There are a number of wonderful resources for seniors in the Old Brooklyn area. Whether it is health, housing issues or overall quality of life, these resources should be of assistance. If you have any questions or have other needs, please contact Lori Peterson at Old Brooklyn CDC at 216-459-1000 or email@example.com
Senior Citizen’s Resource Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the senior citizens of Old Brooklyn, Ohio, with the services and support they need to continue independent living and better their quality of life. 216-749-5367
MetroHealth’s The Senior Health & Wellness Center there are more than 20 senior health specialists – all of whom have completed a specific course of study focused on the care of elders.
Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) – The Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio is one of the largest not-for-profit, community-based home healthcare organizations in Ohio. Located within the Senior Health and Wellness Center at 4229 Pearl Road. 1-877-698-6264.
VNA Hopsice Care Center- VNA Hospice care is provided by a team of specially-trained professionals and volunteers who not only focus on the physical needs of the patient, but also the emotional, social and spiritual impact of the disease on the patient, the patient’s family and friends. Located within the Senior Health and Wellness Center 4229 Pearl Road, 5th floor North 1-877-698-6264.
All Faith’s Pantry delivers free groceries to seniors and low mobility people in our service area.
United Hearts Life Mission Center – Gives food and clothing to low income, as well as help with baby items like formula, diapers, car seats, cribs, high chairs, etc. when available. 216-459-9839 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brookside Center Westside Ecumenical Center provides individuals and families with a three-day supply of emergency food once per month, as needed. They provide information, referrals and support services in both English and Spanish, including food stamp application processing. 216-749-4295
City of Cleveland, Department of Aging
Senior Housing Assistance Program SHAP provides grants to Cleveland residents age 60+ or disabled adults who meet income eligibility guidelines and own single or two family homes in need of critical, health, safety and maintenance repairs. Applicants must live in the property in question and be abl44122e to show clear title. Proof of address (mortgage, insurance, utility bill, etc.), photo ID, and proof of income are required. 216.664.2833 – Weekdays 8 am to 5 pm – 75 Erieview Plaza, 2nd Floor . To download a SHAP Application .
Senior Strides program provides Cleveland residents age 55 and older, assistance with job search, training, employment counseling and job placement. 216-664-2982- or 216-664-3573.
Chore Services – Chore Workers provide home maintenance tasks which may include housework, lawn mowing, simple repairs and installation of smoke & cabon monoxide detectors. Group transportation for grocery shopping can also be provided by calling 216-664-4694.
Deaconness Krafft-Zane – Deaconess Krafft and Zane are senior apartments for low income located at 3100 Devonshire Road. For more information, please call (216) 459-2870 or email the Senior Housing Administrator, Steve Shroka, at email@example.com.
Foster Pointe Senior Apartments is a 61-unit three story affordable senior development located in the Brooklyn Centre Cleveland OH 44109, 2000 Denison Avenue. 216-741- 2793
Spring Hill Villa - 4330 Jennings Road- HUD housing for seniors. For more information call 216-351-1077
Also check out the Senior Housing and Mortgage Guide here.