2346 West 14th St. | Cleveland, Ohio 44113

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Career Opportunities

Want a career, not just a job? A career that enables you to help remarkable people and feel great about yourself? Develop leadership and high-demand skills? A career with a future? Watch this video about the profession of Direct Support Professional, then visit our website to explore how to apply for open positions with one of the leading agencies in the state: Rose-Mary. You bring the compassion, desire and energy. We’ll provide the training that can lead to a rewarding career. Learn More!

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Serving Children & Adults with Developmental Disabilities

About Rose-Mary



In 1922, Mr. Caesar A. Grasselli, President of Grasselli Chemical Works, deeded his family’s summer home to the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland as a home for children with physical and mental disabilities. Under Catholic Charities Diocese of Cleveland, Rose-Mary began as a ministry of the Sisters of the Humility of Mary. Rose-Mary gets its name from the Blessed Virgin and the beautiful rose gardens that Caesar Grasselli’s wife, Johanna, had created behind the mansion.

In 1967, we revised our mission to serve children with intellectual and developmental disabilities. In 1989, with the opening of our first adult group home, we expanded operations to serve all ages from childhood through end of life.  We now operate multiple group homes throughout Cuyahoga County.

Rose-Mary is the product of a long list of volunteers, professionals, trustees, organizations, religious and clergy whose skill, commitment and energy have become a reputable part of our history.

Today, we proudly serve over 100 individuals through our residential services and Adult Day Services program and we continue to change and expand.

With our Homes for Our Future: Community Integration Project, we opened seven state-of-the-art homes and moved our residents from Rose-Mary in Euclid into more intimate settings of four to six bed homes located in neighborhoods in Cuyahoga County.  Rose-Mary ceased its operations in Euclid in December 2016. Rose-Mary has restructured its organization to better equip our staff and has become a leader in Ohio at the forefront of innovative care.

As an agency of the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland, Rose-Mary provides services to all people regardless of race, sex, religion, national origin, or disability.

Applicants to all Rose-Mary programs are evaluated on an individual basis. The admission and administration teams assess each individual’s medical, psychological, and therapeutic treatment.

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The Art of Giving Success

Success!

We humbly thank all the people who generously supported our recent special event “The Art of Giving”, raising more than $95,000 to help create a new home for children with very high needs. You have made a tremendous difference, and we had a lot of fun doing it with you! We shall keep you apprised of our progress. And be sure to join us next year.

Giving Opportunities

Giving Opportunities

Rose-Mary relies on support from our community in order to provide quality care to children and adults with disabilities. Learn More!

Programs & Services

Programs & Services

At Rose-Mary, we aim to provide the best care for the children and adults with intellectual disabilities that we serve. View all our programs & services.

Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities

Rose-Mary is a leader in providing innovative services to children and adults with disabilities.  Learn More about how you can become part of our team!