4C for Children
4C helps families find and choose quality child care, educates early childhood professionals, educates the public on the importance of early childhood education, provides leadership to the field, and advocates for quality early care and education for all children.
African American Chamber of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky
The African American Chamber leverages regional partnerships and collaborates with organizations and supplier diversity and inclusion experts to empower businesses to succeed. The African American Chamber provides business education series, marketing programs and networking events to help grow local businesses.
A Kid Again
For twenty plus years, A Kid Again has helped to restore a sense of normal for families thrust into the situation of having to care for a child with a life-threatening illness. Often these families are unprepared and unequipped to deal with what follows. A Kid Again hosts year-round events to support these families and provide them with memories that will last a lifetime.
Beech Acres Parenting Center
Beech Acres connects Greater Cincinnati parents with resources to help them raise capable, caring and contributing children. Services provided: Child Welfare, Behavioral Health, Parenting Guidance & Support.
Bethany House Services empowers homeless and at-risk families with the solutions to achieve housing stability and long-term self-sufficiency.
Caracole’s mission is to reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS through housing, care and prevention. Founded in 1987, Caracole House was the first licensed adult care facility in Ohio for people living with HIV/AIDS. Today, Caracole serves more than 1500 clients living in an eight county region in Southwest Ohio.
Center for Addiction Treatment
Center for Addiction Treatment provides addiction treatment to adults through services that include medical detox, residential care, outpatient and medication assisted treatment.
Center for Independent Living Options
The Center for Independent Living Options provides services for people with permanent disabilities in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. CILO provides a support system to help people with physical, sensory, cognitive, and/or psychological disabilities reach their greatest potential and independence.
Center for Respite Care
Center for Respite Care provides quality, holistic medical care to homeless people who need a safe place to heal, while assisting them in breaking the cycle of homelessness.
The Children’s Home of Cincinnati
The Children’s Home of Cincinnati is committed to creating lasting results that strengthen families and our community by guiding individuals — from infancy to independence — through comprehensive education, behavioral, and health services.
Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired provides vision rehabilitation and information services for those who are blind or visually impaired. In addition, CABVI offers opportunities for its clients to work in the office supply and light industrial sectors to achieve self-sufficiency.
Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency
The Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency provides programming via Early Childhood Education, Career & Job Services, Entrepreneurship Training, Supportive Services and Home Energy Assistance.
Cincinnati Interfaith Workers Center
Cincinnati Interfaith Workers Center (CIWC) was established in March 2005 to mobilize, educate, and organize low wage and immigrant workers to achieve positive systemic change. The goal is to provide workers with the tools and support they need to transform their workplaces and communities as a whole.
Cincinnati Preschool Promise
The Cincinnati Preschool Promise makes it possible for families to have equitable access to high quality, culturally competent preschool in public and private settings within the Cincinnati Public School district boundary.
Cincinnati Works is a nonprofit organization that brings hope and encouragement to people living in poverty through a network of comprehensive employment services and over 75 employer partnerships. The organization serves two clients: job seekers who want to work their way out of poverty and employers who pay a fair wage and offer health benefits.
Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Clovernook Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired empowers people who are blind or visually impaired to be self-sufficient and full participants in their communities. Adult programs, employment services and youth activities, as well as arts and recreation departments, provide critical services to those who need it. The Clovernook Braille Printing House produces books, magazines and other materials for the National Library Services and braille patrons worldwide, while providing employment opportunities for blind and visually impaired individuals.
Cornerstone Renter Equity
Improving lives and communities through housing, supportive services and Renter Equity®.
Council on Aging
Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio is dedicated to enhancing quality of life for older adults, people with disabilities, their families and caregivers. We promote choice, independence, dignity and well-being through a range of services that help people remain in their homes for as long as possible.
Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati empowers individuals, educates families, enhances communities and together, celebrates the extraordinary lives of people with Down syndrome.
Dress for Success Cincinnati
Our mission is to promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and life.
Easter Seals is changing the way the world views and defines disability. We are breaking down barriers to employment for people with disabilities, people facing disadvantages, and veterans. We are committed to building a more diverse and inclusive workforce and community in Greater Cincinnati.
Equitas Health is a regional not-for-profit community-based healthcare system and federally qualified community health center look-alike. Equitas Health is one of the nation’s largest HIV/AIDS, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning (LGBTQ+) healthcare organizations with 17 offices in 11 cities, serving more than 67,000 individuals in Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia each year. Its new Cincinnati office is expected to be up and running by January 2020.
Families Forward is a neighborhood-based resource center for schools, students and their families, and the community. Currently, Families Forward leads an After-School Program at Bond Hill Academy of Math and Science Discovery, Carson School, Hays-Porter School and Withrow University High School.
First Step Home
First Step Home is the premier addiction recovery center for women in Greater Cincinnati, and is the first treatment center in the region to allow women to live with their children, up to the age of twelve, as they recover from their substance use disorder.
The Freestore Foodbank is the largest emergency food and services provider to children and families in Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky and Southeast Indiana. The organization distributes 23 million meals annually to low-income individuals and families.
GLAD House is a certified mental health and prevention agency where children come to receive the therapy, skills and support they need to build stronger lives.
Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services
GCBHS is the most comprehensive mental health provider in southwestern Ohio serving people with mental illness, addiction and related challenges.
Hamilton County Educational Service Center
Hamilton County Educational Service Center provides support to educational entities, non-profits, and other government agencies in instruction, administration, personnel, and finance.
The Health Collaborative
The Health Collaborative brings people together to effectively address regional health care issues for Greater Cincinnati. They work together with patients, providers, and payers to support & accelerate innovation to solve healthcare’s toughest challenges.
Healthy Homes Block by Block
Healthy Homes Block by Block provides a network of community members in the neighborhood of Price Hill who perform door-to-door personal outreach to support the needs and hopes of households with children under the age of six and pregnant women.
Housing Opportunities Made Equal
HOME offers a variety of services to help eliminate illegal housing discrimination, prevent homelessness, and educate tenants and landlords about their fair housing rights and responsibilities.
The mission of IKRON is to assist adults and youth who use IKRON’s services to build self-confidence, attain greater self-sufficiency, lead more meaningful and fulfilling lives and to obtain and maintain satisfying employment.
Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Cincinnati
IHN offers Emergency Shelter and community-based housing programs to meet the needs of families experiencing homelessness.
Interact for Health
Interact for Health promotes health equity through grants, education, research, policy and engagement. The organization is currently focused on three strategic priorities: reducing tobacco use, addressing the opioid epidemic and ensuring that children have access to health care through school-based health centers. Interact is independent foundation that serves 20 counties in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana.
Jewish Family Service of Cincinnati
Jewish Family Service of Cincinnati strengthens lives in times of need by providing aging and caregiver services, adoption services, emergency financial support, a food pantry, youth mentoring, domestic violence prevention, and case management.
Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati
We help low-income people by providing civil legal assistance to resolve problems that are at the heart of ensuring family and economic stability.
Lighthouse Youth Services
Lighthouse Youth & Family Services is a beacon of hope for abused and neglected children and for families in crisis. Each year, Lighthouse works with 6000 youth and families in need. We are committed to creating brighter lives for the clients we serve through services to homeless youth and runaways, early childhood services, group homes, services to delinquent youth, and foster care.
Mary Magdalen House
Mary Magdalen House provides a safe and pleasant place where persons can shower, shave, brush their teeth, use a toilet, have clothes laundered, have use of a phone, and receive messages and mail. Mary Magdalen House is committed to refreshing and renewing people in body, mind and spirit.
New Life Furniture
New Life Furniture Bank provides new and gently used furniture and household items to families and individuals in the Greater Cincinnati area who are leaving homelessness, escaping abuse and living in extreme poverty. New Life’s clients are referred by local social services agencies.
Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries
Goodwill has three business divisions that help support job placement and skill training programs for individuals with disabilities and our nation’s veterans in Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky.
Ohio Valley Residential Services
Ohio Valley Residential Services provides places to live and personal care for teens and adults with developmental disabilities.
Our Daily Bread
Our Daily Bread provides stability and hope to guests in need by offering meals, hospitality and services in a safe, respectful environment, located in Over the Rhine.
Over-the-Rhine Community Housing
OTRCH develops and manages resident-centered affordable housing to build inclusive community and benefit low-income residents. Their vision is to provide quality stable housing for all in a socially, racially and economically inclusive community.
People Working Cooperatively
PWC provides free critical home repairs, energy conservation and modifications for very low income homeowners in the greater Cincinnati area.
We prepare motivated and curious adults for successful careers in technology through no-cost customized training courses powered by today’s biggest technology employers.
Prospect House founded in 1970, provides high quality drug and alcohol treatment in a long-term residential setting to men without money, insurance or other resources.
Santa Maria Community Services
Santa Maria is a catalyst and advocate for Greater Price Hill families to attain their educational, financial, and health goals.
Society of Saint Vincent de Paul
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Cincinnati provides a unique style of personal assistance with food, clothing, rent, utilities, transportation and companionship to people facing economic, emotional or spiritual crises.
Strategies to End Homelessness
Working in partnership with 30 non-profit organizations, we coordinate a centralized emergency shelter hotline, homelessness prevention, street outreach, emergency shelter, and housing solutions with the goal of ending homelessness.
Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank
Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank partners with local social service agencies to provide diapers to low-income families while raising awareness of the basic health need for diapers. Our vision is to eliminate the existence of diaper need in our community so that ALL babies have a chance to be healthy, happy, and safe.
Talbert House is a nonprofit network of social services focusing on mental health, community corrections, substance use and welfare-to-work programs.
Tender Mercies, Inc.
Tender Mercies transforms the lives of homeless adults with mental illness by providing security, dignity, and community in a place they call home.
United Way of Greater Cincinnati
We help people learn, grow, aspire, and live their best lives. We work to achieve Bold Goals for Our Region in the areas of Education, Income and Health.
Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio
Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio promotes an inclusive community, operates workforce development programs, and provides support for business development and entrepreneurship.
Urban Minority Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Outreach Program
The UMADAOP of Cincinnati, Inc.’s mission is to create healthy communities in Hamilton County. In pursuit of this mission, UMADAOP utilizes evidence-based, cultural and age appropriate substance abuse prevention and treatment services to improve the quality of life for the residents of Hamilton County.
Valley Interfaith Community Resource Center
Dedicated to helping community members find resources crucial for survival while pursuing opportunities to build lifelong stability. Food, clothing, and financial resources are available to residents in our service area.
Our goal is to strengthen the capacity of teens’ existing community to support their development, connect teens with new communities and individuals, and provide a sustainable way to collaborate so that the role of coaches can be minimized without jeopardizing the support of the teens.
Wesley Community Services
Wesley Community Services delivers essential services that promote the independence of seniors so they may remain in the comfort of their own homes.
The Women’s Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation
The Women’s Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation leads our community in ensuring the economic self-sufficiency of women in our region and igniting a shared desire to improve it. The Women’s Fund believes and research shows that when you empower women the entire community thrives.
Women Helping Women
WHW helps survivors find hope, healing, and empowerment through our confidential support services. We inspire the community to speak out against gender-based violence, and speak up for equal and healthy relationships. We educate and advocate that generations after us grow into change agents to prevent gender-based violence before it ever starts.
YMCA of Greater Cincinnati
At the Y, strengthening community is our cause. Every day, we work side-by-side with our neighbors to make sure that everyone, regardless of age, income, or background, has the opportunity to learn, grow, and thrive.
YWCA of Greater Cincinnati
We provide safe places for women and girls, build strong women leaders, and advocate for women’s rights and civil rights in Congress. Women come to us in times of crisis, as survivors of rape or domestic violence. They come for job training and career counseling. They come for childcare. They come for health and fitness. They come for a variety of reasons. But they come. And they leave with a renewed spirit, new skills, and stronger lives.