Community Outreach / Involvement
Community Ambassadors is an outreach organization that oversees various community programs and initiatives, including Pay It Forward Cafe, HEROES Fatherhood Initiative, Parma Area Ministerial Forum, and Stop the Wait – Foster & Adoptive Care Initiative.
For more than 50 years Tri-C has provided high quality, affordable education and programs to more than 900,000 members of our community.
Tuition at Tri-C is the lowest in Northeast Ohio and among the lowest of all colleges in the state of Ohio.
Each semester Tri-C offers more than 1,000 credit courses in more than 190 career and technical programs and liberal arts curricula. Tri-C also grants Short-Term Certificates, Certificates of Proficiency and Post-Degree Professional Certificates.
It is the vision of the Women in Transition Program to be the premier college and community program focused on the growth and development of women throughout Northeast Ohio.
Women in various stages of transition in their lives i.e. returning to work force, unemployed, divorced, widowed, seeking career change or just feeling “stuck”
Individual intake appointment completed and eligibility determined prior to start of class.
Registration is required for enrollment
The Northern Ohio Recovery Association (NORA), a behavioral health prevention and peer recovery support organization, has been awarded 1.6 Million to increase its capacity to provide medication assisted treatment using methadone, buprenorphine/naloxone products and injectable naltrexone to adults for the maintenance treatment of opioid use disorders in Northern Ohio (Cuyahoga, Lorain, Erie and Ottawa Counties) and to combine this treatment with comprehensive opiate use disorder psychosocial services driven by Recovery Support Services to continue its work to increase Northern Ohio’s efforts to improve the accessibility and effectiveness of treatment services and recovery supports for adults who have an opiate use disorder and/or co-occurring mental health disorders. The Recovery from Opiates through Peer Empowerment (ROPE) Project will target adults over the age of 18 years with primary opiate use disorders and/or co-occurring opiate use and mental health disorders who have received detoxification services from detox centers and hospitals and are in need of maintenance treatment. In addition , the project will link participants to HIV related services, primary healthcare, recovery housing and telehealth/electronic services.
Founded in 1973 Pathway is a non-profit social service agency. Our mission is to empower children and families to realize their potential and achieve the possibilities of their lives through innovative mental health, foster care, and adoption services.
Adoptive and kinship families experience unique challenges. Pathway offers comprehensive services to meet the needs of the whole family with special understanding of the family’s dynamics. Support groups, educational, respite and mental health services are provided to help families create positive, lasting connections for years to come. These services are open to all community adoptive and kinship families.