Group Homes, Group home living is also provided by the Center. Seven group homes throughout Cuyahoga County offer young adult and adults an opportunity to live in a home like setting. A Licensed and professional staff, including nurses, 24/7 direct care staff assistance and daily activities and field trips to promote personal growth are provided for residents. The homes are contracted through the Cuyahoga County Board of and Development Disabilities.
Cedar House, nestled in the lovely city of Pepper Pike, OH, opened its doors in the fall of 1990. The second house to open and be managed by Rose-Mary Center, Cedar House has eight residents. A nice-sized yard and back patio area are available for the residents to enjoy. Cedar House’s single level design is ideal for its elderly residents to have access to the entire house.
Euclid House, which is located in Euclid, OH, was the very first adult group home managed by Rose-MaryCenter. Its doors opened in the summer of 1989. The eight residents currently living at Euclid House are a mixture of men and women who are semi-independent in many areas. They are involved with many community-based activities including horse back riding.
Warrington House, opened in the fall of 1991, is located in the city of Shaker Heights, Ohio. Currently, Warrington House is one of three houses managed by Rose-Mary Center that has all male residents. Horseback riding with residents of Euclid House is one of many community based activities that the gentlemen of Warrington House enjoy.
Grand House opened its doors in the summer of 1992 and is located on the same grounds as Terrace House, which opened that same summer. The seven men who reside at Grand House are very active and thoroughly enjoy all areas of their home. An exercise room is a feature of the Grand House. Its proximity to Terrace House provides many opportunities for neighborly interaction.
Terrace House, which is adjacent to Grand House, also opened in the summer of 1992. Terrace House has a total of seven residents, both men and women. The house is characterized by a relaxed living environment where television and radios provide a sense of calm. An outdoor gazebo is utilized by the residents to be closer to nature and their neighbors.
Verona House is located in South Euclid and has been open since November of 1998. The five residents of Verona House each have their own room. A beautiful, hilly yard borders the house to the back. The residents take advantage of the scenery and enjoy the view from their deck, filled with patio furniture. A spacious basement is used for leisure time and is beginning to be transformed into a sensory based area.
Green Road House, opened its doors in January of 2005. Green Road house is located in Cleveland, Ohio, just minutes from The Rose-Mary Center. Green Road house is an all male facility for adolescent men. The fenced yard and lush trees at Green Road House create a serene and safe living environment.
Ashton Lane House, Rose-Mary Center opened Ashton Lane, in conjunction with the Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities and The Division of Children and Family Services, in July 2012. Ashton Lane is located in Bay Village and provides a home like setting for four individuals. The spacious backyard is a hot spot that the residents enjoy. With the opening of Ashton Lane, the Center has expanded its footprint to the western suburbs of Cleveland.