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was founded as an experiment to integrate ex-offenders back into the community. In August 1965, with a budget consisting of $10,000 of private donations, the first halfway house program opened. Today, the agency operates multiple service sites in conjunction with its affiliates throughout Greater Cincinnati. The services offered focus on substance abuse, mental health, community corrections, and welfare-to-work providing a continuum of care that includes prevention, assessment, treatment, and reintegration services. These services are provided to a broad-based population with the agency’s mission in mind: to improve social behavior and enhance personal recovery and growth. The agency logo reflects our mission by representing a person being welcomed back by their community, family, employer, school, etc.
served 28,000 registered children, adolescents, and adults in FY 2006 in over 40 programs at 20 locations along with an additional 50,000 people through prevention and hotline services.
The Talbert House
business model is comprised of three classifications of services: Programs, Partnerships, and Affiliations. The Agency adheres to this model to operate more effectively and better serve the community.
is an agency that creates innovative, evidenced-based programs proven to solve tough social problems that impact all members of the community. Through comprehensive and proven solutions to behavioral health challenges,
makes the community stronger…one life at a time.
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