OCTOBER 10, 2016| MONDAY,
The nonprofit May Dugan Center has been addressing the basic needs of low income West Side residents for 70 years. New times create new necessities, to which the center has continued to answer the call, proponents say. May Dugan’s Basic Health program is a multi-faceted effort offering screenings and medical guidance for Cleveland’s underserved and uninsured. These benefits are intertwined with ongoing food and clothing distribution and support services the nonprofit is already providing.
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