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Perseverance in Hope 2014 Entertains, Enlightens and Energizes

Joseph’s Home Executive Director Georgette Jackson and Keynote Speaker Paul Meshanko On June 20, guests of Joseph’s Home’s 2014 Perseverance in Hope event left Windows on the River with the satisfying knowledge that they had helped acutely ill homeless men to heal their lives. Guests participated in a raffle for an iPad mini and bid […]

A Life Transformed: Mr. Baker

At Joseph’s Home, Mr. Baker found the help he needed to maintain his sobriety, stabilize his health and find permanent housing that meets his medical needs When U.S. Army veteran Mr. Baker decided to get help for his addiction to drugs and alcohol, he knew it would be hard. What he didn’t know was that […]

2014 Feast of St. Joseph Celebration

2014 FEAST OF ST. JOSEPH CELEBRATION Friends and supporters of Joseph’s Home gathered on the Feast Day of St. Joseph for a celebratory Mass and reception at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center. If you missed it this year, the Feast of St. Joseph falls on March 19 annually. Plan to join us in 2015. We […]

Joseph’s Home 2014 benefit luncheon to help severely ill homeless men

Joseph’s Home, the only Northeast Ohio organization with the sole mission of helping severely ill homeless men recover their health and stabilize their lives, will hold its signature annual fundraising event Friday, June 20 at 11:30 a.m. at Windows on the River in Cleveland. The event, Perseverance in Hope, celebrates the remarkable healing and achievements […]

Founding Sister Returns to Help Out In a Pinch

Tatjana (left) and her temporary replacement, Sr. Regina Joseph’s Home is a busy place and Administrative Coordinator Tatjana Trubaic helps keep the wheels turning smoothly. She answers the phone and door, writes meeting minutes and handles a variety of administrative duties for Executive Director Georgette Jackson. When Tatjana went on maternity leave for the final […]

A Life Transformed: Mr. Peterson

Mr. Peterson is thrilled to have safe, permanent housing When he arrived at Joseph’s Home in August 2013, Mr. Peterson sensed that his life was about to change for the better. “I felt safe,” he said. “I got a room. I can put my stuff there and it will still be there.” Not long before, […]

Collaboration Between Joseph’s Home and Tri-C Benefits Students, Homeless Clients

First published in the Campus District Observer  by Nathan Munn Acutely ill homeless men arrive at Joseph’s Home in Cleveland’s Central Neighborhood knowing they will receive a range of services to help recover their health and successfully transition to permanent housing. Nursing care, case management, wellness counseling and financial counseling are the most common needs. […]