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Do you need help or a refresher course on the knowledge and skills necessary to flourish in an increasingly global digital world? Please register online below or call 1.440.754.0750. All courses are from 4:30-6:30 4/22: Topic ➡️ Information Literacy 5/6: Topic ➡️ Recognizing Scams 5/20: Topic ➡️ "Netiquette" and Digital Ethics 6/3: Topic ➡️ Your Digital Footprint 6/17: Topic ➡️ Job Search Engines 7/1: Topi

Tree Lighting Ceremony 2023

Tree Lighting Ceremony 2023

Thanks to all who joined on December 7th!

Food & Fresh Produce Distributions

Food & Fresh Produce Distributions

In Need of Food? Learn more about the 2024 Food Distribution Program changes here

Mental Health Matters

Mental Health Matters

Your mental health is essential and we can help with resources and support.

Trauma Recovery Center

Trauma Recovery Center

Learn about our impact from those who have benefited.

Education Resource Center

Education Resource Center

Adult Education Gives People a Second Chance! We can help you get back on track.

About Us

The Mission of the May Dugan Center is to help people enrich and advance their lives and communities 

In Need of Help? 

 the May Dugan Center is here for you in times of need. For information, visit our intake / registration page below.

Want to get involved?

From volunteering to donating clothing or household good to  monetary support, there are many ways to support our community 

The May Dugan Center’s Capital Campaign and Renovation will enable MDC to serve more people in our community through the updated and expanded space. Below are highlights on how the program will positively impact our community and those in need:  

  • Food Distribution: Triple the size of the food pantry, enabling the program to serve up to 370,000 more meals per year.

  • Trauma Recovery Center: Facilitate the expansion of the program to all Five Cleveland Police Districts and provide services to 2,100 victims of crime. 

  • Behavioral Health Services: Create additional therapy rooms for therapists to see up to 225 more clients per year, bringing the annual total to over 700 people. 

  • Education and Resource Center: Allowing the program to provide adult education and workforce development in a state-of-the-art, trauma-informed environment, including the new Testing Center for GED and other standardized test taking.

  • Accessibility: Update the facility to be ADA compliant--making the center accessible to all.

  • Welcoming: Utilize Trauma-Informed Care principles in building and interior design to create spaces that are sensitive and supportive of people who’ve experienced trauma.

  • Environmental Sustainability: Secure LEED Certification for project, including updated HVAC, Electrical and Plumbing Systems 

To contact the May Dugan Center: 

4115 Bridge Ave, Cleveland, OH 44113 

General Inquires:

 Phone: (216) 631-5800

Fax: (216) 631-4595

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