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
Women's Crisis Center Shelter (KY)
(859) 491-3335 or (800) 928-3335 (NKY)
For women of domestic violence, stalking, and/or sexual assault.
24 Hour Crisis Line
Brighton Center-Transitional Living Program
Offers shelter for youth. Works with teens towards stable housing, employment, and/or school.
Emergency Shelter of NKY
Kentucky state-issued picture ID. Exceptions are made ONLY if the person is escorted to our facility by the police or a phoned in referral from St. Elizabeth Hospital.
Fairhaven Rescue Mission
Interfaith Hospitality Network
Provides overnight shelter for up to 14 people (4 families). Must have minor children. Advocacy, case management, counseling, day center, housing/employment referrals, community support.
Food, medical, clothing, and other service referrals. One year residential program for single women (under age 18) in last trimester of pregnancy or with children under 2. Five, one-bedroom, apartments in program.
Salvation Army(859) 261-0835
Located in Covington, serving Northern Kentucky.
Located in Newport, serving Northern Kentucky.
Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing
Homeless men and women
Homeless men and women
Central Access Point
(513) 381-SAFE (1833)
City Gospel Mission
(513) 345-1086 New Beginnings House, women only.
City Gospel Mission (513) 241-5525 Men only
411 Gest St.
Cincinnati, OH 45203
2499 Reading Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Shelter for women it has 60 beds, individualized case management support services, an on-site medical clinic, and state-of-the-art kitchen and laundry facilities.
Family Shelters in Cincinnati
Bethany House, Interfaith, Mercy Franciscan
Catholic Worker House of Hospitality offers temporary hospitality (up to one year) free of charge to women guests -- with or without children
Lighthouse Youth Services
30 shelter beds for homeless young adults, ages 18 to 24
65-bed shelter for homeless men with substance abuse and mental health issues.
CAP Worker, Family shelter
Vets with mental and/or substance issues
At St. John- families
Ohio Valley Goodwill
Services for mentally ill homeless individuals
Tom Geiger House
YWCA Women's Battered Shelter