NEO Mobility Coalition
In October of 2014, NOACA and the American Cancer Society, Cleveland Office, formed a regional mobility coalition. Stakeholders including transportation providers, human service agencies, government agencies, and others were invited to discuss current transportation barriers and brainstorm potential solutions for seniors, individuals with disabilities, those with low income, and those with health issues. For more info, click here.
The last NEO Mobility Coalition meeting of 2017 is scheduled for, Tuesday, November 14 from 10:30-noon. The host is St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, and the meeting will take place in the board room.
Parking Instructions: Attendees may park in the Sisters of Charity Health System lot (2475 E. 22nd Street) and walk across Community College Avenue to the main entrance of St. Vincent Charity Medical Center (open lot). If overflow parking is needed, please go to the Medical Office Building (2322 E. 22nd Street—grey building, red trim—we will validate your parking in this lot) and walk across E. 22nd to the main entrance. Finally, if anyone is interested, valet parking is available (2351 E. 22nd Street) for a charge of $5.00 per car.
Visitors should first head to the security desk to request a visitor’s badge. From the main entrance, take the first hallway to your left. Stop at the security window and notify them that you are here for a meeting with Thom Olmstead in the DePaul Room. The entrance to the DePaul Room is just left of the security window.
Call or text Carrie Lang at 216-374-6988 if you have any questions tomorrow.