Author Archives: Sarah May

About Sarah May

Sarah May is the Health Program Associate at the United Way of Greater Cleveland. She joined the United Way team in July 2013 after graduating from the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University. Before joining the United Way, Sarah worked at community health centers in underserved neighborhoods of Cleveland and Pittsburgh. Sarah is a proud native of Northeastern Ohio and is committed to advancing education, income and health in our community. She also has extensive experience in picking beans and sorting Ohio’s best sweet corn. Sarah is an avid biker and enjoys eating second lunch.

Ohio Prioritizes Healthy Food Access

Do you know where your next meal will come from? For nearly one in five Cuyahoga County residents, the answer may be no. Cuyahoga County had the highest number of food insecure residents in the state of Ohio in 2012, … Continue reading

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United Way Helps Reduce Domestic Violence

Domestic violence. Sexual assault. Trauma. Abuse. Maybe you rarely think about these forms of violence or perhaps you’re intimately familiar with violence and the impact it has in the lives of women, kids and families every day. Either way, you … Continue reading

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Celebrating Community Health Centers: Local Care to Keep our Neighbors Healthy  

Cuyahoga County is fortunate to have a robust network of community health centers (CHC) providing routine primary care as well as dental and behavioral health care, immunizations, health education and screenings. This past week, we celebrated National Health Center Week recognizing our nation’s … Continue reading

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Who are you rooting for this March?

March Madness has taken on a whole new meaning for me in 2014. While many of my friends are spending their spare minutes looking up college basketball stats, analyzing their brackets, and trying to catch the final nail biting minutes of NCAA … Continue reading

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