The critical essentials delivered via our network are fueled by these programs
Our direct-to-those-who-need-help-most network of people and places works wonders. But it's only as effective as the programs that help provide the emergency essentials for our neighbors.
VIDEO St. Vincent de Paul's robust roster of programs provides:
We have nine neighborhood-based food pantries where those in need can shop free of charge, as well as a number of emergency food closets which volunteers can use for delivering right to homes
A last resort safety net for those who have no other access to vital medication, the St. Vincent de Paul Charitable Pharmacy is the only one in southwest Ohio dedicated to providing free medication
Through home visits and our Liz Carter Outreach Center, we provide rent and utility expense assistance to prevent homelessness and work towards long-term solutions
We provide clothing, furniture, and household items to struggling families via our nine thrift stores
St. Vincent de Paul provides a mattress, box spring and bed rail set to neighbors who would otherwise be sleeping on the floor through the Bob and Sylvia Rahe Mattress Fund
When we provide assistance, we want to make sure to foster sustainable situations to try and help clients help themselves in the long run
Instills our communities with long-term change by connecting volunteers from diverse backgrounds to engage in poverty and justice issues in Cincinnati
Throughout the year, St. Vincent de Paul conducts a number of special drives in partnership with media and corporate sponsors to collect and distribute basic necessities
St. Vincent de Paul’s Re-Entry program is a five-year collaborative program in support of Returning Citizens focused on Education, Volunteer Engagement & Leadership Development, Basic Needs Assistance and Fostering Community Relationships.