Street Card Updated

The new version of the Street Card and the Veteran Street Card are now posted on the NEOCH website here.  We are updating it in winter because the Coordinated Intake moved from the shelters to 1736 Superior on the second Floor.  They will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. everyday.  After hours men go to 2100 Lakeside and women go to 2227 Payne Ave and families call 2-1-1.  This is a big move that should be great for many who are weary of going to shelter.  We put all this on the Street Card and is available to print out.  We felt that the Coordinated Intake move is so huge that we had to update the Street Card at the 6 month mark.  We are still working on a printing strategy. 

For those who do not know, the Street Card is a one page document of all the services available to homeless people directly from the street.  This front and back page is easy to give out to homeless people and lists everything that is available without a referral.  It lists weekly and daily food, legal, housing, counseling and other important numbers. We have published a Street Card in Cleveland for 26 years and typically update it in the summer.  This is the first year we did an interim update because of the move of Coordinated Intake to the Second Floor of the Cosgrove Center.

Brian Davis

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