The Drop Inn Center believes in human dignity and that everyone has the right to food, shelter, clothing and medical care. Our doors are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to anyone in need of our services. Greater individualized guidance and support are our keys to success.

 
 

Emergency Shelter

On average, we provide shelter to 222 men and women each and every day. During the winter months, the Center usually reaches its capacity each night. In a typical year, we serve more than 135,000 meals and distribute toiletries, towels, blankets and clothes to thousands of homeless residents. Volunteer medical professionals provide basic health care at no cost to residents six days a week.
For more about emergency shelter, call 513.721.0643x127.

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Homeless Individuals Partnership Program

This project creates a new paradigm for assisting chronically homeless individuals. It utilizes a Collaborative Case Planning Team to engage, assess and provide case planning and treatment for chronically homeless single men and women. This team provides intensive services designed to help the individual access mainstream disability support services (mental health, substance abuse, etc.), and assists them in securing housing and income and/or benefits to sustain themselves. For more about the Homeless Individuals Partnership, call 513.276.7263.

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Shelter Based Case Management

The Shelter Based Case Management Program targets homeless men and women 18 and over, and those on whom the Drop Inn Center can have the greatest impact - affecting the best chance to deconcentrate the shelter and reduce homelessness. Case Managers are able to provide more intensive services to each homeless individual because of smaller case loads - approximately 20 residents for each case manager. This helps to ensure the success of each person's transition from homelessness back into housing. For more about Shelter Based Case Management, call 513.276.7263.

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Recovery Program

The Recovery Program provides outpatient treatment and drug and alcohol assessments to the homeless men and women staying in the Shelter. These groups include AA and NA and process groups led by trained and certified facilitators. For more information about the Recovery Program, call 513-562-1965

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