Women Helping Women

SCARBOROUGH HOUSE

 
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SINCE 1985

Established - Respected - Mature

With a vision to serve the needs of recovering women and the support of Father Berard Scarborough and the Matt Talbot Inn, Scarborough House purchased a small lot with two homes in Cleveland's Tremont neighborhood.  Scarborough House welcomed their first resident in July of 1985.   Thereafter, Scarborough enjoyed support from the Junior League of Greater Cleveland and in 1990 made the decision to separate from the Matt Talbot Inn.  

 

Since that time, the house has consistently operated under the guidance of a Board of Directors and a House Manager who are steadfast in the original vision to provide non-institutional recovery housing for women in recovery. 

 

Today, Scarborough House meets the criteria for Level II under the levels defined by the National Association of Recover Residences (NARR) and adheres to the standards of care defined by ODMHAS and NARR. Scarborough is certified Ohio Recovery Housing. 

 

Regardless of the changes that occurred over the past 34 years, Scarborough's vision to serve the needs of recovering women has remained the same, we maintain our commitment to assist residents to:

  • Develop the ability to interact in a group situation;

  • Cultivate a sense of responsibility towards themselves and others;

  • Discover their individual potential for growth and development; and

  • Learn to live independently.

 

ACTIVITIES

Stabilize - Venture - Grow

Scarborough House is committed to supporting women as they change and shape their lives.. The work we do is aimed at providing a holistic approach to addressing some of our resident's biggest challenges and providing the support necessary for them to grow and develop into whom they determine they are meant to be.

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WEEKLY GROUP MEETINGS

RECOVERY COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

INDIVIDUALIZED SUPPORT

 
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“The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be.”

Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

MAKE A CONTRIBUTION

We thank you for your support!

Scarborough House appreciates the generosity and involvement of people like you, with every contribution going towards making Scarborough House an even better organization. 

 

Please feel free to make a financial contribution via the Pay Pal button below or a tangible donation by contacting us directly.   We will keep an up-to-date wish list on the Facebook site so that you can contribute meaningfully to directly support our recovering residents. 

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CONTACT SCARBOROUGH HOUSE

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