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Empowering persons with disabilities to live fuller, more independent lives.

Helping men and women live their best life every day.


individuals have been in a NCCH home for 10+ years.

The pathway to independent living begins with your county agency.


Partnerships with 6 major NE Ohio Boards of Developmental Disabilities.

Because everyone deserves a place to call home!


of residents have been a NCCH resident for more than 10 years.

Boundless Journeys

Boundless Journeys

Serving the housing needs of individuals with disabilities is at the core of the North Coast Community Homes mission. However, the physical house is only a part of what makes a house a home.

Developmentally disabled adults and those living with mental health disabilities moving to supportive independent housing (an NCCH home) have little to no income. They are receiving social security/disability support, categorizing them as low-income.

Although NCCH provides housing at a reduced cost to residents, their limited personal income causes strain on individual finances and result in difficulties to establish the home environment or limit budget for food, clothing, personal items, etc.

Boundless Journeys will operate as a NCCH home goods centers, serving Individuals living in NCCH home by supplementing basic living needs and offering supportive items and activities to improve quality of life.

If you have a client living in Cuyahoga County, complete the questionnaire below.

Boundless Journeys Cleveland

If you have a client living in Summit County, complete the questionnaire below.

Boundless Journeys Akron

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The Metamorphosis of Isabella’s Closet

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Just as a caterpillar will move through a beautiful metamorphosis, Isabella’s Closet has grown and emerged has a generous resource serving Akron and Summit County. The community support to provide basic household items to help establish homes for people in need, has been at the core of the transformation into Boundless Journeys.


History of Isabella’s Closet

Isabella was a beautiful baby girl who was a most precious gift to her mother, Janice Stahl, an NCCH staff member. Isabella was born with a severe disability and Janice recognized that her daughter may one day need the housing services of NCCH.

At just 3-months old, Isabella died. Through a time of sadness and loss, a beautiful metamorphosis began for Janice. In celebration of the gift that was Isabella, Janice and friends began to engage community support to provide basic household items to help establish homes for people in need.

The Isabella’s Closet program is operational with the generous support from the community and Peg’s Foundation.


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