Weekly News from LMM
Portraits of Homelessness featured in Photothon 2021
LMM's own Lydia Bailey is one of seven local photographers selected to be featured in Cleveland Photo Fest's Photothon 2021!

Bailey's 'Portraits of Homelessness' exhibit is a collection of photographs and stories of the individuals at the LMM Men’s Shelter at 2100 Lakeside Ave. The exhibit is free and will run from now through May 20 at the Bostwick Design Art Initiative, 2729 Prospect Avenue in Cleveland. To learn more about the 'Portraits' exhibit, click here.
United Way Consent Decree Conversations
United Way of Greater Cleveland and the Cleveland Chapter of the NAACP are hosting a 10-part series of community conversations focused on The City of Cleveland's consent decree.

The upcoming conversation on May 12 at 6:00 PM will highlight crisis intervention and officer wellness. You can register to join their May conversation here.
Cuyahoga County Diversion Center Opens
The Cuyahoga County Diversion Center is now open and provides an option other than jail for people suffering from mental/behavioral health problems.

“Treatment for mental illness and addiction will be vastly improved, the jail population will be reduced and we’ll be enabling people to break free of the cycle of incarceration and to join the community as productive citizens.” - County Executive Armond Budish

Learn more here.
Mental Health Awareness Month: #YouAreNotAlone
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. This month is dedicated to raising awareness and education around the 51.5 million Americans and the 1 in 6 youth living with mental health conditions. #YouAreNotAlone

To learn more about LMM's Youth Resiliency Services program, click here.
LMM is Hiring!
LMM is hiring for our Manager of Corporate and Foundation Relations, Youth Resiliency Program Manager, Shelter Supervisor and more! Want to join the LMM team? Apply here.