Founded in 1908, Benjamin Rose is a Cleveland-based nonprofit whose mission is to advance support for older adults and caregivers by deepening the understanding of their evolving needs in a changing society; developing and delivering innovative, high-quality solutions; and promoting effective public policies.
Programs and subsidiaries:
Home- and Community-based services: Home care, adult day services, social work, mental health services, including day treatment, and Senior Companions.
Rose Centers for Aging Well: Provides home-delivered meals, as well as hot lunches, programs and services at 7 senior center locations throughout Cleveland, East Cleveland and Oakwood.
Empowering and Strengthening Ohio’s People (ESOP): Fosters the economic empowerment of disenfranchised communities through outreach education and advocacy, including HUD-approved housing and financial counseling.
Margaret Wagner Apartments: Offers supportive housing for low-income seniors.
Research and Education: Conducts applied aging studies that enhance the lives of older adults and caregivers. Education and training programs disseminate the latest information about aging issues to professional and lay audiences.
Community Advocacy: Identifies and influences public policies that impact older adults and their caregivers.