YWCA Greater Cleveland

$56,750

Nurturing Independence and Aspirations

NIA is a supportive housing program for homeless youth, with the goal of developing a youth’s capacity to be their own advocate and drive the removal of their own barriers to independence. The program provides opportunities for workforce training, education and mental-health services, among others.


West Side Catholic Center

$62,250

Moriah House Family Shelter

Moriah House is an emergency family shelter and has been a safe haven in Greater Cleveland for 40 years. The program addresses both the urgent and immediate needs by providing shelter and food to homeless men, women and children, as well as holistic support services for long-term family success.


University Settlement

$32,000

Transition-in-Place Housing

This program provides support to families exiting emergency shelter and entering a long-term housing solution. These services are designed to ensure housing is maintained and to prevent a return to homelessness and the shelter system.


Salvation Army

$30,000

Emergency Shelter Programming

The program provides emergency shelter for children who are at-risk of maltreatment or involvement with the child welfare system in a home-like, safe environment. Staff work with the children and their caregivers to address the current crisis, find stable housing, strengthen parenting skills, and connect families to additional supportive services.


Providence House Inc.

$99,500

Emergency Shelter

The program provides emergency shelter for children who are at-risk of maltreatment or involvement with the child welfare system in a home-like, safe environment. Staff work with the children and their caregivers to address the current crisis, find stable housing, strengthen parenting skills, and connect families to additional supportive services.


Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry

$72,000

2100 Lakeside Emergency Men’s Shelter

LMM oversees operation of 2100 Lakeside Emergency Men’s Shelter, the largest emergency shelter in the State of Ohio. At the shelter, homeless men have access to programs and resources including food, medical treatment, job readiness training and housing-search assistance to help the men move from shelter to a housing solution as quickly as possible.


Legal Aid Society of Cleveland

$67,250

Housing Stability through Legal Aid

This program is a deep expansion of Legal Aid’s current housing work, as Legal Aid has added a Tenant Information Line and expanded its eviction diversion program. This has included the enhancement of legal services, community outreach and education, and advocacy to prevent individuals and families from experiencing the negative effects of eviction.


FrontLine Service

$95,000

Central Intake System

The Central Intake and Assessment program is the “front door” to emergency shelter in Cuyahoga County. Individuals and families needing a bed that night are directed to Central Intake, where they are screened and connected directly to an emergency shelter.


Family Promise of Greater Cleveland

$79,500

Housing Stability for Homeless Families

Family Promise provides integrated services to promote stability for homeless families. These services include housing, employment support, education, child enrichment and wraparound services that address the whole family, moving it towards independence.


Enterprise Community Partners

$60,000

Housing First Initiative

Enterprise Community Partners provides partnership support to ensure the long-term stability of housing in Greater Cleveland. The program helps coordinate and secure resources for supportive programming, target especially marginalized populations, decrease the usage of emergency shelters, and continue to reduce the rates of homelessness in the community.