Freedom House is a 14-bed transitional housing facility for veterans. We strive to improve the quality of life for our veterans, and we do this by providing support through intensive case management and access to community resources dedicated to enhancing self-sufficiency.
Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) provides assistance to low-income veterans and families to help with their housing situation. We have been assisting veteran families since 2013 through case management, referrals, and financial services.
Veteran’s Haven meets our mission by providing a wide range of supportive services designed to resolve the immediate crisis of homelessness and promote housing stability among veterans. Our program is designed for low-income veterans and their families.
Place of Peace provides a safe environment to conduct supervised visitations and safe exchanges for families impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, child abuse, or conflict during exchanges. We serve families that are in need of supervised visits or exchanges.
Valley Counseling Services has been providing behavioral healthcare to our community for nearly 65 years. In 2010, the program joined Family & Community Services. Valley Counseling is committed to serving all area residents, from children and teens to senior citizens, by offering a wide range of behavioral health services
Mobile Meals works to provide regular nutritional meals to low-income, elderly, and disabled individuals in Summit, Cuyahoga, and Portage County. Mobile Meals offers home-delivered meals that are either hot or frozen, depending on the individuals’ needs. The meals come from dietician-created monthly menus that meet daily nutrition requirements.
The PATH program continues to provide transitional housing in Portage County and works with Portage Metropolitan Housing Authority (PMHA) and private landlords to house families in need. The PATH program supports participants in finding secure, permanent housing and increasing economic well-being through comprehensive, supportive services.
The Chagrin Falls Park Community Center (CFPCC) was formed in 1954 to serve the low-income community of Chagrin Falls Park, located on the outskirts of Bainbridge, OH. The CFPCC is often thought of as the heart of the community. It provides a wide variety of supportive services to children, families, and seniors in need, such as after-school tutoring, a food pantry, and case management services.
The Skeels-Mathews Community Center serves all ages, with a special focus on youth and seniors. The center offers a variety of community programs, including weekly congregate meals, daily home-cooked lunches for seniors, activities for seniors, adult nutrition and computer classes, and holiday dinners and special events.
Kentway Senior Independent Living is open to anyone who is over the age of 55 and can afford the cost of renting either through their own income or through eligibility with subsidized housing. Kentway offers 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and ADA-compliant apartments that feature a full bath, living room, and kitchen.