Greater Cleveland Neighborhood Centers Association
- Children & Youth
- Computers & Technology
Location1814 East 40th StreetSuite 4DCleveland, OH 44103 United States
To support and strengthen the capacity of community based organizations to provide human services and education for children, families and seniors; and to advocate for the social, economic and political well-being of Greater Clevelanders
GREATER CLEVELAND NEIGHBORHOOD CENTERS ASSOCIATION (NCA) was founded in 1963 as the first organization in the United States to support the work of neighborhood centers. Through the Partners for Student Success (P4SS) program, NCA provides after school and summer programming to primarily students in Cleveland public schools. P4SS program outcomes focus on academic enrichment, positive youth development, college and career readiness, and parent engagement. Through IConnect, NCA serves older adults with programming via the Internet, telephone, and in-person at selected sites. IConnect helps older adults reduce social isolation by increasing social interaction, participating in activities with others, and engaging in new experiences. Through NonProfit Advantage we provide finance and accounting and other business support services for community based organizations.