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Women Shelters in Cincinnati, OH
1.Over The Rhine Community Housi
219 Odeon St
2.Mount Auburn Community Housing Dev
45 Mulberry St
3.House Of Hospitality
4.Community Action Agency of Cincinnati Hamilton County
880 W Court St
SchoolsChild CareSocial Service OrganizationsDay Care Centers & Nurseries
5.St. Joseph Orphanage
5400 Edalbert Dr
CharitiesSocial Service Organizations
The only thing the previous reviewer got right was there isn't enough funding... St. Joe's has a lot of great programs for kids from broken & abusive homes. They DO have Nintendo games - I personally have raised money at my workplace to donate various video games, board games, etc. They have a pool table, air hockey, indoor basketball pop-a-shot game... And when we raise money for the kids Christmas wish lists, yes some kids ask for clothes, coats, socks, shoes... because more people need to GIVE rather than bashing a place that is working to improve children's lives. The kids are not treated like prisoners. Yes, the teachers and social workers seem strict but that's because most of the children have various behavioral and psychological issues - if you give an inch, they'll take a mile. Things can get out of hand very quickly and the kids reactions are often different than you might be used to. Very few children actually live at the Orphanage - those that do are limited to 30 days at a time and are being treated for severe mental issues. The rest of the kids being helped by this wonderful establishment are there to attend school or after school programs. Maybe people should first seek to understand... and then try to become part of the solution rather than making rash judgements. Thank you to anyone who takes the time to read this.
6.Lighthouse Community School
6100 Desmond St
Youth Organizations & CentersSocial Service Organizations
awesome school, my teenager received the attention she needed..
2232 Vine St
Social Service OrganizationsCharitiesMarriage, Family, Child & Individual CounselorsCommunity Organizations
The correct phone number is 513-421-9333. You are displaying an old number
8.Churches Active in Northside
4230 Hamilton Ave
CharitiesSocial Service OrganizationsReligious OrganizationsChurches & Places of Worship
Cain church is awesome and they are very nice and resourceful...
9.Salvation Army Thrift Store
801 Eastgate South Dr
CharitiesThrift ShopsSocial Service Organizations
Very friendly people who r willing to help
3080 Markbreit Ave
Thrift ShopsResale ShopsSecond Hand DealersSocial Service Organizations
The Goodwill stores in this area are great places to find,in many cases gently used clothes that are much cheaper then anywhere else.Plus, the money is going to worthwile charities that put it to a good use.Good for your pocketbook and good for the community.
7235 Algonquin Dr
Emergency Notification ServiceSocial Service Organizations
The place is in an odd location, but Azzini has a good selection for sizes 10 and up. A few months ago, I purchased a pair of size 11 Franco Sarto loafers for $35 that are usually priced $70 and up at Neiman's or Dillards and they usually have to order a size 11. Some pairs were more expensive, others less, but if you have a hard time finding size 10 and up and are in need of quality shoes that you'd like to keep for more than one season--Payless has a lot of attractive styles in l0 and up, but often their shoes can be considered disposable--I highly recommend Azzini.
3129 Spring Grove Ave
Social Service OrganizationsMarriage, Family, Child & Individual CounselorsCommunity OrganizationsHuman Services Organizations
The Talbert House is a half-way house. People (men) usually go to houses like these when they are released from prison. The idea is to help them integrate back into society and be a productive law abiding citizen. Non-violent offenders can also be sent here from different area counties including Montgomery and Greene in the Dayton, Ohio area. Attendance to certain programs is mandatory, however some of their programs are not run well and the ex-prisoners laugh and do not take the reason for the class seriously. The Talbert House can teach basic knowledge needed in society but only if the prisoner takes it seriously. Depending on the seriousness of the violation (i.e. smoking crack in dorms or runaways (both have occurred)) the detainee can be sent back to prison or back to the county judge to be sentenced to a correctional facility.
13.Living Hope Transitional Homes
3765 Ebenezer Rd
CharitiesReal Estate DevelopersSocial Service Organizations
"Pray to stay." Nothing useful. Just a director who acts like she is Ms Religion and can treat everyone terrible. Scam!
1515 Carll St
Drug Abuse & Addiction CentersRehabilitation ServicesAlcoholism Information & Treatment CentersSocial Service Organizations
A dead friend of mine stayed there. ..he told me he never been treated as a junkie but they constantly reminded him that is what he was detoxing was terrible they did nothing to help him none of the staff even cares about the people who were there food was poorly cooked and cold he left and relapsed a few days later if you are going there here is your warning if your not suicidal now you will be afterwards HERE
15.Child Focus Inc
551 Old State Route 74
Social Service OrganizationsMental Health ServicesCounseling ServicesHome Health Services
My daughter went there and every week they was sending her home saying she had nits. I would go through her hais everyday and find NOTHING. Now this went on for weeks until I put a stop to it because I don't feel a 5 year old needs to be told that on a weekly basic. It's sad when you tell them that you want to withdraw your child they still call you everyday and harrass you about bringing your child back..
1617 Reading Rd
Drug Abuse & Addiction CentersRehabilitation ServicesSocial Service Organizations
I had the chance to attend this program for a term of 95 days. The staff for the most part are indifferent to the needs of their clients. The program is residential in nature, however the Talbert House employees are only employed 9-5,while the remaining 16 hours the ""program"" is staffed by untrained correctional officers. None of whom have any interest at all in the well being of the ""clients"". Our county sheriff has no training in place for these officers related to rehabilitation. He is strictly in the business of corrections. This ""program"" has a 5% success rate and is a complete misdirection of funding. Why do our tax dollars contribute to such a failure ? That is a good question that deserves a good answer!!!
17.County of Hamilton
222 E Central Pkwy
Social Service OrganizationsCounty & Parish GovernmentGovernment OfficesCommunity Organizations
Hamilton County CSEA and Court of Domestic Relations = Domestic Terrorists Merriam-webster: Definition of Terrorism: The systematic use of terror especially as a means of coercion Webster--dictionary: Domestic Terrorist (Noun) Terrorism practiced in your own country against your own people Legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary: Domestic Terrorism (Noun) The calculated use of force or violence against persons or property in order to coerce or intimidate a government or the civilian population in furtherance of political or social objectives. Wikipedia: acts of domestic terrorism as set forth in the USA Patriot Act include: ...""(B) appear to be intended? (i) to intimidate or coerce a civilian population; (ii) to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion;..."" THE PROOF? In 19 years of persecution and living through domestic terrorism at the hands of the domestic relations courts and CSEA in the name of my children I have been: hauled out of work in handcuffs by child support officials and lost my job when I didn?t actually owe money and was employed and paying; I have had my driver?s license revoked while unemployed twice for not paying child support while unemployed (how do I find a job if I can?t drive?) ; my girlfriend?s bank account was seized (I guess guilty by association); I was imprisoned for two years in the state penitentiary for child support that I did not owe due to a clerical error at the CSEA in which they calculated my past due support to almost two years before my children were born (jailed for being a dad); to this day my rights have been revoked as a normal citizen because I am a ?convicted felon? for the child support conviction that sent me to prison, even though child support is not considered a felony anymore and my account was in error at the time. I have lived through the hell of court sanctioned and court supported parental alienation. The courts assisted with an illegal name change for my children without my knowledge. Rights to see my children had even been taken away at one point, later the courts admitted wrongly. And the mother of them all... I got rights to see my children every other weekend, or 96 hours per month. What a way to be a Dad. I have been on unemployment lately, and my child support comes out of my unemployment automatically. My daughters are now both almost 19 and graduated and I filed to stop paying child support but was informed by the Hamilton County CSEA that I owe $44 in fees because I was on unemployment, and until I pay this $44 they are leaving my child support account open, and it will CONTINUE TO ACCRUE FEES until I come in and pay it and close the account? even though I am not obligated to pay child support any longer. How many others are racking up child support fees while collecting unemployment, and never even knowing it? How much money in fees has the child support agency collected from people who aren?t even supposed to be paying any longer? How many other citizens have been terrorized by their use of force in the name of your children? HAD ENOUGH!
9375 Winton Rd
Community OrganizationsSocial Service Organizations
This Y is all about the pool! If you are not a true "Wethead" this is not the place for you! Workout room is small compared to other YMCA's. I asked about a ping pong table and about forming a winter league and the-membership director NEVER has gotten back to me and I have asked twice before. This is a membership driven organization right????
19.New Saint Stephen Community Church
2315 Easthill Ave
Social Service Organizations
The New Saint Stephen Community Church is a non-denominational church serving the Cincinnati Community. We are located in East Walnut Hills at 2315 Park Avenue. We welcome all to come out and worship with us. Our Sunday Morning Services start at precisely 11:00 a.m. with Sunday School beginning at 9:30 a.m. We look forward to seeing you! "I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me." Philippians 4:13
20.Central Community Health Board
3020 Vernon Pl
Physicians & Surgeons, PsychiatryDrug Abuse & Addiction CentersSocial Service OrganizationsMental Health Services
Located in Cincinnati, The Central Community Health Board of Hamilton County is a community mental health center. It provides a variety of community leadership and behavioral health programs for southwest Ohio and surrounding areas. The center offers a wide range of programs and services, including adult outpatient and community support and drug prevention services, geriatric and children s services, and management training and education programs. It also offers residential programs, partial hospitalization, crisis stabilization, and early prevention and intervention services. The center s adult outpatient services include individual and group counseling and therapies, diagnostic assessment services, and psychiatric evaluations and medication management services.
21.You First Supported Living
4218 Colerain Ave
Disability ServicesSocial Service OrganizationsDevelopmentally Disabled & Special Needs Services & ProductsHome Health Services
YOU FIRST supported Living provides non-medical in-home care and supportive living services to adults & children with physical & developmental disabilities living in their own home. Contact YOU FIRST Supported Living for DEDICATED In-home care and Support that will Truly Put you 1st.... Call Today for a FREE in-home assessment and consultation 513-322-2808
22.Clovernook Country Club
2035 W Galbraith Rd
Private Golf CoursesPrivate ClubsGolf CoursesClubs
Clovernook Country Club was founded in 1923. In that same year Gene Sarazen won the U.S. Open and the PGA Tournament. Some other interesting facts about the year 1923 were Calvin Coolidge was President, the last U.S. troops were withdrawn from Germany, and both Charlton Heston, the actor, and Alan Shepard, the first American astronaut in space were born.
23.Deer Run Country Club
7414 Pickway Dr
Private Golf CoursesSocial Service OrganizationsGolf CoursesClubs
Deer Run Country Club is located in Cincinnati, and offers dining facilities to the members. The club organizes various golf tournaments, and employs professional PGA trainers. Deer Run Country Club also offers training classes to its members and has a pro shop that offers golfi gears, such as caps, bags, shirts and golf accessories. The dining services include lunch and dinner buffets, and it has bars, ballrooms, and dining rooms, private function rooms, and an outdoor patio. Deer Run Country Club also offers various activities that include weekly dining specials, and an entertainment center. In addition, the club also provides a wide range of membership options, such as family, individual, dual, corporate and dining and also offers various finance options to members.
24.St. Aloysius Orphanage
4721 Reading Rd
Marriage, Family, Child & Individual CounselorsSocial Service OrganizationsMental Health ServicesFoster Care Agencies
St. Aloysius Orphanage, established in 1837, is an independent social service agency that undertakes special support programs for children suffering from mental disorders and behavioral health problems. It offers a wide range of services, such as social skills training, foster care, mental health, psychotherapy, and individual and activity therapies. The services offered by the agency also include medication management, psychiatric care, and health evaluation and counseling. Its academic programs offer education to children in grades kindergarten through eight. In addition, the agency undertakes educational programs that provide information on health education. Its staff includes counselors, therapists, teachers and caseworkers. The agency is located in Cincinnati.
25.American Red Cross
2111 Dana Ave
Social Service OrganizationsFirst Aid & Safety InstructionCommunity OrganizationsCharities
Founded in 1881, The American Red Cross is one of the leading emergency response organizations in the United States. Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, it offers humanitarian care to the victims of war. The organization also aids victims of devastating natural disasters. In addition to domestic disaster relief, The American Red Cross provides compassionate services in areas, including community services, support and comfort for military members and their families as well as the collection, processing and distribution of blood and blood products. It carries out educational programs that promote health, safety, international relief and also development programs.
26.Maketewah Country Club
5401 Reading Rd
Private Golf CoursesGolf CoursesSocial Service OrganizationsClubs
Founded in 1930, Maketewah Country Club is a private recreation facility that offers social and athletic services. Its amenities include an 18-hole golf course, putting green, swimming pool, golf shop and locker rooms. The club has meeting facilities for bridal showers, reception parties, rehearsal dinners, corporate meetings and business seminars. Maketewah Country Club also organizes picnics, dinner parties, family outings and Christmas luncheons. It has a bowling alley and tennis court and provides a variety of membership plans. In addition, the club sponsors the Evans Scholarship Program, which provides undergraduate scholarships for deserving candidates. Maketewah Country Club is located in Cincinnati.
3603 Victory Pkwy
Social Service OrganizationsCharitiesHuman Services OrganizationsCommunity Organizations
Living Arrangements for the Developmentally Disabled, commonly known as LADD, is a nonprofit organization. It was founded in 1975 and provides educational and residential programs for independent living in Cincinnati. The organization was founded in 1976 and supports adults with developmental disabilities and provides community-based services. Its programs provide individual development, community inclusion, independence and their contribution to the society. It receives funds from a variety of resources and the majority of revenue comes from the Hamilton County Board of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities and the Mental Retardation Tax Levy. Living Arrangements for the Developmentally Disabled provides its programs and services through a series of customized educational classes designed for individuals with developmental disabilities to enhance the development and understanding of capabilities and attitudes.
2140 Pogue Ave
Nursing & Convalescent HomesHomes-Institutional & AgedHome BuildersRetirement Communities
Beechwood Home is a nonprofit long-term care nursing facility and assisted living residence, and located in Cincinnati. It specializes in long-term care, and rehabilitation restorative and therapeutic services. The facility is a 75-bed long-term nursing care with various assisted living beds. It also provides extensive, long-term health services to male and female adults who are suffering from incurable, chronic and neurologic conditions. In addition, it provides long-term management of neurological disorders of adults. The home also offers a variety of resident services, such as physical therapies, meal services and a wide range of social, cultural, religious and recreational activities. Beechwood Home also offers remote electronic access and control handsfree system, an electronic adaptive technology designed by its in-house therapists that allows the user to perform tasks with simple voice, commands, the touch of a button, head movements and with the movements of any body part.
7162 Reading Rd Ste 900
Social Service OrganizationsCommunity OrganizationsFoster Care AgenciesRecreation Centers
Pressley Ridge is a nonprofit agency that provides a variety of special educational programs and social and mental health services for distressed children and their families in West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Maryland. It is one of the first agencies for abandoned, neglected and orphaned children in Pittsburg that was established in 1832 by the First Presbyterian Church. The agency provides community-based services that include intensive and short-term health care for children and adolescents with mental disabilities. It also offers various foster care and residential services, as well as educational programs through day schools and special schools for people with hearing disabilities. The organization operates an institute that offers training, consulting and research services to children's services organizations throughout the world. Pressley Ridge maintains a location in Cincinnati.
30.Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio
7162 Reading Rd Ste 600
CharitiesSocial Service OrganizationsHuman Services Organizations
Catholic Charities SouthWestern Ohio, an agency of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, is a nonprofit organization that has been providing a variety of social services since 1914. The organization operates the Su Casa Hispanic Center, which is one of the oldest social service agencies for the Hispanic and Latino communities in Cincinnati. Catholic Charities SouthWestern Ohio is accredited by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and is a member of United Way. It serves residents in Adams, Hamilton, Butler, Warren, Clermont, Clinton, Highland, Brown and Adams counties in Ohio. The organization provided adoption, foster, home and personal care services. It also offers refugee resettlement, counseling and educational solutions. Additionally, Catholic Charities SouthWestern Ohio coordinates the Rainbow program, which assists children in dealing with grief and loss of loved ones.
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