CINCINNATI – January 29, 2015 – After nearly 100 years working from the offices of the Cincinnati Archdiocese, Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio is making new neighbors in Roselawn.
Forty-five employees from Catholic Charities of Southwestern Ohio and Su Casa Hispanic Center are unpacking boxes and settling into their new offices at Mid Pointe Tower in Roselawn this week. The non-profit agency of the Cincinnati Archdiocese is bringing its administrative staff and community service operations under one roof.
“The new offices bring us closer to the people we serve and put more of our professional staff in one place,” said Ted Bergh, Catholic Charities CEO. “It also gives us space to add and improve several existing programs to meet the changing needs of the community.”
The added space will allow Su Casa, and Catholic Charities recent immigrant and refugee programs to expand their English, computer, and health and wellness classes. The new location, which has ample parking and is located along several Metro bus routes, is more convenient for clients.
Catholic Charities offices in Hamilton, Montgomery, Delhi, Fayetteville, Springfield, Urbana, Anderson Township, Eastgate, and Queensgate will remain open. A small presence will remain at the downtown Cincinnati location as well.
Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio has been serving the most vulnerable in our community for nearly 100 years. Our programs are designed to protect those at risk, serve the poor and welcome the stranger regardless of their religious background or country of origin. Our mission to enlighten, serve and empower is enabled by the generosity of donors and volunteers. Together, we serve and bring hope to more than 75,000 people each year. Visit www.ccswoh.org to learn more.