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Support Networks

UNITED WAY 211
Dial 211 or 513-721-7900
(Greater Cincinnati) (OH/KY/IN) Call and speak with a representative to find local resources based on your zip code

Gateway VETS 

Strong connections with employers committed to veterans--free monthly luncheons, proven support that helps veterans get great jobs and/or complete college.

Alzheimer's Association Greater Cincinnati
644 Linn Street, Suite 1026, Cincinnati, OH 45203
Call us toll-free anytime day or night at 1.800.272.3900.  Business phone: 513.721.4284

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren 
Ethel Ingalls 859-655-6904 
Support for grandparent raising grandchildren. 

M.A.D.D. (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) 
1-877-MADD-HELP or 513-769-6800
4015 Executive Park Drive, Suite 110, Cincinnati, Ohio 45241
Hours of Operation: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

NKY Housing and Homeless Coalition 
859-426-0001
306 W Main St, Ste. 207, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601
Provides a forum for advocacy on homeless issues. 

Northern KY Reentry Council  (Basic Skills)
502-564-2220 
Hosts family engagement sessions for family and significant others of people incarcerated, or reentering society from incarceration. Call or email to find out next available session.
Hours of Operation: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Treat suicidal clients? Individuals will be referred for mental health screening, in-patient, or out-patient mental health services as needed.
Current fees: Varies by order of the releasing authority.
Insurance accepted? No

The Grandparent Connection-Open Arms Support Group 
270-737-5110
270-828-8537
859-877-6026 
Resources and support for grandparents/relative caregivers raising children. Particularly grandparents raising children with emotional, physical and mental health disabilities. Also offers trainings. 

Project Aspire (Student Support Services/TRIO) 
Anita Adkins
859-442-4198

A federally funded grant program designed to help students succeed in college. You may qualify for Student Support Services if you are a first-generation college student, meet federal income guidelines or have a federally recognized disability. You are a first generation college student if your parents did not complete a bachelor degree. You probably meet the income guidelines if you qualify for a Pell Grant.