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Cincinnati Family Assistance Programs

Unemployment, homelessness, rehabilitation and re-entry can make the job search a challenge. Skill development, vocational training, job counseling, job placement and job-search assistance programs are listed in this one-stop-shop guide for employment training and education services. Your path to greater self-sufficiency starts today!

 

Cincinnati job assistance, career fairs and education training programs may be beneficial for unemployed and underemployed persons. The information in this article is as current as the publication date. Job seekers are encouraged to confirm the information prior to acting.

The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services also offers human services, unemployment, department of labor, and labor market information for job seekers. Find a job, learn career skills, meet the requirements of your government benefits, and more on OhioMeansJobs.com.

The Department of Labor also offers a variety of employment training and human services to assist unemployed persons. Additionally, The Voice of Black Cincinnati Job Board includes dozens of job opportunities for all education and experience levels.

Minorities, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to contact these job search and services agencies.

 

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Bethany House Services
1841 Fairmount Avenue, 45214 (Fairmount)
Provides educational sessions about financial literacy, budgeting, parenting, developing healthy relationships, healthy choices and job skills.
513-921-1131

 

Cincinnati Community Action Agency
1740 Langdon Farm Road, 45237 (Bond Hill)
Provides employment assistance, workforce development, Cincinnati Manufacturer Certificate Program and Head Start for children. Also offers youth employment services.
513-569-1840

 

Cincinnati Works
708 Walnut Street, Floor 2, 45202 (Downtown)
Serves job seekers who want to work their way out of poverty and employers who pay fair wages and offer health benefits.
513-744-9675


CityLink Center

800 Bank Street, 45214 (West End)
Provides workforce classes, GED courses and basic literacy programs. 513-357-2000.

 

 

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Eastern Personnel Services 
619 Central Avenue, 45202 (Downtown)
Black-owned, full-service staffing firm, specializing in the recruitment and placement of temporary, contract, and professional personnel.
(513) 421-4666

 

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services
1501 Madison Road, 45206 (Walnut Hills)
Assists in job development and exploration services, job coaching and support.

513-354-5200

 

Greater Cincinnati Microenterprise Initiative
1740 Langdon Farm Road, Suite #378, 45237 (Bond Hill)
Helps individuals learn the basic concepts of starting a business and create a quality business plan.
513-569-4816



Hamilton County Job & Family Service

222 East Central Parkway, 45202 (OTR)
Assist in employment, food, barrier removal through community link, retention and contingency funds.
513-946-1000

 

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Santa Maria Community Services
617 Steiner Avenue, 45204 (Riverside)
Helps job seekers attain education, employment, and financial goals.
513-557-2700



Talbert House
2600 Victory Parkway, 45206 (Walnut Hills)
Trains vocational specialists that work with individuals to evaluate their strengths, needs, preferences, and desires to develop a plan for success in the workplace.
513-281-2773

 

United Way of Greater Cincinnati
2400 Reading Road, 45202 (Mt. Auburn)
The 2-1-1 Community Resource Directory offers educational and employment support services. Also offers Ride United, a transportation access service.
513-721-7900 or dial 211

 

Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio
3458 Reading Road, 45229 (Avondale)

Provides programs for workforce development, business development, and entrepreneurship.
513-281-9955

 

 

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With so many established programs available, families can have peace of mind knowing that there are helpful Cincinnati educational and job assistance programs and resources designated to aid in their circumstances. If there is an organization or program that we may have missed, please let us know at The Voice of Black Cincinnati.

 

The Voice of Black Cincinnati is a media company designed to educate, recognize and create opportunities for African Americans. Want to find local news, events, job posting, scholarships and a database of local Black-owned businesses? Visit our homepage, explore other articles, subscribe to our newsletter, like our Facebook page, join our Facebook group and text VOBC to 797979.

 

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  1. Me and my wife separated after 21 years we have 7 children she has the younger ones and 3 of the children live with me we just got are own aparment and I work full time but struggling my kids have beds but we have no furniture are aparment is empty am trying to seek help if any please and thank you have a blessed day.

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