NEOCH is coordinating outreach efforts to find people on the street and offer transportation to shelter. We have been in contact with outreach workers, who are warning people of the cold weather and will be outside on the coldest nights to check on people and work with them to get into shelter.
Lyft is partnering with the city and United Way of Greater Cleveland 2-1-1 to provide free rides to warming centers using code CLEJAYDEN19. Valid for 2 rides up to $25 per ride until Friday, 2/1 at 11:59 p.m. EST.
You can call 211 and they will arrange the ride for you!
You can Call 211 First Call for Help for emergency shelter information.
The City Mission: please contact 216-431-3510, ext 208 or go to 5310 Carnegie Ave, Cleveland OH 44103, to the rear of the property listed CROSSROADS on the front of the building.
Laura's Home is taking in all women, families and children please contact 216-472-5500 or go to 18120 Puritas Ave. Cleveland OH 44135
St. Herman’s House of Hospitality, Phone: 216-961-3806
No individual or and family seeking shelter will be turned away.
Single men can also go to 2100 Lakeside Avenue.
Single women can also go to 2227 Payne Avenue, the Norma Herr Women’s Center.
Families can go to Coordinated Intake or call 211 First Call for Help.
The Metanoia Project extends its services beyond the weekend for shelter resistance persons.
Tuesday 1/29 7pm to 7am the following day
Wednesday 1/30 3pm to 7am the following day
Thursday 1/31 3pm to 7am the following day
Friday 2/1 from 7pm to 7am the following day.
There will be transportation from Metanoia at 7:15am to the Westside Catholic Center
When temperatures are below 20 degrees, clients are not required to leave the shelter during the day.
DAYTIME DROP IN Centers
St. Augustine Hunger Center, 2486 West 14th St., 216-781-5530
Next Step Shelter for Youth, 3020 West 104th St., 216-941-0062
The Bishop Cosgrove Center, E. 18th and Superior 7:30am to 3pm on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday with breakfast being served at 8:00am.
West Side Catholic Center, 3135 Lorain Avenue (7am to 3pm) on Wednesday and Thursday( breakfast will be at 9am)
The City of Cleveland Rec Centers are open regular hours (11:30am to 8pm)
24 hour Warming Center
Lakewood United Methodist Church 15700 Detroit Avenue Lakewood, Ohio 44107 will be open from 6:00 pm Tuesday January 29, 2018 until Friday February 1, 2019 at 12:00 pm. Coffee, Hot Chocolate, and Food.
South Euclid Community Center from 9am to 5pm (1370 Victory Dr, Cleveland, OH 44121 )
South Euclid City Hall from 5pm to 9am (1349 S Green Rd, Cleveland, OH 44121 ) - no food or entertainment provided but it is a warm place.
The facilities and transit centers that will be open for 24 hours are:
• Southgate Transit Center, 5491 Warrensville Center Rd., Maple Hts., OH 44137 (always open all night)
• Westgate Transit Center, 21159 Center Ridge Rd., Fairview Park, OH 44126
• Parma Transit Center, 8750 Day Drive, Parma, OH 44129
• West 117 Station on the Red Line, 11631 Madison Ave., Cleve. OH 44102
• Louis Stokes/Windermere Station on the Red Line, 14232 Euclid Ave., East Cleve., OH 44112
Cuyahoga County Job and Family Services will be closed on Wednesday, January 30th, 2019,
Anyone with an appointment will be contacted in the next five business days to reschedule. We encourage all community partners and our service populations to sign-up for the County’s mass notification system, ReadyNotify, to receive these type of announcements. To register, visit http://www.readynotify.cuyahogacounty.us. Thank you!
NAMI Greater Cleveland support groups scheduled for Wednesday, January 30 and Thursday, January 31 are cancelled due to the weather