College-age consumers – many of whom are wrestling with jobs and finances for the first time – can be particularly vulnerable to scams.Read Article about Attention Students & Young Adults: Don’t Fall for These Scams
The Cleveland Foundation, in collaboration with several community partners such as Cuyahoga County, is hosting FREE lunch discussions throughout Cuyahoga County. Before we dive into the lunch portion, let’s talk about the most important part – The conversation.Read Article about Lunch, Community, and Finding ‘Common Ground’
Crime Stoppers of Cuyahoga County’s Facebook Page was launched in January of 2016 Since its launch, more than 4,600 people have opted in to follow our Crime Stoppers Facebook page. These follows can lead to increased exposure, which in turn increases leads from potential tipsters.Read Article about Crime Stoppers of Cuyahoga County
Maybe you do, maybe you don’t. But the truth of the matter is many children in Cuyahoga County do need you to help them to cross the finish line!Read Article about Do you need help crossing the finish line?
Since 2005, the Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board of Cuyahoga County has provided Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training to law enforcement agencies across Cuyahoga County. This forty-hour training provides law enforcement officers, and other members of the public safety community, with training on de-escalating crises.Read Article about ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County Leads Crisis Intervention Team Training Efforts
You may see the county’s Weights and Measures inspectors at service stations when you gas up this summer. We’re there to make sure you get what you pay for at the pump.Read Article about It’s Gas Pump Season