We will work with you and the visitor to try to solve any issues that may arise. If for some reason, you are not pleased with the hosting experience, we… Read More
A background check is not required to host an adult visitor. However, background checks are mandatory for any youth hosting opportunity.
This is generally not the issue. We will inform you if your guests have an allergy or are uncomfortable around pets. It is extremely important that you let us know… Read More
SDDC is unable to compensate dinner and home hosts. However, we can provide a letter of donation to home hosts, for tax purposes.
In most cases, fellows do not have access to a car or the ability to drive while in San Diego. For short term stays, we typically ask home hosts to… Read More
We ask that fellows have their own bedroom and bed. In some cases, if a home host takes two fellows of the same sex, they can share a room, but… Read More
Yes, all of our international visitors have medical and accident insurance provided by the U.S. Department of State.
Whatever works best for you and your family. We just ask that guests have access to the fridge and kitchen to make breakfast or pack lunch. Dinner plans and arrangements… Read More
This depends upon the program. Some opportunities are for just a couple of nights, while others are month long or multi-week hosting opportunities.
Yes, this is recommended and can be discussed and arranged between the host and guests.