INFORMATION FOR VETERANS AND RETIREES
Easter Seals Opportunities
Easterseals serving Greater Cincinnati is committed to ensuring that every veteran has the services and support they need to successfully achieve economic stability and self-sufficiency. ESGC provides assistance for veterans and their families, regardless of discharge status, across 16 counties in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana via three main services:
1) Providing emergency services to veterans and their families by connecting them to proper resources through our Community OneSource (COS) hotline, 513-878-2200
(2) Connecting veterans to employment by maximizing their strengths and experience gained in military service
(3) Delivering academic training
Easterseals understands that no two veterans are alike – that they often face unique or evolving challenges. Our 40+ years of experience as a human services provider has enabled us to develop a “toolbox of strategies” and a network of partnerships to ensure that veterans and their families have everything they need to succeed – from emergency intervention services, education, living-wage employment (that includes healthcare) and even housing. ESGC also provides a variety of “wrap-around,” services to ensure that veterans have the additional supports they need during their employment search.
Good News: Easterseals was just awarded the Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program grant by the U.S. Department of Labor. If you know of someone who could benefit from this program. Please call the number below.
For more information:
Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati
2901 Gilbert Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45206
Veterans In Need: Please call 1-877-424-3838 or call United Way at 513-721-7900
Legal Assistance for Veterans: 513-241-9400
Pro-Seniors: 513-345-4160 (website www.proseniors.org)
VA Benefits for Elderly Veterans
Amvets of Ohio - Donation Program
Collects clothing, shoes, linens, draperies, housewares, and small appliances.
Cincinnati VA Medical Center - Social Work Program
Programs for veterans include community outreach, homeless services, recovery programs,medical/behavioral services, hospice and palliative care services and support, contract home health and nursing home services, home-based primary care, and geriatric care. Family and dental services are also provided.
Homeless Veterans Transition Program
The Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs offers assistance and support services to homeless veterans.
Joseph House for Homeless Veterans
Offers temporary and transitional housing, recovery programs, and support for veterans in the Cincinnati area.
Ohio Dept. of Job and Family Services - Veterans
Provides contact information for homeless veterans to find local shelters.
Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries - Services for Veterans
Offers the Homeless Veterans Reintegration Projects funded by the Dept. of Labor. The programs are designed to provide the support and assistance needed for veterans to obtain employment and economic stability. Programs are available throughout the greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky areas, as well as in Adams, Brown, and Clermont Counties in rural Ohio.
Ohio Veterans Bonus Program
Website to apply for the Ohio Veterans Bonus from the Ohio Department of Veterans Services. Applicants can get assistance at any Ohio County Veterans Service Office. Provides bonus facts and eligibility requirements.
Them Bones Veteran Community
Non-profit organization for female and male military veterans and their families in Cincinnati. Collaborates with several agencies to provide integrated services and programs.
Armed Forces Tickets Association - Cincinnati
Looking for someone participating in an event?