The Centers for Families and Children

4500 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44103
Phone 216.302.3713
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Our mission The organizations mission is to improve the lives of those it serves through integrated behavioral health, primary care, early learning, and workforce development.

The Centers for Families and Children

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In-Kind Donations

There are more ways to give than just monetarily. Items such as gently used clothing, school supplies, household items, etc., are also extremely useful to our programs. See below for our in-kind donation wish list. Please contact Lynnette Forde at 216-302-3713or [email protected] if you have questions or would like more information. WISH LIST
  • Interview and work clothes, especially black pants, black shoes, and white shirts in various adult sizes.
  • Gently used or new clothing for all occasions and seasons (Adult & Children’s sizes).
  • School supplies: backpacks, crayons, pencils, scissors, etc.
  • Small household items: books, lamps, pictures, linens, dishes, pots & pans, microwaves, TVs, toys, decorative items, etc.
  • Larger household items: bookcases, small dressers, children’s bikes, folding chairs, children’s strollers, high chairs, etc.
  • In-Kind Donations
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About us Headquartered in urban Cleveland, Ohio, and established in 1970, The Centers for Families and Children (The Centers) began as a community mental health center, delivering treatment services to individuals diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness. Today, as a result of the 2017 affiliation with Circle Health Services (formerly The Free Clinic of Greater Cleveland) The Centers is a comprehensive, $58 Million, human service network. The Centers services are easily accessible, with 530 employees, at 14 locations throughout Cuyahoga County including: five, federally qualified health centers, seven, early childhood education campuses and two, workforce development training sites. Each year, the organization is developing solutions that promote economic security, health, stability and self-sufficiency for 25,000 vulnerable, low-income and medically underserved Northeast, Ohio residents.