The Outreach Coordinator offers an array of services and referrals to all residents of the community no matter what type of difficulty they are experiencing. All social service inquiries are completely confidential. In addition, various types of assistance are available to older adults and low-income residents who meet program qualifications. This assistance includes transportation services, a food pantry, prescription drug program and referrals for other types of assistance.
The Community Services Department has wheelchairs and walkers available to loan. Call 440-899-3544 for more information and to reserve.
Are You OK?TMHome Calling Service
Community Services works with the Police Department to manage the free home check calling service Are You Okay?TM for senior citizens and other qualified residents.
Participants in the city receive a daily call to check on their welfare. If the call is not answered, the Police Department is notified and an officer is dispatched to the home to conduct a personal check-in visit.
To register or see if you qualify, please contact us.
Smoke Detector Program
The Outreach Coordinator works with the Westlake Fire Department to identify and place smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors in households in Westlake that meet the Smoke Detector Program criteria. Smoke and CO Detector Program details
Our Food Bank provides a monthly emergency three-day supply of non-perishable food, holiday baskets at Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas and other emergency needs.
How to Donate to the Food Pantry
You may make a donation of non-perishable food items and drop off at Westlake Community Services or Westlake Porter Public Library. We are not permitted to distribute expired food so please check dates before making a donation. Download Food Pantry Donation Flyer (PDF)