Since 1830, Cincinnati Union Bethel (CUB) has been growing hope for women right here in Cincinnati. We provide affordable housing, education, and recovery services to tear down the barriers that prevent women from realizing their greatest potential.
Join us as we help give more STRONG resilient women the skills and confidence to thrive through these three transformative programs:
|ANNA LOUISE INN||OFF THE STREETS||CINCINNATI SCHOLAR HOUSE|
|Anna Louise Inn offers safe and affordable housing for women, and the individualized supportive services needed to empower them to achieve greater stability and self-sufficiency.||Off the Streets offers trauma-informed substance abuse treatment for women impacted by human trafficking and guides them toward safety, recovery, empowerment, and community reintegration.||Cincinnati Scholar House provides single-parent college students safe and affordable housing, on-site childcare, and the supportive services they need to succeed and achieve self-sufficiency.|
•Safe Affordable Housing •Connection to Resources •Support and Recovery Services
•Emergency Needs •Medical Care
•Mental Health Services •Substance and Abuse Services •Education Services
•Recovery and Empowerment
Once homeless with her infant son, this Xavier college student is earning her degree while living at Cincinnati Scholar House.
Hear directly from Cincinnati's Strong Women, presented by A Picture's Worth.
The women of Cincinnati Union Bethel are strong. And their stories shared in these podcasts are inspiring.
Using A Picture’s Worth, a nonprofit storygathering technique, this series shares the stories of - and behind -the photos as it illuminates the strength and wisdom of the women of Cincinnati Union Bethel. This podcast is made possible through the support of the Manuel D. and Rhoda Mayerson Foundation.
|Meet Jordan McDonald||Meet LaToya Bagley||Meet Viann Barnett|
|Jordan McDonald was just 20 years old when a series of strokes nearly took her life. While facing a long and scary road to recovery, she learned that her addiction had taken a toll on her young body and accelerated the progress of a rare, and often deadly, genetic disorder.||LaToya Bagley's path to a sunny hillside overlooking the Ohio River wasn't smooth or easy. The mother of two left her home in Dayton to search of a healthy future for her family.||Viann Barnett shares the story of the journey that led to her diploma and the strengths that fueled her success. Viann's daughter, earned her high-school diploma the same year that her mom graduated from college.|
Thank you for learning a little about the women of Cincinnati Union Bethel.
Remember, your donations empower women to break the cycles of poverty, addiction, and human trafficking.