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Cuyahoga County Division of Senior and Adult Services
The Division of Senior and Adult Services is committed to ensuring the safety of residents during the extreme heat this weekend. Seniors and Adult with Disabilities who need immediate assistance should contact our Centralized Intake Line at (216) 420-6700.
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Adult Protective Services On-Line Referral
The Cuyahoga County Division of Senior and Adult Services is pleased to share with our community the addition of a web portal that will allow any individual to make a referral concerning the well-being or safety of an adult, directly to Adult Protective Services by clicking this link:
It is an easy tool that consists of four screens. Upon completion of the referral, it will be reviewed by the supervisor of our Centralized Intake Unit, and if appropriate, assigned to an Intake worker for assignment. People making a referral will be contacted and notified that the case was accepted. The person making the referral may be contacted if more information is necessary.
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"Senior Center Knowledge Forum a Success"
On May 17, 2016 at Crowne Plaza - Independence, the Division of Senior and Adult Services (DSAS) hosted the "Senior Center Knowledge Forum: Best Practices and New Models of Service", which raised awareness on the importance of senior centers in the continuum of care. Also, at the forum, DSAS announced winners of the four $25,000 Senior Center Innovation Grants. "The launch of the Senior Center Innovation Fund heralds a new era as the Division of Senior and Adult Services creates a path for senior centers to adopt new models that are responsive to the changing needs of senior living in Cuyahoga County", said Division of Senior and Adult Services Administrator, Dr. Richard Jones. Earlier this year, Cuyahoga County released an RFP soliciting proposals from senior center collaboratives comprised of non-profit and/or municipal senior centers, to develop innovative service models for the delivery of senior center services. These four winning collaboratives will compete for two (2) additional grants of $50,000 each, which will be used to help implement their innovative design. The Cuyahoga County Division of Senior and Adult Services will continue to monitor and provide oversight to this process. More information about the winners will be posted soon.
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