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Partnering Agencies

In the Neighborhood is more than just a program for addressing tickets and warrants. People who come can get a range of services from our partnering agencies to help make their lives better. 

The services include;

Cuyahoga County Public Defender 
Talk to a Public Defender lawyer about an upcoming court appearance.

Child Support/Juvenile Court
Have staff look up license suspensions resulting from Child Support payments.

Health Care
Staff from the Cuyahoga County Jobs and Family Services can enroll anyone who doesn’t have affordable health insurance.  Also Food and low income assistance is available. 

Job Placement
Staff from “Towards Employment” registers people for job training and referrals.

Record Sealing 
Attorneys from the group “Legal Works” begins the process of sealing old criminal convictions.

Greater Cleveland Food Bank 
A representative signs people up for food assistance (SNAP) and other services.

Cuyahoga Community College
Recruitment for Tri-C’s Technology training center

Y.O.U: Youth Opportunities Unlimited
Recruits young people 18-24 for job training.

Staff of the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles answers questions about reinstatement fees and registration holds.

Voter Registration:  NOVA
If you have moved since you last voted, you need to update your registration.

Community Work Service:
For those without funds to pay fines.

Cleveland Housing Court:
Landlord tenant issues are discussed as well as sealing of eviction records in Cleveland and Bratenahl. 

Literacy in the Hood:
Get free children’s books and tips on how to improve reading skills. 

Cleveland Safety Department:
Sign up for excellent support jobs in the Cleveland Police, Fire or E.M.S. Departments.

Get a “In the Neighborhood" schedule:
Dates, times and locations.

See a list of suburbs that are partners of In the Neighborhood.

So that we can give quality service to all our guests without overwhelming our staff, we limit the number of people at each “In the Neighborhood” session. Attending one can take most of a day. To avoid getting turned away, click here for details of how to get in.


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