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> CITY OF CLEVELAND
Link to Cleveland City Services and Programs

> CUYAHOGA COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH
The Cuyahoga County Board of Health provides a wide range of public health programs and services. For more information on what is offered, contact 216-443-7500.

> CUYAHOGA COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION MAIN SITE
The Cuyahoga County Planning Commission has been serving as a planning and decision-making resource for the public sector of Cuyahoga County. Agency staff provides services to the County, municipalities, regional agencies and not-for-profit corporations.

> CUYAHOGA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SENIOR AND ADULT SERVICES
The Mission of the Department of Senior and Adult Services is to provide quality in-home and community services to seniors, disabled and vulnerable adults based on individual need.

> FAIRHILL CENTER
You can find a wide variety of programs and services at Fairhill Center for older adults. Learn new skills, make new friends, and continue your lifelong learning! Contact 216-421-1350 for more information.

> FIRST CALL FOR HELP
United Way's 211/First Call For Help is a free and confidential information service ready to direct you to the health and human services you need in Cuyahoga County.

> GREATER CLEVELAND REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY
RTA services, rider information, news, and organization information.

> NOACA – NORTHEAST AREAWIDE COORDINATING AGENCY
A Federally funded designated Metropolitan Planning Organization for five counties of Northeast Ohio. It's chief functions are to provide long and short-range transportation planning, transportation-related air quality planning and area wide water quality management planning.

> OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (ODOT)
A link to the state of Ohio'S transportation system as well as the Bureau of Motor Vehicles. You will find traffic information, road conditions and information about programs for seniors and the disabled.

>UNITED WAY OF GREATER CLEVELAND
United Way of Greater Cleveland makes a difference in the lives of more than 400,000 people throughout Greater Cleveland each year. We provide funding to more than 200 programs provided by our 105 partner agencies and 21 newly funded agencies. These programs are carefully reviewed through a citizen review process and meet well-established professional standards for nonprofit management practices, financial management and service provision.

> WESTERN RESERVE AREA AGENCY ON AGING (WRAAA)
The Area Agency is responsible for planning, coordinating and administering state and federal funded programs and services for older adults.

 
   
 


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