Communities are built on strong families.

Communities can thrive only if the families who live there are supported and safe. Through the Heights Suburban Collaborative, we provide services for the well-being of our communities’ children. Our Fathers and Families Together (FAFT) program provides men with tools to help them be caring, committed, and responsible fathers.

Family Support Services

  • Emergency food & utility assistance
  • Transportation, child care & respite help
  • Foster & adoptive parent and relative caregiver support
  • Foster care recruitment
  • Mental health/counseling linkages
  • Parental support
  • Job training & education
  • Father support services & workshops

Heights Suburban Collaborative

We offer resources and support through a collaborative network of community partners. To learn more or to enroll in a Heights Suburban Collaborative program, call 216-320-9520.

Support services include:

  • Linkage to affordable health care, counseling, trauma support, early learning, workforce training, and more
  • Shoes & Coats for Kids distribution
  • Adoption, foster care, and kinship services
  • Advocacy for families navigating the child welfare system
  • Supervised visits for the Division of Children and Family Services
  • Parenting classes
  • Services for youth aging out of foster care

Fathers and Families Together

The Fathers and Families Together program is open to all men interested in developing fathering skills. To learn more or to enroll in a Fathers and Families Together program, call 216-325-9124.

Workshops include:

  • Financial literacy
  • Cooking and meal planning
  • Father-focused law (family, employment, and housing)
  • Navigating community resources
  • Healthy relationships and parenting
  • Parenting classes
  • Networking
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The Centers is actively listening and responding to the impact COVID-19 is having in our communities on a daily basis. And we’re here to serve you. COVID-19 Testing is now available at The Centers and with no out of pocket cost for most patients. All of our health services—pharmacies, counseling, psychiatry, primary care, addiction, alcohol and substance abuse—are open to serve new and current patients virtually and in our offices when appropriate. Please call 216-325-WELL to learn about our virtual services or before coming to a facility so we can plan for your care. We provide free job readiness and job placement services virtually and have partner employers actively looking to place employees. Call 216-325-WORK or fill out the form on our job search page.

For the most up-to-date information regarding our Health, Family and Work services, please visit our COVID-19 Response page.