The Morrison House, 107 W. Perry St., opened in early December. The former bed-and-breakfast, operated by New Housing Ohio, is a transitional housing facility is for people who find themselves homeless and without hope.
Residents may live in Morrison House for three to six months, she said. The amount of time a person stays in the house depends on how quickly they can find employment and living arrangements.
The house has seven bedrooms, a few of which have bunk beds for families. Maximum occupancy is 28.
The Morrison House.
The house got its name from Kenneth and Anna Morrison, former residents of Tiffin who used to take in young men too old to stay at the Junior Home Orphanage.