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Center for Respite Care Provides Caring and Hope for the Holidays

With the holiday season upon us and the cold temperatures underway — life is even more difficult for people experiencing homelessness. The Center for Respite Care (located in the Saint Anthony Center in Over-the-Rhine) provides a place for adults to heal who have been...

Heading Toward Thanksgiving; Thank you

With Thanksgiving next week — we give thanks to our donors, volunteers, staff, and our clients — the people who put so much faith in the Center. We are also grateful that the citizens of Hamilton County voted to approve the Senior Services, Tax Levy. The Center...

Pam Hoffman thanks the Center

Pam Hoffman experienced homelessness for about a year — ended up in the hospital and then the hospital referred her to the Center — she is one of the people whom we are proud to call our client. As we prepare to launch our annual appeal campaign, we introduce you to...

We are Grateful

The Center for Respite Care can serve our clients due, in large part, to our partners. This starts with the citizens of Hamilton County who support the Senior Services Tax Levy  (on the November ballot) – of which we are a part, the area hospitals, and many service...

From Transformation Awards to Our Annual Campaign

Our annual Transformation Awards launched on September 15th. The virtual presentation is still active and available on our website. We are pleased that we have already raised over 111K. The Center does not receive United Way funds. We rely upon individual generosity,...

The Center: Mental Health Challenges are Something that We Understand

The Center for Respite Care treats individuals who have confronted a myriad of challenges in their lives. While many of those are physical – mental health often is part of the equation. Our medical and social services teams are qualified to work with any individual...

The Center’s Place in the World of Medical Respite

Once in a while, it is appropriate to “boast” about our role in the medical respite panacea. As the CEO of the Center for Respite Care, I am fortunate to be asked to participate in national conversations. Candidly, this is because we are good at what we do, have a...

Thank You Sponsors!

Our third annual virtual Transformation Awards event is coming fast – to be initially aired on September 15. While this event (for many years) had been live – COVID 19 changed our plans. We have since learned that our audience enjoys the virtual event, ensuring good...

Who is The Center for Respite Care?

While it is relatively straightforward to explain what the Center does and who we are; it is more challenging to agree upon what it means to be a person experiencing homelessness. The Center’s work and clients are a combination of both. What does the Center do? The...

State of the Nationwide Need for Medical Respite Services

We live in a prosperous nation – yet for people experiencing homelessness; the state of our country is much different. For nearly 20 years, The Center for Respite Care has cared for people experiencing homelessness who are ill and have no place else to go. Clients are...

It’s a Good Time to Say Thanks

As we enter a new fiscal year, we take stock – and we say thanks to those people and organizations who ensure our success. This starts with our employees – the people who care for our clients – who come into the Center daily – who take our most vulnerable citizens...

The Center Thanks Martha and Diana: Tireless Volunteers

Martha Schueler and Diana Klinedinst are good friends. They have also been a powerful team raising money for Center for Respite Care. Transformation Awards 2022 is the first event in ten years that has not been chaired by the duo. “We are eternally grateful for the...

La Soupe; Feeding Bodies and Souls

Congratulations to Suzy DeYoung, Executive Director & Founder of LaSoupe - one of the honorees of Transformation Awards 2022! La Soupe has transformed our community by working to eradicate food scarcity one meal at a time. DeYoung’s vision came naturally; after a...

Transformation Happens at The Mary Magdalen House

The Mary Magdalen House refreshes and renews its guests in body and spirit -- from the hardships of living on the streets. Their goal is to maintain and help restore human dignity.  Each of their guests leaves feeling better, knowing that "it is truly good for me to...

Annie Timmons; Faith, Fitness, and Future.

Annie Timmons’s life has been one of intention, faith, and commitment. She has worked for the Friars Club for 43 years—and currently serves as its president. The Center for Respite Care is honored to name Timmons one of the Transformation Awards 2022 honorees. She is...

The People Who Transform Our Community

We are very excited to announce TRANSFORMATION AWARDS 2022 -- a VIRTUAL event that premiers on September 15 at 7:00 PM. Please join us by watching this event that can be viewed from the safety and comfort of your home. We honor those who have made a positive...

Aging for People Experiencing Homelessness

Life on the streets is difficult. The overall health and life span of individuals experiencing homelessness clearly reflects the depth of the challenges and trauma. Not only is it tough on the psyche, the feet, and the overall demeanor – it is tough on the ultimate...

Thank you, Hamilton County!

The Center for Respite Care exists due to the generosity of individuals, foundations, state and local grants--and Hamilton County. That means taxpayers. The Center cares for people experiencing homelessness who do not have a place to go upon release from the hospital...

Demonstrate mercy and compassion for all.

The title for this blog is taken from the Center for Respite Care’s core values. The people who work at the Center are passionate that our clients receive stellar medical and case management services. This is all in an effort to ensure that, once they are ready for...

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The Center for Respite Care is a 501(C)3 non-profit organization. View our 2020 IRS Form 990 – Public Disclosure.

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Center for Respite Care
1615 Republic Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202

Mail:
P.O. Box 141301
Cincinnati, Ohio 45250

Phone:
(513) 621-1868

Fax:
(513) 621-1872

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