From welcoming new families to the neighborhood to providing critical needs—like health screenings—settlement houses play a critical role in #cleveland neighborhoods. Listen to three local settlement house leaders: Lovell Custard, Executive Vice President of Murtis Taylor Human Services System, Atunyese Herron, President & CEO for East End Neighborhood House, Inc., and Rachelle Milner, Executive Director of the Westside Community House as they share the many ways they are addressing disparities within the neighborhoods they serve.
- Active Settlement Houses
- Focus on Neighborhoods: A History of Responses by Cleveland’s Settlement Houses and Neighborhood Centers to Changing Human Needs, published by Greater Cleveland Neighborhood Centers Association
- Democratizing Cleveland: The Rise and Fall of Community Organizing in Cleveland, Ohio 1975-1985, published by Belt Publishing, also available here.