The Human Services Department maintains an abundant supply of applications and forms. Feel free to stop by Human Services for any additional help on printing and completing forms, navigating through websites, or questions.
Instructions: Select from the links provided to go directly to that website.
Many people are not aware of this free and confidential service for health and human services. Sponsored by United Way, First Call For Help is a bridge to more than 1,200 agencies serving Cuyahoga County. Information specialists answer calls 24/7 and direct callers to specific helping agencies, click on the link above for more information.
Save on Prescription Drugs with our new My Healthy Hometown Prescription Discount Card!
The City of Broadview Heights has a program to offer savings on prescription drugs to residents who are without health insurance, a traditional benefits plan, or have prescriptions that are not covered by insurance. The My Healthy Hometown Prescription Discount Card is made available to residents by the City in collaboration with the National League of Cities (NLC) and is made possible through Broadview Heights' membership in NLC.
The card is FREE to all Broadview Heights residents, regardless of age, income or existing health insurance. By using this card you may save an average of 24% off the regular retail price of prescription drugs at participating pharmacies.
Discover the savings and learn more about the program and access the program online and print a card, check drugs prices and locate participating pharmacies. Residents may also pick up a card at the Community Building (City Hall and Rec Center). For more information, call toll free: 1-888-620-1749.
Note: This is not insurance. Discounts are only available at participating pharmacies. The Prescription Discount Card is operated by CVS Caremark®. By using this card, participants agree to pay the entire prescription cost less any applicable discount. Savings may vary by drug and pharmacy.