Talbert House helps children, adults and families coping with addiction, mental health and/or involvement in the legal system to support positive growth and change.
Community Care integrates an array of employment, primary care, and food services across the agency. Private Pay and prevention initiatives are also available.
These diverse services include:
Services provided in Hamilton County.
The Comprehensive Case Management Employment Program (CCMEP) serves individuals 16-24 years old who are within 200% of the federal poverty level. Services include case management, referrals, and barrier removal in order to move clients forward on an education or career pathway. Talbert House is the lead agency with collaborative partners: Greater Cincinnati Urban League, Hamilton County Action Agency, and Easter Seals Tri-State.
Childreach provides early childhood mental health prevention, consultation, and training services. The program works with the family and the childcare provider to enhance the social, emotional development of young children ages 0-5 years old attending an early childhood or home-based childcare center.
Community Link is a welfare-to-work program providing coordinated services to Ohio Works First (OWF) recipients to facilitate their transition to work and self-sufficiency. Community Link is a collaboration between Talbert House and Easter Seals TriState. Other partner organizations include Crossroads and Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health.
COPE offers school and community based prevention services on topics including coping skills, anger and conflict management, behavioral problems, child abuse and neglect, depression, drug-free lifestyles, family violence, grief/loss, relationships, mental health education, parenting skills, stress, suicide, and substance use.
Certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OMHAS), DIP provides prevention and assessment within a hotel setting for first-time DUI offenders in the state of Ohio. The program is designed to reduce the likelihood of repeat DUI behavior. The weekend program is offered Thursday evening through Sunday afternoon. Special sessions are offered to adolescents. Services include alcohol and drug education, traffic safety, and referral. Bilingual counselors and materials are also available for Spanish and Russian-speaking clients.
Contact us at (513) 861-0035 for questions and to register.
Click Here for the list of program dates for 2017.
Employment Services provides a variety of services to assist job seekers in finding meaningful employment. Trained Vocational Specialists understand the trends in employment and work together with individuals to evaluate their strengths, needs, preferences, and desires in order to develop a plan for success in the workplace.Employment Services provides a variety of services to assist job seekers in finding meaningful employment. Trained Vocational Specialists understand the trends in employment and work together with individuals to evaluate their strengths, needs, preferences, and desires in order to develop a plan for success in the workplace.
This program assists men in their efforts to become responsible, committed and nurturing fathers. Fatherhood Project helps dads strengthen their connection and involvement in the lives of their children by providing classes, co-parenting and individual coaching, and fellowship support meetings. Additional services include legal, employment, and housing assistance.
Click Here to watch a video about the Fatherhood Project.
Teen Parenting assists pregnant and parenting young adults up to age 24 learn to nurture and care for their children, while continuing to focus on their own education. Services are targeted to support and map positive steps for both the parent and their child to prepare for the future. Teen Parenting sessions are offered in the school setting.
Victim Services assists victims of crime and their families. Services include assistance with paperwork, compensation, court advocacy, information and referrals, crisis intervention counseling, prevention and education, support groups, home visits for senior victims, and personal advocacy
Workforce development offers a variety of services to meet the workforce needs of the businesses in Greater Cincinnati. The goal is to assist employers with qualified and dedicated employees who are productive and aligned with the employer’s mission and goals.
Community Care services are funded in part by the United Way of Greater Cincinnati.
Access to services
For program information or to schedule an appointment call 513-221-HELP(4357).
In crisis or need immediate assistance 24/7 call 513-281-CARE(2273) or Text Talbert to 839863.
In an emergency call 911.