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Programs

One Call for Wellness is built upon the 21st Century Wellness Center concepts: programming relevant to varied needs and interests; options that enable community providers to make program selections that are a good fit with their communities and the mission and vision of their centers; a focus on outcomes; use of evidence-based models; broad partnerships; and the six dimensions of wellness: emotional, spiritual, intellectual, social, physical, and occupational.

Programs are offered throughout Cuyahoga County (OH) unless otherwise noted.

Please note, we are not currently accepting inquiries about programs through One Call. To schedule a program, please contact the provider directly

financial wellness programs

SENIOR FINANCIAL EDUCATION WORKSHOPS
(up to 7 topics available)
To schedule, contact ESOP at 216.361.0718
Programs offered by ESOP l Toolkit

CAREGIVING EDUCATION WORKSHOPS To schedule, contact ESOP at 216.361.0718
(up to 8 topics available)

Programs offered by ESOP l Toolkit

PRERETIREMENT EDUCATION WORKSHOPS To schedule, contact ESOP at 216.361.0718
(up to 8 topics available)
Programs offered by ESOP l Toolkit

SAVVY SAVING SENIOR ® (up to 3 topics available) To schedule, contact the Department of Aging at 216.664.2833
May only be offered within City of Cleveland

Programs provided by the City of Cleveland Department of Aging using toolkits developed by the National Council on Aging to help older adults on the path to economic security by providing education in basic money management.

nutrition education programs

COMMUNITY NUTRITION EDUCATION (6-session package)To schedule, contact the Greater Cleveland Food Bank at 216.738.7232 or amctighe@clevelandfoodbank.org
Offered by the Greater Cleveland Food Bank l Toolkit

evidence-based health and wellness programs

A MATTER OF BALANCE* (8-session package) l ToolkitTo schedule, contact Fairhill Partners at 216.421.1350

This award-winning program is designed to reduce the fear of falling and increase activity levels among older adults. Participants meet in small interactive workshops 2 hours a week for eight weeks (or 2 hours twice per week for four weeks).

* A Matter of Balance provided by Fairhill Partners; licensed by MaineHealth.

other programs

AGING MASTERY PROGRAM (AMP) (10-session package) l ToolkitTo schedule, contact Rose Centers for Aging Well 216.791.8000.
Provided by Rose Centers for Aging Well and the City of Cleveland Department of Aging

The 10-week program, developed by the National Council on Aging, encourages mastery - developing behaviors across many dimensions that will lead to improved health, stronger financial security, and overall well-being.

SAFE AT HOME CONNECTIONS l ToolkitTo schedule, contact the Department of Aging at 216.664.2833
May only be offered within City of Cleveland
Provided by the City of Cleveland Department of Aging

Helps City of Cleveland seniors and adults with disabilities get connected to resources so that they may remain safely in their homes. Topics include chore services, home repair, tips for fire and fall prevention, benefits assistance, homelessness prevention, options counseling and more!

EASE - ENERGY ASSISTANCE SERVICE EDUCATION l ToolkitTo schedule, contact the Department of Aging at 216.664.2833
May only be offered within City of Cleveland
Provided by the City of Cleveland Department of Aging

GAMBLING ADDICTION AWARENESS CLASS
Provided by Recovery Resources To schedule, contact Recovery Resources at 216.431.4131

This program provides a basic overview of gambling behaviors and gambling addiction. Gambling can be a fun and inexpensive hobby for many but can also develop into a devastating addiction for others. What are the warning signs? How do we respond when a friend or loved one may be struggling? How can we keep gambling safe, fun and responsible? All of these questions will be answered through discussion and activities.

CREATING A CARING COMMUNITYTo schedule, contact Recovery Resources at 216.431.4131
Provided by Recovery Resources

This program is designed for active older adults in the community. Creating a Caring Community teaches how to build a caring and safer community. Learn the warning signs of suicide, mental health problems, and addictions. This program teaches methods on how to help someone who may be struggling, have conversations and direct them to resources. You never know who may be suffering and you have the power to help!

 



This initiative funded in part through a Senior Center Innovation Grant awarded by the Cuyahoga County Division of Senior and Adult Services through the Health & Human Services Levy