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AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland
The Taskforce serves as a primary provider in Cleveland of both community based HIV prevention education, and non-medical direct services to people living with HIV and AIDS. The AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland provides a compassionate and collaborative response to the needs of people infected, affected and at risk of HIV/AIDS. This is accomplished through leadership in prevention, education, supportive services and advocacy.
Care Alliance Health Center is a non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) whose mission is to provide high-quality health care, patient advocacy and related services to people who need them most, regardless of their ability to pay, in a manner that is cost-effective and that empowers people to improve their quality of life.
The City Mission
The City Mission offers a variety of programs: overnight shelters and residential transitional programs for homeless men, women and children; spiritual aid for those incarcerated; daytime, afterschool, and evening youth programs; necessities for the poor including clothing and food; and an overnight camp experience for urban youth and families. The City Mission has three locations: E.55th and Carnegie Avenue, Laura’s Home on Puritas Avenue in Cleveland and Grand Valley Christian Retreat Center in Ashtabula County.
Cuyahoga County Board of Health
The Board of Health provides a broad range of quality driven public health programs and services. Services and programs include: CCBH DIET Program, Cardiovascular Health Program, Child and Family Health Services, Child Fatality Review, Community Nutrition, Coordinated School Health, Dental OPTIONS Regional Referral Program, Aging Programs, Lead Poisoning Prevention, School Wellness Policy Program, Teen Wellness Initiative, Tobacco Use Prevention Program.
The Free Clinic
The Free Clinic’s programs are designed to meet the pressing needs that have arisen in the community throughout the years. Today, seven programs are offered to help meet the acute and chronic health care needs of our patients: medical services, HIV/AIDS services, mental health services, substance abuse treatment, dental clinic, case management, community education, advocacy initiative program
Neighborhood Family Practice
Neighborhood Family Practice is a non-profit community health center providing quality primary healthcare services to patients of all ages on the West Side of Cleveland, OH. We accept patients with Medicaid HMOs, commercial health insurance, Medicare, and offer a sliding fee scale for patients without health insurance. Our sites are located in Cleveland’s Stockyards and Tremont neighborhoods.
NEON is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) network of community health centers dedicated to improving access to health care and reducing health disparities in Greater Cleveland. NEON provides primary care services including family medicine, adult medicine, pediatrics, geriatrics, obstetrics and gynecology. Behavioral health and dental services are offered at most of our health center sites. On-site ancillary services include laboratory, pharmacy, X-ray, mammography and ultrasound. Patients have access to services seven days a week through extended evening and weekend hours.
North Coast Health Ministry
For over 20 years, North Coast Health Ministry (NCHM) has been providing healthcare to uninsured people living on the West Side. A faith-based free clinic, we are a bridge to better health for 2,000 individuals who have no other place to go. With the support of dozens of volunteer physicians and nurses, as well as clerical volunteers, NCHM is able to provide primary health care, specialty referrals, prescription assistance, and health education to low-income individuals and families.
Ohio Benefit Bank (OBB)
The Ohio Benefit Bank (OBB) connects low and moderate-income Ohioans with access to work supports such as tax credits and public benefits.
Ohio Association of Community Health Centers
Ohio’s Federally Qualified Community Health Centers (FQHCs) are required to provide care to all patients regardless of a person’s insurance status or ability to pay. The Ohio Association of Community Health Centers (OACHC) is a non-profit, professional trade association representing all 34 of Ohio’s Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs, or Community Health Centers). Our Mission is to ensure access to high-quality affordable health care for all Ohioans through the growth and development of Ohio’s FQHCs.
The Salvation Army of Greater Cleveland
Whether it’s embracing the homeless, uplifting the abused or abandoned, training and mentoring the disadvantaged, providing character building programs for youth, or assisting the displaced or elderly, The Salvation Army’s goal remains the same: serving the most people, meeting the most needs, DOING THE MOST GOOD! Various services are offered, including homeless programs, recovery services, education, senior services, emergency food programs and more.