OakLeaf Homes (ICFs)

OakLeaf Homes understands that a comfortable environment is essential to living a productive and healthy life.  Recognizing this, the agency operates two Intermediate Care Facility (ICF) Group Homes, Edendale House and Memphis House.  Each home is fully accessible and provides 24-hour care for up to eight adults with a wide range of developmental and/or physical disabilities. OakLeaf Homes provides personal care and supports in an atmosphere that promotes a family environment.

Services at Edendale House and Memphis House may include:

  • Personal Care and Daily Supports
  • A Nurse is on call 24-hours-a-day
  • Life Skills Training
  • Meal Planning and Preparation
  • Grocery and Personal Shopping
  • Healthcare and/or Behavioral Health Coordination
  • Medication Assistance
  • Financial Management
  • Housekeeping
  • Social Development
  • Leisure Activities
  • Transportation
  • Community Inclusion Activities

Residents are encouraged to participate in outside activities including work, school, recreation, social activities and volunteerism to enhance self-reliance and decision-making capabilities.  A team of trained direct care staff and professionals assists individuals with the ultimate goal of being as independent as possible while residing in the community. A nurse is always on call. Edendale House and Memphis House are Medicaid certified through the Department of Health and licensed by the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities.  Memphis House specializes in serving individuals with significant medical challenges.

For more information on Edendale House or Memphis House, please contact: Renee Harrison, Group Home Program Manager and QIDP at (216) 791-8363, ext. 1293 or rharrison@ucpcleveland.org.