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Resource Category

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Employment: How do I find a job?
Entrepreneurship: How do I start a business?
Education: We want to learn.
Education: How do I get my GED?
Education: How can I learn English?
Where can I find childcare?
Where I can find healthcare?
Where can I find food?
I need housing assistance.
Who are my advocates?
Where can I find legal services?
Community: Where can I find a faith community?
Community: How do I build my network and community?
I need help with transportation.
Help me understand banking.
I want to know about taxes.

All Resources

4C for Children

Provider of training and technical assistance for early childhood caregivers and teachers

Acculturation classes GCB Sara Haas

Sara Haas is an adjunct instructor at Northern Kentucky University

African Professionals Network (APNET)

Supports the African Diaspora experience through Networking, Business, Professional Development

AILA Cincinnati Chapter

Ohio Chapter of American Immigration Lawyers Association

American Red Cross

The American Red Cross exists to provide compassionate care to those in need.

Archdiocese of Cincinnati

Through parishes, schools, hospitals, agencies and institutions, the Archdiocese follows the teachings of Christ that lead to peace, joy and fullness of life

Artworks - Creative Enterprise

Non-profit organization that employs and trains local youth and talent to create art and community impact

Asian Community Alliance

Provides culturally sensitive programs and services to strengthen family & community through awareness, collaboration & advocacy

Asian Food Fest

Asian Food Fest is an annual volunteer-run, free, two-day showcase for Cincinnati’s best Asian restaurants and chefs.

Beechacres Parenting Center

Provides families with parenting programs, services, and expert resources for every stage of life

Bethesda Hospital

Full-service hospital in northeast Cincinnati

Bhutanese Community of Cincinnati

Non-profit, charitable community organization representing Bhutanese people who have resettled in Cincinnati

BLOC Ministries

Faith-based after school programs, women’s ministries, community programs for men, women and families and numerous businesses

Bob Shropshire's Driving School

Learn the skills you need to be an effective and safe driver

Catholic Charities

Offers a wide-range of social services to serve people of all faiths and income levels

Catholic Charities - Refugees

Serves refugees who come to the U.S. through the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops

Center for Community Engagement

Works with students, staff, faculty, and community partners to impact our local community while helping students learn to serve

Center for Holocaust Humanity Ed

Jewish Community relations council.

CGM Mentoring

Provides tutoring for children struggling in school

Chinese Chamber

Builds bridges between the regional business community and Chinese businesses & individuals, locally & internationally

Chinese Mutual Aid Society

Community-based social service agency serving low-income immigrants, refugees, from all socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds

Christ Hospital

Full-service hospital in Mt. Auburn, with locations around the region

CINBA - Greater Cincinnati Independent Business Alliance

Membership organization supporting independent businesses & non-profits with marketing and development support

Cincinnati Bell Connector

Streetcar service in downtown Cincinnati

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

Full-service pediatric hospital

Cincinnati Interfaith Workers Center

Educates and organizes low wage and immigrant workers to achieve positive change

Cincinnati Metro

Bus service serving Cincinnati and Southwest Ohio

Cincinnati Muslim Professionals (CMP)

Muslim young professionals organization for career guidance, business contacts and social services

Cincinnati Public Schools

Public education for preschool to 12th grade students in 56 schools spread across a 90-square-mile district in southwest Ohio

Cincinnati Red Bike

Bile sharing public transportation system

Cincinnati State - Entrepreneurship Program

Provides education in accounting, management, and marketing to help entrepreneurs start or manage a business

Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber

Membership organization promoting Cincinnati area businesses

Cincy Interfaith

Builds a stronger community through interfaith collaboration

CincyTech

Public/private seed-stage investor whose mission is helping to transform ideas into high-potential technology companies

Cintrifuse

Public/private partnership supporting entrepreneurs who are leading high-growth tech startups

City Gospel Mission

Provides assistance with food and shelter, recovery, at-risk youth and job readiness and placement

Council on American Islamic Relations

Advocates for justice and mutual understanding of Islam, encourages dialogue, protects civil liberties to empower American Muslims

CPS - Academy of World Languages School

Public school program offering classes in Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Russian and English as a second language

CPS - Community Learning Center

Provides recreational, educational, social, health, civic and cultural opportunities for students, families & community

CPS - ELL welcome centers - Roberts and Ed Center

Cincinnati Public School program for students and their families who speak languages other than English

CPS - Teaching world languages

Cincinnati Public School students, staff and parents can use Rosetta Stone online language learning program free

European American Chamber of Commerce

http://europe-cincinnati.com

GCB

Provider of comprehensive behavioral and mental health services

Greater Cincinnati World Affairs Council

Provider of professional visitor exchange services, extensive global educational programs, international programming & resources.

Hispanic Chamber Cincinnati USA

Promotes the continuing growing and development of the Hispanic/Latino business community in the Tri-State area.

Immigrant Dignity Coalition

Coalition of 20+ labor, business, civil rights and faith groups working together for immigrant dignity.

Immigration Psychology Services, Inc.

Representing the mental health needs of immigrants and refugees in Greater Cincinnati and beyond.

Income Tax

General Knowledge

Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center

IJPC advocates for peace, challenges unjust systems, and promotes the creation of the nonviolent society.

League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)

To advance the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, housing, health and civil rights of the Hispanic population of the United States.

Legal Aid Society

Provides legal representation, information, advice and referral for people and families in need of legal help

Municipal Departments support

i.e. city, solicitor, office, and police department

Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles

Ohio driver license and vehicle registration services

Refugee Connect

Greater Cincinnati’s umbrella program that links refugee communities, service providers, and engaged community members.

Robert's Elementary

School based health center.

Santa Maria Community Services Early Childhood

Santa Maria provides free early childhood development services in an effort to help children under six and their parents.

Santa Maria Community Services Financial Self-Sufficiency

Santa Maria provides free financial self-sufficiency coaching/services such as tenant edu. tax prep. & housing supports.

Santa Maria Community Services Health and Wellness

Santa Maria provides free health/wellness services to assist those who do not receive regular health care.

Santa Maria Community Services/Immigration Outreach

Santa Maria provides free community services for individuals looking to stabilize themselves within the community.

Santa Maria Early Childhood Education Programs

Home visits for families with kids under six.

UC Immigration Resources

VISA and immigration information for students

Other Resources

The University of Cincinnati, which today has more than 3,000 international students, was the first investor in Cincinnati Compass. UC's early and significant support made it possible to build and launch this portal in 2016. The City of Cincinnati and the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber express their sincere appreciation for UC's contribution to immigrant welcoming and integration in our region.

Founding Investors:

Founding Investors