Physical and Mental Health
Care Alliance Health Center
General Phone: 216-535-9100
Info: Care Alliance provides high quality, comprehensive medical and dental care, patient advocacy and related services to people who need them most, regardless of their ability to pay.
Circle Health Services
Phone: 216-325-WELL (9355)
Info: Full circle care for all. They provide high-quality health care to everyone who walks in the door. From general family check-ups to counseling and trauma therapy, we’re here to help. Their services include integrated health & wellness programs, early learning & family support, and workforce development.
General Phone: 216-623-6555
24/7 Crisis Hotline: 216-623-6888
Info: A Cleveland-based non-profit organization that reaches out to adults and children in Northeast Ohio to end homelessness, prevent suicide, resolve behavioral health crises, and overcome trauma.
Ibn Sina Clinic
Info: The Cleveland Ibn Sina Clinic provides high-quality, free healthcare services to those in need who are un/underinsured. They also provide free medications to those who qualify. CISC welcomes patients from all backgrounds and locations. All services are provided through volunteer physicians, nurses, and support staff who offer their time and skills.
Jewish Family Services Association of Cleveland
24/7 Phone: 216-292-3999
Alyson’s Place Medical Clinic: 216-755-1116
Info: JFSA offers comprehensive wraparound services to the those within and outside of the Jewish communities in Cleveland and Akron. Their primary care medical clinic, Alyson’s Place, provides access to primary, gynecological, specialty, and dental care. Their services extend to homeless prevention, domestic violence response, financial stability, home care guidance, disability programming, and youth empowerment programming.
May Dugan Center
Info: The May Dugan Center provides comprehensive services and programs to individuals and families throughout the Cleveland area. Their team members can help with an array of services including: food, clothing, behavioral health counseling, adult education services, job searches, victim services, trauma counseling and more.
NAMI Greater Cleveland
Info: National Alliance for Mental Health offers recommendations for COVID-related mental health contingency plans, resources to meet the needs of individuals and families, and multilingual accessibility. Their HelpLine is a free peer-support service providing information, resource referrals and support to people living with a mental health conditions, their family members and caregivers, mental health providers and the public Monday through Friday 9 AM-5 PM.
Neighborhood Family Practice
Phone: 855-NFP-MED1 (855-637-6331)
Info: Their mission “is to partner with the community for everyone’s health by providing health care services regardless of ability to pay; treating patients with compassion, dignity and respect; protecting confidentiality; and offering culturally sensitive services and community outreach.” You can call them 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 855-NFP-MED1 (855-637-6331)
The Nord Center
General Phone: 440-204-4161
24/7 Crisis Hotline: 800-888-6161
Sexual Assault Hotline: 440-204-4359
Warmline: 800-888-6161 (M-F, 1:00-10:00 pm)
Info: The Nord Center, located in Lorain, OH, provides industry-leading behavioral health programs, prevention, education and client advocacy that focuses on individual recovery and well-being. They focus on creating positive outcomes that lead to healthier lives and a stronger community.
Info: Signature Health offers three main types of services, including mental health services, addiction recovery services, & primary health care. They treat the mind and body with an integrated approach to healthcare, for all ages and income levels. Medicaid and Medicare insurance is accepted. By appointment or location walk in hours available here.
Reproductive & Sexual Health
Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio
Find your location: https://www.plannedparenthood.org/health-center
Info: Planned Parenthood delivers vital reproductive health care, sex education, and information to Ohioans both in-person and online. A full list of their services can be found here.
Info: Preterm’s mission is to advance reproductive health and justice by providing safe, respectful, and accessible abortion and sexual healthcare. Preterm is Ohio’s only independent, nonprofit abortion clinic.
Info: This organization provides free pregnancy tests, integrative and high quality prenatal care, Maternity and baby items (as available), and more!
Women Have Options Ohio
Info: Women Have Options (WHO/O) is Ohio’s statewide abortion fund. Founded in 1992, they are an organization dedicated to helping Ohioans afford their reproductive choices. They believe that everyone should be able to make their own reproductive decisions—and they work to make that a reality in Ohio by providing financial assistance and practical support (transportation, housing, and more) to help patients throughout Ohio afford contraception, emergency contraception, and abortion services. Click here for more information about receiving support.
Cleveland Rape Crisis Center Hotline
Phone: Call or text 216-619-6192 or chat online
Info: Cleveland Rape Crisis Center’s Crisis & Support Hotline provides 24/7, free and confidential support and information for survivors of sexual violence and their loved ones, as well as others seeking information or resources.
Find a Rape Crisis Center Near You
Info: An interactive online map of Ohio’s 88 counties and the rape crisis centers that serve those counties. Click on your county to access contact information to a rape crisis center nearest you.
Emergency Assistance from Cuyahoga County
For immediate assistance dial 211.
To report abuse or neglect of children, call 216-696-KIDS.
To report abuse, neglect, self-neglect, or exploitation of older adults and adults with disabilities, call 216-420-6700.
Domestic violence victims, call 216-391-HELP.
Info: Cuyahoga County provides emergency assistance for those in need of food, shelter, security, and more. They are available 24 hours a day, every day. Operators will discuss your options for emergency housing, food, income assistance, utility assistance and more. Operators will work with you to make sure you get what you need.
Journey Center for Safety and Healing
Phone: 216-391-HELP (4357)
Info: Journey Center operates the only dedicated domestic violence emergency shelter in Cuyahoga County; providing 24-hour a day refuge for individuals and their children who are in need of immediate relief from violence and abuse. If you are in need of emergency shelter for you and/or your family please call our 24-Hour Helpline.
National Suicide Hotline
Phone available 24/7: 1-800-273-8255
Call United Way at 211 to be connected to local resources.
Ohio Guidestone’s Crisis Line
Info: The crisis line is available 24/7 through the entire year to help support and connect clients with the resources needed to resolve their problems, access immediate safety, and achieve physical and emotional comfort.
Info: Providence House provides emergency shelter and crisis care to children newborn through twelve-years-old.
Culturally Specific Services
Asia (Asian Services in Action)
Info: ASIA is the largest health and human services agency serving the AAPI community of Northeast Ohio. They run two federally qualified health centers and offer comprehensive social service programming that provides linguistically and culturally competent support for local immigrants and refugees.