The city of Cleveland has not forgotten the survivors of Hurricane Maria.
On Saturday, MetroHealth and city leaders held a "Health and Wellness Fair" at Lincoln West High School for those displaced from Puerto Rico. More than 15 social service agencies, local businesses, and faith-based leaders showed up ready to help those still putting their lives back together.
"They don't want to impose on anyone," Lourdes Negron-McDaniel of MetroHealth said. "They want to be able to be the fully functioning families and individuals that they were back in Puerto Rico."
Some of the services offered came from the Cleveland Public Library, Cleveland Family Services, and various opioid addiction networks.