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ABLE Counseling and

Associates Inc.

440-232-5910 Bedford, Cleveland Heights 216-371-4597

Academy of St. Bartholomew Karen Heichel 440-845-6660

14875 Bagley Rd, Middleburg Heights, Cleveland 44130 Advanced Psychotherapy Services Gary Echt 440-944-6565 28916 Euclid Ave. Wickliffe, OH 44092-2531

Treatment of adult sexual offenders and significant others.

Alternative Paths, Inc. Chadwick Sunday 330-725-9195

246 Northland Dr Medina, OH 44256

An exciting and challenging

internship opportunity is available to qualified and interested candidates! The selected intern will work with the Emergency Services Team. Medina County is the fourth fastest growing county out of eight-eight in Ohio. The crisis team provides lethality and risk assessments at Alternative Path’s office and at three local hospitals in Medina County. The intern position would have the opportunity to work with an eclectic team of clinicians dealing

with crisis and psychiatric

emergencies. The intern will have a dynamic opportunity to observe and develop skills in the diagnosis and treatment of mental and emotional disorders with clients in crisis and psychiatric emergencies

Antone F. Feo PhD and Associates Inc.

440-899-1300 24500 Center Ridge Rd #


Applewood Centers Carolyn Welker Director, Community Based Services 216-521-6511 10427 Detroit Ave, OH 44102 Dr. Ezzo 216-696-5800 Ext. 1144 fezzo@applewoodcenters.org 2525 East 22nd Cleveland, Ohio 44115

Outpatient, Mental health treatment for children and adolescents. Early start, diagnostic assessment, group treatment, residential counseling, CSP case management.

Baldwin-Wallace College,

Health and Counseling


Dr. Gerald Hayes 440-826-2038 ghayes@bw.edu 275 Eastland Road, Berea,

OH 44017

College students, including

non-traditional, individual, group, skill development workshops, crisis intervention, career & Personal testing, consultation for the division of student affairs, individual and

group supervision. (Some

experience required.) Luis Roosa Clinical Counselor 440-826-2357 207 Beech St. Berea, OH 44017 Jim Nolan Directori of Health & Counseling Services 440-826-2357

Vicki White Counselor 440-826-2180

Bellflower Center Stacey Grano

216-229-2420 ext 238

11811 Shaker Blvd., Suite 220

Cleveland, OH 44120

Agency deals with prevention and treatment of child physical and sexual abuse. Individual and group treatment, trauma

Beech Brook Mark Gromer 216-831-2255

3737 Lander Rd., Pepper Pike, Ohio 44124

Children, youth, families in a range

of programs-residential, day

treatment, adoption, foster care, outpatient clinic, community and patient education, school-based


community services.

*When calling Beech Brook, tell them which location you want first

11801 Buckeye Rd. Cleveland, Ohio 44124

Outpatient family and individual counseling; emphasis on children

Bellefaire JCB Lauri Rohrbaugh 216-320-8205 laribeel@bellefaire.jcb.org

22007 Fairmont Blvd, OH 44115 Julie 216- 320- 8507 beckermj@bellefaire.jcb.org

Carmela McMullen 216-320-8929 mcmullec@wingspancg.org

22001 Fairmount Blvd.

Shaker Heights, Ohio



Residential treatment for children;

both individual and group

counseling. Helen Cusick Clinical Supervisor 216-932-2800 Amy Solomon Director of Partial Hospitalization 216-932-2800

Berea Children’s Home and Family Services

MICHELLE 440-260-8352

303 E. Bagley Rd., Berea OH 44017

1. Community Mental Health:

Interns will provide mental health, child welfare and/or juvenile justice

services to children and

adolescents in their home or school settings. The goal of these services is to positively impact client's mental health symptoms and increase his/her family support. Services are community based and can be offered in an intensive manner. Afternoon and evening availability is required. Maybe at Berea or Downtown offices. 440-260-8405 2121 E. 32nd Str., Cleveland OH 44017 Jill Tayfel LPCC 216-431-0045 ext243 3235 Prospect Ave, Cleveland OH 44115 Thomas Cooper Assist. Dir. Of Counseling 440-234-2006


Paula Fultz 440-260-8375 202 E. Bagley Rd. Berea, OH 44017

2. Outpatient Mental Health: Interns

will provide mental health

counseling services to children, adolescents and adults in an outpatient office setting. Afternoon and evening availability is required. Work will take place mainly at the Berea office.

Also, there are several

prac/internship slots available in the Residential Treatment Facility. This site located at Berea Children’s Home in Berea and is a Partial

Hospitalization group program


This site also offers a Diversity in Mental Health Fellowship Program. This program is a paid internship position of $5,000 to a student of color. The program requires a separate application, which can be requested at the number above. Students are encouraged to apply for both an internship position as well as the Fellowship.

Benjamin Rose Institute Keith Brown 216-791-8000

11900 Fairhill Rd, Suite 300 Cleveland, OH 44120

Agency provides counseling

services to older adults, mainly in their homes.

Bridgeway Sandra Scully Programmer 631-8686

871 Denison Ave,


Bridgeway, Inc. Connie Boros 216-281-2660 8301 Detroit Ave. Cleveland, Ohio 44109

Community support services,

counseling, crisis intervention,

employment, vocational; Adult sex

offenders service, family

preservation, parenting and

counseling services. Evening and

Saturday hours available.


Buckeye Woodland Jackie Thornhill 17505 Crestland Rd

Children and Family Services

Jocelyn Dillard Chief 216-391-5253

8111 Quincy Place, Cleveland OH 216-391-6136 Chester Paskin Assistant Coordinator 216-751-8453 14201 Salhingtion, Shaker Heights, OH 44120 216-751-3780

Children's Advantage Mary McCracken

Clinical Director


520 N. Chestnut Street Ravenna, Ohio 44266

Individual, family and group

counseling with children and

adolescence; outpatient mental

health center; services to schools; day treatment; case management services, psychiatric services and prevention.

CJ. Hendry & Associates, Inc. Carol Ball 440-892-7034

x 203


25000 Center Ridge Rd., Suite 6

Westlake, OH 44145

Private Practice setting, individual, Marriage and family counseling. www.cjhendry.com

Cleveland Central Catholic Terry Edwards Principal

216-441-4700 ext 226

6550 Baxter Ave,

Cleveland OH 44105 216-441-8353

Cleveland Christian Home Kale Bremer

Clinical Counselor


2202 Prame Ave,

Cleveland, OH 44109 Cleveland Learning Center


Marie Shaker Counselor 216-961-2003

7901 Halle Ave, Cleveland OH 44102


Cleveland Rape Crisis Center Claire Campbell

216-619-6194 ext. 118


1370 Ontario Street, Suite 420

Cleveland, Ohio 44113

Crisis counseling, individual and group counseling, working with trauma


CSU Counseling Center Lou Sauerz Counselor 216-687-2277

2121 Euclid Ave, 254B UC, Cleveland OH 44115


CSU Dept of Student


Paul Putman Coordinator 216-687-2048 2121 Euclid Ave,

Cleveland, OH 44115


CSU Mother Manision & Cole Center

Melodie Yates

CSU Campus, Office of Minority Affairs, Cleveland, OH 44115

Cuyahoga County Dept. of Children and Family Services

Ann Deescher Supervisor 216-881-4092 3955 Euclid Ave, Cleveland

OH 44115


Cuyahoga County Juvenile

Court Julie McCune

Supervisor, Multi Systemic 216-443-5003, 218-3326 1801 St. Claire Ave, Cleveland, OH 44114 216-443-8438

Case Western Reserve

University 216-368-5872 Joy.pengilly@case.edu

201 Sears Library building,

10900 Euclid Ave.,

Cleveland, OH 44106 Catholic Charities Services,

Parmadale & Outpatient

Mental H.

440-845-7700 440-843-5501

6753 State Rd., Parma, OH 44134

Catholic Charities Services of Cuyahoga County


Bixenstine 440-843-5535

7800 Detroit Ave. Cleveland, Ohio 44102

Outpatient counseling services for children and families; mental health diagnostic assessment; individual

and group counseling.


Catholic Social Services Nancy Pekar 330-762-7481 npekar@clevelandcatholiccharities.org 640 N. Main Street

Akron, Ohio 44310

Family, adults, children, parenting classes, couples, life-skills training. Family and individual counseling; pregnancy prevention groups for adolescent girls.

Center for Effective Living 216-464-7555

Main office: 23230 Chagrin

Blvd., suite 405,

Beachwood, OH 44122 Center for Families & Children

(Note: There are several

216-431-5800 4400 Euclid Ave, OH,


satellite offices both east and west side. Confirm which location you will be going for your initial interview and

ultimate assignment.) Ali Thomas Director of HR

216-432-7200 Ext. 349

Western Reserve Building 4500 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, Ohio 44103

Outpatient individual/group

counseling for adults and children;

Employee Assistance Program;

Intake, assessment and referral, short-term counseling; substance

abuse issues, relationship

problems, mood disorders, anxiety

and parenting concerns.


Dan Kershner Supervisor 216-252-5800

3929 Rocky River Dr. OH 44111

Cleveland Center for Eating Disorders

216- 765-0500 lwisniewski@edcleveland.com

Chagrin Blvd., Beachwood, OH 44122

Cleveland Rape Crisis Center 216- 619-6192 1370 Ontario St # 420,

Cleveland, OH 44113

Connections. Debbie Tkak 216-831-6466 OH 44122

Community Assessment and

Treatment Services (C.A.T.S.) Tim Tress 216-441-0200, ext 108 8415 Broadway Cleveland, Ohio 44105

Residential chemical dependency programs; individual and group counseling.

Community Counseling


440-998-4210, ext 272

ccckfronc@alltel.net 2801 C Court, Ashlabula,

OH 44004

Cornerstone Of Hope Matt Williams

216-524-3787 ext 224

5905 Brecksville Rd. Independence, OH 44131

Provides individual and group

counseling for adults and children

dealing with issues around


Crossroads: Lake County

Adolescent Counseling


Marty Newman HR 440-255-1700 8445 Munson Road

Mentor, Ohio 44060

Adolescent, children and their

families-outpatient, individual,

group, family counseling, substance abuse, mental health counseling, school based counseling. online applications:


Cuyahoga Community

College 216-987-3064

3343 Community College Ave, Cleveland, OH 44115

Cuyahoga County Witness/

Victim Service Center 216- 443-3082

1275 Ontario Street, 2nd

Floor, Cleveland,

Ohio 44113 Department of Senior and

Adult Services 216-420-6834

1701 E 12th st., Cleveland, OH 44114

Domestic Violence Center Laura Ross 216-651-8484

P.O. Box 5466 Cleveland, Ohio 44101

Adults, children in domestic

violence situations, living in battered women's shelters

Education Alternatives

Michael Kearney


Director 440-324-1168

1514 Lake Ave, Elyria, 44035

Kim Jordan 216-220-0286 kjordan@easchools.org 7777 Exchange St.

Valley View, OH 44125

EA provides outpatient counseling

to students K-12 who are

educationally disabled. The schools are located in Elyria, Strongsville,

Cuyahoga Falls, Willoughby,

Bedford. Hours are 8:30am –

2:20pm. Interested students should email Kim a resume prior to calling.

Emerge Ministries, Inc. Heather Simon 330-867-5603 hsimon@emerge.org 900 Mull Avenue

Akron, Ohio 44313

Christian counseling center.



EASE@Work Ali Thomas 216-325-9349

4500 Euclid Avenue

Cleveland, OH 44103

EASE@Work provides a full menu

of employee assistance and

work/life services to maximize the effectiveness of employees; assists employees in managing work and

Personal issues; EASE@Work

offers employee assistance

programs to corporations,

manufacturers, universities, school systems, labor unions and nonprofit

organizations. Under general

direction and supervision, intern

conducts EAP client intake,

assessments and provides the necessary resources to help initiate resolutions. Provides one-on-one specific counseling to clients as necessary. Performs training for the

EASE program. Works with

providers, client, community

programs and internal staff. Attends

Critical Incident Stress

Management with licensed

professionals as requested.

Family Behavioral Health


Jennifer Morris

440-460-0140 ext 22

6559 Wilson Mills Road Jefferson Park Complex Building #3

Mayfield Village, 44143

Private practice setting; individual, family, and group counseling.


Faust Psychological Services David Wright 216-363-2363 main # 216-363-2261 Lutheran Hospital 1730 West 25th Street, Suite 4E Cleveland, OH 44113

Private practice within a hospital setting; both individual and group counseling; two ongoing groups – a Chemical Dependency group and a Trauma group; a wide range of

counseling services, including

assessment, diagnosis,

psychological testing and individual and group treatment; problems commonly addressed are: mood disorders, anxiety/stress disorders, women’s issues, substance abuse,

weight management, anger,

trauma, adjustment disorders,

marital/family problems, smoking cessation, sexual cessation, sexual

dysfunction, sport/performance

issues, chronic pain, disruptive

behavior, attention deficit and

medical non-compliance. There are

a wide range of hours;

appointments are available day, evening and Saturdays.

Firelands Counseling 419-557-5175

Offices are conveniently located throughout Erie,

Huron, Lorain, Ottawa,

Sandusky, Seneca, and Wyandot Counties

Free Clinic of Greater

Cleveland Buddy Bailey

Associate Director of Behavioral Health 216-707-3478 B_bailey@thefreeclinic.org 12201 Euclid Ave., Cleveland OH 44106

Serves primarily adults, some

adolescents, no children. Provides

individual, group, family, and

couples counseling, presenting


treatment, and domestic violence; must go through training program; evenings available Janet Share PCC & Supervising Counselor 216-721-4010 Gail Kopelowitz Director, Mental Health 216-707-3465 216-721-2431

Franklin D. Roosevelt Carnetta D. Clark

Glenbeigh Outpatient Center of Beachwood

Marilou Mertz 216-464-5800

3789 Green Road Beachwood, OH 44122

Outpatient Chemical Dependency treatment

Gathering Hope House 440-233-7400

1173 North Ridge Road East, Suite 102, Lorain, Ohio 44055 Glenbeigh Center of Beachwood Rothanne M. Anderson Counselor 216-464-5800 3789 B Green Rd, Beachwood OH 44122

Hospice of the Western


216-383-2222 300 East 185th Street,

Cleveland, Ohio 44119

Hopewell Day Treatment

Center Steven Sheppard Coordinator 216-227-2730

11502 Franklin Blvd,

Cleveland OH 44118 216-227-2740

Jewish Family Service

Assoc., (JFSA) Bob Bologa 216-292-3999 24075 Commerce Park Blvd Beachwood, Ohio 44122 Serves SMD population, Individual/group counseling, in home therapy

John Carroll University

Counseling Center

John Ropar 216-397-4201

4567 S. Belvoir Blvd. University Heights, Ohio 44118

Individual and group counseling with college-aged students, and alumni.

John Carroll University

Student Career Development Center


Marco-Scanlon 216-397-4237

20700 N. Park Blvd. University Heights, Ohio 44118

Career counseling, programming, individual counseling, testing and interpretation.

Ken DeLuca and Associates Joe Ann Wallace 440-327-1800

35888 Center Ridge Road

North Ridgeville, Ohio


Private practice setting; counseling for individuals, family and children


Lakewood Hospital Teen

Health Center 216-391-8336 MKURZ6181@WOWWDY.COM

15644 Madison Ave., Lakewood, OH 44107 Laurelwood Counseling Center of Mentor Amy Skerry Center Director 440-953- 3000 7060 Wayside Drive, Mentor, OH 44060

Lake Geauga Recovery


Steve Roos 440-255-0678

X 218

9083 Mentor Ave Mentor, oh 44060

Laurelwood Hospital Jennifer Jeffers LISW 440-953-3369

35900 Euclid Ave,

Willoughby, OH 44094 440-953-3274

Lutheran Children’s Aid and Family Services


4100 Franklin Blvd. Cleveland, Ohio 44113

Family services outpatient agency

Mary B Martin Sharon Grob

School Counselor


8200 Brookline Ave,

Cleveland, OH 44103

Mental Health Servises, Inc Richard J Oliver Program


216-623-6888 1736 Superior Ave,

Cleveland OH 44114


Mooney Linda Wilkins

Guidance Counselor 440-351-6289 3213 Montclaire, Cleveland , OH 44109 440-741-8722

Moore Counseling &


Martina Moore 216-404-1900

20690 Lakeland Blvd. Euclid, OH 44119

Individual and Group counseling,

Chemical Dependency, EAP,

Mediation – Private Practice setting Marymount Behavioral Health


Judith Irene Sheilds

Clinical Director 440-953-3369 35900 Euclid Ave, Willoughby, OH 44094 Constance Rochford Senior Clinician 440-944-6625 30545 Willowick Dr., Willowick, OH 44095 440-944-7515 David Kribel (216) 581-0500 Ext. 2454 12300 McCraken Rd., Garfield heights, OH 44125

Inpatient, mental health, chemical dependency. Partial Hospitalization.

Medina Child & Family


330-833-3135, ext 112

starcherbe@mh.state.oh.us 3076 Remsen Rd, Medina,

OH 4425

Mount Union College

Counseling Services Annette Petro, Cryder 330-823-2485 Cryderap@muc.edu 1972 Clark Avenue CMB 1262 Alliance, OH 44601

Individual counseling, Career

counseling, relationship counseling, consultation for students, staff,


psychoeducation. There is a stipend for the position. Must apply early (Jan.)

Murtis Taylor Multi-Service

Centers Roberta Taliaferro


ext. 2393 rtaliaferro@murtistaylor.org

13422 Kinsman Road Cleveland, Ohio 44120

Counseling for adults, adolescents and children; SMD population; groups

216-681-2141 1862 Noble Rd.,

New Directions, Inc. John Wagner 216-591-0324

30800 Chagrin Blvd. Cleveland, OH 44124

Adolescent chemical

dependency-residential outpatient, aftercare programs, group, some individual. Many clients have been abused and have multiple problem areas.

North East Ohio Health

Services Michael S. Rodio Supervisor

216-831-6464 ext 394

23210 Chagrin Blvd, Suite

400, Beachwood, OH


Neighboring Mental Health

Services Ken Gill 440-942-1398

5930 Heisley Rd. Mentor, Ohio 44060

Adults, families, individual, group,

serving a variety of clinical

populations and varying severity of needs. Vocational services. Support and educational programs.

North East Ohio Mental

Health Service (Connections) Debra Tkac

216-587-6727 Ext. 3

24200 Chagrin Blvd. Beachwood, Ohio 44122

Community Mental Health Center. Individual and group counseling;

SMD population; older adult

services Timia DelPrete-Brown 216-831-6466 Ext. 306 Main #: 216-831-6466

Oakview Behavioral Health Center, Southwest General Health Center

Bob Larkin 440-816-8200

18697 Bagley Road Middleburg Heights, OH 44130

Outpatient and short-term

residential center for Mental Health

and Chemical Dependency


Outpatient and Partial Hospitalization treatment groups

using Dialectical Behavioral

Therapy (DBT). Individual and

group counseling experiences

available. Oberlin College Counseling


440-775- 8470 Charles.ross@oberlin.edu

247 West Lorain str., suite D, Oberlin, OH 44074 Ohio Department of Youth


216-787-3542 Matthew.Daly@dys.ohio.gov

615 West superior Ave., suite 860, Cleveland, OH 44113

Oaks Family Care Center Betty Barlow Director 330-220-7777

4196 Center Rd, Brunswick OH 44212

Pathways Counseling &

Growth Center

(440) 323-5707

312 Third Street, Elyria, OH 44035

Pressley Ridge 216-324-3101 lallomong@pressleyridge.org

23701 Miles rd., Cleveland, OH 44128

Parmadale Children's Home Vickie Ochoa 440-843-5528

6753 State Road Parma, Ohio 44134

Adolescents and families,

residential services, educational, partial hospitalization, foster-care,

in-home therapy, case

management, individual, group & family therapy.

Pastoral Counseling Services Barbara Vassel 330-996-4600 akronpcs1@aol.com

282 W. Bowery Street Akron, Ohio 44307

Individual and group counseling for adolescents.

Pathways Stacy Holland 440-918-1000

Ext. 202

7350 Palisades Parkway Mentor, Ohio 44060

Community mental health center, individual and group counseling. Phoenix Place Day Treatment

Center Mark Tapajna

Lead Case Manager 216-781-8229 ext 334 2357 Tremont Ave, Cleveland, OH 44113 Positive Education Program

Connections Nancy Lowery-Bregar 216-361-9100 3134 Euclid Ave. Cleveland, Ohio 44115

Children; Assessment, individual therapy, parent group.


Recovery Resources Joseph Cummins Director of Outpatient Programs 216-431-4131 3950 Chester Ave, Cleveland, OH 44114

Individual, couples, and family

counseling, community support

services (formerly case

management), partial

hospitalization, dual diagnosis,

mentally ill, chemically dependent,

forensic mentally ill; intensive

outpatient treatment. Special

populations: HIV substance abuse,

criminal justice, women's and

children's treatment. Johnni Fiber Therapist & Internship Supervisor 216-781-9222 Jfiber@recres.org 2900 Detroit Rd., Cleveland OH 44113 Joseph Cummins 216-241-5493

14805 Detroit Ave., Suite 320, Lakewood, OH 44107 Suzana Hahn 216-431-4171 ext 1103 3950 Chester Ave, Cleveland, OH 44114

Rakeesh Ranjan &

Associates Janet Tomasek 216-464-5200 ext 302 3690 Orange Pl, Suite 330 Beachwood, OH 44122

Community Mental Health, Partial

Hospitalization, Individual and

group counseling with a SMD population

Ravenwood Mental Health Center Vicki Clark 440-285-3568 ext 310 12557 Ravenwood Drive Chardon, Ohio 44024

PHP Program involving working with chronic and acute clients as well as individual, group, and family

work; groups include

psychotherapy, psychoeducational, and art therapy as well as family support and community integration

Robert Reitman Bob Reitman 440-716-2222

26777 Lorain Rd., Suite 308

North Olmsted, OH 4470

Private practice setting, specializes in working with youth and their families. Flexible hours.


Safety Through Education Driver Intervention Program

Fred Stevens 440-590-3404 Fstevens68@aol.com

P.O. Box 30460

Middleburg Heights, OH 44130

Week-end DUI program.

Assessment and treatment of

chemical dependency. Group and

individual counseling.


Shore Jr. High, Mentor George Wargo

Solutions Behavioral

Healthcare, Inc.

Dawn Rist 330-723-9600

246 Northland Drive Medina, OH 44256

Outpatient mental health and

chemical dependency treatment services to children, adolescents, and adults. Includes: diagnostic assessment, group counseling and

intensive outpatient programs,

behavioral health counseling

(individual and family), crisis

intervention, community services and prevention programs.

Signature Health Inc.

Patty Smith

(440)953-9999 ext 130

38879 Mentor Ave. Willoughby, OH 44094

A variety of mental health and chemical dependency services for

adults and children including

counseling, community support, partial hospitalization and group counseling.

440-992-8552 Ashtabula office

216-663-6100 Maple heights office

The Nord Center Karen Greene Admin. Sup 440-322-4663

6140 South Broadway,


The Cleveland Clinic

Foundation Karen Broer

(216) 444-0480 Department of Psychiatry and Psychology/P57 9500 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44195

Clinical setting in which interns can choose to spend time (depending

on their interest) in Health

Psychology, Consultation-Liaison

Psychiatry, Alcohol and Drug

Recovery, and Adult Inpatient and

Outpatient Psychiatry; interns

spend a major portion of their time with the adult outpatient population in the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders; interns can attend psychiatry resident didactics, grand

rounds, or other educational

programs; interns run

psychoeducational groups on stress management/relaxation in Alcohol and Drug Recovery

The Far West Center Marcella Krause 440-835-6212 fwc@farwestcenter.com

29133 Health Campus Dr, Cleveland, OH 44145

Serves individuals and families; diagnostic assessment, individual,

family and group counseling;

psychotherapy; psychiatric and

medication management;

community support services for individuals and groups; partial hospitalization.

The Women’s Center of Greater Cleveland

216-651-1450 6209 Storer Avenue

Cleveland, OH 44102

Outpatient chemical dependency counseling; dual diagnosis center

Treatment Alternatives to

Street Crime

Marylou Bartkus 216-443-5630 mbartkus@cuyahogacounty.us

1276 W. 3rd Street Marion Building, Suite 210 Cleveland, Ohio 44113

Individual and group counseling; drug and alcohol assessment; case management.

University Hospitals of


216-844-8952 Felipe.amunategui@UHhospitals.org 11100 Euclid Ave.,


Volunteers of America: The Veterans Resource Center

Debbie Ornowski 216-541-9000 775 E. 152nd Street

Cleveland, Ohio 44110

The Special Needs/Chronically

Mentally Ill (CMI) Program for

Homeless Veterans is a

comprehensive program of

intensive time-limited case

management, clinical treatment,

peer support and permanent

housing assistance that is designed to result in the long-term community reintegration of homeless veterans who are diagnosed with chronic

mental illness and substance

abuse. The duties and

responsibilities can be flexible to meet your interests and needs and

include diagnostic assessment,

individual therapy, group therapy, and case management. Flexible hours: 7 days a week 24 hours. Population: homeless veterans with chronic mental illness and chemical dependency issues, male and female, 25-60 years old.


Women's Link, Lorain County Community College

Tracey Maxwell Coordinator 440-366-4035

1005 Abbe Road North Elyria, Ohio 44035-1691

(Intern will need an outside


Resource center for men and women; provides assistance with a

multitude of issues including

academic issues, employment,

financial concerns, housing, child care, health care, transportation,

legal problems, and Personal



Windsor Laurelwood Chantel Dlugos 440-953-3000

35900 Euclid Ave. Willoughby, OH 44094

Mental health and Chemical

dependency outpatient treatment, mainly groups, (IOP, PHP) Evenings available

Women's Link, Lorain County Community College

Tracey Maxwell Coordinator 440-366-4035

1005 Abbe Road North Elyria, Ohio 44035-1691

Outpatient chemical dependency residential program for women; individual and group counseling; dual diagnosis center

Womansafe Inc. 440-286-7154 Devon715@mns.com

PO Box 656, Chadron, OH 44024

Y-Haven Transitional Housing

for Homeless Men 216-431-2018

6001 Woodland Ave # 4, Cleveland, OH 44104


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