Transplant House of Cleveland

Transplant House of Cleveland is 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization with an important mission: to provide temporary, affordable housing in a home-like environment for organ transplant patients and their families while they visit Cleveland for medical care.  

The Transplant House of Cleveland board is searching for a facility for renovation while simultaneously growing its base of friends and raising much-needed funding.

Please join us in this mission to create a cozy, welcoming home-away-from-home where transplant families can face medical challenges with the help and support of others.  You can make the difference in many lives by contributing financially, sharing your skills and connecting us to others who can help us open our doors.

Help this vision become a reality by making a financial contribution. Click Here to donate to a great cause. Thank You!

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M.A.K.E. (Movement Awareness Kindness Everyday)

  • Transplant House of Cleveland 11514 Mayfield Road Cleveland, OH, 44106 United States (map)

M.A.K.E. is a distinctive approach to learning how to feel different and gain a new sense of what feels balanced. These classes will explore:

  • Patterns of movement

  • Essence of healthy posture from the

  • inside out

  • Relaxation

  • Fluid movement through awareness

  • kindness, self care, and an open heart

This is one of the many ways we hope to help people find a sense of peace and calm. While patients are welcome to attend, they must ask their doctor about the range of motion they are allowed. For any questions, ask for Deanne at 216-938-9553.

Parking can be found in the lot behind our building, accessible by Circle drive (driveway across the street from the big parking garage, in-between the brick wall and brick building) or East 115th St (Brick driveway next two a two story gray house and two story brick building). Call the office (216-938-9553) with any questions.

Earlier Event: February 25
Later Event: March 1
Coffee for Caregivers

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