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Do you need assistance with needs such as food, clothing, furniture, rent, utilities, or beds? We may be able to help. St. Vincent de Paul serves neighbors in Greater Cincinnati through its network of Conferences (groups of volunteers based at a church).

Please use the map below to search your address and find the Conference that serves your area. Type your address into the search bar at the top of the map and click the magnifying glass. Once it zooms into your address, simply click on the map, and a dialogue box will appear on the left side detailing the name and number of the Conference that serves your area. Upon calling, you may be prompted to leave a message detailing your request. Our team will return your call.

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Can’t find the Conference that services your area? Call 513-421-0602 to get connected with our Help Line.

More Resources

The following resources are available to any Hamilton County resident in need of assistance. Our Charitable Pharmacy also serves residents of Butler, Clermont and Warren Counties. Please use the links below to learn more about accessing these services.

Charitable Pharmacy

Our Charitable Pharmacy provides a safety net for those who have no other way to access their prescription medication. Click here to visit our Charitable Pharmacy page to learn more about services at the St. Vincent de Paul Charitable Pharmacy.

Additional Services

We provide a wide range of services, at no cost, including help with birth certificates, diapers, and more. Click here to learn more.

Seasonal Assistance

Throughout the year, we offer various programs designed to meet the needs of our neighbors, including fans and air conditioners in the summer, Thanksgiving dinners, toys at Christmas and more. Click here to learn more.

Prayer Requests

In addition to material and emotional assistance, we seek to provide spiritual and emotional support. Click here to submit a prayer request for our staff and volunteers.

Additional Cincinnati Agencies

If you are in need of assistance that you do not see listed above, click here to be taken to a list of local organizations that may be able to help, or contact the United Way Hotline at 2-1-1 to find an agency providing this type of assistance.