Cogswell Hall is a permanent solution to homelessness that offers quality, low-income housing with social services, builds community and advocates for disabled and economically disadvantaged individuals.
In 2009, some people feared admitting men to Cogswell Hall would cause trouble. Only women and girls had lived there since 1914. Ten years later, it's all working out -- both the presence of men and the expansion and renovation that led to it.
The arts still play a vital role in much of our society. In fact, without the arts, much of our history, expression and culture would be virtually nonexistent.
Planning – and, frankly, planning for the worst – is a key to aging in your own home. That was one message of a talk by Greater Cleveland’s lead advocate for people who receive long-term health care. Nate Cyrill of the five-county Long Term Care Ombudsman program spoke Saturday, April 13, at Cogswell Hall on Cleveland's West Side.
For seniors, volunteering is the perfect chance to use extra time to make a difference in the community. Check out these positive reasons for seniors to volunteer.
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