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2014-2015 Funded Programs

*You may direct 100 percent of your donation of $50 or more to our partner agencies (indicated below with an asterisk). If you wish to designate to any other agency listed below, you may direct 50 percent of your donation of $100 or more.

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   Company Name   Business Phone   Impact Area   Agency Name   Program Description   Website   2010 Grant 
1-2-3 Read (216) 749-9420 Education Cuyahoga County Public Library One-on-one tutoring for first and second graders identified as not reading on grade level. www.cuyahogalibrary.org $58,381
2100 Lakeside Emergency Men's Shelter (216) 696-2715 Income Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry* The key link to partners providing permanent supportive housing, transitional housing, treatment, housing vouchers, and apartment searches. Men who are homeless receive services appropriate to their needs to assist them in finding or returning to safe, affordable housing as soon as possible. www.lutheranmetro.org $65,000
AARP Experience Corps (216) 391-9500 Education Greater Cleveland Volunteers* One-on-one tutoring for CMSD elementary school children identified as not reading on grade level. www.greaterclevelandvolunteers.org $56,200
Academic and Social and Emotional Learning for At-risk Youth (216) 229-1900 Education Open Doors Inc Enrichment program for middle school youth living in at risk environments that empowers students to make wise decisions, to engage in positive relationships with their peers and to prepare for further education www.opendoorsacademy.org $87,600
Access to Justice through Mediation Project (216) 621-1919 Income Cleveland Mediation Center* Using mediation so that low-income clients can resolve their legal issues without going to court. Addressing issues of landlord-tenant disputes, neighborhood disputes, and family disputes, avoids clients going to small claims court or civil court that can lead to indebtedness that could be avoided through mediation services. www.clevelandmediation.org $50,000
Adult Case Management (216) 579-1330 Health Epilepsy Association* The Epilepsy Association's Adult Case Management Program provides person-centered, culturally competent services to low income individuals to facilitate the coordination of care for persons living with epilepsy and a comorbid mental health condition. The program utilizes case managers, who work with consumers to achieve individualized goals, building improved health and resilience. www.epilepsyinfo.org $55,000
Adult Guardianship Services (216) 696-2715 Health Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry* AGS provides comprehensive guardianship services, including chronic disease care management and access to healthcare, to vulnerable adults (adults with dementia and adults with severe mental illness) in Cuyahoga County. Trained staff and volunteer guardians serve as advocates and surrogate decision-makers. www.lutheranmetro.org $67,000
Adult Guardianship Services Transportation (216) 696-2715 Health Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry* Adult Guardianship Services provides comprehensive guardianship services, including chronic disease care management and access to healthcare, to adults with dementia and adults with severe mental illness in Cuyahoga County. Guardian assistants coordinate transportation and accompany each individual to their medical appointment or treatment. www.lutheranmetro.org $21,349
America Scores After School Literacy and Health Programming (216) 881-7988 Education America Scores Cleveland Provides literacy and health programming that measurably improves language arts skills, fitness levels, and civic engagement. www.americascores.org $28,000
Audiology Patient Assistance Program (216) 231-8787 Health Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center* The goal of CHSC's Audiology Patient Assistance program is to provide hearing aids, assistive listening devices, & hearing aid repairs to low-income residents of Greater Cleveland. Expected outcomes: having hearing aids will help people continue working and living independently; ability to effectively participate in meaningful activities, decreasing isolation, and depression. www.clevelandhearingandspeech.org $56,145
Baldwin Wallace Scholars Program (440) 826-3530 Education Baldwin Wallace University Preparing academically at risk African American Male students for post secondary success by providing assistance in academic enrichment, college preparation, and leadership and service. www.bw.edu $92,400
Beech Brook Family Drop-In Center (216) 831-2255 Health Beech Brook/Family Health Program* The Family Drop-In Center provides parents with education, support, & coordinated care that will assist them with keeping their families healthy, safe & intact. Undergirding all services is an emphasis on safe, non-violent parenting that will reduce incidents and patterns of trauma in children. www.beechbrook.org $50,000
Beyond Identities Community Center (216) 357-3131 Health AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland* Beyond Identities Community Center utilizes the evidence-based, empowerment intervention to reduce HIV/AIDS risk among youth by increasing their condom use, personal risk awareness, and supporting healthy group and community norms around HIV/AIDS through peer-based messaging, events, education and socialization. www.aidstaskforce.org $50,000
Caring for Trauma with Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP) (440) 835-6212 Health Far West Center* The WRAP program is a psychoeducational group intervention consisting of weekly 2- hour group sessions for persons with mental illness. This program utilizes focused trauma-recovery interventions and an empowerment model to promote healing from trauma and foster self-management addressing life trauma and its consequences. www.farwestcenter.com $36,000
Central Intake System (216) 623-6555 Income Frontline Service* At the core of the Progressive Engagement strategy, Central Intake System works closely with 2100 Lakeside Men's shelter and Norma Herr Women's Center shelter to assess every person and family seeking shelter. They determine if an immediate intervention might prevent the episode of homelessness. If a shelter stay cannot be prevented, ongoing services address the current housing crisis and quickly get the family or individual in shelter and back to permanent housing. www.mhs-inc.org/ $87,000
Children's Services Case Management (216) 791-8363 Health United Cerebal Palsy Association of Greater Cleveland* The Case Management program provides support, advocacy, education and assistance to families of young clients ages 0 to 21 with disabilities or developmental delays. The program helps clients access the supports necessary to build the skills and confidence to promote their physical, cognitive, language/communication and emotional growth. www.ucpcleveland.org $50,000
Chronic Care Coordination Program (216) 781-6228 Health Care Alliance Health Center* Care Alliance's Chronic Care Coordination Program is dedicated to supporting chronically ill patients in managing their illness and appropriately utilizing primary health care. To improve patient health and quality of life, Care Alliance provides wrap around, comprehensive services beyond the traditional primary care visit connecting patients to needed resources. www.carealliance.org $63,000
Chronic Disease Management for Seniors and Early Intervention (216) 791-8118 Health Cleveland Sight Center* CSC uses case management to assist its oldest and youngest clients in managing their chronic condition through Early Intervention (EI) and Social Work for Seniors (SW). The program provides comprehensive support for individuals who are blind or have low vision meet the needs of both target populations. www.clevelandsightcenter.org $45,000
Chronic Disease Management Program (216) 721-4010 Health Free Medical Clinic of Greater Cleveland The Chronic Disease Management Program increases and improves patient access at The Free Clinic and within the community. This program helps patients manage their chronic illness more effectively through a coordinated system of care involving patient navigation practices. www.thefreeclinic.org $40,000
Chronic Disease Self Management (216) 421-1350 Health Fairhill Partners Chronic disease self-management is a workshop for adults with one or more chronic health conditions, offered over a six-week period. Classes are facilitated at clinics, churches, apartment buildings and community centers by two leaders, one or both of whom have chronic diseases themselves. This program reaches a diverse array of at-risk adults countywide. www.fairhillpartners.org $70,000