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December 30, 2019

John Corlett’s top 10 reports from 2019

Producing a “top 10” list of Community Solutions publications is a dangerous undertaking. There is so much excellent content it’s hard to just pick 10 pieces. In 2019 alone we wrote 90 blog posts, not to mention 21 issue briefs and research papers. Many of them ended up on the front pages of newspapers, in...

December 23, 2019

What Community Solutions Needs to Know

Earlier this year The Center for Community Solutions asked subscribers to our e-newsletter “5 Things You Need To Know” to weigh in our current work, our future direction and our impact. More than 350 people responded and represented a wide variety of constituencies – Community Solutions board and staff, volunteers, policy makers, social service providers,...

April 29, 2019

What does Ohio legislative district data tell us about older adults and people with disabilities?

The Center for Community Solutions’ state legislative district profiles provide a wealth of economic, health, demographic and educational information that can sometimes explain how a state legislator might view the world and the issues they might focus during their legislative service. Last year I was appointed by Governor John Kasich to serve on the Ohio...

February 25, 2019

Undesign the Redline: Remembering Judge Frederick Coleman

Earlier this year a group of staff and board members from The Center for Community Solutions visited the Undesign the Redline exhibit hosted by Enterprise Community Partners, Cleveland Neighborhood Progress and Mt. Pleasant NOW Development Corporation. The exhibit looks at how a legacy of racial and class inequity continues to shape our public policies today...

April 5, 2018

Ohio Medicaid Funding for County Program for Children with Autism, and Other Mental Health Needs, Slated to End

In less than 100 days the Ohio Department of Medicaid (ODM) is poised to end a special funding arrangement for a 27-year-old program in Cuyahoga County called Positive Education Program (PEP) Connections. Each year, PEP Connections serves nearly 900 high-risk youth with autism, and or other intensive mental health needs who are also at risk...

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