FAIRVIEW PARK CITY SCHOOLS

Family and Community Engagement (FACE) Center

Carrie Sullivan
FACE Coordinator
4507 W. 213th St.
Fairview Park, OH 44126

(440) 356-3500 x 4117

Did you know that if you text 741741 when you are feeling depressed or suicidal, a crisis worker will text you back immediately and continue to text with you? Many people, especially younger people, do not like talking on the phone and would be more comfortable texting. It’s a free service to ANYONE – teens, adults, etc. – who lives in the U.S. It’s run by The Crisis Text Line.

 

What is the FACE Center?

Coordinates outreach activities, programs, and events across a variety of topics (K-12)

Liaison with families, community, and businesses to support students success.

FACE Resources

Clothing 

Savers
21200 Center Ridge Rd, Rocky River, OH · (440) 356-1186  or
26350 Brookpark Rd, North Olmsted, OH · (440) 801-1674

Counseling/Therapy 

The counselors and I have a list of various offices available around the area. Please call us so we can give you the number to a place that would meet your needs.

Food Pantry/Meals 

Fairview Park Hunger Center, 22974 Lorain Rd, Fairview Park  (440) 665 – 1874
Open Tues/Fri 1-3 pm.  You may go once a month.

*Call Ms Sullivan for a schedule of the various hot meals that are served around the community.

GED

Tri-C = tri-c.edu/adultdiploma

Polaris Career Center = [email protected]

 

Grief/Loss 

Cornerstone of Hope, 5905 Brecksville Rd, Independence, Oh (216) 524-3787

The Gathering Place25425 Center Ridge Road in Westlake, OH     (216)595.9546

Lakewood Collaborative –  This organization is available to be a community resource, help with parenting issues, help navigate the child welfare system, support maintaining household and stabilizing family, and supporting foster or adoptive families.

LGBTQ 

216teens.org

Medical, Dental, Therapy, Pharmacy (uninsured)

Call Care Alliance 1795 W 25th st, Cleveland, (216) 619-5571

Refugee Resources 

Catholic Charities Services 2038 W. 29th, CLE, (216) 281-4673

They can help with benefits assistance, education, jobs, immigration services,

Medical, transportation, etc.

Substance Abuse

They are various counseling agencies around the area to help.  Please call your counselor or FACE coordinator to find one near you.

* AA – call for a meeting near you……866-671-0594

* Al-Anon – support group for families of drug/alcohol family members

New Day, St. Angela Merici Church, 20970 Lorain Rd, Beginners Meeting at 7:30 PM, on each Thursday.

Various Hotlines and Resources 

*24 hour suicide prevention, mental health crisis, information and referral hotline

(216) 623-6888

*National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800) 273-talk (8255)

*NAMI (National Alliance for Mental Illness (CLE) (216) 875-7776

*Domestic Violence and Child Advocacy Center (216) 391-help (4357)

Summit Learning

Frustrated about knowing where your child is on the platform? First, ask your child to sit with you and bring up their PLP on their computer.  They should be able to explain where they are and what they need to be working on.  Are they caught up to the blue line? Mrs. Wightman, Teaching and Learning Director, also has individual problem solving sessions.  Lastly, on Summit Learning, check out this link that is a FAQ:

https://help.summitlearning.org/hc/en-us/categories/203680207

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