Provides food and services for people in crisis through a network of over 400 local member agencies, including soup kitchens and shelters, food pantries, churches, daycare and senior centers. Serves 20 counties in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana.
A child care resource and referral agency for information on early care and education programs and the largest provider of training and technical assistance for early childhood care-givers and teachers. 4C assists families, child-care centers, family child care providers and employers in Southwest Ohio, the Miami Valley and Northern Kentucky.
A fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. Provides meeting information and events.
Homepage links to Butler County, Ohio agencies that provide services for adoption & foster care, applying for public assistance, children services, job & family services, and reporting child abuse/neglect.
A non-profit agency affiliated with Talbert House that provides five neighborhood-based locations throughout Hamilton County serving children, adults and families. Services include counseling, individual and group therapy, housing for mental health clients, independent living skills instruction and monitoring, support, social skills building, psychiatric and nursing services.
CAIN is a non-profit collaborative ministry of neighborhood churches that provides low-income families with basic necessities such as food, emergency financial assistance, household and hygiene items, diapers, transportation assistance and referrals. Also offers childcare support, an annual teen job fair, and sponsors community events.
The Cincinnati Drug and Poison Information Center at Cincinnati Children’s Medical Center is a 24-hour emergency and technical information telephone service for anyone with concerns involving poison or drugs.
Provides resources and programs for the low and middle income, including Head Start programs and health services for children. The Workforce Development program provides adult literacy services, GED preparation, computer training, employment assistance, and the Fresh Start Ex-Offender Re-entry Program. The Fatherhood Initiative program provides training, workshops, and support to fathers.
Provides dental services for children of low-income families, persons with disabilities, the frail elderly, residents of nursing homes and group homes, people with HIV/AIDS and the homeless. Serves Hamilton County, surrounding counties, and Northern Kentucky.
The City of Cincinnati Health Department's Community Health Nursing Program offers home health care services to all age groups, including school health services to the children in the City of Cincinnati, and licensed nursing homes and day care programs within the city limit.
Works to engage, motivate, and organize community stakeholders to participate in Community Problem Oriented Policing. Includes training Community Safety Specialists, the Cincinnati Initiative to Reduce Violence campaign, and the CeaseFire campaign in Avondale.
Darkness to Light Cincinnati is a local affiliate whose mission is to prevent childhood sexual abuse in the greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area by providing the Stewards of Children training course. The core curriculum behind SOC offers 7-Steps to protecting children that are simple, common sense and proven effective at increasing adults' child protective behaviors.
Located in Covington, Kentucky, the Mission offers services to men, women and children including meals, housing for the homeless, family emergency assistance, clothing, transportation to appointments, after school programs, computer training, tutoring, home and hospital visits.
Offers shelter for men, women and children, homeless assistance, meals, job training, health care, and addiction programs. A non-profit organization serving Butler and Warren counties and surrounding areas.
Works to eliminate illegal discrimination in housing, especially racial discrimination and to promote balanced living patterns. Offers outreach, mobility, and mediation services. Serves the Greater Cincinnati Metropolitan Area, including communities within the counties of Hamilton, Butler, Clermont and Warren, Ohio, and Campbell, Kenton, and Boone, Kentucky.
A non-profit organization that promotes and assists the 51 community councils that represent the neighborhoods of Cincinnati, Ohio. Offers regular training opportunities and workshops covering such topics as parliamentary procedures, planning skills, leadership skills, public relations, newsletters, and grantsmanship. Provides a leadership manual and technical assistance/supportive services.
Provides social service needs of individuals, families and their children in Greater Cincinnati. Offers family life education and parent center, adoption services, Russian resettlement support, older adult services, and counseling.
Provides assistance, primarily in the form of food, clothing, rent and utilities to individuals and families who reside in Fairfax, Madison Place, Madisonville, and Mariemont and the neighboring communities of the East End, Hyde Park, and Oakley. Provides referrals to other community agencies for services including additional education, job training, job placement, and substance abuse counseling.
Provides disaster aid and humanitarian relief helping the poorest of the poor locally, regionally, nationally and internationally by partnering with corporations, hospitals, and non-profit organizations.
Provides emergency services to individuals and families in crisis. Programs include material resources, sandwich window, fans & air conditioners, temporary housing, and youth development programs. Also provides the Bridges Program, a nine-week pre-employment job training program specializing in computer skills and professional development.
Works collaboratively with the community and organizations to promote healthy lifestyles for a healthy community, positive community values, and positive youth development through its projects and workshops.
A non-profit community social service agency serving residents of Norwood, Ohio. Collaborates with businesses, fraternal and civic organizations, schools, churches, government and other organizations to provide services that meet basic needs and promote self-sufficiency.
Provides employment and training services for people with disabilities and other barriers to employment. Offers vocational and employment assessment, occupational skills training, office procedures & computer technology training, County Board sponsored services, services for homeless individuals, and veterans.
Provides training and employment opportunities, as well as minor home repair and energy conservation services for low-income individuals. Services include providing critical home repairs to qualified homeowners and renters, offering energy-saving weatherization services, and helping toward self-sufficiency.
A residential treatment and recovery center for alcoholic and chemically dependent men who are without the money, insurance or other resources to enter hospital-based programs. Provides residential services, support, and counseling.
Provides the Greater Price Hill area in Cincinnati with educational tools and resources including housing, early childhood development and parenting, health and wellness, and youth development programs.
Provides financial services and economic education to underserved individuals in Over-the-Rhine and Greater Cincinnati communities. Programs include tax preparation, basic money management, financial counseling, and home ownership workshops.
Directory of local and some national support groups compiled by the Brighton Center of Newport, Kentucky. Includes a 24 hour parent helpline, cutting hotline, grandparents support groups, and homeless and missing service.
A resource directory that connects people with critical health, human services and volunteer opportunities in their community on a 24 hours a day, 7 days a week basis. Provides information and referrals for services including basic needs, day care, employment resources, health care, mental health services, transportation, mentoring, tutoring, substance abuse, domestic violence, and protective services.
Provides direct and advocacy services in communities of Cincinnati most heavily populated by Urban Appalachians. Programs focus on education, leadership development, family and human services, cultural celebration and access to employment and training.
A community based character-building program for youths. Schools invite character coach volunteers to spend 10-15 minutes in classrooms each week helping children learn fundamental lessons such as manners, behavior, and ethics.
Social service organization that provides assistance and supports community programs. Programs include Operation School Bell, Assault Survivor & Domestic Violence Kits, Learning Together, and College Starter Kits.
A charter member of Big Brothers/Big Sisters of America that serves children and volunteers of every religion, race, and creed in the northeastern part of Hamilton County, Ohio. Provides program information, volunteer, and events listings.
Provides afterschool and summer programming for children 6-18 years old at eight locations in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. Programs include enrichment activities in arts, education, sports, leadership development, and health.
Dedicated to improving the quality of life for children in the Greater Cincinnati area with health-related needs that are unmet through traditional means by offering grants, referrals, and alternative resources. Offers information on services, events, and resources.
Serves youth, ages prenatal to eighteen years, and their families in Clermont, Hamilton, Brown, Adams, Warren, Butler and Clinton Counties. Services provided include Head Start programs for children ages 0-5, parenting education, partial hospitalization, mental health prevention and counseling services in schools, foster care, independent living, family and group therapy, diagnostic testing, psychiatric services, 24-hour crisis hotline (528-SAVE) and professional training.
Works to develop solutions for childhood food insecurity that can be applied in a community, tested for effectiveness and duplicated in other communities. Focus is on zip code 45225, an area of high poverty, high crime and hungry and food-insecure children to provide food sacks for children when school is not in session.
Collects and distributes school supplies for students to teachers in the Greater Cincinnati area. Donation programs include Crafts with Conviction, Early Learning Tools, Push for Pencils Drive, and Keep Our Kids Warm.
A program through Cincinnati Children's Hospital offers home visits to first-time mothers to provide support and education to help ensure an optimal start for their children. Serves residents of Brown, Butler, Clermont, or Hamilton counties in Ohio or Boone, Campbell, or Kenton counties in Kentucky.
Provides learning facilities and educational programs that promote character development and life-enhancing values through the game of golf to participants aged 8-18. Website includes information about programs, instruction, and events.
Works to improve the lives of children and their families by breaking the cycle of addiction and promoting mental health among children. The program is a comprehensive After School/Summer intervention for children ages 5-11. Includes classes on substance abuse prevention, HIV prevention, and violence prevention.
A program for Ohio’s expectant parents, newborns, infants and toddlers that provide health and developmental services so children start school healthy and ready to learn. Includes a map of service providers with contact information.
A non-profit organization that provides gently worn prom dresses and accessories to economically disadvantaged high school girls in Greater Cincinnati. Referrals come from principals, counselors or a social service agency.
The LINKS program serves the Greater Cincinnati area schools and brings together the desire of young students who want to learn to play an instrument with used instruments that others have donated. Scholarship forms for students are submitted through orchestra directors or school bands.
Provides basic necessities (hats, coats, shoes, clothing, and eyeglasses), as well as educational opportunities (field trips, camp experiences, and training programs) to needy children in over 700 schools, Head Start sites, and foster settings in the Cincinnati region. The service area covers 17 counties in Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky.
A program administered by the City of Cincinnati Department of Health that offers nutritional education and assistance for pregnant and postpartum women, breastfeeding mothers, infants, and children up to the age of five. Provides a listing of locations throughout Cincinnati.
Offers parents guidance and support with the ultimate goal of strengthening parents' ability to raise children to achieve their unique potential. Provides information on classes, events, and parenting support resources.
A non-profit para-church organization that works to unite the community (churches, schools, local businesses, and individuals) in the common goal of helping to strengthen and rebuild families. Works in schools, providing resources such tutoring, counseling, mentoring, after-school programs, and in-school student-lead bible studies and prayer groups.
Provides programs and services for individuals and families in the Newport, Kentucky area including financial and homeownership services, workforce development services, education, employment and training programs, substance abuse recovery services for women, early childhood education, and neighborhood based programs.
Provides services to individuals, families and children of Clark, Champaign and Logan Counties. Services include emergency assistance, food bank, and counseling. Also helps identify and register eligible clients for food stamps, voter registration, prescription assistance, and annual income tax filing.
A special supplemental nutrition program for pregnant, breastfeeding, or postpartum women or those who have children under age 5. Provides nutrition education and counseling, breastfeeding support, nutritious foods, and infant formula.
A resource "center-a-neighborhood" school-based program where social workers partner with families to identify community needs and establish lasting solutions. Programs include after-school programs, home-based intervention, summer enrichment, and academic enrichment in music and arts.
Works to help homeless and low-income families achieve sustainable independence. Programs include Interfaith Hospitality Network for families facing homelessness and Family Mentoring for life skills development, connecting with community resources, and supportive services for children.
A non-profit corporation that provides a variety of services including holiday meals, basic household items, baby formula and child care items, tools for schools, winter clothing, air conditioners and fans. Also offers educational programs for children.
A non-profit organization offering support and advocacy to grieving families who have experienced a death. Offers peer support for grieving children, teens and adults. Provides programs, phone consultations, crisis response, community outreach, and education.
Helps women break the cycle of addiction and abuse to become self-suffient. Provides individual and group substance abuse counseling, access to medical services, mental health assessments, life skills training, financial counseling, on-site child care, twelve step meetings and connections to job readiness programs.
Provides programs and assistance to children, youth, parents and individuals in the community in areas including, but not limited to education, tutoring, health, group homes, employment, counseling, and after school support.
A merger between Family Service and Clermont Counseling Center. Provides programs and services to individuals, children and their families in the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area. Includes counseling, Early Childhood Education, parenting programs, mentoring programs, employee assistance programs, and school-based services.
Offers a full range of services including free and confidential pregnancy testing and options education, pregnancy support, parenting classes, and childbirth classes. Also provides assistance with baby clothes, diapers, and formula, referrals and assistance obtaining prenatal care, insurance, and STD testing.
Seven Hills Neighborhood Houses provides support services to children, families and individuals to help families meet their basic needs and develop skills necessary to become self-sufficient. Programs include the Riverview East Academy Parent Center, computer classes, emergency assistance, drug prevention, and senior services.
Serves young parents and their children from economically disadvantaged neighborhoods in Cincinnati's West End. Assists teen and young mothers & fathers to obtain their high school diploma, GED, pursue post secondary education, enroll in job training, and provides early childhood education.
A non-shelter, social service agency providing crisis intervention, advocacy, support and education/prevention services to victims/survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence and stalking in Cincinnati.
Provides one-on-one employment assistance and job readiness workshops, support groups and counseling, personal enrichment workshops, Hispanic women's programming, weekly programs and workshops for girls (8-18 yrs) and tutoring for boys and girls (3rd-5th grade).
Serves the needy and homeless in Cincinnati by providing daily meals, safe overnight shelter, recovery programs for men and women, and other services. Programs include food baskets, Thanksgiving outreach, and enrichment classes.
Keeps children and youth experiencing homelessness connected to their education by providing enrollment assistance, school supplies, uniforms, transportation, enrichment, tutoring and an 8-week summer program.
Serves the homeless in the Greater Cincinnati/Tri-State area, Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana through emergency shelter, transitional living facilities, permanent housing, medical services, social services, soup kitchens, and mental health/addictions services.
Provides services to the homeless in Cincinnati, such as providing personal care facilities, items for dental hygiene, laundry facilities and use of a phone. Also offers referrals to social service agencies, soup kitchens, and shelters.
Goodwill's HUD housing, training, and employment programs are operated for homeless individuals, including but not limited to military veterans, within the greater Cincinnati area. These programs help homeless individuals obtain employment and/or vocational training to secure safe and affordable permanent housing.
Provides services to persons living with mental illnesses and persons who are homeless. Offers supported employment programs, high-speed internet & e-mail access, resume preparation, basic literacy and G.E.D. computerized training software, and access to basic resources including clothes, eyeglasses, blankets, personal hygiene, State I.D. assistance.
Provides services, programs, training, and resources that focus on prevention, assessment, treatment and reintegration. Primary service area is Brown, Butler, Clermont, Hamilton, and Warren counties in Ohio and Kenton County in Kentucky. Talbert House also serves additional counties in the region.
Collaborates with the community to provide a continuum of quality services for individuals and families who are either homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Offers emergency assistance and shelter, outreach and supportive services, and employement services.
Offers prevention and intervention programming for domestic violence and coordinates services for immigrant/non-English speaking victims in the community to ensure they have access to necessary resources.
Offers Spanish language liturgy, sacramental preparation and celebrations, and religious education. Includes the Su Casa Hispanic Center, which offers social services, such as translation, housing, employment opportunities and leadership training to the Hispanic Community in the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area.
A non-profit organization centered in Cincinnati’s West End community that provides basic social services for the foreign-born population in Greater Cincinnati. Provides assistance with housing, education, employment, transportation, child care, health, public benefits, and legal matters.
A merger between Family Service and Clermont Counseling Center. Provides services for Cincinnati immigrants, refugees, and international visitors including English classes, ESOL, academic preparation, acculturation, and American civics education.
Run by the Cincinnati-based animal rescue, Recycled Doggies, in association with the Pet Alliance, the Pantry offers temporary food assistance to help keep pets with their owners during economic hardship.
Provides pet spay/neuter services for low income people and animal rescue groups, preventing pets from suffering abuse, neglect and euthanazia due to pet overpopulation. Offers an annual Steps For Pets walk.
Serves seniors in the Greater Cincinnati area by bringing local area professional artists, performers and educators to present one hour long programs at senior centers, retirement communities, adult day care centers, and nursing homes.
Offers programs to help the elderly poor and people with special needs by providing them with basic necessities and support. Includes crisis assistance, adult education and job training, employment and retention support, home health care and health promotion, and senior services and food assistance. Serves the Walnut Hills, East Walnut Hills, and surrounding neighborhoods.
Offers free legal and long-term care help to older adults in Ohio age 60 and older. Offers advice and information to solve legal and nursing home, adult care facility, and home health care problems. Provides information about ombudsman and legal services.
A non-profit organization that serves children and adults with a wide range of disabilities including cerebral palsy, autism, down syndrome, learning disabilities, language, and cognitive impairments. Programs include an adult day program, autism preschool, early childrhood learning center, pediatric therapies, and employment services. Serves Butler, Warren, Montgomery, and Hamilton, Preble, Greene and Clark counties in Ohio.
Helps individuals who have physical, sensory, cognitive, and/or psychological disabilities to maintain active, productive lives. Programs include independent living skills training, homeless services, housing referral assistance, and personal assistance services.
Offers services for persons with vision loss including rehabilitation, counseling, employment, and information services to help people who are blind, visually impaired or print impaired to live more independently.
Provides services for the blind and visually impaired including training and support for independent living, orientation and mobility instruction, vocational training, job placement, counseling, recreation, and youth services.
Provides a full range of educational, vocational, and residential services to meet the specialized needs of individuals with disabilities. Offers information, services, and resources to infants, children, and adults.
Provides opportunities for children and adults with disabilities to increase independence and promote inclusion within the community. Includes educational services and programs for children and adults.
Programs for veterans include community outreach, homeless services, recovery programs, medical/behavioral services, hospice and palliative care services and support, contract home health and nursing home services, home-based primary care, and geriatric care. Family and dental services are also provided.
Offers the Homeless Veterans Reintegration Projects funded by the Dept. of Labor. The programs are designed to provide the support and assistance needed for veterans to obtain employment and economic stability. Programs are available throughout the greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky areas, as well as in Adams, Brown, and Clermont Counties in rural Ohio.