The Cosgrove Center is quickly becoming the center of the homeless universe in Cleveland. They have a 20 year old drop in/meal program that is used by 200 people a day on average. Then Coordinated Intake moved onto the second floor of the Center and you have to go to those offices in order to get shelter in Cleveland. Now, the third floor has the Frontline Veteran's services and a new art center run by staff at the Cosgrove Center (pictured above). Residents of the shelter can do art therapy and just work out the creative side of their brains. They are working on a computer lab for the future, and have a weekly clothing distribution program. You can get mail at Cosgrove and there is a monthly attorney available. A homeless person can get ID assistance and can meet with a health care professional or someone from the Veteran's Administration. If you are homeless in Cleveland, you can go to 1736 Superior Ave. in Cleveland.
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