Board of Directors

a large RInternal Revenue Service recognizes Renaissance House, Inc. as 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization. All donations to the organization are tax-exempt to the full extent of the law. Renaissance House, Inc. is governed by a four member volunteer Board of Trustees.

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Services

Renaissance House, Inc. serves individuals with developmental disabilities in two primary settings – group homes and the client’s own home (supported living). A total of 76 homes are spread over a five-county area serving more than 110 clients.

Holly from Seneca CountyGroup homes are home to three or four persons each. Great effort is taken to create a true home for each person. All persons living in a group home have their own bedroom. Group homes are staffed 24 hours-a-day, seven days-a-week to assure proper supervision and support to residents. Staff members work with each client to establish a realistic daily routine of work and community-based programming. These types of routines are necessary to promote independence, maintain self worth, and learn necessary living skills and appropriate social skills.

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Office Locations

a pretty house in Huron CountyRenaissance House, Inc. serves individuals with developmental disabilities over a five-county area that includes Seneca, Hancock, Huron, Erie, and Sandusky counties. A total of 68 households and houses are owned by Renaissance House, Inc., and licensed by the Ohio Department of DD. Other homes are leased by the organization or owned by the individuals being served.

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About Us

The Letter RFounded in Tiffin, Ohio in 1980, Renaissance House, Inc. is a private nonprofit organization established to provide residential services to individuals with developmental disabilities. Renaissance House, Inc. has experienced continuous growth over the past 32 years. From providing services to six men living under one roof, Renaissance House, Inc. has grown to serve more than 130 individuals in a five-county area including Seneca, Hancock, Huron, Erie and Sandusky counties. In most cases, services are provided to people in their own homes. Assistance ranges from intensive 24-hour-per-day care to daily drop-in visits.

Jerry with a lawn mowerThe organization's mission is to enable individuals with disabilities to be cared for in their own homes, enjoy relationships with valued community members and play an important role in society. In support of their mission, Renaissance House, Inc. works with each individual to develop a program that meets their needs for positive relationships, acceptance, love, commitment, and emotional support. Clients are assisted with choosing safe and affordable housing, dressing well, practicing good hygiene and participating in community life. Skills of daily living such as cooking, home maintenance, managing finances, etc. are also taught by our staff.

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