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    The Beech Brook Family Drop-In Center at the Carl B. Stokes Social Services Mall provides parenting education, support groups and resources for low-income families in Cleveland’s Central neighborhood.


    • Integrated Care – Services, resources and referrals to support physical and behavioral health for families in Cleveland’s Central Neighborhood
    • Parenting Classes – classes to strengthen families by helping parents/caregivers understand their children at various developmental levels and improve discipline and communication; includes groups for teen parents, fathers, recovering parents and anger management
    • Victims of Crime Assistance – counseling, support and resources for children and families who have been victims of or impacted by crime
    • Drop-In Center – anger management, parent education, resources and referrals for parents in Cleveland’s Central Neighborhood
    • Anger Management – provides parents with the tools to better manage their anger, not only as it relates to their children, but also day-to-day stress triggers. Anger management is also taught to children and teens.
    • Family Stability/Homeless Prevention Program – social services and support to stabilize and prevent homelessness for families who live in Famicos low-income housing units and other apartment complexes throughout the city
    • Police Assisted Referral (PAR) – supports families in CMHA housing that have undergone domestic violence/conflict by connecting them with community supports and resources to prevent the reoccurrence of violence
    • S.T.E.P.S. – classes where parents learn to influence early brain development through purposeful play and interaction with their infants and young children
    • Supportive Visitation – coaching for parents whose children have been been removed from their homes
    • Community Wraparound – services for students and families at Patrick Henry School
    • Therapeutic Tutoring – specialized tutoring to improve the reading skills of students involved in some Beech Brook school-based mental health programs
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    • Female: Age 24 and Under
    • Female: Age 25 and Older
    • Male: Age 24 and Under
    • Male: Age 25 and Older
    • LGBTQ: Age 24 and Younger
    • LGBTQ: Age 25 and Older
    • Family
    • Veteran
    • Handicap Accessible
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