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Be Concerned


Food, Clothing, Furniture, Household Items, Christmas Toy Program

Beech Acres


Mental Health Services for Children up to 18 Yrs. Partial Hospitalization, Counseling, Support Groups, Therapeutic Foster and Kinship Care.

Building Value


Job training for full time construction work, targets buildings for demolition and sends guys out to deconstruct homes. Salvage materials to be sold to public at up to 75% off regular prices.

CASS (Cincinnati Area Senior Services) 


OTR Senior Center, Meals on Wheels, Transportation, Social Workers, Finance Consultation, Senior Care Coordination (fee charged).


Catholic Charities S/W Ohio


Care Giver Assistance Network, Food Pantry, Language / Translation Services, Family and Parenting Services, Mental Health Services, Mobile Rural Food Pantry, Immigration Legal Services, Refugee Resettlement Services, Senior Companions, Foster Grandparent mentoring Program, Su Casa Hispanic Center.

City Link


Job Training, Financial Education, Counseling, Dental / Optical Services, on Site Child Care, Changing Gears Program, Re-engage in Workforce after incarceration

Council On Aging (COA)


Serves Hamilton, Butler, Warren, Clinton Counties
Senior Home Care Services, Fast Track Home Program, Medicaid Programs, Care Giver Support, Transitional Care Program, Mental Health Services, Seniors Farmers Market / Nutrition Program, Health and Wellness Programs,  Nursing Home Pre Admission Family Review.

Central Access Point (CAP Line)

513-381-SAFE (7233)  

Main intake number for all homeless shelters.

Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency 


Fans/AC, Rent/Utility Assistance, Evictions, Mobile Food Pantry, Nutrition and Wellness, Budgeting, Head Start Programs, Small Business / Entrepreneurship

Cincinnati Health Department


Offers five full service medical clinics for those in need.

Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA)


Low cost housing for families and seniors through public housing and section 8.

Cincinnati Works


Free Employment Services, Job Search / Advancement Services, transportation, and Childcare Connection.

Duke Energy


Freestore Foodbank


Rent / Utilities, Food, Mobile Food Pantry, Kids Summer Meals/ Café /and Power Packs, Infant care Products, Clothing, Pantry for Vets, Benefits Enrollment Call Ctr; Birth Certificates / State I.D, Homeless prevention Program, personal care products, Household Items, Job Training / Transportation Assistance, Payee Program.

Greater Cincinnati Coalition for the Homeless


Emergency Shelter, Transitional Living, Permanent Housing Assistance, Medical And Social Services, Mental health / Addiction services, Soup Kitchen.

Habitat for Humanity and Restore - Greater Cincinnati (multiple locations throughout OH, IN & KY) 


Homeowner Education Classes, Builds homes for low-income families. Restore sells used appliances/furnishings/ building materials at a fraction of the cost, .

Hamilton County Job & Family Services


One Stop Employment Center, Unemployment Services, CPS / Elder Abuse, Health Services / Clinics

Home Ownership of Greater Cincinnati


Home Buyer Education, Home Purchasing Assistance Foreclosure Prevention, Home Improvement Loans, Maintenance Training, and may offer down payment assistance.

Legal Aid 


Free Legal Assistance to low-income individuals in Hamilton, Brown, Butler, Clinton, Clermont and Warren Counties. Housing, Consumer, Children and Education, Income, Employment, and Health issues. Or Visit  to find out more about Landlord / Tenant rights and responsibilities, and other legal issues.

May We Help


A group of engineers who volunteer to create custom solutions and adaptations for people with disabilities at no cost to them.

Meals On Wheels Southwest OH & Northern KY


Food, Independent Living Options, Transportation, Pet Support

Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission


Family Services, Career Readiness, Children's Services, Housing & Weatherization

Pro Seniors


Offers Legal Assistance  and information to Ohio residents 60 and older.

Santa Maria


Employment Services, Health Screenings, Prescriptions, Hearing Aids, Glasses, Immigrant Outreach, G.E.D. Classes, Early Childhood Health and Wellness programs, Financial Counseling

St. Vincent De Paul


Rent/ Utilities, Food, Clothing, Personal Care Products, Social Services, Charitable Pharmacy,  Furniture, State I.D / Birth Certificates, Getting Ahead Program, Bus Tickets (new employment) A/C  and Fans, Glasses, Dental Care, UC Clinic – (B/P Screening, Foot care, Glucose Monitoring) Re-Entry program, Coat Distribution and Holiday Programs.

United Way

211 or 513-762-7100

Referral Service

Whole Home


Home remodeling and renovation services for all stages of life


People Working Cooperatively’s consolidated audited financial statements are comprised of three 501(c)3 not-for-profit organizations (People Working Cooperatively, Inc., People Working Cooperatively of the Midwest, Inc., and Dayton Fund for Home Rehabilitation).  PWC submits separate IRS Form 990 filings for each organization.  These forms can be accessed at

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