My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Cincinnati Union Bethel, Cincinnati, OH, USA
Cincinnati Union Bethel Social Services is a well run, well managed Social Services Agency. It is currently celebrating 180 years of service in the Cincinnati Area. Service include the management and operations of the Anna Louise Inn which has been around for 100 years. The Inn exists to provide safe and affordable housing for women. I am continuously impressed with the services rendered and the number of women benefiting from that service. During 2009, 251 at risk women were housed at the Inn, providing them an opportunity to become self supporting. Cincinnati Union Bethel operate five (5) Early Childhood Development Centers in the Cincinnati Area. These centers have distinguished themselves by meeting every standard outlined for them to achieve. I have witnessed the pre-school students improvement which has enhanced their ability to be successful entering the first grade of Elementary School. Over 600 students are currently enrolled at the five centers. Cincinnati Union Bethel operates an "Off the Streets" program in the Cincinnati area. This program is design to help women involved in prostitution move toward safety, recovery, empowerment, and community reintegration. I have been very impressed with the results this program is getting. With Counseling and Intervention, during 2009, 100% of women reduced their substance use. 100% of women reduced their prostitution involvement. The program services being provided by Cincinnati Union Bethel in the Cincinnati area is making a trememdous difference in the life and health of the community.
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Having served on the Board of Directors since 2002, I have witness the favorable results Cincinnati Union Bethel have achieved. This agency excels in providing supportive services and education that assist urban women,and children, and families.
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