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Community Solutions’ work and experts are regularly covered by national, state and local print, broadcast and online media. Reporters and editors depend on Community Solutions as a source of reliable data and sound, nonpartisan, data-driven analyses of critical community issues. Our staff members are available to submit opinion editorials to newspapers and or to appear as experts on radio and television programs. We can also provide journalists with background information on important community issues and connect them with other sources of information.

See selected media coverage that uses our research and analysis listed below.

January 2020

Public News Service interviewed Director of Public Policy and Advocacy Tara Britton and quoted her blog post, Data shows drop in unintentional drug overdose deaths in 2018, in “Ohio Drug Overdose Deaths Fall to Three-Year Low” (1/21/20)

The Plain Dealer’s Ginger Christ quoted President and Executive Director John Corlett in her piece “New SNAP requirements, red tape could leave more Ohioans without food” (1/19/20)

ideastream’s State of Ohio featured President and Executive Director John Corlett on “Director Says Medicaid A “Mess”, Deadline For Voucher Fix Looming” (1/17/20)

Cleveland.com’s Laura Hancock interviewed President and Executive Director John Corlett for her piece “State reveals $1.2 billion Ohio Benefits system riddled with defects a year out from Medicaid work requirements” (1/16/20)

WCBE 90.5 quoted President and Executive Director John Corlett in “State Medicaid Director Blasts Flawed Framework” (1/15/20)

Dayton Daily News’ Kaitlin Schroeder quoted President and Executive Director John Corlett in her piece “Ohio Medicaid director said DeWine administration inherited ‘mess’” (1/14/20)

Akron Beacon Journal republished The Columbus Dispatch Catherine Candisky’s piece “Ohio Medicaid report blasts Kasich administration for ‘inherited mess’” (1/14/20)

The Columbus Dispatch’s Cathy Candisky quoted President and Executive Director John Corlett for her piece “Ohio Medicaid report blasts Kasich administration for ‘inherited mess’” (1/14/20)

90.3 WCPN’s Taylor Haggerty interviewed Treuhaft Chair for Health Planning Loren Anthes in this piece “New SNAP Regulations Will End Benefits For An Estimated 20,000 Ohioans” (1/14/20)

The Hannah Report mentioned President and Executive Director John Corlett in “Corcoran Memo Details Medicaid ‘Mess'” (1/14/20)

The Columbus Dispatch’s Cathy Candisky interviewed Treuhaft Chair for Health Planning Loren Anthes for her piece “20,000 poor Ohioans could lose food stamps under new rules from Trump administration” (1/13/20)

Dayton Daily News’ Kaitlin Schroeder interviewed Treuhaft Chair for Health Planning Loren Anthes for her piece “Ohio Medicaid making change to $3B prescription program” (1/5/20)

Cleveland.com and The Plain Dealer’s editorial board mentioned President and Executive Director John Corlett for their piece “Tax increase for health and human services merits your support, despite Cuyahoga County’s bad messaging” (1/5/20)

Cleveland.com published President and Executive Director John Corlett’s Op-Ed, USDA set to cut $13 million in Cleveland anti-hunger aid: John Corlett (1/5/20)

Modern Healthcare published President and Executive Director John Corlett’s Letter-to-the-Editor, Letters: Cleveland systems show how providers can promote long-term community health (1/4/20)

December 2019

Akron Beacon Journal cited Community Solutions’ report Mental health care needs of older adults are growing and the system needs to change in “Agencies partner to offer behavioral health services to seniors” (12/23/19)

The Capitol Monitor mentioned Community Solutions’ report The poorer your neighborhood, the shorter your life in “Happenings Weeks of Dec. 2/Dec. 9, 2019” (12/20/19)

The Hannah Report cited Community Solutions’ report Mental health care needs of older adults are growing and the system needs to change in “CCS Says Impending ‘Wave’ of Older Ohioans Will Test Mental Health Systems” (12/19/19)

Cleveland Scene cited Community Solutions’ blog posts Cleveland ranks 1-2-3 in poverty and Cleveland is dead last in child poverty in “The Arc of the Cleveland T-Shirt Economy Bends Toward Justice” (12/19/19)

Crain’s Cleveland Business mentioned President and Executive Director John Corlett for their piece “Greater Cleveland Partnership reluctant to endorse Cuyahoga County’s health and human services levy” (12/19/19)

Cleveland.com interviewed President and Executive Director John Corlett for their piece “Two health-care leaders pledge oversight of how Cuyahoga County would spend tax increase” (12/19/19)

The Plain Dealer mentioned Community Solutions collaborative funding support nine journalism grants in “Journalism collaborative projects will share $110,000 grant for community and information needs in Cleveland and Akron” (12/19/19)

Mahoning Matters quoted Research Associate Kate Warren and cited Community Solutions’ report The poorer your neighborhood, the shorter your life for their piece “Life expectancy ranges 18 years between Canfield and Youngstown’s North Side” (12/16/19)

Modern Healthcare cited Community Solutions’ blog post, Cleveland ranks 1-2-3 in poverty, in “MetroHealth project spurs training of Hispanic construction workers” (12/14/19)

90.3 WCPN’s Rick Jackson and a panel of guest reporters discussed Community Solutions’ report The poorer your neighborhood, the shorter your life in “Weekly Regional Roundtable December 13, 2019” (12/13/19)

Warren Tribune Chronicle mentioned Community Solutions’ community health needs assessment conducted on behalf of Akron Children’s Hospital in “Hospital reveals pediatric health priorities” (12/10/19)

Public News Service’s Mary Schuermann Kuhlman interviewed Research Associate Kate Warren and cited Community Solutions’ report The poorer your neighborhood, the shorter your life for her piece, “In Ohio, the Poorer Your Neighborhood, the Shorter Your Life” (12/10/19)

News 5 Cleveland interviewed Research Associate Kate Warren and cited Community Solutions’ report The poorer your neighborhood, the shorter your life for “Life expectancy in Northeast Ohio differs dramatically by neighborhood” (12/9/19)

ideastream’s Taylor Haggerty interviewed President and CEO John Corlett and cited Community Solutions’ Public Comment to the U.S. Department of Agriculture Regarding Proposed Standardization of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) State Heating and Cooling Standard Utility Allowances (SUA) for her piece “Proposed SNAP Changes Would Impact 41% Of Ohio Recipients” (12/9/19)

The Chronicle-Telegram quoted Research Associate Kate Warren for their piece “How the infant mortality rate for African-Americans dropped in Lorain County” (12/9/19)

ideastream’s Lisa Ryan featured Research Associate Kate Warren and Community Solutions’ report The poorer your neighborhood, the shorter your life for her piece, “Ohio Report: How Long You Live Depends On Where You Live” (12/9/19)

Cleveland.com’s Laura Hancock interviewed Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes for her piece, “President Donald Trump’s SNAP rule to have effects in Appalachia and on Ohio Medicaid work requirements” (12/6/19)

The Columbus Dispatch cited Community Solutions’ Public Comment to the U.S. Department of Agriculture Regarding Proposed Standardization of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) State Heating and Cooling Standard Utility Allowances (SUA) in “Thousands of Ohioans will lose food stamps under change by Trump administration” (12/4/19)

Mahoning Matters mentioned Community Solutions’ community health needs assessment conducted on behalf of Akron Children’s Hospital in “Akron Children’s assesses issues, strategies in pediatric health” (12/4/19)

Channel 21 WFMJ mentioned Community Solutions’ community health needs assessment conducted on behalf of Akron Children’s Hospital in “Top priority for Akron Children’s is mental health, addressing child trauma” (12/4/19)

The Plain Dealer mentioned Community Solutions’ report Number of Ohio Syringe Services programs triple since 2016 in “Cuyahoga County, ADAMHS Board to fund Fentanyl Test Strip distribution program into 2020” (12/3/19)

November 2019

Channel 21 WFMJ mentioned Community Solutions’ community health needs assessment conducted on behalf of Akron Children’s Hospital in “Top priority for Akron Children’s is mental health, addressing child trauma” (12/4/19)

ideastream’s Lisa Ryan interviewed Associate Director Emily Campbell and cited Community Solutions’ Poverty Speaks: Racial Disparities for her piece “Poll: Poverty Disproportionately Impacts Cuyahoga County’s People Of Color” (11/18/19)

Cleveland.com featured Public Policy & External Affairs Associate Hope Lane’s Op-Ed A minimum-wage raise would make for a happier holiday season (11/17/19)

Mahoning Matters mentioned Community Solutions’ Ohio Health and Human Services Journalism Grant winner Jess Hardin in “Boardman once again looks at creating an ambulance service” (11/13/19)

WOSU 89.7 NPR News republished Karen Kasler’s piece Work Requirements For Ohio Medicaid Expansion To Start In 2021 (11/12/19)

WKSU 89.7 NPR News republished Karen Kasler’s Work Requirements For Ohio Medicaid Expansion To Start In 2021 piece in “Ohioans on Medicaid Must Work or Risk Losing Benefits” (11/12/19)

Statehouse News Bureau’s Karen Kasler interviewed Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes for her piece “Work Requirements For Medicaid Expansion Set To Start In 2021” (11/8/19)

Capitol Monitor mentioned Community Solutions’ Status of Ohio’s Women fact sheets in “Happenings Weeks of Oct. 14-Oct. 28, 2019” (11/5/19)

WCBE Prognosis Ohio podcast’s Dan Skinner interviewed Director of Communications and Digital Strategy Dani Carlson and Community Solutions’ Ohio Health and Human Services Journalism Grant winner Jess Hardin in “Ambulances, Systems, and the State of Health Care Journalism: A Conversation with Jess Hardin” (11/4/19)

WOSU 89.7 NPR News mentioned Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes in “Under Plan, Ohio Must Talk To Medicaid Recipients Before Dropping Coverage” (11/4/19)

The Hour mentioned Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes in “State must talk to Medicaid recipients before coverage drop” (11/2/19)

October 2019

Cleveland.com’s Laura Hancock interviewed Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes for her piece “Planned Ohio Medicaid work requirements call for case workers to contact recipients before they’re cut off” (10/29/19)

94.7 FM Sunny 95’s Clark Donley and  Treuhaft Chair for Health Planning Melissa Federman discussed Community Solutions’ Status of Ohio’s Women fact sheets for his piece “Status of Women” (10/22/19)

Crain’s Cleveland Business editorial cited Community Solutions’ Poverty speaks: Survey of low-income residents in Cuyahoga County in “Crain’s editorial: All in” (10/20/19)

Channel 3 WKYC Studios‘ Danielle Serino interviewed Associate Director Emily Campbell for her piece, “Cleveland leads the nation in child poverty” (10/18/19)

Cleveland.com mentioned Community Solutions Council On Older Persons’ Chair Catherine Ciha in their piece “Cuyahoga County’s ‘wish list’ includes more money for senior services and foster children” (10/16/19)

The Times Gazette cited Community Solutions’ Status of Ohio’s Women fact sheets in “Report: Highland Co. teen birth, chronic disease rates above state average” (10/16/19)

LimaOhio.com reposted “Editorial: Society suffers when women endure inequality, even as the majority” mentioning Community Solutions’ Status of Ohio’s Women fact sheets (10/16/19)

Patch.com’s Chris Mosby interviewed Associate Director Emily Campbell and cited her blog post, Cleveland ranks 1-2-3 in poverty, in “More Than Half Of Cleveland Children Live In Poverty: Data” (10/15/19)

Boston 25 News republished Columbus Disptach’s Op-Ed, “Editorial: Society suffers when women endure inequality, even as the majority” mentioning Community Solutions’ Status of Ohio’s Women fact sheets (10/14/19)

FreshWater Cleveland mentioned Community Solutions’ Cleveland Neighborhoods and Wards fact sheets in “The future of Fairfax: Revitalization efforts show respect for heritage” (10/14/19)

Akron Beacon Journal’s Jim Mackinnon interviewed Treuhaft Chair for Health Planning Melissa Federman and mentioned Community Solutions’ Status of Ohio’s Women fact sheets for his piece, “New statewide report focusing on health shows where Summit County women do well and lag” (10/14/19)

The Hannah Report quoted Associate Director Emily Campbell and Treuhaft Chair for Health Planning Melissa Federman and mentioned Community Solutions’ Status of Ohio’s Women fact sheets in “CCS Releases Fact Sheets Detailing Status of Ohio Women” (10/14/19)

Columbus Disptach mentioned Community Solutions’ Status of Ohio’s Women fact sheets in their Op-Ed, Editorial: Society suffers when women endure inequality, even as the majority (10/12/19)

ideastream interviewed Treuhaft Chair for Health Planning Melissa Federman and mentioned Community Solutions’ Status of Ohio’s Women fact sheets for their piece “Status Of Ohio’s Women Analysis; Book Details Unique Cleveland Eateries” (10/10/19)

FreshWater Cleveland cited Community Solutions’ blog post Cleveland ranks 1-2-3 in poverty in “World Homeless Day highlights growing problem, as Cleveland’s City Mission tries to expand” (10/10/19)

WCBE 90.5 quoted Treuhaft Chair for Health Planning Melissa Federman and mentioned Community Solutions’ Status of Ohio’s Women fact sheets in “New Research Sheds Light On Status Of Ohio Women” (10/9/19)

News 5 Cleveland interviewed Treuhaft Chair for Health Planning Melissa Federman and mentioned Community Solutions’ Status of Ohio’s Women fact sheets in “Gender wage gap remains common trend in new study on women in Northeast Ohio” (10/9/19)

Cleveland Scene and Public News Service mentioned Treuhaft Chair for Health Planning Melissa Federman and Community Solutions’ Status of Ohio’s Women fact sheets for their piece”The Status of Ohio Women: A New Breakdown by County” (10/8/19)

The Hannah Report mentioned Applied Research Fellow Emily Muttillo’s blog post, Populations in more Ohio counties flip, now have more older adults than children, in “Census: 10 Ohio Counties Have More Seniors than Children” (10/7/19)

Patch.com’s Chris Mosby quoted Associate Director Emily Campbell and Treuhaft Chair for Health Planning Melissa Federman and mentioned Community Solutions’ Status of Ohio’s Women fact sheets in for his piece “Women In Cuyahoga County More Likely To Live In Poverty: Study” (10/7/19)

ideastream’s Lisa Ryan quoted Treuhaft Chair for Health Planning Melissa Federman and featured Community Solutions’ Status of Ohio’s Women fact sheets in her piece “New Study Shows Geographic Differences In Women’s Health” (10/7/19)

The Columbus Dispatch’s Catherine Candisky featured Community Solutions’ Status of Ohio’s Women fact sheets and quoted Associate Director Emily Campbell and Treuhaft Chair for Health Planning Melissa Federman in her piece “Well-being of Ohio women varies greatly among counties” (10/7/19)

Cleveland.com published Treuhaft Chair for Health Planning Melissa Federman’s Op-Ed, Improving the lives of Ohio’s women can lead to improved lives for everyone: Melissa Federman (10/6/19)

Cleveland.com’s Laura Hancock interviewed Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes for her piece “Nearly 2 million Ohioans could lose insurance because of pre-existing conditions” (10/4/19)

Springfield News Sun republished Dayton Daily News’ Kaitlin Schroeder piece “Ohio Medicaid sees initial success overhauling $3B drug program” interview with Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes. (10/2/19)

Dayton Daily News’ Kaitlin Schroeder and Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes discussed Ohio’s Medicaid programs in “Ohio Medicaid sees initial success overhauling $3B drug program” (10/2/19)

Cleveland.com cited Applied Research Fellow Emily Muttillo’s blog post, Populations in more Ohio counties flip, now have more older adults than children, in “Ohio AG Dave Yost warns HB 6 petition ‘blockers’ about aggressive tactics: Capitol Letter” (10/1/19)

September 2019

Cleveland.com’s Jarvis DeBerry cited Community Solutions’ Poverty speaks: Survey of low-income residents in Cuyahoga County in his piece “Cleveland’s poverty numbers should shock us all into advocacy” (9/30/19)

The Economist mentioned Associate Director Emily Campbell in their special report “POVERTY IN AMERICA” (9/28/19)

WOIO Cleveland 19 News mentioned Associate Director Emily Campbell and cited her blog post, Cleveland ranks 1-2-3 in poverty in “Cleveland ranks dead last for children living in poverty according to U.S. Census Bureau” (9/27/19)

Akron Legal News mentioned Community Solutions’ report, Securing Stability: Legal Aid’s Lasting Impact in “On the Table Greater Akron brings diverse groups together” (9/27/19)

Capitol Monitor mentioned President and Executive Director John Corlett’s statement, Number of Uninsured Ohioans and Uninsured Children Climbing, Community Solutions President and Executive Director Releases Statement on new U.S. Census Bureau Numbers in “Census Reports Rise in Ohioans
without Health Coverage” (9/24/19)

The Chronicle mentioned President and Executive Director John Corlett in “Community partners address child hunger” (9/20/19)

Statehouse News Bureau’s Karen Kessler mentioned Community Solutions’ Ohio Counties community fact sheets in “Lawmaker Says JobsOhio Not Working For His Region, But Supporters Stand Behind It” (9/19/19)

Legal Aid Society’s Poetic Justice mentioned Community Solutions’ report, Securing Stability: Legal Aid’s Lasting Impact in “New Report Shows Ripple Effect of Legal Aid” (9/18/19)

Washington Post’s Letter-to-the-Editor cited Community Solutions’ 2017 Census Update: Ohio’s Uninsured Rates Continue to Decline blog post in “Who has looked out for Ohioans?” (9/16/19)

Cleveland Scene republished Public News Service’s “Is Red Tape Keeping Ohioans from Health Care Coverage?” (9/13/19)

Public News Service interviewed Associate Director Emily Campbell for their piece “Is Red Tape Keeping Ohioans from Health Care Coverage?” (9/13/19)

WCBE 90.5  mentioned Community Solutions’ Ohio Health and Human Services Journalism Grant winner Jess Hardin in “Prognosis Ohio: Addiction Treatment Resources w/Emerald Jenny Foundation’s Bill & Jackie Ayers” (9/10/19)

Cleveland.com’s Rich Exner quoted President and Executive Director John Corlett in “Ohio and U.S. uninsured rates increase in 2018, Census Bureau says” (9/10/19)

The Plain Dealer’s Ginger Christ quoted President and Executive Director John Corlett in “Ohio one of eight states to see uninsured rate rise, 58,000 more people uninsured” (9/10/19)

Cleveland Scene mentioned Community Solutions’ Ohio Health and Human Services Journalism Grant winner Jess Hardin in “Google’s Youngstown News Project, ‘Mahoning Matters’ to be Staffed by Former Vindicator Employees” (9/5/19)

Cleveland.com quoted Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes in “Obamacare health insurance exchange prices to drop in Ohio for first time” (9/4/19)

August 2019

Cleveland.com featured John Corlett’s Op-Ed, “Cut through the red tape and help children grow and succeed: John Corlett (Opinion)” (8/25/19)

Springfield News Sun published Dayton Daily News’ “Gee, Kasich want hospitals to get opioid lawsuit settlement moneyfeaturing Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes (8/23/19)

Dayton Daily News quoted Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes in “Gee, Kasich want hospitals to get opioid lawsuit settlement money” (8/23/19)

Cleveland Magazine cited John Corlett and Cleveland’s Long-term Care Continuum: Capacity and Need in “How To Confront Cleveland’s Aging Population” (8/19/19)

Dayton Daily News cited Loren Anthes talking about social determinants of health in “Asthma program helps keep Dayton kids in classroom” (8/19/19)

Cleveland.com’s Brent Larkin cited Community Solutions’ blog post, Cleveland is dead last in child poverty and report, Poverty speaks: Survey of low-income residents in Cuyahoga County in “The success of Cleveland Rising Summit will rest first and foremost on reducing regional poverty: Brent Larkin” (8/15/19)

Cleveland.com featured John Corlett in, “Ohio Medicaid enrollment for children and adults is falling. 6 possible reasons why.” (8/14/19)

Sound of Ideas/WCPN  featured John Corlett and Community Solutions’ report, Poverty speaks: Survey of low-income residents in Cuyahoga County in “Poverty Speaks; Palliative Care” (8/12/19)

Cleveland.com’s guest columnist Paul Springstubb cited Community Solutions’ blog post, Cleveland is dead last in child poverty, in “The Cleveland Foundation could do much more to help Cleveland flourish: Paul Springstubb (Opinion)” (8/11/19)

Patch.com’s Chris Mosby interviewed Director of Research Emily Campbell and quoted Community Solutions’ report, Poverty speaks: Survey of low-income residents in Cuyahoga County in “Paying Rent Or Buying Food: A Choice Cuyahoga’s Poor Must Make” (8/8/19)

Public News Service and Cleveland Scene’s Nadia Ramlagan interviewed Director of Research Emily Campbell and quoted Community Solutions’ report, Poverty speaks: Survey of low-income residents in Cuyahoga County in “Survey: More Ohioans Employed, But Still in Poverty” (8/8/19)

WTAM 1100 Cleveland’s Newsradio mentioned Community Solutions’ report, Poverty speaks: Survey of low-income residents in Cuyahoga County in “Cleveland Among The Nation’s Poorest” (8/8/19) and “One-in-5 Cuyahoga County residents live in poverty” (8/7/19)

WEWS News 5 Cleveland’s Homa Bash interviewed Director of Research Emily Campbell and quoted Community Solutions’ report, Poverty speaks: Survey of low-income residents in Cuyahoga County in “Half of people living in poverty in Cleveland are working, report finds” (8/7/19)

July 2019

The Morning Journal mentioned President and Executive Director John Corlett’s speaking engagement at the Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio Child Hunger Summit in “Second Harvest to host child hunger summit at LCCC” (7/30/19)

PowerToDecide.org published Treuhaft Chair for Health Planning Melissa Federman’s blog post, Increasing LARC Access in Ohio through Public-Private, State-Local Partnerships (7/24/19)

Public News Service interviewed Applied Research Fellow Emily Muttillo and quoted Community Solutions’ report, Cleveland’s long-term care continuum: Capacity and need, in “New Research Examines Community Supports for Older Ohioans” (7/22/19)

Cleveland Magazine’s Sheehan Hannan quoted Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes in “How Hospital Consolidation Could Cost You Money” (7/17/19)

90.5 WCBE podcast mentioned Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes and his report, Engineering outcomes: Managed care and value-based design in Ohio Medicaid, in “Prognosis Ohio: Refugee and Immigrant Health in Central Ohio, with State Senator Tina Maharath” (7/15/19)

Cleveland.com featured the op-ed by Community Solutions’ Associate Director, Emily Campbell, Food assistance programs are a good economic investment: Emily Campbell (Opinion) (7/14/19)

Crain’s Cleveland Business quoted Assistant Director Emily Campbell’s blog post, Cleveland is dead last in child poverty, in “Four Ohio cities on a list of places getting poorer” (7/8/19)

Law360 quoted Director of Research Emily Campbell and cited Community Solutions’ report, Securing Stability: Legal Aid’s Lasting Impact in “Are Hours The Best Way To Measure Pro Bono Success?” (7/7/19)

The Vindactor’s Graig Graziosi featured Community Solutions’ report Securing Stability: Legal Aid’s Lasting Impact in “Regional non-profit law firm improves stability among the poor, study shows” (7/1/19)

90.3 WCPN Tony Ganzer interviewed Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes for his piece “Buyer Beware Answering Those Health Insurance Spam Calls” (7/1/19)

June 2019

Dayton Daily News’ quoted Applied Research Fellow Emily Muttillo in “Tough love: Local families struggle serving as caregivers” (6/30/19)

Cleveland Scene mentioned Community Solutions’ Ohio Health and Human Services Journalism Grant in “Scene Contributor Hannah Lebovits Wins Community Solutions Reporting Grant” (6/24/19)

Canton Repository mentioned Community Solutions’ Number of Ohio Syringe Services programs triple since 2016 report in “SWAP syringe program marks second anniversary” (6/21/19)

WKSU mentioned Community Solutions’ report, Securing Stability: Legal Aid’s Lasting Impact in Study Shows Lasting Impact of Legal Aid Services in Northeast Ohio (6/17/19)

The Hannah Report quoted Director of Public Policy Tara Britton and her public testimony,Testimony for the House Civil Justice Committee, in “PASS-THROUGH PAYMENTS (Liston B) Regarding the pass-through of support payments under the Ohio Works First program.” (6/16/19)

The Plain Dealer cited Community Solutions’ report, Securing Stability: Legal Aid’s Lasting Impact in “Legal Aid ‘securing stability’ for low-income clients, report shows” (6/16/19)

WKYC’s Tiffany Tarpley and Director of Administration & Special Projects Roslyn Kaleal and Board Member Zulma Zabala discussed Community Solutions’ 2019 Celebration of Human Services and Anisfield-Wolf Cleveland Foundation Award and Most Treasured Volunteer Awards on “We The People” (6/14/19)

SUN Post Letter-to-the-Editor mentioned President and Executive Director John Corlett and his Op-Ed, Helping the LGBTQ community out of poverty: John Corlett (Opinion), in “Don’t put the effect before the cause: SUN – Letter to the Editor” (6/14/19)

Akron Beacon Journal Op-Ed cited Community Solutions’ Pursuit of Parity: Where Ohio stands on insurance coverage of mental illness and substance use disorders report in “Beacon Journal/Ohio.com editorial board: Still without parity for mental health” (6/13/19)

Columbus Dispatch’s Op-Ed mentioned Director of Public Policy Tara Britton’s Testimony for the House Health Committee in “Editorial: Lawmakers, don’t make it harder to feed hungry families” (6/9/19)

Cleveland.com’s Op-Ed by Greater Cleveland Food Bank’s Kristin S. Warzocha mentioned Community solutions Age-Friendly Cleveland Assessment prepared for the City of Cleveland’s Department of Aging in “Build more nutrition funding for older Ohioans into state budget as hunger rises sharply: Kristin S. Warzocha (Opinion)” (6/5/19)

WCPN’s Nick Castele interviewed Public Policy and External Affairs Associate William Tarter, Jr. and featured his report, Get to know the Health and Human Services Levy, for his piece “Explaining Cuyahoga County’s Health And Human Services Levy Deficit” (6/3/19)

Columbus Dispatch’s Op-Ed quoted Community Solutions blog post, Extreme consequences across Ohio if SNAP benefits not funded in “Letter: Husted is overlooking Ohio’s record on kids” (6/3/19)

Cleveland.com featured President and Executive Director John Corlett’s Op-Ed “Helping the LGBTQ community out of poverty: John Corlett (Opinion)” (6/2/19)

May 2019

Cleveland.com featured President and Executive Director John Corlett ‘s The City Club of Cleveland appearance in “Experts discuss Ohio budget proposal in City Club forum (Watch live)”  and “City Club panelists lay out 3 things to watch for in the state budget” (5/31/19)

The Capitol Monitor mentioned Community Solutions report, Engineering Outcomes: Managed Care and Value-Based Design in Ohio Medicaid in “Week of April 29, 2019” (5/23/19)

WOSU mentioned Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes in “Some Ohio Medicaid Recipients Could Soon Pay Small Premiums, Copays” (5/20/19)

Cleveland.com’s Rich Exner interviewed Associate Director Emily Campbell for his piece “Aging Ohio: 2020 census projected to show Ohioans age 60 and older will outnumber those under 20” (5/16/19)

The Hannah Report mentioned Children, Youth and Family Advocate Gayle Channing-Tenenbaum public testimony in “Multi-System Youth Coalition” (5/15/19)

The Columbus Dispatch mentioned Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes in “Tax cuts, money for schools, children highlight House-passed $69 billion budget” (5/9/19)

April 2019

Cleveland Scene and Public News Service featured Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes and his blog post The Chopping Block: How Medicaid Block Grants Will Create Access Problems for Ohio’s Kids in “Researchers: Medicaid Block Grants Would Hurt Ohio Kids” (4/30/19)

The Hannah Report quoted Community Solutions’ report Engineering outcomes: Managed care and value-based design in Ohio Medicaid in “Report Examines Current State, Future of Medicaid Managed Care” (4/29/19)

WCPN 90.3 ideastream quoted Community Solutions’ report “The $44,000 Question: Examining Disengaged Youth in Cuyahoga County” in “Searching For Cuyahoga County’s “Disconnected Youth” (4/25/19)

WOSU featured WCPN 90.3 ideastream’s and Mark Urycki interview with Research Associate Kate Warren in “Could Ohio Benefit From Citizenship Census Question?” piece (4/25/19)

 WCPN 90.3 ideastream’s and Mark Urycki interviewed Research Associate Kate Warren for his “Could Ohio Benefit From Citizenship Census Question?” piece (4/24/19)

The Columbus Dispatch’s JoAnne Viviano quoted Director of Public Policy Tara Britton in “Ohio ranks 47th in federal public-health dollars per person” (4/24/19)

WOIO Channel 19’s Sara Goldenberg interviewed Research Associate Kate Warren for her “Trump citizenship question could cost Ohio congressional seats, federal funding after 2020 US Census” piece (4/23/19)

WEWS News 5 Cleveland’s Jordan Vandenberge interviewed Research Associate Kate Warren for his “New census question could turn people off from participating in Northeast Ohio” piece (4/23/19)

Cleveland.com featured Treuhaft Chair for Health Planning Melissa Federman’s Op-Ed “Why are birth rates declining in Cuyahoga County?: Melissa Federman (Opinion)” (4/21/19)

Patch.com’s Chris Mosby cited Community Solutions’ research on infant mortality in the report, “Black Maternal Health Caucus Launches In Ohio” (4/11/19)

The Athens Messenger mentioned  Community Solutions Profiles of Ohio Syringe Service Programs: Number in Ohio has more than doubled since 2016 report in “Hepatitis C cases on the rise throughout Ohio” (4/11/19)

Gongwer News Service quoted Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes and Director of Public Policy Tara Britton public testimonies before the Ohio House Finance Subcommittee on Health and Human Services in “House Committee Hearings ‐ Finance: Health & Human Services Sub.” (4/8/19)

Cleveland Scene’s Sam Allard mentioned Community Solutions’ Ohio Health and Human Services Reporting Grant and quoted Director of Communications and Strategy Dani Carlson in “The Center for Community Solutions to Award Reporting Grants for Local Journalists” (4/8/19)

90.3 WCPN ideastream​’s Lecia Bushak quoted Applied Research Fellow Emily Muttillo in “Lead Exposure Is Not Just An Issue For The Young” (4/4/19)

Capitol Monitor mentioned Community Solutions Profiles of Ohio Syringe Service Programs: Number in Ohio has more than doubled since 2016 report in “Happenings Weeks of March 11 & 18, 2019” (4/4/19)

March 2019

Akron Beacon Journal’s Michael Douglas quoted Community Solutions’ blog post Medicaid work requirements: Why transparency is needed in Ohio’s eligibility waiver in his Op-Ed “Michael Douglas: Medicaid already promotes work” (3/30/19)

Cleveland.com’s guest columnist Donald J. Jolly II, Superintendent of Warrensville Heights High School mentioned Community Solutions report, Racial Disparities in Cleveland, in “In a state system where urban schools face extra hurdles, the Warrensville Heights schools’ “D” signals progress: Donald J. Jolly II (Opinion)” (3/22/19)

Watchdog.org’s Todd DeFeo quoted Community Solutions’ blog post Medicaid work requirements: Why transparency is needed in Ohio’s eligibility waiver in “Medicaid work requirement waiver sparks hope of increased earnings, fears of healthcare obstacles” (3/22/19)

Cleveland.com’s Laura Hancock featured Community Solutions’ Medicaid Institute event featuring Ohio Medicaid Director Maureen Corcoran in “New Ohio Medicaid director pledges transparency” (3/21/19)

Cleveland.com’s Laura Hancock featured Community Solutions’ Medicaid Institute event featuring Ohio Medicaid Director Maureen Corcoran in “Ohio Medicaid enrollment is expected to remain at lower levels” (3/20/19)

Akron Beacon Journal’s Editorial Board Op-Ed quoted Community Solutions’ blog post Medicaid work requirements: Why transparency is needed in Ohio’s eligibility waiver in “Beacon Journal/Ohio.com editorial board: How the Medicaid work requirement is ‘punitive’” (3/20/19)

Capitol Monitor quoted Director of Public Policy Tara Britton in “Democrats, Health Advocacy Groups Lament Work Requirement Approval” (3/19/19)

Governing quoted President and Executive Director John Corlett in “Work Requirements Will Be Enforced for Medicaid Recipients in Ohio” (3/19/19)

Dayton Daily News‘ Kaitlin Schroeder quoted President and Executive Director John Corlett in “Work rules approved for Ohio Medicaid expansion” (3/18/19)

InsuranceNewsNet.com quoted Community Solutions’ blog post Medicaid work requirements: Why transparency is needed in Ohio’s eligibility waiver in “Work Rules Approved For Ohio Medicaid Expansion” (3/18/19)

The Hannah Report featured Community Solutions Ohio Legislative Districts fact sheets in “By the Numbers: CCS Fact Sheets Give Glimpse into Each Legislative District” (3/18/19)

Dayton Daily News featured Community Solutions’ blog post Medicaid work requirements: Why transparency is needed in Ohio’s eligibility waiver in “Ohio Medicaid work rules: 5 things to know” (3/18/19)

ModernHealth and Crains Cleveland Business’ Lydia Coutré quoted President and Executive Director John Corlett in “Feds approve Ohio’s request to implement work requirements” (3/15/19)

The Plain Dealer’s Ginger Christ quoted Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes in and featured on Medicaid Work Requirements Waivers graphic in “Approval of Ohio’s Medicaid work requirement leaves many questions for healthcare providers” (3/15/19)

Dayton Daily News’ Kaitlin Schroeder and Laura A. Bischoff quoted President and Executive Director John Corlett in “Ohio Medicaid expansion recipients to see work requirements” (3/15/19)

The Columbus Dispatch’s Catherine Candisky quoted President and Executive Director John Corlett in “Ohio gets OK from Trump administration to mandate work for able-bodied Medicaid recipients” (3/15/19)

WXVU and Statehouse News Bureau’s Karen Kasler quoted Director of Public Policy Tara Britton in “Ohio Gets Go-Ahead For Work Requirements For Medicaid Expansion” (3/15/19)

Capitol Monitor mentioned Community Solutions Community Fact Sheets in “CCS 2019 Community Fact Sheets Detail Demographics, Income, Health Stats” (3/12/19)

Cleveland.com featured Applied Research Fellow Emily Muttillo’s Op-Ed “Lead poisoning isn’t just a problem for the young: Emily Muttillo (Opinion)” (3/10/19)

Ideastream featured Treuhaft Chair for Health Planning Melissa Federman in the report, Needle Exchange Programs In Ohio Double Over Last Three Years (3/8/19)

Public News Service and Cleveland Scene quoted Treuhaft Chair for Health Planning Melissa Federman and mentioned Community Solutions report, Profiles of Ohio Syringe Service Programs: Number in Ohio has more than doubled since 2016, in “Needle Exchanges More Than Double in Ohio” (3/8/19)

WKSU 89.7 featured Treuhaft Chair for Health Planning Melissa Federman and mentioned Community Solutions report, Profiles of Ohio Syringe Service Programs: Number in Ohio has more than doubled since 2016, on “Report Shows Increase in Syringe Programs Across State” (3/6/19)

Cleveland.com mentioned Community Solutions report, Profiles of Ohio Syringe Service Programs: Number in Ohio has more than doubled since 2016, in “Mike DeWine pushes costly proposals in first State of the State speech: Capitol Letter” (3/6/19)

The Columbus Dispatch quoted Community Solutions’ Consultant Gayle Channing Tenenbaum in “DeWine speech lauded, but honeymoon could end soon” (3/6/19)

The Plain Dealer’s Ginger Christ quoted Treuhaft Chair for Health Planning Melissa Federman and mentioned Community Solutions report, Profiles of Ohio Syringe Service Programs: Number in Ohio has more than doubled since 2016, in “Ohio syringe exchange programs double in three nearly years, report finds” (3/5/19)

Patch.com’s Chris Mosby quoted Treuhaft Chair for Health Planning Melissa Federman and mentioned Community Solutions report, Profiles of Ohio Syringe Service Programs: Number in Ohio has more than doubled since 2016, in “Ohio’s Syringe Exchanges Need State Funding: Report” (3/4/19)

Canton Repository and Massillon Independent’s Shane Hoover quoted Pubic Policy Director Tara Britton and mentioned Community Solutions report, Profiles of Ohio Syringe Service Programs: Number in Ohio has more than doubled since 2016, in “More Ohioans get access to syringe-services programs” (3/4/19)

February 2019

Cleveland.com’s Laura Hancock quoted Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes in “Ohio Medicaid expansion patients would face co-pays, premiums under new bill” (2/28/19)

WCPN Sound of Ideas hosted Public Policy and External Affairs Associate, William Tarter, Jr., on the show, RTA Seeks Public Input For Study; Gas Tax Increase Proposal (2/26/19)

WEWS News Channel 5 quoted Community Solutions reports, Adult Protective Services: Providing Context in an Aging State and Should Your Address Determine Access to Aging Services? An Analysis of Senior Tax Levies in Ohio in “Unprotected: Swindlers rarely jailed for exploiting the elderly” (2/23/19)

Crain’s Cleveland Business featured President and Executive Director John R. Corlett in “Source Lunch with … John Corlett” (2/17/19)

Cleveland.com quoted President and Executive Director John R. Corlett and mentioned Community Solutions report Ohio community groups face challenges helping needy Ohioans navigate new benefits system in “Food banks decry costly new state food-stamp enrollment system; state officials say issues are being resolved” (2/8/19)

The Post quoted Policy and Planning Assistant Adam White in “Food stamp policies shape the landscape of charitable organizations in Athens County” (2/7/19)

The Hannah Report featured Community Solutions’ book, Follow The Money, in “Budget Forum Assesses Landscape DeWine Faces with First Proposal” (2/6/19)

WEWS News Channel 5 quoted President and Executive Director John R. Corlett in “Government shutdown exposes financial insecurity for many federal workers” (2/6/19)

Dayton Daily News’ Kaitlin Schroeder interviewed Loren Anthes for the piece, “Ohio to rebid costly private Medicaid contracts” (2/5/19)

January 2019

Belt Magazine quoted Community Solutions report, Racial Disparities in Cleveland, and Research Associate Kate Warren in “Cleveland’s Environmental Justice Hotspots” (1/31/19)

Capitol Monitor mentioned Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes, Director of Public Policy Tara Britton, and board members Dr. Richard Jones, Joshua Kramer, and Jim Vail in “Happenings Week of Jan. 21, 2019,”Spotlight on People/Agencies,” and “Health, Human Services Coalition Outlines Budget Priorities” (1/31/19)

90.5 WCBE and Cleveland Scene quoted President and Executive Director John R. Corlett and mentioned Community Solutions report Ohio community groups face challenges helping needy Ohioans navigate new benefits system in “Report: Problems Plague Ohio’s Online Portal For Public Assistance Applications” (1/29/19) and “Report Uncovers Hiccups in Ohio Benefits Modernization” (1/28/19)

The Hannah Report mentioned Director of Public Policy Tara Britton in “Health, Human Services Coalition Outlines Budget Priorities” (1/28/19)

Public News Service quoted President and Executive Director John R. Corlett and mentioned Community Solutions report Ohio community groups face challenges helping needy Ohioans navigate new benefits system in “Report Uncovers Hiccups in Ohio Benefits Modernization” (1/28/19)

Cleveland.com featured President and Executive Director John R. Corlett Op-Ed, Automation leaves the needs of Ohioans on hold: John Corlett (Opinion) (1/27/19)

Crain’s Cleveland Business quoted Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes in “Work requirements likely to shrink Medicaid rolls” (1/27/19)

Hannah Capitol Connection quoted Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes in “Federalist Society Hosts Debate on Medicaid Program, Work Requirements” (1/24/19)

The Columbus Dispatch published Community Solutions consultant Gayle Channing Tenenbaum opinion piece in “Column: New governor opens term with commitment to children” (1/24/19)

Columbus Alive references Community Solutions’ report Extreme Poverty in Ohio: How many people Live on Less than $2 per day in an opinion piece “Local Politics: Franklin County could end extreme poverty tomorrow” (1/23/19)

Cleveland Jewish News mentioned Community Solutions board members Dr. Richard Jones, Joshua Kramer, and Jim Vail in “Business briefs” (1/15/19)

The Columbus Dispatch quoted Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes in “Unsolved mystery: Why 700,000 Ohioans were removed from Medicaid coverage” (1/12/19)

WVIZ ideastream and Cleveland.com featured President and Executive Director John R. Corlett’s The City Club of Cleveland speech in “Local expert previews incoming Gov. Mike DeWine’s agenda (watch live)” and “Ohio 2019: Searching of Statewide Solutions” (1/11/19)

Akron Beacon Journal’s Editorial Board quoted Community Solutions’ Trauma, Toxic Stress and the Impact: Defining Adverse Childhood Experiences report in “Beacon Journal/Ohio.com editorial board: Mike DeWine, toxic stress and children in severe poverty” (1/10/19)

Crain’s Cleveland Business mention Community Solutions in “Saint Luke’s Foundation announces $4.4 million in grants” (1/10/19)

WCPN The Sound of Ideas’ Michael McIntyre interviewed President and Executive Director John R. Corlett in, “Trump’s Prime-Time Address & Medicaid’s Future in the DeWine Administration” (1/9/19)

The Plain Dealer mentioned Community Solutions’ Age-Friendly Cleveland Summary report prepared for the City of Cleveland’s Department of Aging and Board Member Terry Hokenstad in “Living On: Cleveland seniors ‘get freedom back’ as age-friendly efforts grow” (1/6/19)

Journal Sentinel quoted President and Executive Director John Corlett in “How to treat Wisconsin’s opioid epidemic by expanding Medicaid” (1/2/19)