How We Can Help
How We Can Help
We address immediate needs in order to stabilize your situation in the short term. Our food pantry provides access to nutritious food, dairy, fresh produce, and personal hygiene items. While our goal is to help families towards self-sufficiency in the future, in the short term we focus on all sources of income including benefits. We also connect you to resources needed to remove barriers such as legal, medical & housing. To enroll, you must be 18 or above, live in Butler, Warren, or Hamilton County with a household income at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Line.
Contact Jackie Othman @ 513-400-9490 or email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
Through a self-sufficiency assessment, we identify gaps that can be filled through holistic solutions. Our goal is to provide a safe space for families to engage, heal and grow. We provide short-term rent & utility assistance with financial coaching and life skills development.
To enroll, you must be 18 or above, live in Butler, Warren, or Hamilton County with a household income at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Line. You must either be working, actively looking for work, and/or be enrolled in a college program.
Contact Sumaiya Anwar at 513-253-2440 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment.
We begin with identifying your strengths, interests, and objectives. We then help you create an action plan, around employment, education, career development, and skills building. Program commitment may range from 1 to 3 years. To enroll, you must be 18 or above, actively looking for work / better career opportunities, and live in Butler, Warren, or Hamilton County with a household income at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Line.
Contact Leanna Allouch @ 513-512-5801 or email@example.com and schedule an appointment.
Contact Mary Joan Reutter at 513-383-9458 or firstname.lastname@example.org or register online by clicking the links below.
ESL / Citizenship
For after hours help check out some useful links below:
Mental Health Resources
Through their confidential helpline, youth receive immediate, anonymous, and confidential support over the phone from 12 PM – 12 AM, 7 days a week.
Marital & Domestic Violence Resources
1 (630) 557-9427
A solution-focused online platform for Premarital and Marital Coaching
Other Essential Needs Resources
United Way 211 Help Line
211 can help anyone living in Adams, Brown, Hamilton, and Clermont Counties in Ohio; Boone, Kenton, Campbell, and Grant counties in Kentucky, find and access resources in the following areas: basic needs, housing, utilities, mental health, healthcare, and employment services.
Central Access Point (CAP)
If you or someone you know is experiencing homelessness or will be soon, call 513-381-7233.