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Programs provided by Cuyahoga County Health and Human Services improve the quality of life for people across the county.

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Last year,
more than 500,000 people and 200,000 families received
vital help...


...vital help like child protection, mental health services, emergency housing, drug and alcohol treatment, high-quality early childhood education, essential medical and trauma care, interventions for at-risk youth, and programs that help seniors live independently at home. This March, Cuyahoga County voters will decide whether to continue and strengthen critical services by renewing a 4.8 mill levy for eight years.

 It won’t raise taxes. 

Your vote keeps vital

health and human services:

Protect children from abuse and neglect

Prevent violence against women and children

Continue home health, meals and heating assistance for seniors

Keep MetroHealth’s trauma care and health safety net

Sustain mental health and addiction recovery services

Support Witness/Victims of crime services

Provide emergency housing for veterans, disabled, and homeless residents

Support child-care, pre-school, foster care, parenting training


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