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Asbestos – A Senior’s Guide to Cancer
Older adults are learning more about the cancers and other health risks that might affect them. Age is the most significant risk factor for developing cancer.
People 65 and older comprise 60% of all cancer patients. To raise awareness, we recently published a Seniors Guide to Cancer that covers topics like wellness tips, the importance of seeing a doctor, and preventive measures:
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Ashtabula Community Action Agency – 440) 997-1721
Weatherization program, health services, head start program
Auburn Career Center – 440) 357-7542
Auburn Career Center provides an innovative career and technical education that empowers all learners to excel in the emerging workplace and enrich their community.
Aspire – Auburn Career Center (All Classes are FREE)
Provides adult education, GED classes, literacy, skills improvement and English for speakers of other languages for adults and more.
Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation (BRV) – 216) 227-3250
Provides Vocational Rehabilitation Services to consumers with disabilities who are eligible.
Caring Emergency Housing Guide
Provides services and creating hope for individuals from all walks of life, regardless of beliefs or circumstances.
Council on Aging (Lake County) – 440) 205-8111
The Lake County Council on Aging of Ohio offers programs for those age 60 and over including: Information and Referral, Social Work Services, Meals on Wheels, In-Home Safety, Homemaker Services, and much more.
Provides diagnostic assessments, support services, psychiatric and medication services.
Dept. of Job & Family Services – 440) 350-4000
Food assistance, Medicaid, cash assistance, PRC, child support, childcare, children services, Ohio Means Jobs
Extended Housing – 440) 352-8424
Provides housing to people who have severe and persistent mental illness.
Fair Housing Resource Center – 440) 392-0147
Organization that offers several housing programs for Lake, Geauga and Ashtabula County residents
Forbes House – 440-357-1018 – Confidential Support Hotline is available 24-hours a day.
Domestic violence shelter and services (temporary 30 days). Forbes House is to provide safety and support to end the cycle of domestic violence by offering services that focus on healing to overcome trauma and reclaim, recover and rebuild lives.
FrontLine Service – 440-381-8347
FrontLine Service has been operating the Supportive Services for Veteran Families program since 2011. In collaboration with other Veteran serving providers, FrontLine ensures that every Veteran experiencing homelessness has immediate access to shelter and rapid placement into permanent housing.
FrontLine Service – Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF)
SSVF provides Rapid Re-Housing for Homeless Veterans and Homelessness Prevention for At-Rick Veterans.
Provides a variety of assistance with employment training, life skills and financial fitness matters
Over 160 years of doing work that matters for our clients, communities and employees by building enduring relationships as the company where people want to work, bank and invest.
Lake County ADAMHS Board –
Evaluating, planning, funding and monitoring services to help Lake County residents who are dealing with mental illness or addiction.
Lake County Board of Developmental Disabilities
Lake County Free Clinic (LCFC)
LCFC exists to address the unmet healthcare needs of the residents of our community through the provision of quality medical and dental care. Services provide Chronic Care, Acute Problems, Preventive Care, On-Site Lab, Vision Screenings and Adult Dental Care, for Adults and Children, age 2 and up.
Lake County Rent Assistance
Provides an online directory of rental assistance programs in Ohio.
Lake County Office of Planning & Community Development – 440) 350-2740
Provides land use and zoning services and the County grant office functions in community development.
Lake County, Ohio
A great local resource for libraries, senior services, education, and contact information for Lake County government. officials.
Lake County Probate Court
Lake County Reentry Coalition
To help you transition back into your community! Programs offered may include financial assistance and individual or community support.
Lake Geauga Area Association of REALTORS® – 440) 350-9000
LGAAR is the seventh largest local REALTOR® Association in the State of Ohio and represents more than 900 REALTOR® and Affiliate members in the Real Estate profession.
Lake Geauga Recovery Centers – 440-255-0678
Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Center
Lake Geauga United Head Start – 440-392-5636
Provides children and their families with comprehensive early childhood services.
Lakeland Community College (Woman’s Center) – 440-525-7322
Provides education, support and referrals to community resources.
Laketran – 440-354-6100
Provides public transportation New Real-Time Rider Tools: (Ride Guide). Manage Dial-a-Ride reservations online: Laketran Request-a-Ride. Make your Reservation online here.
Laketran – Veterans Medical Transportation
Laketran, in partnership with the Lake County Veterans Service Commission (VSC) and Lake County Commissioners, provides Lake County’s Veterans with free Dial-a-Ride transportation to any medical or adult day care appointments and VA locations in Lake County, and limited medical and VA locations in Cuyahoga County.
Legal Aid – 888-817-3777
Volunteer Layers Program (VLP): Legal Advice, Brief Advice and Referral Clinics (Civil Matters Only, Not Criminal).
Life and Health Genius
At Life and Health Genius we offer a simple, convenient and personable experience of choosing the perfect Life Insurance or Medicare Plan. We are insurance professionals partnered with 15+ different insurance carriers to help you get a policy based in your unique needs. Our goal is to educate and serve the community, so our consultations are absolutely free!
Lifeline – 440-354-2148
211, heap, medical assistance, budget counseling, life skills training, volunteer income tax assistance.
Lifeline Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library
Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library is a book gifting program that mails free, high-quality books to children from birth until they begin school, no matter their family’s income. The Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library is starting a new chapter in early childhood literacy across Ohio. Through a partnership with Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to put more books in the hands of Ohio’s children, Ohio is working to ensure that every student enters kindergarten ready to succeed. That’s where the Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library comes in. Our goal is that every kindergartener begins school with 60 books in their home.
Lifeline – Helping Hands for Senior Program
The Helping Hands for Seniors Program matches eligible seniors (60+) with volunteers to provide much needed assistance with daily activities that are essential for health and safety. For Details, Contact Lifeline at 440-354-2148 or AndreaJ@LCLifeline.org
Lifeline – Supporting Housing Program
Assists low-income Lake County residents with making strides in self-sufficiency by providing multiple support services and partial rental assistance. Application and Interview Required. For Details, Contact Lifeline at 440-354-2148 or email@example.com
Manna Counseling Services
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Recovery Couching, Relationship Counseling, Spiritual Development, Wedding, Funerals, Baby Dedications, Dobert Living Placement.
Meals On Wheels
My Life My Quit
My Life My Quit
Free, confidential help to quit vaping and other Tabacco for youth under 18.
Ohio Means Jobs
Provides services to help with finding employment.
One Step At A Time Lake County
One Step at A Time Lake County will help at risk young adults, in Lake County, successfully transition to independent, self-sufficient adults by providing safe housing and wrap around, targeted support.
OSU Extension Office – 440-853-2625
Provides parenting classes, budgeting classes, nutrition programs.
Project Hope – 440-354-6417
Provides emergency shelter, care and guidance to men, women and children.
Resources to help people who are experiencing homelessness learn about the common roadblocks to employment and ways to overcome them.
Tools and resources for assisted living options for seniors
Senior Guide on Downsizing for Retirement
Senior Living in Ohio
For families and senior citizens who are looking for senior living and care options that can help maintain their independence and quality of life in Ohio
Signature Health Inc.
Women’s reproductive health services, birth control, pregnancy counseling, prenatal care, cancer screening, STD-HIV testing
Starting Point – 440) 357-1241
Northeast Ohio’s childcare and early education resource and referral agency
The Salvation Army
Provides food boxes, rent, mortgage & utility assistance, after school programs, computer classes and much more.
United Way of Lake County
211, Community Impact, Community Edification, Affinity Groups, FEMA, United Way of Lake County Building, Day of Caring, Familywize, Agency Relations, Advocacy, Free Tax Preparation and Feed Lake County.
Vantage Aging – 330) 253-4597
Serves adults who are over the age of 55 who are unemployed and having difficulty finding employment.
Western Reserve Community Development Corporation – 440) 357-4400
Works on construction of new homes