The next Ferguson, Missouri, will happen again -- in some other community where the police and the policed are mutually suspicious and wary of one another, writes Plain Dealer columnist Phillip Morris. But it doesn't have to.
An Open House for our new building on the CATS’ campus is scheduled for Friday, September 5, 2014, from 1:00pm-5pm. This event is open to the public with tours of the new building, food and music.
Plans for the new facility have been underway for a little more than a year and have enjoyed the ardent support of local, state and federal officials. The facility will be a new addition to the CATS’ campus on Broadway and Harvard Avenues, and will provide drug, alcohol and mental health services for clients in Cuyahoga County.
Executive Director, Roxanne Wallace, who headed the development and expansion efforts, said that, “Our new addition will complement our best in class treatment services and will provide incoming client’s primary treatment services delivered by some of the best clinicians in the treatment industry.”
The project, managed by CFO, Tom Wengerd will include a 10,000+ square foot building with 2 floors and will provide accommodations for up to sixty clients. The architectural space itself was designed and constructed by Marous Brothers.
Please join us as we celebrate the Grand Opening of this new facility!
Event Info: Grand Opening Friday, September 5, 2014, 1pm-5pm
8411 Broadway Avenue Cleveland, OH
Any Questions, please contact
Director of Human Resources
& Community Liaison
Community Assessment & Treatment Services(CATS)
8411 Broadway Ave. Cleveland, Ohio 44105
Phone: 216-206-5208 Fax: 216-441-3637
We look forward to celebrating your MyPATH experience with you on Tuesday August 12 from 6 to 8 pm at Trinity Cathedral. Trinity Cathedral is located at 2230 Euclid Avenue. Parking is available in the lot behind the building – off of Prospect (near E 22nd St). If you are taking the HealthLine you may enter the building off of Euclid Avenue (across from Cleveland State University). This is where participants will share their MyPATH experience and we will see the film created by the MyMedia youth.
This is a celebration of your accomplishments this summer. Please invite your family and friends to join us.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Alicia Petrella at firstname.lastname@example.org!
“Diverse Roles and Common Goals: Hospital-Community Partnerships to Reduce Trauma and Violence”
Free Legal Advice is being offered through the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland on 8/9 (9:30-11 AM at The Cleveland Public Library--Carnegie West Branch) and 8/13 (5-6:30 PM at the East Cleveland Public Library). First come first served. Call 216-687-1900 or visit www.lasclev.org! *Civil Matters only*