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Coronavirus Updates

How SC4K is Responding to COVID-19

 

Awareness

As we all continue to navigate through the COVID-19 situation, we want to assure you that a healthy and safe environment for our teachers, volunteers, community partners, and staff remain our number one concern.

Current Programs & Donation Updates

  • School Supply and Clothing Programs:
    We will monitor updates, rely on guidance from health experts and school administrators, and will notify teachers and distribution partners when we reopen.

IN THE MEANTIME WE ARE DISTRIBUTING CLOTHING, HYGIENE KITS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES TO SCHOOLS, OUR DISTRIBUTION PARTNERS, OTHER COMMUNITY AGENCIES AND THE FOOD BANK.

  • Product Donations 
    While we appreciate the support of individuals with items to donate, to minimize the potential spread of the virus, we are asking donors to hold on to those items until further notice.

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Volunteer & Supporter Updates

  • Students and teachers in need are navigating uncharted territory, which means we are as well. The need for shoes, clothes, school supplies, and educational materials and enhancement tools will continue to be great when schools resume and especially this summer as we start to plan for the new school year. Please keep students and teachers in your thoughts and we will be in touch soon with ways to support our back to school needs.

 

 

SC4K Partner Updates

Last Updated: 05/22/2020

We are fortunate that many of our distribution partners are still serving the community and working to make sure that our neighbors and children in need are safe, healthy, and have access to needed resources. We'll be providing weekly updates on the resources available through our partners.

Explore the map and the corresponding distribution details below for more information.

Download the COVID-19 Partner Distribution Resource List  

 

COVID-19 Partner Distribution Locations
 

1211 E 105th St, Cleveland, OH 44108

6114216-791-2673 Broadway Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44127

2561 E 59th St, Cleveland, OH 44104

1701 Castle Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44113

7255 Garden Valley Ave, Cleveland, OH 44104

17800 Parkmount Ave, Cleveland, OH 44135

10205 Lorain Ave, Cleveland, OH 44111

1898 S Taylor Rd, 44118

14101 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44112

2749 Woodhill Rd, Cleveland, OH 44104

1325 Ansel Rd, Cleveland, OH 44106

7719 Detroit Ave, Cleveland, OH 44102

7724 Lexington Ave, Cleveland, OH 44103

4115 Bridge Ave, 44113

1050 Starkweather Ave, Cleveland, OH 44113

7510 Woodland Ave, Cleveland, OH 44104

16005 Terrace Rd (lower level), Cleveland, OH 44112

5522 Turney Road, Garfield Heights, OH 44125

13411 Union Ave, Cleveland, OH 44120

16828 Harvard Ave, 44128

1264 E 123rd St, Cleveland, OH 44108

1941 S Taylor Rd, 44118

4800 Broadway Ave, Cleveland, OH 44127

4909 Lorain Ave, 44102

3135 Lorain Ave, 44113

3949 Lee Rd, Cleveland, OH 44128

 

COVID-19 Partner Distribution Resource List
 

Contact Information: Virginia Rowan – 216-791-2673  •  1211 E 105th St., Cleveland 44108

Resources Available: 

  • Food Pantry drive thru only the 4th Saturday monthly
  • Serving the first 250 families and only zip codes 44103, 44106, 44108, & 44110

Pick-Up Days & Times: Food Distribution on 4th Saturday of the month from 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.

Contact Information: Joseph Greathouse – 216-883-4663 x241  •  6114 Broadway Ave., Cleveland 44127

Resources Available: 

  • June 1st - Staff returns
  • June 15th - Programming restarts

Contact Information: Richard Starr – 216-331-9505  •  2561 East 59th St., Cleveland 44104

Resources Available: 

  • June 1st - Staff returns
  • June 15th - Programming restarts

Contact Information: Alexander Rivera – 440-522-9642  •  1701 Castle Ave., Cleveland 44113

Resources Available: 

  • June 1st - Staff returns
  • June 15th - Programming restarts

Contact Information: Brittany Waltenbaugh – 216-441-0230  •  7255 Garden Valley Ave., Cleveland 44104

Resources Available: 

  • Family Advocates Case Management – remote only
  • Private Facebook pages set up for each site – teachers uploading content for kids
  • Tadpoles program sends information to parents/students
  • Food distribution by pick-up every Monday

Pick-Up Days & Times: Food distribution on Mondays for families of children attending center.

Contact Information: Brittany Waltenbaugh – 216-441-0230  •  17800 Parkmount Ave., Cleveland 44135

Resources Available: 

  • Family Advocates Case Management – remote only
  • Private Facebook pages set up for each site – teachers uploading content for kids
  • Tadpoles program sends information to parents/students
  • Food distribution by pick-up every Monday

Pick-Up Days & Times: Food distribution on Mondays for families of children attending center.

Contact Information: Brittany Waltenbaugh – 216-441-0230  •  10205 Lorain Ave., Cleveland 44111

Resources Available: 

  • Family Advocates Case Management – remote only
  • Private Facebook pages set up for each site – teachers uploading content for kids
  • Tadpoles program sends information to parents/students
  • Food distribution by pick-up every Monday

Pick-Up Days & Times: Food distribution on Mondays for families of children attending center.

Contact Information: Meira Friedman – 216-932-3115  •  1898 S Taylor Rd., Cleveland Heights 44118

Resources Available: 

  • Food & household necessities distributed via drive-thru pantry

Pick-Up Days & Times: Tuesdays (come to rear of the building) from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Contact Information: Jerome West – 216-932-3626  •  14101 Euclid Ave., East Cleveland 44112

Resources Available: 

  • Printing & delivering homework packets to students without internet
  • Food delivery from Food Bank to families without transportation
  • Virtual parent cafes with $20 gift cards for attending
  • Virtual social/emotional learning sessions with kids

Pick-Up Days & Times: Breakfast and Lunch distributed Monday-Friday at Shaw High School  •  11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Contact Information: Megan Gurley – 216-707-6013 •  2749 Woodhill Rd., Cleveland 44104

Resources Available: 

  • Pandemic certified childcare provider
  • Meals on Wheels for former recipients with addition of former day program attendees
  • All other involvement is done remotely

Contact Information: Sadie Sandlin – 216-791-6476 x244  •  1325 Ansel Rd., Cleveland 44106

Resources Available: 

  • Closed to the public/partially shutdown through May 15th.
  • Staff wide social distancing implemented
  • Community Building & Engagement teams working with local Wards to stock food pantry weekly w/ scheduled delivery for families in need and seniors in the service areas. Go to www.famicos.org to complete request form for deliveries to those who are immuno-compromised, suffer disabilities and/ or seniors 62 and older.
  • Programs & Services Department working with Cuyahoga EITC Coalition and IRS Treasury Department on best practices to ensure the filing process with the extended deadline of July 15th and getting IRS Stimulus information out to the public and clients. With tax preparation scheduling to resume the week of 5/4/2020 and include the new Virtual Tax filing processes
  • Property Management / Maintenance providing urgent resident services as needed and most other services provided remotely with phone line added to front lobby for any on-site visits requiring messages for various departments.

Pick-Up Days & Times: Food Distribution on Thursdays at the Hough Multi-Purpose Center, 8555 Hough Avenue, 44106 at 10:00 am.

Contact Information: Carmen Rodriguez-Mathis – 216-431-7656  •  7719 Detroit Ave., Cleveland 44102

Resources Available: 

  • Food Pantry open to all zip codes

Pick-Up Days & Times: Thursdays from 9:00 am to 11:00 a.m.

Contact Information: Shawn Harvey – 216-391-4100  •  7724 Lexington Ave., Cleveland 44103

Resources Available: 

  • Staff working 3 days a week; all contacts are happening remotely or through Zoom
  • Moms First program still running
  • Following up with parents to make sure that they have the needs for their children virtual learning
  • All other programs are virtual

Contact Information: 216-631-5800 x100  •  4115 Bridge Ave., Cleveland 44113

Resources Available: 

  • Counseling & Case Management Remotely
  • Food distribution - drive thru
  • Emergency food bags available (must call center Monday- Friday 8:30am- 4:00pm)
  • ESOL, Anger Management, and IOP/SUD class offered remotely. Call Jennifer Reuter (216-631-5800 x120) to find out how to access these and other services.

Pick-Up Days & Times: Drive thru food pantry is on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. If a client does not have transportation they can call 216-631-5800 x300 for a walk in appointment, which is held every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month.

Contact Information: Lovie Freeman – 216-771-5077  •  1050 Starkweather Ave., Cleveland 44113

Resources Available: 

  • Pandemic certified childcare provider for first responders & essential staff
  • Moms First & Adult Education providing services remotely
  • Youth Activities suspended; youth director is keeping connected with students
  • Sending activities to parents electronically to keep them engaged with their kids

Contact Information: Laurie Gratton – 216-816-4972 (voice mail or text message checked once a day)  •  7510 Woodland Ave., Cleveland 44104

Resources Available: 

  • Drive thru food pantry

Pick-Up Days & Times: 2nd & 4th Fridays – Next distribution May 22nd – 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Contact Information: Brandi Glenn – 216-283-4400 x 2273  •  16005 Terrace Rd. (lower level), East Cleveland 44112

Resources Available: 

  • Limited services at main campus only
  • All contact with families is still occurring via text and calling only
  • Filling needs as able, for example grocery shopping and drop-offs

Contact Information: Angela Wilson – 216-283-4400 x 2051  •  5522 Turney Road, Garfield Heights 44125

Resources Available: 

  • Limited services at main campus only
  • Daily calls to clients, linking families to resources in the community (i.e. food pantries and hot meals)
  • Case management for assistance with meeting your families basic needs
  • Safe sleep Education/Pack and Play distribution
  • Parenting Education Support

Contact Information: Keturah Thompson – 216-338-2145  •  13422 Kinsman Rd., Cleveland 44120

Resources Available: 

  • Limited services at main campus only
  • Daily calls to clients, linking families to resources in the community (i.e. food pantries and hot meals)
  • Wraparound Family Case Management
  • Shoes and Clothes for Kids Clothing Distribution
  • Individualized Parent Advocacy
  • Aged-Out Youth Support
  • Family Financial Planning
  • Foster & Kinship Care Support
  • Parenting Education Classes
  • Fatherhood Initiative Program
  • Provides services to residents of parts of 44112, 44117, 44120, 44121

Pick-Up Days & Times: By appointment only

Contact Information: Angela Wilson – 216-283-4400 x 2051   •  5522 Turney Rd., Garfield Heights 44125

Resources Available: 

  • Limited services at main campus only
  • Daily calls to clients, linking families to resources in the community (i.e. food pantries and hot meals)
  • Case management for assistance with meeting your families basic needs

Contact Information: Ginny Hearn – 216-268-3909  •  1264 E 123rd St., Cleveland 44108

Resources Available: 

  • Meals on Wheels continues with the addition of those who were attending congregate meals – receive 5 days’ worth of meals.
  • Food distribution on 3rd Tuesday & Wednesday
  • Emergency food bags of non-perishable, frozen meats and eggs every Thursday & Friday only for families in zip codes 44106, 44108, 44110 & 44112
  • Neighborhood System of Care, Please Help me Grow, and Bright Beginnings continue via teleconferencing

Pick-Up Days & Times: 3rd Tuesday & Wednesday of the month (food distributions) – 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Contact Information: Tamerra Bailey – 216-325-9134  •  1941 S Taylor Rd., Cleveland Heights 44118

Resources Available: 

  • Food Pantry Monday - Friday 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. with no restriction on location or frequency
  • Working on food delivery for homebound individuals with no support systems
  • Tuesday evening to-go meals
  • Zero Contact system in place
  • Youth programming all virtual and rolling out on social media platforms next week
  • Adult Wellness delivery of meals to current enrollees
  • No in-person family visitation at this time

Pick-Up Days & Times: Monday-Friday – 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Contact Information: Grace Wright – 216-641-8948 x 136  •  4800 Broadway Ave., Cleveland 44127

Resources Available: 

  • Food Pantry open to all
  • Weekly community meal will be served in a to go bag on Tuesday's only
  • Hosting Parent Café, peer parenting for parents with children in foster care, and a money management workshop

Pick-Up Days & Times:

  • Monday-Friday (Food Pantry) – 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Tuesdays (Community Meal) – 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Contact Information: Colleen DeJohn Pallet – 216-939-8330  •  4909 Lorain Ave., Cleveland 44102

Resources Available: 

  • Food for students – 3 non-perishable meals per child in household
  • Accepting drive thru food donations of non-perishable food items
  • Providing one year of free internet for all students without access
  • School supply and hygiene bags are being given out with food distributions

Pick-Up Days & Times

  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday - meal distribution for kids (families can still receive three meals per child each time they come and there is no limit to the number of times they can come) from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday and Saturday - meal distribution and food donation collection from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Contact Information: Jeanette Mazzola – 216-631-4741 x 112  •  3135 Lorain Ave., Cleveland 44113

Resources Available: 

  • Clothing and Household Shopping Program will resume on June 2nd. (Best to reserve a shopping spot by calling 216-631-4741)
  • Nurses Program resumes on Mondays and Fridays starting May 11th.
  • Shelter still operating 24/7 with added safety measures
  • Food pantry with added safety measures
  • Breakfast & Lunch meals given to-go for any individual and/or their family Monday - Saturday - 9:00 a.m. & 12:00 p.m.
  • Case management services will continue primarily remotely with limited home visits and more office time.
  • Family, Food and Fun Summer Program – a summer food assistance program starts on June 5th. Online registration at www.wsccenter.org/2020summerprogram or call 216-631-4741 x112 for details and/or to register.
  • Workforce Development Classes resume May 26th. Contact Frank Johanek at 216-631-4741 x167.
  • Online Parent Café will be offered in May (already full) and June

Pick-Up Days & Times: Pantry - 2nd & 4th Saturdays – 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Contact Information: Huldie Page – 216-751-5713  •  3949 Lee Rd., Cleveland 44128

Resources Available: 

  • Food pantry is operating on a drive-thru basis

Pick-Up Days & Times:

  • June 5th – 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • June 6th – 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Download the COVID-19 Partner Distribution Resource List  

 

 

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