TOLEDO, Ohio — On top of a small hill outside of downtown Toledo sits the Caleb House with its brown shutters and fenced-in yard.
“In order to have self-sufficiency, there needs to be a place where folks can build independent living skills,” said Savannah Rayford, the VP of programs and services at Cherry Street Mission Ministries.
That’s where Caleb House comes in. The house is the newest expansion from Cherry Street Mission Ministries and Unison Health. Opening this past July, Caleb House lets four people who have barriers to housing live there for 12 to 24 months. And begin the transition to independent living.