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Social Service Organizations in Columbus, OH
1.Volunteers Of America
1776 E Broad St
Social Service OrganizationsClothing StoresFurniture StoresCharities
2100 Stella Ct
Social Service OrganizationsDisability ServicesDrug Abuse & Addiction CentersHuman Services Organizations
Alvis House, headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, provides services and programs that offer alternatives to incarceration, and facilitate the integration of offenders into the community. The organization has provided residential services, substance abuse treatment, mental health treatment, habilitation, cognitive therapy, and monitoring services to more than 1,400 men and women. Its supported living program is a waiver-based program that provides daily living support for individuals with mental retardation and developmental disabilities. Federal Bureau of Prisons selected Alvis House as one of the sites in the United States for their pilot project, Transition Skills for Offenders. This program uses various strategies to assist people in making positive and permanent lifestyle changes. It has assisted more than 300 former offenders to find jobs in unsubsidized employment. Alvis House also uses global positioning satellite monitoring in conjunction with electronic monitoring to closely track selected clients.
3.Franklin County Office On Aging
280 E Broad St
Medical AlarmsAssisted Living & Elder Care ServicesTransportation ServicesCounty & Parish Government
Franklin County Senior Options, founded in 1993, provides community-based services for senior citizens. The organization offers personal, respite and adult day care services. It provides transportation options to medical facilities. The organization also offers meal programs. Franklin County Senior Options provides access to emergency services through electronic communication devices. The organization offers services for more than 5,000 senior citizens monthly. It provides information and referral services for over 2,000 individuals monthly. In addition, the organization offers case management and advocacy services. Franklin County Senior Options is administered by the Franklin County Office on Aging, which is responsible for planning and coordinating services and programs for dependent adults and their families.
1331 Edgehill Rd
Social Service OrganizationsFurniture StoresPackaging ServiceResale Shops
Founded in 1939, Goodwill Columbus is a nonprofit organization located in Columbus, Ohio, that offers rehabilitation and employment services. Additionally, the organization provides other services, such as community living, and employment opportunities to individuals with disabilities. It offers a variety of programs and services, including educational classes and opportunities, occupational training, job placements, and employment assistance. The organization s residential services include assistance with hygiene, home management, socialization, community programs access and personal adjustments. Goodwill Columbus provides various supported living services, such as shopping, transportation, and budgeting and banking. The organization additionally offers various other supported living services, including behavioral support, planning and preparing meals scheduling, medical appointments, and providing recreation and leisure opportunities.
5.Hosack Street Baptist Church
1160 Watkins Rd
Social Service OrganizationsBaptist Churches
Rev. Dr. Daryl Hairston, Senior Pastor 9:15am - Sunday School 11:00am - Worship Tuesday 11:00am - Bible Study Wednesday 7:00pm - Bible Study Weekly Services Sunday 8:00am - Early Morning Worship
6.HandsOn Central Ohio
195 N Grant Ave
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Is Your Child Struggling in School? Are you Struggling to Find Food or Housing? Do you Want to Volunteer and are Looking for An Organization that Reflects Questions Like These Lead Franklin County Residents to FIRSTLINK. Our Services Strengthen and Enhance the Quality of Life in Our Community by Mobilizing Volunteers and Connecting People in Need to Community Resources.
7.Westside Free Store Ministries
61 S Powell Ave
Social Service OrganizationsReligious OrganizationsCommunity OrganizationsMarriage, Family, Child & Individual Counselors
245 N Grant Ave
Social Service OrganizationsShelters
Established in 1966, Faith Mission provides a wide range of social and health care services to the people throughout the United States. The center provides a wide range of services, including men's and women's shelter, kitchen and food services, chapel services and shelter plus care program. It also provides case management services and has a business resource center. The center assists its residents in obtaining birth certificates, social security cards and various other necessary documents. It has social workers for assisting the residents in acquiring and understanding government records, including credit, rental and police reports. It additionally organizes the shelter plus care program in administration with the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority. Its housing assistance program provides a variety of services to homeless people with disabilities. Faith Mission is located in Columbus, Ohio.
9.Columbus Coalition for The Homeless
132 S 3rd St
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10.C O H H I O
175 S 3rd St
Social Service OrganizationsCommunity Organizations
11.Kinder Women's Care Center
3273 E Main St
Social Service OrganizationsAbortion AlternativesPregnancy CounselingPregnancy Information & Services
12.Central Ohio Youth Advocacy Program
3360 E Livingston Ave
Social Service Organizations
COYAP is a good program for teenagers. My son has been with the program for about a year and I see alot of change in him. The COYAP staff are awsome
13.Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services
1721 Northland Park Ave
Social Service OrganizationsCounty & Parish GovernmentFederal GovernmentGovernment Offices
I have never walked in or out without being helped. Thank you!
455 E Mound St
Social Service OrganizationsAlcoholism Information & Treatment CentersDrug Abuse & Addiction CentersCommunity Organizations
Founded in 1984, Amethyst provides long-term support and affordable housing to women who are recovering from addictions. The organization has more than 90 permanent and over 10 transitional housing units. Its adult services include long-term alcohol and drug addiction treatment and therapeutic services; counseling for physical, emotional and sexual abuse; intensive, individualized case management; and permanent supportive housing. Amethyst also offers individual, group and family counseling, babysitting, GED preparation, grief and loss counseling, job skills and retention training, health and wellness classes, relapse prevention and mental health services. The organization also provides family-centered services that include parenting classes, family therapy, after school drop-in center, therapeutic summer camp, violence and disease prevention, and alcohol, drug and tobacco prevention education.
15.Health Policy Institute-Ohio
37 W Broad St Ste 350
Social Service OrganizationsHuman Services OrganizationsHealth & Welfare ClinicsMarriage, Family, Child & Individual Counselors
Health Policy Institute of Ohio is a 501 ( c ) organization that serves as Ohio's nonpartisan, independent source for forecasting health trends, analyzing key health issues, and communicating current research to policymakers, state agencies and other decision-makers. Since its founding in 2003, HPIO has become the state's trusted source of information and leadership on health policy issues. In the past, Ohio decision makers often had to rely on data and analysis provided by interest groups with particular perspectives and agendas. HPIO's mission is to provide nonpartisan, unbiased research, analysis and communication that enables policymakers to make the most informed decisions possible on matters that affect the health of all Ohioans.
16.Community Research Partners
399 E Main St Ste 100
Social Service OrganizationsMarriage, Family, Child & Individual CounselorsCharities
Incorporated in 2000, Community Research Partners is a community data and information needs provider in central Ohio. Based in Columbus, Ohio, the company offers a range of services, such as social, demographic, economic, and property data collection and analysis; focus groups, surveys, interviews, and case studies; research and evaluation plans, tools, and methods; database development and web-based tools. Community Research Partners has a partnership with City of Columbus, United Way of Central Ohio, The Ohio State University and the Franklin County Commissioners.
513 E Rich St Ste 302
Social Service OrganizationsFoster Care AgenciesCounseling ServicesFinancial Services
We’re OhioGuidestone – built on a solid foundation of experience and expertise, rooted in faith and a legacy of serving children and families. Our range of flexible, customized programs build upon one another so they address every aspect of a person’s needs. We’re a solutions-focused organization with passionate people committed to providing direction and inspiration to children, families and communities to help them become stronger. At OhioGuidestone, we believe that every individual and community is unique and that their needs are different. Because of this, we’ve created flexible, customized programs designed to help children, families and communities, especially those in need. Our innovative, comprehensive programs preserve family relationships, help make children and families more self-sufficient and reduce clients’ need for future social service or court interventions. They are focused on making a positive, lasting, measurable difference in the lives and communities we serve.
18.Central Community House
1150 E Main St
Social Service OrganizationsCommunity OrganizationsCharitiesMarriage, Family, Child & Individual Counselors
Established in 1935, Central Community House is a private, nonprofit settlement house, located in Columbus, Ohio. A United Way agency, Central Community House is a multiservice community center offering youth and family programs, and neighborhood support, and development initiatives. Central Community House operates a child care center that offers program activities to promote age appropriate growth and development for children of ages 6 weeks to 12-years. It also offers youth and family service programs, such as after school, summer challenge, teen, teen summer challenge, teen moms, parent advisory council, and family nights programs. It also provides neighborhood programs, such as opportunity knocks, Americorps, homebuyers workshop, health screenings, employment service, senior outreach, and emergency service programs.
19.National Youth Advocate Program
1303 E Main St
Social Service OrganizationsMarriage, Family, Child & Individual CounselorsCommunity Organizations
Established in 1983, the Ohio Youth Advocate Program assists children, youths and families throughout Ohio. It offers in-home care, wraparound, advocacy and case management services. The organization provides emergency shelter services for individuals with behavioral disorders. The Ohio Youth Advocate Program offers therapeutic and medical care services for the victims of drug and alcohol abuse. Additionally, it provides transitional and supervised independent living services, as well as maintains community training homes. The organization also offers adoption and mental health care services. The Ohio Youth Advocate Program provides assistance with finance procurement, legal counseling, and information and referral services. It offers training related to independent living skills development. The organization maintains a presence in Columbus, Ohio.
1421 Hamlet St
Social Service OrganizationsBusiness & Trade OrganizationsCommunity OrganizationsHuman Services Organizations
Huckleberry House, established in 1970 and located in Columbus, Ohio, assists teenagers and youth in crisis situations, such as family crisis, substance abuse and drug addictions. The center offers a wide range of services that include transitional living, family support, counseling, after care and youth outreach program. It provides specialized services to people of ages between 16 and 21. Its services include independent living skills, mental health and community support, and assisted and independent living mentoring. The center provides assistance to families in the areas, such as school, home, legal and medical issues, and social and spiritual settings. It also organizes after-school care and programs for students, including individual and group counseling, and behavioral care and referrals.
21.St Stephen's Community House
1500 E 17th Ave
Social Service OrganizationsCharitiesCommunity OrganizationsMarriage, Family, Child & Individual Counselors
Located in Columbus, Ohio, St. Stephen's Community House is a nonprofit organization that provides a variety of community services and was founded in 1919. It offers various programs and services, such as employment, housing assistance, senior services, parenting classes, social development, health care, community organization, education and childcare. The organization s youth and family services include individual and family counseling, foster care, and computer and English as a second language classes. It offers a variety of senior services, including advocacy, socialization, workshops and seminars. The organization has a Christmas Care Program that provides assistance to more than 1,300 families during the holiday season.
22.Jewish Family Services
1070 College Ave
Social Service OrganizationsPsychologistsCommunity OrganizationsEmployment Agencies
Jewish Family Service of Greater Dallas offers individual, marital and family counseling solutions. The agency provides assistance for women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. It offers case management, safety planning, crisis intervention, and career and employment services. Jewish Family Service of Greater Dallas also provides food to individuals and families. In addition, the agency offers individual parent guidance programs. It provides diagnostic testing and assessment services for individuals with disabilities. The agency manages a speaker s bureau that offers presentations on a variety of topics, such as family abuse and parenting for parent-teacher associations. It provides light housekeeping and transportation solutions for senior citizens.
23.Susan G Komen
929 Faculty Dr
Social Service OrganizationsFoundations-Educational, Philanthropic, Research
The Columbus Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, or Komen Columbus, is part of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, the world's largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists. Our Mission is to save lives and end breast cancer forever by empowering people, ensuring quality care for all and energizing science to find the cures. We're most well-known for our signature event, the Komen Columbus Race for the Cure, and serve 30 counties in Central and Southeastern Ohio by funding breast cancer education, screening and treatment assistance programs. Seventy-five percent of all contributions we receive remain in central and southeastern Ohio and the remaining 25 percent funds scientific research at the global level. Check out our video on The Komen Columbus Promise, featuring local survivors and supporters telling our story in their words. Please download our 2009 Community Report for an update on our finances, our affiliate priorities and how to get involved. The report also includes information on what crucial programs and services your generous contributions fund.
24.Heinzerling Memorial Foundation
1800 Heinzerling Dr
Social Service OrganizationsCommunity OrganizationsMarriage, Family, Child & Individual Counselors
Heinzerling Memorial Foundation, located in Columbus, Ohio, offers a variety of social and welfare services to the children and families throughout the state. Its services include parenting, counseling, drug and alcohol prevention, employee assistance programs, adults and children s education, and in-home parenting of infants. It manages various training institutes and training and consultation centers for schools, businesses, government and private organizations, and child care centers. The organization provides programs for children coping with child abuse, foster placement, substance abuse, and psychiatric problems. It additionally organizes camps and school programs, such as group discussions, and drug and alcohol prevention seminars. The center offers 24-hour health care services.
2440 Dawnlight Ave
Social Service OrganizationsMental Health Services
Founded in 1865, Rosemont Center is a nonprofit organization that provides health care services to children, adolescents and their families. It provides a range of services, including mental health treatment, specialized foster care, day treatment, outpatient services, and residential programs. The center provides 24-hour emergency admissions, crisis counseling and intervention, and other educational and medical services. It also offers individual treatment planning, psychiatric and psychological assessment, therapeutic recreation and social skills groups. The center s crisis care program is licensed by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. The center also offers partial hospitalization and life skills development and provides treatment for sexually abused patients. Its staff includes licensed social workers, professional counselors, marriage and family therapists and assistants with Bachelor degrees. Rosemont Center is located in Columbus, Ohio.
26.Special Olympics Ohio Inc
3303 Winchester Pike
Social Service OrganizationsMarriage, Family, Child & Individual CounselorsCommunity OrganizationsCharities
Mission...The mission of Special Olympics Ohio is to provide year-round sports training and competition opportunities for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. Benefits...Special Olympics contributes to the physical, social, and psychological development of the athletes. Through successful experiences in sports, they gain confidence and build a positive self-image which carries over into the classroom, home, job and community. History...The concept of Special Olympics began in the early 1960's when Eunice Kennedy Shriver started a day camp for individuals with intellectual disabilities. The first national meet was held at Soldier Field in Chicago in 1968 for 1, 000 athletes from the United States and Canada. Shortly thereafter, Ohio began a Special Olympics program under the name of the Ohio Athletic Association. Special Olympics Ohio became incorporated in 1975. Today, there are Special Olympics programs in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and 150 different countries around the world. Participants...Special Olympics Ohio has approximately 200 local member organizations and over 23, 000 athletes who are in training and competition. These organizations originate from County Boards of MR/DD, public schools, developmental centers, parks and recreation departments, churches and parent and community groups. Eligibility...Athletes must be at least eight years of age and identified by an agency or professional as having one of the following conditions: intellectual disability, cognitive delays as measured by formal assessment or significant learning or vocational problems due to cognitive delay that require or have required special instruction. Support...Special Olympics Ohio, Inc is a non-profit corporation funded through private and corporate donations and fundraising projects across the state. Special Olympics Ohio is not a United Way agency and does not receive any federal funds. Volunteers...This organization is run almost entirely by volunteers. Over 12, 000 individuals donate their time to provide the sports training and competition opportunities across the state. Competitions...Special Olympics provides year-round competition opportunities for the athletes at the local, area and state levels. There are approximately 75 local and area events and Special Olympics Ohio hosts seven state-wide competitions each year. For a calendar of state competitions click here. In addition, every 2 years Special Olympics Ohio sends a team of athletes to compete in the World Games which alternate between winter and summer sports.
27.Life Skills Learning Ctr
2400 S Hamilton Rd
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The Life Skills Center accommodates students who face difficulties with the routine of traditional public schools. Its academic curriculum includes various subjects, such as reading, language arts, social studies, science and mathematics. The center serves more than 6,000 students and operates over 30 facilities throughout Ohio, Arizona, Colorado, Michigan and Florida. Its curriculum combines academic, life skills preparation and workplace training. The center also offers employment, vocational training, volunteering and counseling programs. The Life Skills Center additionally provides options for job placements. It includes a full-time vocational specialist who provides consulting services, as well as community-based referrals. Life Skills Center maintains a location in Columbus, Ohio, and is a part of White Hat Management.
28.American Red Cross
4820 Sawmill Rd
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Founded in 1881, the American Red Cross is one of the leading emergency response organizations in the United States. It offers neutral 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 offers compassionate services in areas, including community services to help the needy; 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.
29.ARC Industries Inc
6633 Doubletree Ave
Social Service OrganizationsMarriage, Family, Child & Individual CounselorsDevelopmentally Disabled & Special Needs Services & ProductsCommunity Organizations
Established in 1963, ARC Industries provides employment and training opportunities to more than 2,000 adults with mental retardation or other developmental disabilities in Franklin County, Ohio. It offers training related to assembly, packaging, collating and labeling. The industry has developed its own manufacturing business to supplement work for its employees. ARC Industries offers training in strategically located production facilities in the state of Ohio, as well as supervision services related to on-site crews and full- and part-time private sector jobs. Its additional services include sorting, inspection, food preparation, packaging, warehouse cleaning, bench assembly, collating and data entry. The industry is headquartered in Columbus, Ohio.
30.Central Ohio Youth Advocacy Program
20 S 3rd St Ste 210
Social Service OrganizationsHome Health Services
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