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Midland Atlantic Properties continues commitment to Talbert House

Posted on: February 25, 2020

CINCINNATI— Fifteen employees from Midland Atlantic Properties recently volunteered to make Talbert House’s Serenity Hall more welcoming for its residents. The volunteers devoted an afternoon to work alongside residents and staff to paint the facility.

Serenity Hall is a 35 bed residential halfway house serving Butler County. The program assists men with their transition to the community by addressing issues of employment, housing, money management and problem solving. In addition, the men are connected to community services they may need including medical care, substance use and mental health treatment.

            This act of kindness furthered Midland Atlantic’s support of Talbert House, which began nearly twenty years ago. Over the years, the organization has supported the agency through donations of time and treasure to Talbert House events and initiatives. Last year, Midland Atlantic employees volunteered to clean the basement at the agency’s Gertrude House, which provides community housing to those living below the federal poverty level.

Midland Atlantic’s Office Manager, Hannah Vanhoose says, “Community focus is one of the core values of the Midland Atlantic organization. Talbert House is a natural choice as a partner for our service projects because they provide Hamilton and Butler Counties with a variety of services and facilities that directly impact the communities where our team members live and do business.” 

 

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Talbert House is empowering children, adults and families to live healthy, safe and productive lives. Operating within five service lines: Addictions, Community Care, Community Corrections, Housing and Mental Health, Talbert House serves over 24,200 clients face to face and an additional 80,200 through prevention services throughout Southwest Ohio.