This fall, HSC members spent time down at City Hall advocating for eviction prevention funding. We also celebrated the award of a grant from the Greater Cincinnati Foundation to advocate for equitable public transit on behalf of economically disadvantaged communities in Hamilton County. Click here to read more.
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The Human Services Chamber held its Fall Membership Meeting on October 10, 2018 at Ohio Valley Goodwill Services in Woodlawn. The event featured a panel discussion on the problems that are unique to economically challenged suburban residents and potential solutions to this growing problem. Our moderator and panelists for the event included: Liz Blume, director […]
The Human Services Chamber board has approved a set of eviction prevention recommendations that were developed by its Affordable Housing committee over the past several months. These recommendations come in the wake of new research showing that families in our community are experiencing evictions at an alarming rate. In Hamilton County, over 6,000 evictions were […]
We had an active summer promoting local human services funding and eviction prevention policy! Click here to read our September 2018 newsletter.
HSC Executive Director talks about Human Services Funding and Public Transit on Cincinnati Issues with Lincoln Ware
HSC Executive Director Gina Marsh appeared on Cincinnati Issues with Lincoln Ware to discuss the Human Services Chamber and the work it is doing to advocate for better public transit and local human services funding. http://star64.tv/community/cincinnati-issues/cincinnati-issues-july-8-2018