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1 ST. MARTIN DE PORRES FAMILY CENTER RESOURCE GUIDE SERVING ZIP CODES: 44108, AND PARTS OF AND 44106

2 Contents Introduction... 4 Fact Sheet... 5 City of Cleveland / Government Offices... 8 Alcohol and Chemical Dependency Services... 8 Auto and Trucking Services Banks and Check Cashing Services Barbers and Beauty Salons Birth Certificates / Identification Burial Assistance Churches Churches Churches North Collinwood Churches South Collinwood Clothing and Shoes Clothing Distribution Sites Counseling Daycare Headstart Preschool Dental Services Diaper and Formula Assistance Disabilities and Special Needs Domestic Violence Services Dry Cleaners and Laundry Mat Services Early Childhood Services Employment Job Readiness Job Training Fatherhood Resources Food Pantries Food Pantries Food Pantries Food Pantries Furniture Thrift Stores Used Appliances

3 Grandparent and Kinship Caregiver Services Healthcare Housing Resources Legal Services Tenants and Landlords in Dispute Libraries Literacy Help Mental Health Providers Money Management Budget Counseling Parenting Child Support Recreation Arts Parks Museums Restaurant Carry Outs Schools Project Act Educational Resources Senior Centers and Resources Shelters Supermarket and Grocery Stores Support Groups Teen Services General Teen Services Parenting Teen Services Support Employment Job Skills Utility Assistance

4 INTRODUCTION This resource guide has been compiled for persons involved in the Neighborhood System of Care/Family to Family Program. Its purpose is to promote family preservation and ensure that families (birth, kinship and foster/adoptive) are aware of support in their own community. It provides families with a link to various services and programs that aim to empower and strengthen the family unit. If you have any questions regarding this resource guide, please contact one of the following Neighborhood System of Care staff: Virginia Hearn Neighborhood System of Care Supervisor (216) ext. 233 Kim Dickson Wraparound Specialist (216) ext 240 Lakeita S. Dimes Family Information Resource Specialist (216) ext. 262 Cynthia Pittman Wraparound Specialist (216) ext. 263 Carmen Williams Wraparound Specialist (216) ext

5 FACT SHEET ST. MARTIN de PORRES FAMILY CENTER 1264 East 123 rd Street, (216) Kevin Hodges, Agency Director St. Martin de Porres was founded in 1967 as an information and referral center housed in a storefront located on East 105 th Street in the Glenville Community. Today we serve more than 2,000 families annually from this Center which is in the heart of the community. We believe in the preservation of the family - in a state of positive mental health that meets the spiritual, economic, social, political, cultural and educational needs of its members. St. Martin de Porres is part of Catholic Charities, Diocese of Cleveland and draws on more than 100 services and programs at more than 40 sites. PROGRAMS AND SERVICES OFFERED AT THIS LOCATION Alcohol Anonymous (AA): Offers weekly Meetings (Tuesday evenings from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on the Lower Level) Family To Family Neighborhood System of Care: Supervisor, Ginny Hearn ext. 233 Wrap Specialists: Carmen Williams ext. 267, Cynthia Pittman ext. 263, Kimberly Dickson Ext. 240; Resource Specialist, Lakeita Dimes ext Offers supportive/wraparound services to all families involved with or at risk of becoming involved with Cuyahoga County Division of Children & Family Services. Offers space for Family Visitation. Facilitates monthly Glenville Collaborative meeting (3 rd Wednesday of each month from 12:30-2:00 p.m. with lunch provided. Meeting held in our conference room). Collaborative meeting attendees include service providers, community folk/professionals, para-professionals/ all resource families (foster/adoptive/kinship caregivers) and anyone interested in working to strengthen our community and preserve families. Cuyahoga Tapestry System of Care: Program Coordinator, Marcia Johnson - ext. 276 Parent Advocate, Hope Shepherd - ext. 238, Youth Advocate, Leonard Davis - ext. 234 HELP ME GROW (formerly called Early Start): Manager, Michelle Boclear ext. 261 Home visits to families with children up to 3 years providing info on growth & development and linkages to community resources. Head Start (morning and afternoon on the 2 nd floor): Instructor, Tracy Simpkins-Smith Provides quality preschool education and meals for children 3-5 years of age. MomsFirst (formerly Healthy/Family Healthy Start): Manager, Ronisha Quinn ext. 245 Offers outreach and home visiting supportive services to pregnant women to aid in reduction of infant mortality. Shoes & Clothes for Kids: Carolyn Jones ext

6 Provides shoes and clothes to families in need. YOUTH SERVICES: Outreach Workers: Monique Primm and Barry Quinn ext. 239 After school Programs (school based) o Monday through Thursday; 2:30 5:30 PM Grades K-6 Evening Programs o Tuesday and Thursday; 6:00 8:00 PM Grades 7-12 Summer Day Camp Youth Basketball SENIOR PROGRAM: Program Director, Patricia A. Page ext. 223 Arts & Crafts Bible Study Bingo, Board Games, and Billiards Case Management, Outreach and Supportive Services Chair Exercise, Low Impact Aerobics, and Health Screenings Congregate Meals Cultural Exposure Trips Socialization and Shopping Transportation EMERGENCY AND ADDITIONAL SERVICES: Office Administrator, Carolyn Blade- Jones ext. 224 Community Events and Educational Forums Community Service Food Pantry (monthly distribution for registered residents only! Once yearly for all others if food is available) Volunteer Services Work Experience Program (WEP) referrals from Neighborhood Family Service Centers ST. MARTIN DE PORRES FAMILY CENTER EMERGENCY SERVICES Carolyn Blade Jones, Office Administrator ext. 224 We have various services. Services are based on eligibility and availability. Some services may occur only at certain times of the year. We may be able to help with the following: Food Food is distributed* once a month to registered families. If you are not eligible for food from our food bank, you will be referred to other food banks and food pantries within your community; you also may be able to receive a onetime/once a year only emergency food bag from St. Martin de Porres Family Center if food is available. *Please call to verify the dates and times food will be distributed. Rent Shoes/Clothes for Kids Utilities 6

7 Even if your need is not listed, please call us. We may be able to refer you to the help that you need. To utilize our monthly food bank you MUST be registered. To register you will need the following: 1. Proof of address (must live in 44108) 2. Proof of income 3. Proof of dependents 4. Photo Identification TO SHOW PROOF YOU CAN ALSO BRING IN: Birth Certificate Medical Cards Social Security Cards Pay Stubs Employment & Family Services Printout WAITING LIST St. Martin de Porres Family Center may maintain a waiting list in some of its programs. Due to case volume or scheduling conflicts, our agency may not be able to provide a timely response to some inquiries. In those cases, it is our practice to refer the consumer to alternative settings and/or other service providers. HOURS OF OPERATION* Monday thru Thursday: 9:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m. Fridays: 9:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. *Please call to verify times. DAYS THAT WE ARE CLOSED New Year s Day Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Presidents Day Good Friday Memorial Day Independence Day (observed) Labor Day Thanksgiving Day Day after Thanksgiving Day Christmas Eve (observed) Christmas Day (observed) New Year s Eve (observed) 7

8 City of Cleveland / Government Offices Cleveland City Hall 601 Lakeside Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Cleveland Municipal Courts 1200 Ontario Cleveland, Ohio (216) Cleveland Department of Aging 601 Lakeside Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Department of Public Safety (Police, 6 th District Police) 881 East 152 nd Street Cleveland, Ohio (216) Police Mini Station Base East 105 th Street (216) Department of Parks and Recreation 500 Lakeside Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Mayor s Action Center 601 Lakeside Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Police Mini Station Base St. Clair Avenue (216) Police Mini Station Base Euclid Avenue (216) Alcohol and Chemical Dependency Services Al-Anon 75 Public Square, Suite #701 Cleveland, Ohio (216) Alcoholics Anonymous Cleveland District Office 1701 East 12 th Street Cleveland, Ohio (216) *Call to find the nearest group and individual meeting location 8

9 Alcohol and Chemical Dependency Services Alcohol and Drug Addiction Service Board of Cuyahoga County 614 W. Superior Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) OhioGuidestone 3235 Prospect Avenue Cleveland, Ohio Intake: (440) Foster Care and Adoption dial ext Catholic Charities, Diocese of Cleveland 3135 Euclid Avenue, Suite 202 Cleveland, Ohio (216) Services Provided: Chemical dependency services, assessments, intensive outpatient counseling, case management The Centers for Families and Children 1941 Taylor Road Cleveland Heights, Ohio (216) Central Intake: (216) Hours of Operation: 9:00 am 5:00 pm, Monday Friday Services Provided: A wide range of preventative services to youth ages 7-21, including counseling, assessments, and outpatient treatment Cleveland UMADAOP Circle of Recover 1215 E. 79 th Street (216) Services Provided: Pre-treatment, group sessions such as marijuana anonymous, and referral to other relevant and appropriate services. 9

10 Alcohol and Chemical Dependency Services Community Action Against Addiction (CAAA) 5209 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Services Provided: Counseling and drug treatment services Club Lee Road Cleveland Heights, Ohio (216) Services Provided: Prevention education and outpatient counseling that includes individual, group and family sessions Emanuel Promise of Hope P.O. Box E. 60 th Street Cleveland, Ohio (216) Services Provided: Drug and alcohol support groups Free Clinic of Greater Cleveland Substance Abuse Treatment Program Euclid Avenue (216) Hours of Operation: 5:30 pm 7:00 pm, Monday Thursday *Intake on a walk in basis. An assessment must be done. 10

11 Alcohol and Chemical Dependency Services Glenbeigh 2863 Route 45 Rock Creek, Ohio (440) Fax: (440) Services Provided: Chemical dependency treatment for adults including diagnostic evaluations, medical detoxification, and inpatient and residential programs. Hitchcock Center For Women 1227 Ansel Road (216) Services Provided: Residential treatment and aftercare services for women. Will accept one child with parent if the child is between 0-3 years of age. *Orientations are 9:00 am 11:00 am, Monday Friday. Walk-ins are welcome and all must bring a valid I.D. A referral is necessary if client needs an assessment. Key Decisions Positive Choices, Inc Euclid Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Fax: (216) Services Provided: Adult, adolescent and family chemical dependency and behavioral health care services, 72 hour driver intervention programs, substance abuse assessments, behavioral health consultation, outpatient and inpatient substance abuse treatment, individual counseling, domestic violence counseling, anger management and conflict resolution, power parenting skill development, court-mandated therapeutic prevention and wellness services 11

12 Alcohol and Chemical Dependency Services Mary Gooden ORCA House 1905 E. 89 th Street (216) or (216) Services Provided: Residential and inpatient substance abuse treatment services to men and women Matt Talbot Inn 2270 Professor Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Services Provided: Residential drug rehabilitation. *May be a waiting list of 4-6 weeks Mental Health and Substance Abuse Administrative 1925 St. Clair Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Treatment Center St. Clair Avenue (216) Services Provided: Assessments and individual counseling for men and women Narcotics Anonymous Recovery Resources 3950 Chester Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Services Provided: Information and referrals, preventative care, outpatient counseling, and assessments for families and children 12

13 Alcohol and Chemical Dependency Services Rosary Hall St. Vincent Charity Medical Center 2351 E. 22 nd Street, West Building, 2 nd Floor Cleveland, Ohio (216) Fax: (216) Services Provided: A 30-day intensive outpatient program for men and women, and a 3-5 day detox program. Rosary Hall will accept indigent clients within Cuyahoga County St. Martin de Porres Family Center 1264 E. 123 rd Street (216) Services Provided: AA meetings every Tuesday from 6:00 pm 8:30 pm Salvation Army 1710 Prospect Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Services Provided: Detox and stabilization unit, assessments and referrals and intensive outpatient counseling The Akoma Program Women s Circle For Recovery 6402 Haltnorth Ct. (off 64 th and Woodland) Cleveland, Ohio Services Provided: Assists families returning to the community from incarceration or who are on parole or probation. Offers prevention relapse education and support, works on self-esteem, staying sober and clean throughout the support of the 12 step program 13

14 Auto and Trucking Services D & W Tire Service 8820 St. Clair Avenue (216) Green Construction and Trucking Co. 488 E. 105 th Street (216) J & B Auto Repair Service Inc. 747 E. 105 th Street (216) Poor Man Rich Man Tires Superior Avenue (216) AAA Ohio Motorist Association (216) Washington Auto Repair 782 E. 105 th Street (216) Affordable Rubber Inc. 838 Eddy Road (216) St. Clair Tire Company St. Clair Avenue (216) Banks and Check Cashing Services Chase Bank St. Clair Avenue (216) Urban Partnership Bank 540 E. 105 th Street (216) Key Bank 1942 E. 105 th Street (216) Euclid Avenue East Cleveland, Ohio (216) US Bank St. Clair (216) Forest Hills Boulevard East Cleveland, Ohio (216) PNC Bank 979 E. 152 nd Street Cleveland, Ohio (216)

15 Barbers and Beauty Salons A New You St. Clair Avenue (216) Broadway Beauty Supply St. Clair Avenue (216) *Beauty supplies only Classy Divas 9905 St. Clair Avenue (216) Proper Kreations St. Clair Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Dessa s Beauty Salon 8930 St. Clair Avenue (216) Roots Barber Shop Superior Avenue (216) Birth Certificates / Identification Project Save Friendly Inn 2386 Unwin Road Cleveland, Ohio (216) Services Provided: Mentoring services, assistance with birth certificates and drivers license, assortment of used furniture *Items vary by what is in supply, but generally offer chairs, tables, couches, vases, and dinnerware. Agency has no large appliances. 15

16 Burial Assistance Bureau of Vital Statistics 601 Lakeside Avenue Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland residents: (216) Suburban residents: (216) Services Provided: Burial assistance for Cleveland residents only that have no other financial means or life insurance Catholic Diocese of Cleveland 1404 E. 9 th Street Cleveland, Ohio (216) Services Provided: Burial assistance for those of the Catholic religion with a referral from a Catholic priest Cummings & Davis Funeral Home Inc Euclid Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Strowder s Funeral Chapel 822 E. 105 th Street (216) Thomas G. Smith Funeral Home St. Clair Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Watson s Funeral Home Superior Avenue (216)

17 Churches Apostolic Faith Tabernacle 934 E. 105 th Street (216) Bright Star Missionary Baptist Shaw Avenue (216) Central Christian Church 697 E. 105 th Street (216) Cleveland Church of Christ 1035 E. 105 th Street (216) Cory United Methodist Church 1117 E. 105 th Street (216) Evening Star Missionary Baptist 9902 St. Clair Avenue (216) Glenville New Life Church Helena Avenue (216) Bethany Baptist 1211 E. 105 th Street (216) Christ Temple Church 860 Eddy Road (216) Charity Baptist Church 959 Parkwood Drive (216) Chapel Elim Gospel Industries Amor (216) Everlasting Baptist Church 579 Eddy Road (216) First Zion Baptist Church Garfield Avenue (216) Greater Abyssina Baptist 1161 E. 105 th Street (216)

18 Churches Glenville Church of God 744 E. 105 th Street (216) Glenville Seventh Day Adventist 737 E. 105 th Street (216) Greater Faith Baptist Church St. Clair Avenue Integrated Faith Assembly Morison Avenue (216) Mt. Moriah Baptist Church St. Clair Avenue (216) New Bethel Baptist Church 9305 St. Clair Avenue (216) Greater New Zion Baptist Church 997 Lakeview Road (216) Second Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church Prayer Garden 1319 East Boulevard (216) Historic Greater Friendship Baptist Church Arlington Avenue (216) Lee Memorial AME Multi-Purpose 861 E. 105 th Street (216) Mt. Olive Church 1221 E. 99 th Street (216) New Covenant Christian Church St. Clair Avenue (216)

19 Churches New Fellowship Baptist Church 1230 Parkwood Drive (216) Pilgrim Church of Christ Marlowe Avenue (216) St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church Westchester Avenue (216) Second Lakeview Baptist Church 893 E. 123 rd Street (216) Philemon Community Baptist Church Shaw Avenue (216) St. Aloysius Catholic Church St. Clair Avenue (216) Second St. John Missionary Baptist Church 717 E. 125 th Street (216) Straight Way Community Christian Church 9215 St. Clair Avenue (216) True Vine Baptist Church 954 Linn Drive (216) Churches Antioch Chapel Baptist Church 8869 Cedar Avenue (216) Balm Gilead Missionary Baptist Church Frank Avenue (216)

20 Churches Beth El AME Zion Church 1428 E. 110 th Street (216) Calvary Hill Baptist Church 2171 E. 103 rd Street (216) Glenville Church of Christ 9009 Wade Park (216) Trinity Outreach Ashbury Avenue (216) Greater Christian Unity Church 1357 E. 105 th Street (216) Burning Bush Evangelistic Missionary 1323 E. 110 th Street (216) Cedar Hill Baptist Church Cedar Road (216) Kingdom Life Ministries 1477 Addison Road (216) Pentecostal Church of Christ Chester Avenue (216) St. Marks Presbyterian Church 1319 East Boulevard St. Thomas Aquinas Church 9101 Superior Avenue (216)

21 Churches North Collinwood Anointed Gates 800 E. 152 nd Street Cleveland, Ohio (216) Golden Rule Church of God Diana Avenue Cleveland, Ohio Greater Bethel AME Thames Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Immanuel Presbyterian Church 326 E. 156 th Street Cleveland, Ohio (216) St. Jerome s Catholic Church Lake Shore Boulevard Cleveland, Ohio (216) Churches South Collinwood Beulah Missionary Baptist Church Cardinal Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Burning Bush Baptist Church 863 E. 150 th Street Cleveland, Ohio (216) Child Evangelism Fellowship St. Clair Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Church Tabernacle 326 E. 156 th Street Cleveland, Ohio (216) United Faith Missionary Church St. Clair Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216)

22 Clothing and Shoes Ashley Stewart Women s Apparel Euclid Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Christian Family Outreach 8219 Hough Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Men s Designer Outlet 1104 Euclid Avenue (216) Dot s Women s Apparel St. Clair Avenue (216) Martin s Men s Wear 696 E. 185 th Street Cleveland, Ohio (216) Birthright 960 E. 185 th Street, Suite 30 Cleveland, Ohio (216) *Offers infant to toddler clothing, pregnancy testing, crib and layettes distribution Rainbow Kids 1024 E. 152 nd Street Cleveland, Ohio (216) Right to Life 4427 State Road Cleveland, Ohio (216) Shoes and Clothes for Kids Program 3311 Perkins Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216)

23 Clothing Distribution Sites Citadel Community Meal / Clothing Program 1055 E. 105 th Street (216) Services Provided: Clothing, emergency good, haircuts, blood pressure screening, and diabetes testing Hours of Service: Every third Saturday of the month from 12:00 noon 2:00 pm Community AME Church 58 th Street Community Center / Multi-Purpose Community Center 5805 Lexington Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Services Provided: Free clothing in good condition for men, women, and children when available Hours of Service: Last two Wednesdays of each month from 4:00 pm 6:00 pm Greater Friendship Baptist Church Arlington (216) Services Provided: Clothing for the entire family Hours of Service: Every fourth Saturday of the month Kinship Kids Clothes Closet Fairhill Center Fairhill Road Cleveland, Ohio (216) Services Provided: Variety of donated gently used clothing for children who are being cared for by a relative 23

24 Clothing Distribution Sites Lee Memorial AME Church 861 E. 105 th street (216) Services Provided: General clothing provision Hours of Service: The first Saturday of each month 1:00 pm 3:00 pm and the third Wednesday of each month 2:00 pm 4:00 pm St. AME Church 2263 E. 40 th Street Cleveland, Ohio (216) Services Provided: Provides winter and summer clothing for primarily adults Hours of Service: Walk-in services are Fridays 11:30 am 1:00 pm. May call for more information Monday Friday, 8:30 am 4:00 pm The Living Waters Church of God North Lakeland Boulevard Euclid, Ohio (216) Services Provided: Clothing for the family may include shoes and coats if available. Each item is priced at $0.25 after the first visit. Hours of Service: Mondays 7:00 pm 8:00 pm and Tuesdays 10:00 am 2:00 pm. Closed every third Tuesday of the month 24

25 Clothing Distribution Sites West Side Catholic Center 3135 Lorain Avenue Cleveland, Ohio 4413 (216) Services Provided: Clothing for men, women, and children including infants. Clothing may include shoes and coats as well as other items. Functional household goods, baby items, toiletries, etcetera are also available. Agency will provide clients with bags. Hours of Service: Registration is held Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays 8:30 am 11:00 am. Clothing distribution is held Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays 9:00 am 11:00 am. Counseling Applewood Center 2525 E. 22 nd Street Cleveland, Ohio (216) Services Provided: Outpatient counseling for children, adolescents and families. Other programs include residential treatment, and alternative high school, in-home family counseling, foster and adoption services, diagnostic assessments and services for children who have been sexually abused. Achievement Center For Children 4255 Northfield Road Highland Hills, Ohio (216) Services Provided: Offers fifteen programs for families and children with medical disabilities, as well as ongoing support groups for families 25

26 Counseling Beech Brook Family Center 3737 Lander Road Pepper Pike, Ohio (216) Services Provided: Offers a variety of family health programs within the community, including in-home family counseling, outpatient counseling, residential and day treatment programs, foster and adoption services, and school counseling within an alternative setting Bellefaire Center Fairmount Boulevard Shaker Heights, Ohio (216) Services Provided: Offers a full residential treatment program for adolescents with severe behavioral, emotional, and social problems. Provides in-home family counseling, individual and outpatient counseling and foster care services. Also works with victims of sexual abuse. Bellflower Center For Prevention of Child Abuse Shaker Boulevard Cleveland, Ohio (216) hour Family Help Line: (216) OhioGuidestone 202 E. Bagley Road Berea, Ohio Intake: ext (Toll Free) General Information: (440) Fax: (440) Services Provided: In-home family counseling, individual and group counseling, chemical dependency programs for children and adults, and respite services. Other services include behavioral and mental health assessments, foster care, and school counseling within the Cleveland Municipal School District to juvenile offenders through Juvenile Court. 26

27 Counseling The Centers For Families and Children 4500 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, Ohio First Time Appointment: (216) Behavioral Health: (216) Services Provided: Offers a wide range of services to children and families, including outpatient counseling, mental health services, early head start program (children ages 0-3), and alcohol and substance abuse counseling Murtis H. Taylor Terrace Road East Cleveland, Ohio (216) Services Provided: Assessments, counseling, and medication 900 E. 105 th Street (216) Services Provided: Counseling for children with emotional, learning, and/or developmental problems Union Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Services Provided: Counseling for children with emotional, learning, and/or developmental problems Kaiser Permanente Behavioral Health Appointment Line: (216) Services Provided: Marriage and couples counseling *Fee is paid by Kaiser insurance 27

28 Counseling Catholic Social Services of Cuyahoga County 7800 Detroit Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Services Provided: Marriage Counseling *A $45.00 fee per one hour session, no insurance accepted Westside Ecumenical Counseling Solutions 6515 Bridge Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Services Provided: Marriage and couples counseling *Fee charged based on income Michael Armin, LISW 1450 SOM Center Road Cleveland, Ohio (440) Services Provided: Marriage and couples counseling *A $60.00 fee per one hour, no insurance accepted Daycare Head Start Preschool Ministerial Day Care Head Start Association 24 Hour Enrollment Hotline for All Locations: (216) Brackland Head Start Brackland Avenue (216)

29 Daycare Head Start Preschool Bright Star Kiddie Tot s Nursery School St. Clair Avenue (216) Cory Full Day Head Start 1117 E. 105 th Street (216) St. Thomas Head Start 9101 Superior Avenue (216) Huggable Child Care Center Superior Avenue (216) Nana Ella s Daycare Center 647 E. 140 th Street Cleveland, Ohio (216) Starting Point Childcare Referral Agency 4600 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Children First Learning & Enrichment Center Superior Avenue (216) St. Phillip Neri Head Start 799 E. 82 nd Street Cleveland, Ohio (216) Head Start Referral Council For Economic Opportunities of Greater Cleveland 1228 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Iowa Maple Elementary School Maple Avenue (216) St. Martin de Porres Family Center Head Start 1264 E. 123 rd Street (216) Willa s Little Tots Child Care Center 1442 E. 110 th Street (216)

30 Dental Services Case School of Dental Clinic 2123 Abington Road (off Cornell and Euclid) (216) Cuyahoga Community College Dental School Dental Hygiene Clinic 2900 Community College Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Greater Cleveland Dental Society 200 Treeworth Boulevard Broadview Heights, Ohio (440) Services Provided: Provides referrals to dentists within your community Dr. Eugene Jordan DDS Euclid Avenue Cleveland, Ohio (216) Dr. M.T. Miller DDS Inc Euclid Avenue Suite 206 East Cleveland, Ohio (216) Euclid/Superior Healthcare Dr. C. Marino DDS Euclid Avenue East Cleveland, Ohio (216) NEON Superior Health Center Superior Avenue (216)

31 Dental Services Wade Park Medical Dr. Roderick Adams Jr. H DDS 1464 E. 105 th Street Suite 203 (216) Diaper and Formula Assistance Cleveland Pregnancy Center 5273 Broadview Road (216) Goals: To provide clients with complete and accurate information about prenatal development and abortion; To assist women in carrying their baby to term by providing emotional support and practical assistance while sharing God s love and plan for their lives; To demonstrate integrity in dealing with clients, earning their trust, and providing information and services with the assurance of confidentiality. *Call Cleveland Pregnancy Center 24 hours a day Providence House 2037 West 32 nd Street Cleveland, Ohio (216) Fax: (216) United Hearts Life Mission 3339 Broadview Road Cleveland, Ohio (216) Services Provided: Free pregnancy testing, counseling and support, maternity and infant clothing as well as clothing for the entire family four times per year Hours of Operation: Monday and Wednesday 10:00 am 4:00 pm 31

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