve been up to? Click one of the links below to download a copy of our Home Notes newsletter.
Click here to download a copy of our January 2023 newsletter
Click here to download a copy of our May 2023 newsletter.
Click here to download a copy of our July 2023 newsletter.
Click here to download a copy of our September 2023 newsletter.
Click here to download a copy of our December 2023 newsletter.

Here’s what the press is saying about HomeShare Woodstock. Click the links below to read more.
Click here to see what Times Union has to say (August 24, 2023)
Click here to see what The Columbia Paper has to say (Aug. 31, 2023 / front page + pg 7)
Click here to see what The Daily Freeman has to say (December 30, 2023)

16 Rock City Road
Woodstock, NY   12498
(845) 679-2485
Facebook: HomeShare Woodstock

Project Director:  Janice La Motta

HomeShare Woodstock Advisory Board
Michael Berg, Family of Woodstock
Maria-Elena Conte, Woodstock Town Board
Tamara Cooper, Family of Woodstock
Susan Goldman, Community Volunteer
Beverly Harris, Community Volunteer
Sue Koppenhaver, Office for the Aging
Jamey Wolff, Community Volunteer
Kai Lord-Farmer, Ulster County Planning Dept. 
Alan Yount, Community Volunteer
Desirée Lyle, Simply Sustainable LLC

HomeShare Woodstock Interview Team
Susan Goldman
Nancy Kantor
Gayle Jamison
Jamey Wolff
Nancy Abrams
Alan Yount
Susan Books
Elizabeth Parisio
Emily Mauro
Rachelle Chambers

Program Hours: Hotline – 24 hrs. /365 days
Walk-ins – 9:30am to 9:30pm; 24 hours in emergencies
Textmeback Textline – 7 days a week, 5:00am to 1:00am

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HomeShare Woodstock is grateful for the support of our funders:
New York State Office for the Aging,
Town of Woodstock, American Rescue Plan Funds,
Ulster County Community Grants Fund of the Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley.