Founded in 1989, Christ Centered Homes (CCH) is a premier nonprofit provider of living assistance residence services for persons with developmental disabilities – people with diagnoses ranging from mild to moderate to severe.
CCH offers affordable individualized services that empower residents to improve their lives. Residents receive personalized care from a multidisciplinary medical team at CCH, which has established an overall quality of care that is accredited by organizations that set national management standards. In addition, CCH has received high ratings in internal and external surveys of its residents, their loved ones and guardians.
Currently, CCH provides living assistance, medical care and personal development training to about 160 people in 28 single-family home-style structures located in fine residential communities in Jackson, Lenawee, Hillsdale and Calhoun counties. Most homes have six residents.
On average, CCH homes are 3,000 square feet in size with four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a full kitchen. The homes are managed by a residential staff that provides individualized services on a ratio basis of three staffers to each resident. This staff-to-resident ratio is a vast improvement on the service ratios of the mental health hospitals where many CCH consumers previously resided.