Sunshine House Inc.

is a diverse community
service organization
whose purpose is to
achieve full participation
in society for all people
with special needs.


Year-End 2016
Year-End 2015


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Sunshine House Inc. has long been known as a service provider for individuals with developmental disabilities. Whether it has been through job placements, work services or adult day services, providing support and care to meet a high level of expectations has always been one of our hallmarks.

As we grow into our 45th year of service we look toward tomorrow and how we can further serve the needs and demographics of our Door County community.  After much study and community conversation, the Board of Directors of Sunshine House has decided to take a service that we are already providing, adult day care, and to expand that beyond those with developmental disabilities to include those with Alzheimer’s, dementia, Parkinson’s, arthritis, stroke, memory loss, cognitive impairment, the medically frail and seniors in general who are looking for a community to belong to.

As a part of this expansion of services, our facility will be undergoing a 4-phase series of construction and remodeling so that we have a specific space we can offer to this new clientele. We truly see this as a Life Enrichment Program that will focus on providing a meaningful day through individualized care.   It will also serve as a respite program for caregivers who need a break, but want the confidence of knowing that the loved ones they have dedicated their time and efforts to caring for, are in good hands.

Sunflower Cottage, our new Adult Enrichment Day Program, will be housed under the Sunshine House Inc. roof and will be utilizing some resources from the current Sunshine House Inc. program.  The space, however, will be completely separate from our current program, including a separate entrance, kitchen, bathroom and activity center.  It will be a homelike center where our clients can feel a high level of familiarity and comfort. 


No person shall, on the grounds of race, color or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.


For more information about Sunflower Cottage, visit the website at www.SunflowerCottage.org.

For more information about our Capital Campaign and the four phases of remodeling, view our online Capital Campaign information brochure.



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