Siffrin was founded in 1976 with the intent to provide homes to people with disabilities in our community rather than institutional settings. Today, Siffrin continues to assist people live independently and safely in their community through two separate programs.
community support services
in-home support services
The Community Support Services program is designed to teach and support people residing in their own home, or a family member's home, and require minimal but on-going assistance. Daily living supports are provided to help the person improve and/or maintain independence.
CSS also assists people who live independently in the community to stay connected with their friends by organizing Trips & Activities
The Supervised Living program provides up to 24-hour support services to people living in a home in the community.
The goal of the program is to enhance the life of each person by providing the staff assistance needed to live happily, safely and as independently as possible in their neighborhood.
Siffrin homes are located in safe, attractive neighborhoods.
If you or someone you know is interested in moving into a home with others that share your interests, click to view our homes.
Ohio Shared Living encompasses personal care and supportive services provided to an adult by a live-in caregiver. This can be in a caregiver's home or in the home of a person who needs support.
It’s more than just sharing a home: it’s sharing a family and experiences.