KOINONIA HOMES, INC
Koinonia is the largest private provider of services for people with
intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout Cuyahoga County
and employs a staff of over 500 people. Long-term care services are provided to
individuals living in 22 group homes (24/7 care); 50 supported living sites; and
3 Host Homes. In addition to residential services, The Center at Koinonia serves
day support, vocational and career needs. Total enrollment in both
Koinonia's residential, day, vocational and career programs is 459 participants.
Koinonia enriches lives through superior care and extensive programming,
responsive to each person's needs.
KOINONIA MEANS COMMUNITY
Koinonia (coin-o-NEE-yah) is a rich, complex word of Greek origin. Community, partnership and generous sharing are at the heart of the word.
When translated into English, it means fellowship.
Partnering with people who have developmental disabilities to achieve, healthy, fulfilling, enriched lives.
When Koinonia Homes, Inc. first opened its doors in 1974 to eight women at Leans House, supporters believed that with guidance and assistance, individuals with I/DD could participate in everyday community life and be contributing citizens in a meaningful way. Since then, Koinonia has grown exponentially, increasing the types of services provided and the number of people served. In 2006, Koinonia opened
Koinonia Enterprises where day programming needs are met and employment skills are taught.
Click here for additional history.
Koinonia is supported through Medicaid, funding from the Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities, private pay and donations.
It is Koinonia Homes, Inc's policy to provide benefits,
services and opportunities to all eligible individuals equally, without regard
to race, color, national origin, religion, age, gender, or handicap, in
accordance with the determined needs of the individual. For more information
about our policy, contact the Vice-President of Human Resources at 216.588.8777.