Families that need housing assistance can look into transitional resources. Non-profit and government agencies across Cuyahoga County administer these programs for struggling residents facing eviction and the homeless.
The process in place normally follows a certain path. This includes access to emergency shelters. Then qualified participants will be enrolled into transitional housing programs, which will offer a number of services.
Cuyahoga County residents will be provided a place to live over the short term. During their stay in a transitional housing unit they will also be enrolled into various case management services. This will include free meals, clothing, and other basic needs. After they regain stability a case manager will work with them. They offer rehousing assistance and help them clients an affordable, permanent home or apartment in the county or the Cleveland area.
Community Service Alliance
Main address is 4001 Trent Ave.
Cleveland, Ohio 44109
Telephone number is (216) 939-0610
The non-profit provides low rent, affordable housing to people transitioning from homelessness and there is also support for ex-offenders. If they can’t assist, then the site may also provide referrals to other shelters and housing programs in the community. Employment assistance services are also available.
Address: 17917 Euclid Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44112
Call (216) 383-1984 for intake.
This is for women and single parents. It coordinates longer-term housing. While the resident stays there they will work towards moving to permanent housing.
Emmanuel Promise Of Hope Ministries
Cleveland, OH 44103
Rooms are available for people moving from homelessness to self-sufficiency.
Family Promise Of Greater Cleveland
Location is 3470 E 152nd St., Cleveland, OH 44110, Telephone number is (216) 767-4060 or 2592 W 14th St., Cleveland, Ohio 44113, dial (216) 751-7301
Services are offered to help move people from a short term home, shelter or apartment into a permanent unit in Cuyahoga County. Get information on, and apply for programs such as funds for deposits and other needs.
North Point Transitional Housing Center
Main location is 1550 Superior Ave.
Cleveland, Ohio 44114
Provides transitional housing for homeless residents and men who are able to work and have an income.
St. Herman's House of Hospitality
4410 Franklin Blvd.
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
West Haven Youth Shelter
Address is 3020 W 104th St
Cleveland, OH 44111
Call (216) 941-0063
Northcoast Behavioral Healthcare - E 118th St. Residential Site
Main address is 1502 E 118th St.
Cleveland, OH 44106
For intake, dial (216) 661-2411
Short-term emergency housing is offered for mentally ill, homeless adults in the community.
Location is 1804 E 55th St.
Cleveland, Ohio 44103
Temporary housing to offenders who are determined to be low risk. Residents will be required to attend case management, seek employment and find permanent housing.
Salvation Army Of Greater Cleveland, Harbor Light Complex
Social services, an emergency shelter, food, financial aid, and more is provided to seniors, veterans, and the less fortunate. This is an option for employed men whose goal is to save money and become self-sufficient. Utilities, free meals, and more is provided, such as clothing.
Location is 1545 W 25th St.
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
Main phone - (216) 781-2250
Affordable housing for women and single parents in order to help people become self-sufficient.
2100 Lakeside Men's Homeless Shelter
Haven House For Veterans
3468 E 142nd St.
Cleveland, OH 44120
Phone Number: 216-491-4730
Volunteers Of America Of Greater Ohio
A transitional shelter for homeless men. Housing and case management is offered for homeless veterans. Also, get information on short and long term shelter, government benefits, and other housing services.
-2710 Walton Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 44113, (216) 621-0120
-775 E 152nd St., Cleveland, OH 44110, (216) 541-9000
Cleveland, OH 44109
The City Mission Men's Crisis Center
Main location is 5310 Carnegie Ave
Cleveland, OH 44103
Call (216) 431-3510
West Side Catholic Center - Women And Children's Shelter
Cleveland, OH 44113
The non-profit, charity provides longer-term housing and it is designed to move residents to permanent housing. Get information on financial aid, case management, meals, and clothing. Numerous social services are offered to the poor and low income.
YMCA Of Greater Cleveland - Y-haven
Main address is 6001 Woodland Ave. 6th Floor
Cleveland, OH 44104
Telephone number is (216) 431-2018
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