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American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
A national site with information helpful to individuals who have lost a friend or loved one to suicide. On the site there are pages with information about the Cincinnati Chapter.
Email: vmdennis@mhaswoh.org
Contact: Virginia Dennis
Telephone: (513) 721-2910 ext. 15
Fax: (513) 287-8544


Angel Food Ministries
Angel Food Ministries is a non-profit organization that allows people to buy groceries at a 40%-60% discount. Anyone is eligible to buy the food. Cash, Money Order, or Food Stamps are accepted.
Email: angelfood@zoomtown.com
Contact: Jeremy Luthy
Address: 776 Clough Pike
Cincinnati, Ohio    45245
Telephone: (513) 752-4882


Batavia First Presbyterian Church
Batavia First Presbyterian Church is inviting you to view their website! Discover what we have to offer as a church family! We love visitors!
Contact: Margaret Krueger
Address: 277 North Street
Batavia, Ohio    45103
Telephone: 513-732-0510


Child Wellness Community Fund
Providing programs for families, like Second Home which provides prediatric medical equipment for families in need, and has introduced Cincinnati to day care opportunities for medically fragile children and children with behavioral diagnosis. We also reach the community with more than 40 events throughout the year. Log on to our website to find out more or see how you can help.
Email: info@childwellnessfair.com
Contact: Bonnie Manning
Address: Child Wellness Center
609 Ohio Pike
Cincinnati, Ohio    45245
Telephone: 513-943-1900
Fax: 513-943-1904
Child Wellness Fair


Clermont 20/20, Inc
How would like to make a difference in the lives of our youth and be instrumental in helping High School students be productive and successful citizens? Please consider serving as a special friend and positive role model, a “Mentor”?
Email: mentor@clermont2020.org
Contact: Terri Rechtin
Address: 1000 Ohio Pike, Suite 2
Cincinnati, Ohio    45245
Telephone: 513-753-9222
Fax: 513-753-1225


Clermont County Government Web Portal


Clermont County Democratic Party


Clermont County Fair


Clermont County Republican Party


Clermont Family YMCA
The YMCA of Greater Cincinnati’s Community Services branch engages youth and adults in asset-building activities year-round in diverse venues in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. Hosting dozens of school-based sites for tutoring, sports, and community engagement, the Community Services YMCA features a wide variety of opportunities for children and families.
Email: Ewillis@cincinnatiymca.org
Contact: Erica Willis
Address: 2075 Front Wheel Drive
Batavia, Ohio     45103
Telephone: 513-724-YMCA
Fax: 513-724-5511
The YMCA truly is a place to belong for LIFE


Clermont Senior Services
Clermont Senior Services, Inc. is a private, nonprofit organization, that strives to improve the quality of life of older adults by providing services that enrich, enable and enhance their lives.


Eastside Vibe
Cincinnati’s Eastside Band,clubs, pubs & restaurant guide
Email: contactus@eastsidevibe.com
Contact: Kara
Address: PO Box 365
Milford, Ohio    45150
Telephone: 513-831-8423
restaurants, clubs, pubs & bands in Cincinnati


Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Cincinnati
Since 1953, the Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Cincinnati has been responding to the needs of the person with epilepsy, their families and the community-at-large. Programs and services include: Therapeutic Camp for Children, School Support, Job Training, Community Education, Group Homes, Support Groups, Counseling, Professional Seminars, Vocational Day Program.
Email: ecgc@fuse.net
Contact: Doug Simmons
Address: 895 Central Avenue
Suite 550
Cincinnati, Ohio    45202
Telephone: 513-721-2905
Fax: 513-721-0799


Friends Of Stonelick State Park, Inc.
To serve as a volunteer organization for support and maintenance of the park.
Working together, we will assist Stonelick State Park staff
in achieving their goals by providing quality services,
recreational facilities and educational programs for park guests.


Grassy Run Historical Arts Committee
History by the Grassy Run Historical Arts Committee of the battle between native americans and white settlers in the Ohio valley April 10th 1792.


Heritage Village Museum
At the Heritage Village Museum, the invaluable skills and classic crafts of a time long gone can still be witnessed. The Museum is a collection of twelve buildings constructed during the 1800s and moved to this site from other areas of southwest Ohio. They reflect the lives of the families that inhabited them and through that the general life of a pioneer. There are several public buildings such as a church, general store and train station, all of which you can visit on one of the guided tours that run from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday. The admission is $5 for adults and $3 for children with no charge for members and children 4 and under.
Email: info@heritagevillagecincinnati.org
Contact: Dorothy Moenich
Address: 11450 Lebanon Pike
Sharonville, Ohio    45241
Telephone: 513-563-9484


March of Dimes
Help give every baby a healthy start! The Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky March of Dimes is a non-profit dedicated to preventing premature birth, birth defects, and infant mortality. We are always looking for solid leaders, volunteers, and regular folks who want to make a difference through event coordination and fundraising efforts.
Contact: Joelle Girone, Communications Coordinator
Address: 10806 Kenwood Road
Cincinnati, Ohio    45242
Telephone: 513-769-3588
Fax: 513-769-3577


Ohio Spirit Seekers
Paranormal research and investigation of the Tri-State area.
Email: ohiospiritseekers@gmail.com


Ridge Club, Inc.
The Ridge Club, Inc., is a non-profit family oriented club, which is nestled on a relaxing 6 acres of rolling woodlands and offers activities to keep you and your family busy.

It has a large sparkling pool with a diving board, children’s wading pool, lighted tennis court, sand volleyball courts, picnic area (we supply the grills), covered pavilion, children’s playground and basketball court.

Email: ridgeclub@zoomtown.com
Contact: Michele Halley
Address: 715 East Main Street
PO Box 45
Batavia, OH    45103
Telephone: 513-732-6393


Southern Ohio Apparition Researchers
We investigate claims of the paranormal for local business and private residences. Our services are completely confidential and trustworthy.
Email: soar.paranormal@yahoo.com
Address: Batavia, OH    45103
Telephone: 513-685-0835


The Clemont County Chess Club
Beginner at chess? Advanced? Master?
Everyone is welcome! The club meets from 7 to 11 p.m. every Tuesday at the Withamsville Church of Christ.


Tri State County Animal Response Team (CART)
Tri State CART is a 501c3 non-profit all volunteer organization which responds when activated to emergencies and disasters involving animals. Tri State CART provides free training for volunteers. CART covers Adams, Brown, Butler, Hamilton, Highland, Clermont, Clinton and Warren counties in Ohio, Dearborn in IN, and Boone, Campbell and Kenton in KY.
Email: CARTcaptain@gmail.com
Contact: Bonnie Morrison
Address: PO Box 158
Harrison, OHIO    45030
Telephone: 513-702-8373
Fax: 513-797-1881
Disaster County Animal Response Team


Village Association of Batavia
The Village Association of Batavia is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation made up of residents and business owners dedicated to revitalizing our Main Street Business District.


Wise Sports