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Basic Skills

Best Colleges - Guides for Students with Disabilities
Each guide includes an outline of student rights, strategies for success, a listing of assistive technologies, and a curated list of scholarships.
Please take a look at our collection of guides for students with disabilities.

Catholic Charities
(859) 581-8974
Offender Re-Entry program for those that were previously incarcerated to get back to self-sufficiency and learn basic skills.

Center for Great Neighborhoods
(859) 491-2220
Build strong neighborhood associations and civic groups. Develop effective leadership skills and practice wise stewardship for the community. Maximize access to resources that improve the quality of their lives and health, and benefit their personal, economic, educational, civic and social development. Create effective partnerships with other stakeholders in the community. Improve the physical, economic and social environment in their neighborhoods.

CAA Ex Offender Fresh Start Program-Hamilton County
Leonard Sayles
513-569-1840 ext. 1074
Assistance with job coaching, Job search assistance, mock interviews. Must be a resident of Hamilton County. Have a criminal record. Be 18 years of age or older.

Life Learning Center
(859) 431-0100
Promotes growth and self-sufficiency. Provides people with the tools, accountability and support that will allow them to permanently succeed and to reach a rightful level of dignity in society.

One Stop Career Alliance of NKY
(859) 292-6666
Provides job counseling, training and referrals. Also offers vocational rehabilitation, adult literacy programs, and adult education programs.