Partner Agencies

Currently, a representative from Addiction Services Council (ASC) is available on site every Monday from 10am – 12pm.

Services that may be offered on site at Valley Interfaith:

  • Assessment, Placement, and/or Referral
  • Case Management
  • Bilingual services including case management, resource acquisition, as well as assessment, placement, and/or referral (coming soon)
  • Treatment services including individual counseling and group counseling

Studies have shown that those experiencing cycles of extreme poverty fall prey to victimization, that includes sexual exploitation and labor exploitation. These funds will be used to educate our single mothers and children on the perils, pitfalls and tactics used by traffickers to entice people

A resource advocate from The Healthcare Connection is on-call year round, assisting individuals to apply for benefits such as food assistance, cash assistance, and/or medical coverage.

Walk-ins only, served on a first come first serve basis. Sign up at the VICRC front desk.

For more information, visit The Healthcare Connection’s website:

A CAA staff member visits our location on select days throughout the year for PIPP Plus Enrollment & Recertification (year-round), and to process applications for Winter Crisis Program (November 1st through March 31st)/Summer Crisis Program (July 3rd through August 31st).

In order to apply, you must provide all required documentation (CAA Required Documentation) and you must meet the Federal Poverty Guidelines.

CAA 2019 Winter Crisis Program

Thursday Nov. 14 at 10:00 AM
Thursday Jan. 9 at 10:00 AM
Thursday February 27 at 10:00 AM
Thursday March 26 at 10:00 AM

These dates are subject to change due to staff availability. In order to be seen, you must arrive at that time. Walk-ins only will be made at this location, and individuals will be seen on a first come, first serve basis. If you do not have the required documentation, you may not be seen.

For same day appointments at CAA’s main location, please contact 513-569-1850 Option #2.

For more information on HEAP, PIPP Plus, or the other programs offered at Community Action Agency, visit their website:

The Hamilton County Educational Service Center operates a Head Start program at Lockland Elementary School for children ages 3 to 5 years old. The full-day classes taught by qualified early childhood teachers are intended to help children enter kindergarten ready to learn. The full day session operates from  7:50 am-1:50 pm. Nutritious meals and snacks are provided as a component of this comprehensive program as well as a variety of educational screenings.  The program is free to families that qualify. A representative from HCESC will be at our location on select Mondays for Head Start sign-ups or to answer any questions.

To enroll or for more information please contact HCESC, at 513-674- 4329 or visit  We look forward to partnering with you to prepare our youngest generation of learners for the future!  Space is limited!

An HCESC Family Service Worker will be at our location every Tuesday, beginning Tuesday April 4th, from 10:00AM-2:00PM. The Family Service Worker will see walk-in customers interested in enrolling their child at any Head Start location or interested in enrolling in additional HCESC programs. Walk-ins, served on a first come first serve basis. Sign up at the VICRC front desk.

The Family Service Worker may schedule your appointment at our location for convenience.

A representative from the Goodwill Job Connection Center will be at our location on Wednesdays at 4pm and every other Tuesday to assist with resumes, job applications, and job searches. For more information or direct assistance, please email .