CLEVELAND — The May Dugan Center in Cleveland is an example of a multi-service charitable organization that somehow continues to meet the growing demand. 

It has expanded its food distribution and delivery services during the pandemic, serving more than 500,000 meals over the last 12 months.  It is also preparing to bolster the types of programming that will be needed after this COVID-19 crisis is over, such as behavioral health counseling. 

Rick Kemm, the executive director of the May Dugan Center, the center offers food and clothing distribution, behavioral health, MomFirst, Seniors on the Move, trauma recovery and education and resource centers