Fatima Family Center

6600 Lexington Avenue, Cleveland OH 44103



Fatima Family Center, located in Cleveland’s Hough neighborhood, provides programs and services for all ages, including an cultural, leadership and development activities for children and youth, homework assistance, summer camp, field trips and recreational programs. Fatima also provides adult services including parenting classes, computer lab, health screenings and food pantry. Older adults can benefit from socialization activities designed specifically for them.


Executive Director:   Lajean Ray


Lexington Bell Community Center

7724 Lexington Ave, Cleveland, Ohio 44103

(216) 391-4100


Lexington-Bell Community Center’s mission is to strengthen and empower residents in the Hough neighborhood area through the delivery of quality social, educational and recreational services, in a charitable manner, with emphasis on a total family approach, and to support the cultural, social, economic and political participation of its neighbors. In addition, the Center advocates, in a responsible manner, changes in systems that directly or indirectly affect this mission.

Lexington-Bell Community Center has provided quality social services to more than three generations of families who reside in the Hough, St. Clair, and Superior areas of Cleveland. Lexington-Bell Community Center’s continued commitment to youth, families and the community is demonstrated daily through the programs and services that it provides.


Lexington-Bell Community Center’s long-standing history of providing quality, multidimensional, culturally appropriate, community-based programs and services has inspired trust and confidence in the agency and created a strong community bond.


Executive Director:  Lu Anne Peters



Cleveland UMADAOP

(Urban Minority Alcoholism Drug Abuse Outreach Project)

1215 East 79th Street, Ohio 44103

(216) 361-2040


Cleveland Urban Minority Alcoholism Drug Abuse Outreach Project, Inc, (UMADAOP) is a 501 ©(3)  independent and multi-program prevention organization, that is committed to promoting health and drug free living among the African American citizens in Cuyahoga County.  Cleveland UMADAOP works with a host of community organizations, government agencies, policy makers and others to help secure the health and welfare of African American communities.  Through its extensive network of collaborative relationships the agency continues to make substantial gains on its vision of creating African American communities that are healthy and drug-free.


Executive Director: Jessica Horne

Hough • St Clair Superior

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