We had an active summer promoting local human services funding and eviction prevention policy! Click here to read our September 2018 newsletter.
NEWS & UPDATES
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
The house was packed for HSC’s Lunch n’ Learn on Eviction Prevention Strategies this past Wednesday at Interact for Health! Over 50 social workers and others who work with vulnerable populations gathered to learn about the problem of eviction in Hamilton County and solutions for reducing its prevalence. HSC board member Stacey Burge of Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Cincinnati, Mary Reid of St. Vincent […]
Yesterday, City Council adopted a budget that includes 1% of the General Fund for human services, which will provide an additional $790,000 in human services funding over last year. This funding will be used to expand services to low income residents for workforce supports and housing, and to provide proactive support for troubled youth with […]
Yesterday, HSC attended a press conference with Council Members Sittenfeld and Mann to express support for their proposal to create a permanent, guaranteed revenue stream to fund human services through a charter amendment that increases the admissions tax. If approved by the voters in November, this charter amendment would increase the percentage of the admissions […]