Across Continents

How far would you go to save your child’s life? For the Blondet/Villacorta family from Lima, Peru, the answer is 3,700 miles. Hear their story and the impact RMHC NEO had on their journey… read more

Keeping families close®

RMHC® Northeast Ohio gives a family with a sick child what they need most — each other.

We believe when a child receives care, family needs to be there.

That’s why we help families stay together and near their hospitalized children in our Ronald McDonald House® and Ronald McDonald Family Room® programs.

We believe all families deserve access to quality care.

That’s why we help to reduce barriers, providing a comfortable place to stay at no cost to families. It’s why we bring dental care to children with our Ronald McDonald Care Mobile®, offer a fun STAR Center learning environment while siblings receive outpatient care, and connections to resources through

Please join us.

Our Programs

Ronald McDonald House family

Ronald McDonald House programs in Cleveland and Akron give families a welcoming place to stay so they can focus on caring for their children.

Mom at a Family Room getting coffee

Ronald McDonald Family Room programs in four Cleveland-area hospitals offer a space for families to rest and recharge just steps from their child’s treatment room.

A child receives dental care in the Care Mobile

Ronald McDonald Care Mobile, in partnership with UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s, provides dental service to children ages 3-12 in underserved areas of Northeast Ohio.

Learning at the STAR Center

Ronald McDonald STAR Center at Cleveland Clinic Children’s Outpatient Center is a fun learning environment for children during siblings’ outpatient visits.

Woman using laptop and viewing website, the online Ronald McDonald Family Resource Link, supports the well-being of families and children with challenges, disabilities and health care needs.

Latest Chapter News & Events

two preemie twins in crib together

Any Distance is a Lifetime Away

The Wagners never imagined needing to be closer to a hospital than their suburban Cleveland home. When their twins were born prematurely at 26 weeks, all that changed.

In Their Shoes

On Father’s Day, this father will not be putting his feet up, celebrating at a barbeque or ball game. He will be walking 33 miles from the Akron to the Cleveland Ronald McDonald House…

hispanic adult and child

New from

It can be helpful for caregivers of children who have special needs or complex medical conditions to find a community of supportive people who understand the challenges you have faced…