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St. Philip Neri Family Center programs.

Services available from St. Philip Neri Family Center are focused mainly on certain portions of Cleveland Ohio. The charity is committed to helping with basic needs. For those individuals with a more extensive request, then volunteers or staff may offer referrals to other options. Some of the main programs from the charity organization are below.

Rental and utility assistance may be available when someone is faced with a crisis. Note the funding is limited and comes with restrictions. Also, any aid is only for people in certain zip codes, such as 44103, 44106, or 44108. The emergency funds can help someone keep their heat on during the winter, or maybe pay a small portion of rent in an effort to stop homeless.

Clients can also get information on the OBB - Ohio Benefit Bank. Staff will help people apply for various social service benefits or public aid, such as LIHEAP or SNAP food stamps. Other programs in high demand are section 8 housing vouchers or SSDI disability benefits.

Other programs include helping people obtain a Birth Certificate and/or Identification. This is mainly for individuals with no income or immigrants that are new to the city. There may also be limited transportation for say a critical job interview in the local Cleveland area.

St. Philip Neri Family Center also has a food pantry and clothing closet on site. The groceries are for residents of the zip codes of 44103, 44106, and 44108. The clothing bank focuses on winter gear, and it may have blankets, gloves, hats, and similar items. Supplies are limited, and the demand is high. ID and other proof of hardship will always be needed. Other food and meals from the charity are below.

Coffee Café is available in the mid to late morning. Guests, such as the homeless in Cleveland, can receive coffees, information on local shelters, social services, and other support. Hot meals are also served by staff and volunteers at the Neri Family Center. Call 216.391.4415.

Computer labs are for the public, and those approved to use them. They provide individuals, including job seekers and the unemployed, with free use of computers and internet access. There are also printers and fax machines.  There are also case managers and staff at the resource centers to help people on the use of the machines, if needed, including how to search for jobs in Cuyahoga County. There are two main centers.




  • St. Philip Neri Family Center, 799 East 82nd Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44103, (216) 391 – 4415
  • Midtown Office computer lab is 3135 Euclid Ave. Suit # 101, Cleveland, Ohio 44115, dial (216) 426 – 9870

Project H.O.P.E can provide some basic health care for certain areas of Cleveland Ohio. There are services such as free health-related screenings, education, referrals to specialists if needed, and similar medical assistance. This is offered in partnership between Philip Neri Church and Catholic Charities in the region. There are two main components to it. They include preventive services as well as a health care safety net. What these do can vary based on resources and other factors.

For example, the health care safety net program from St. Philip Neri Family Center may be able to offer direct financial assistance to individuals needing dental care, prescriptions, vision services, and other health type support.

On the other hand, the preventive care program includes screenings such as for blood pressure, blood glucose, hemoglobin for diabetics, kidney, cholesterol, health education, immunizations (flu and pneumonia), smoking cessation assistance, and exercise classes.

The community clinic will focus on Glenville as well as the St. Clair-Superior regions. However they are open to anyone that needs help or asisistance. There are programs for the uninsured, indigent, and people facing poverty.

The goal is to offer people a so called health care safety net while referring them to longer term solutions, such as Medicaid or similar options. The services may stop preventable illnesses such as the flu or similar conditions. So while care is offered, it is short term and on the more basic level.

The main location is 799 East 82nd Street, Cleveland Ohio 44103. Call (216) 391 – 4415.



By Jon McNamara

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