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Meet Kimberly “The fact that I ended up at the Julie Adams House is by far to this day one the biggest miracles in my life. I love the women here. I love this organization. I have been taught to love others and I have been taught to love myself. If there is anything else Kimberly G

Tri-C Cares About Our Community

About The Site: Tri-C Cares About Our Community! Each year, the students of Cuyahoga Community College’s Web Design and Development program build a website for a local, charitable organization that helps our community. Because the Julie Adams House assists women through their recovery from addiction, Tri-C wanted to help. This site was initially designed and Tri-C Cares About Our Community

Need Help Now?

Need Help Now? You are not alone! Please use the resources below if you need urgent help. For details on what we do here at Julie Adams House see our program page. Cuyahoga County 24/7 Helpline: Call: (216) 623-6888Chat: frontlineservice.orgText: Text ‘4Hope’ to 741741 24-hour Suicide Prevention, Addiction/Mental Health Crisis, Information, and Referral Hotline.Operated by FrontLine Need Help Now?

Donor Thanks

We at the Julie Adams House would like to thank each and every one of our donors and volunteers. We appreciate every contribution, no matter how big or small. Listed below are some donors we would like to give special recognition for their efforts in assisting our cause.

Giving

Giving to JAH Your donations & volunteering keep us going! Donations & Volunteering Cash Donations Donation of Goods Volunteer Opportunities Donations & Volunteering The Julie Adams House is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency. Because we do not receive government funding, we exist only through the kind and generous donations we receive from the community at Giving