Congregate Living Facilities
New Housing Ohio has congregate living facilities located in five counties across Ohio. These facilities consist of group homes, shelters, and transitional living facilities.
Group Homes: Our group homes are located in Butler, Seneca, and Warren Counties. Our group homes are for disabled people and provide supervision and assistance with activities of daily living (ADL’s); coordination of services by outside healthcare providers; and monitoring of residents’ activities to help ensure their health, safety and well-being. These facilities are designed for people who either aren’t ready or aren’t appropriate for independent living, but who do not need medical care provided by nursing homes. Residents have their own room, but shared kitchen facilities.
Shelters: Our shelter, called Bernie’s Place, is located in Warren County. Residents can stay up to 90 days and must be both a Warren County resident and homeless upon entry.
Transitional Living Facilities: Our transitional living facility, called Morrison House, is in Seneca County. Residents can stay up to 6 months and must be both a Seneca County resident and homeless upon entry.
For more information about the Morrison House, please visit The Morrison House Webpage.