What We Do
Maple Leaf Community Residences, Inc. is an IRS certified 501 C (3) non-profit corporation dedicated to providing and maintaining high quality, safe, affordable residential housing for people with disabilities, since 1991.
Maple Leaf’s primary goal is to purchase or rent homes to provide residences for people referred to us by the Geauga County Board of Developmental Disabilities, GCBDD, Metzenbaum Center. Our responsibilities include maintenance, with an emphasis on health and safety and required architectural improvements for people with particular disabilities. Maple Leaf is a non-profit corporation.
Most of our homes are four or five bedroom units with at least two bathrooms. We currently have 22 residences providing homes for three or four people each; we also have one condominium with two residents and one home with one resident.
One of our goals is to increase the number of homes available to future residents.
The sources for our monies are varied, and in the current economy, difficult to develop.
Some of these sources are detailed on our fundraising and donations page.
Our Mission Statement
It is the mission of Maple Leaf Community Residences, Incorporated to provide quality, safe and affordable residential housing to persons with disabilities.
Our Values Statement
our homes to the highest standards in order to be a positive influence in the communities where we are located.
the organizations finances responsibly and efficiently in order to provide organizational stability and integrity.
mutually beneficial relationships with private and public organizations that have similar purposes.
continual growth that assists meeting the housing needs of the individuals we serve.
that present and future residents are treated with dignity, respect, and fairness.