At Owens Chiropractic and Rehabilitation Center, LLC we believe in
supporting the efforts of our community, national and international
charities. We donate thousands of dollars each year to numerous
charities, and we encourage our employees and patients to do the same. Please click on logo below to hear more.
YWCA of Cincinnati
The YWCA is the oldest and largest multicultural
women's organization in the world. Across the globe, we have more than
25 million members in 122 countries, including 2 million members in 300
local associations in the United States. More important than the
numbers, is our mission to eliminate racism and empower women. We
provide safe places for women and girls, build strong women leaders, and
advocate for women's rights and civil rights in Congress.
Women come to us in times of crisis, as survivors of rape or domestic violence. They come for job training and career counseling. They come for childcare. They come for health and fitness. They come for a variety of reasons. But they come. And they leave with a renewed spirit, new skills, and stronger lives.
YWCA associations are the bedrock of the organization. They are in almost every community nationwide, and their services range from Childcare and Job Training, to Violence Prevention and Leadership Training. YWCA staffers, volunteers and friends are your neighbors, family members, co-workers and friends.
Village Life Outreach Project
Founded in 2004, Village Life Outreach
Project, Inc. is an official 501 (c)3 non-profit organization based out
of Cincinnati, Ohio whose mission is to unite communities to promote
Life, Health and Education. Most of Village Life’s work focuses on three
remote and impoverished villages in the Rorya district of Tanzania,
Village Life Outreach Project, Inc. abides by several guiding principles in our efforts to relieve suffering and spread love.
* Service to the Poor
Village Life’s designated teams for Life, Health and Education have created exciting projects such as water purification systems for access to clean water, distribution of mosquito nets to prevent malaria, and a school lunch program to combat severe malnutrition in school-age children. By illuminating and joining the struggle against poverty, disease and malnutrition in Africa, we hope to also strengthen our own local communities by exemplifying the ideas of humanitarianism, service and social responsibility.
Joseph House for Homeless Veterans
Joseph House's mission is to meet
the needs of the homeless veterans of our community. Services are
available to men and women.Joseph House provides outreach to homeless
veterans through its "Landing Zone" at 1526 Republic Street, and through
collaboration with other agencies in the local HUD Continuum of Care.
The Joseph House campus has the capacity to provide housing for up to
Up to 36 of the residents participate in a treatment program certified by the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services. The treatment program involves daily group sessions, individual counseling and case management to help the resident know and resolve the issues that caused their homelessness.
Transitional housing in a safe, supportive, abstinence-based recovery environment is available after completion of the halfway house program. Residents are not put under the pressure of a clock. Residents working a recovery program may reside on campus for as long as they need to achieve economic stability and permanent housing. We also provide permanent housing for disabled veterans who have completed our program, are in recovery, and need a long term safe and structured environment.