Cleveland Area Resources

NOTE: This list may not be comprehensive; sites and URLs are subject to change. Information on these sites should not replace the medical advice from your health care provider. Please contact your provider for advice about your specific medical condition.

Page Updated 4/1/2013


Cleveland Community Resources – Listing includes: Emergency, Abuse, Community Action, Community Centers, Community Groups, Education, Employment/Training, Ethnic Groups, Food Resources, Government, Health Care, Health Resources, Homeless Resources, Housing Programs & Resources, Libraries, Mental Health and Help Lines, Money Matters, Seniors, Substance Abuse Treatment, Youth

Directory of Northeast Ohio Healthcare Providers, Crain’s Cleveland Business

American Cancer Society – 800-ACS-2345

ACS PATIENT NAVIGATORS – Trained Patient Navigators link those dealing with cancer to programs and resources

4th Angel – 800-223-2273 ext. 52573
Patient and Caregiver Mentoring Program: One-on-One Support

B.R.E.A.S.T. Program, MetroHealth Medical Center
A community outreach program that works to improve the breast health of uninsured and underinsured minorities

The Center for Health Affairs, Leading Advocate for Northeast Ohio Hospitals

Cleveland Minority Organ & Tissue Transplant Education Program

Cuyahoga County Board of Health

The Gathering Place Cleveland and Westlake locations – 216-595-9546
Serves all individuals with any type of cancer, providing free programs and services to support, educate and empower individuals and families touched by cancer.

Human Services 101: A Straightforward Guide to Social Services in Ohio A new resource that provides easy-to-understand, yet comprehensive, information on the social service systems that help Ohioans. The interactive guide includes straightforward descriptions of social service programs at the federal, state, and local levels, combined with interesting data, links, and facts for those who want to dig deeper.

Malachi House, Cleveland OH – 216-621-8831
Malachi House, created out of a Christian sense of ministry, serves persons who are terminally ill, without cost or regard to gender, race, religion or national origin. The home ministers to individuals in need of an available caregiver, who have limited or no financial resources and are in need of special home care. Trained staff volunteers provide spiritual, emotional and physical support with the assistance of a hospice team.

Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless (NEOCH)
Street Cards Printable one page resource guides for homeless families or veterans.
A non-profit coalition of service providers, housing activists, members, and homeless people.

Neighborhood Family Practice Community Health Located in Cleveland’s Stockyards and Tremont Neighborhoods – 216-281-0872 after hours
Accepts patients with Medicaid HMOs, commercial health insurance, Medicare, and offers a sliding fee scale for patients without health insurance. Bilingual Spanish and English counselors

Ohio Association of Free Clinics

Ohio Breast and Cervical Cancer Project (BCCP) – 614-728-2177
State-wide, high-quality breast and cervical cancer program offered at no cost to eligible women. The program is funded by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) with supplemental funding provided by the state. Eligible women who are diagnosed with breast cancer through this program qualify for BCCP Medicaid, which covers all costs of treatment. The Northeast Ohio Affiliate has a strong working relationship with the Ohio BCCP program.

Cuyahoga County Breast and Cervical Cancer Project – 1-800-443-2168

Northeast Ohio Neighborhood Health Services, Inc. (NEON) – 216-231-7700
15201 Euclid Ave., East Cleveland OH
In addition to healthcare and dental services, patients have access to social work, health education, family planning and nutrition counseling, all of which provide a multi-disciplinary approach to improved health outcomes. NEON provides free mammograms for women over age 40, for uninsured women and women who meet certain income criteria.

Southwest General Hospital Neighborhood Care Center (Free Clinic) – 440-816-6444
Primary health care services at no cost for qualified residents of the Health Center’s taxing district: Berea, Brook Park, Columbia Township, Middleburg Heights, Olmsted Falls and Strongsville
Free Clinic Education, Events and Screenings

Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Cleveland – 216-292-2873

United Way Cleveland: First Call for Help 211 – Connecting People to Community Services. 216-436-2100

Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio – 877-698-6264

 

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