To Volunteer & Other General Information, Contact: Carly Hill, Manager of External Affairs 216-535-9100 ext. 257

Care Alliance 2018 Wellness Walk




To Volunteer & Other General Information, Contact:

Carly Hill, Manager of External Affairs

216-535-9100 ext. 257


Wrapped with Care: Children’s Holiday Party

Wrapped with Care

Join us as we host our first ever Children’s Holiday Party on December 13th, 1PM-4PM at the Central Neighborhood Clinic. Children, ages 12 and under, will enjoy music, fun, games and a gift from Santa as supplies last. If you are interested in donating toys or items towards this event, drop-off sites are located at the Central Neighborhood Clinic, Carl B. Stokes Mall, Riverview Tower and our St. Clair Clinic. Donates are accepted now until December 12th.


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Celebrate National Health Center Week with us, August 13-19, 2017!


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Join us for an Inaugural Community Health Center Conference on August 17, 2017

Cleveland is celebrating National Health Center Week with an inaugural Community Health Center Conference this August and you are invited to attend the event!

The theme of the conference is The Role of Primary Care in Combating Opiate Addiction and it is being held on Thursday, August 17, 2017, from 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., at the Tri-C Jerry Sue Thornton Center, 2500 East 22nd Street, Cleveland 44115.

Sponsored by the ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County along with Care Alliance Health Center, Neighborhood Family Practice, NEON Health Services, Circle Health Services, ASIA International Community Health Center, and the Cleveland Department of Public Health, this event will bring local and state experts together to discuss the ongoing opiate epidemic in Northeast Ohio. Join the conversation and learn about the critical role Federally Qualified Health Centers and primary health care providers play in addressing opiate use and other substance abuse issues. You’ll hear from primary and specialty care clinicians, public health specialists, community advocates, and individuals in recovery, all of whom can help you better identify community resources and evidence based approaches for improving patient/client care.

Healthcare Administrators, Clinicians and Support Staff, Social Workers and Social Service Providers are encouraged to attend.

Click here to register for this conference.

  • Only $25.00 per person
  • 5.25 CEUs/RCHs will be provided
  • Continental breakfast and lunch provided



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