Members are responsible for purchasing and preparing their own food. This house has a fully outfitted shared kitchen.
Prospective members of Rochdale House must submit an application form online. They must then complete a phone interview with the central office to determine eligibility. The central office confirms their membership.
Rochdale house features an industrial kitchen and large meeting space. This house is named after the birthplace of the modern Co-operative movement. The movement was born when 28 mill workers opened a Co-operative shop on Toad Lane in Rochdale, England on December 21st, 1844. CCRI purchased Rochdale House in 1952.