Heights Family to Family Collaborative | Fathers and Families Together
Helping families when life doesn’t go as planned…
We know that a community can only thrive if the families who live there are strong, supported and safe. Established in 2007, the Collaborative is a group of agencies, organizations and concerned individuals working together to make sure a network of services and support are available and accessible to children and families in our community.
We assist families in need by:
Additional services we provide include:
The Collaborative has ongoing partnerships with a network of organizations, schools, libraries and government and municipal entities and assists families that reside in the following communities: Beachwood, Cleveland Heights, Hunting Valley, Moreland Hills, Orange, Pepper Pike, Shaker Heights, the University Circle area, University Heights and Woodmere Village.
There are several ways to connect to our program. Referrals can be made by community residents/families, schools, congregations, the court systems and other collaborative partners. Call 216.320.9520 to learn more today.
Monthly Collaborative Meetings
On the third Thursday of each month from 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. the Heights Collaborative meets at the Heights Library located at 2345 Lee Road. Our Collaborative meetings are open to anyone interested in helping to promote family stability in a community supportive environment.
Foster Parent Support Groups
Foster Parents, Adoptive Parents and Kinship providers are welcome!
On the first Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. our foster and adoptive family support group is held at Bethany Covenant Church. Our meeting includes informative speakers, access to resources and support, training credit and child care activities. Click here for a flyer.
Download our Community Resource Guide here.
The Heights Family to Family Collaborative is a partner of Cuyahoga County.
We believe lasting, positive change begins with access to opportunities