MAY DUGAN CENTER
THE MISSION OF THE MAY DUGAN CENTER IS TO HELP PEOPLE ENRICH AND ADVANCE THEIR LIVES AND COMMUNITIES
IN NEED OF HELP?
From mental health counseling to victim services to food or clothing, the May Dugan Center is here for you in times of need. For information on all of our programs and services and how to sign up for services, please visit our intake / registration page below.
IMPORTANT UPDATES ON COVID-19!
May Dugan Center is open and here to help
May Dugan Center's commitment to the health and safety of our community is paramount. Like all social service organizations in Cuyahoga County, we continue to monitor reports and follow the recommendations of our public health officials in regards to COVID-19. It is important that we continue to provide access to our Center and support to our most vulnerable neighbors and over 6,000 clients while keeping everyone healthy and safe. May Dugan Center is taking precautions to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus to clients, volunteers, and staff by following CDC protocols, including mask wearing and maintaining 6 feet of distance between people.
The May Dugan Center remains open to the public from 8:30am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday, until further notice. Should public health officials ask the Center to modify or close operations for the safety and well-being of our community, volunteer, and staff, we will do so immediately. If this happens we will promptly contact all parties involved and issue a public announcement.
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing great hardship in our community. May Dugan Center like many human service nonprofit organizations is experiencing a massive demand for our food aid and other essential programs. Please consider a donation to May Dugan Center to ensure that all of its vital services can continue to operate during this difficult time.
An excerpt from a Cleveland City Council Development, Planning and Sustainability Meeting discussing May Dugan Center and our impact on the community.
Although this event was different than in years past, one of the biggest trees in Ohio City was once again able to serve as a beacon of hope thanks to May Dugan Center's generous sponsors.