Mission: The general purpose and function of the council for economic opportunities in greater cleveland (ceogc) is to plan and coordinate programs designed for the purpose of increasing opportunities for the victims of poverty and for the prevention of the condition of poverty.
Programs: Child education -council for economic opportunities in greater cleveland (ceogc)'s head start program served 3,298 children throughout the greater cleveland community. In partnership, ceogc and its partners deliver high-quality early childhood programs in safe, nurturing environments. In addition to an engaging pre-school environment, ceogc head start provides health, mental health and dental screenings, nutritious meals and family literacy opportunities to incorporate the entire family into the spirit of growth and responsibility. Ceogc's early head start program incorporates the belief that education starts when life begins. Ceogc is a strong advocate for the youngest of children and those who have not even been born yet. Ceogc served 209 infants, toddlers and pregnant women, through the early head start program. The program provides prenatal examinations, parenting classes, and quality infant care to eligible families.
energy assistance -council for economic opportunities in greater cleveland helps low-income families cope with the costs of living with the emergency home energy assistance program. This program runs throughout the year, providing financial aid for both summer cooling and winter heating bills.
community service programs -community services to provide eligible low income participants with various services and to support other program activity.
I have been a parent and volunteer for both of my children. This program is a blessing they make sure if anything you may need help with, helping with open arms is no problem. They're professional, qualified, and very welcoming to your family and children. A promise when your child leaves they will have had the experience to build confidence and knowledge to help them transition to succeed for their future in grade school.