This month, the ERS and Alzheimer's Association's Memory Café initiative for individuals experiencing dementia and other forms of memory loss is expanding to two more of our branch libraries. Read on to learn more about the events.
Meet with social service providers on Friday afternoons from 12-2 p.m. Connect with agencies, share information, build a relationships, and engage in intake or referral for various programs without leaving the Library.
The Library joins forces with the Community Action Agency, Legal Aid Society of Southwest Ohio, and YMCA to help tackle the threat of eviction faced by thousands of Cincinnati residents each year.
Thanks to a new partnership with Cincinnati Works, each Monday job seekers can meet with a Cincinnati Works career coach at the Downtown Main Library for assistance. Learn more about this exciting program here.
'A Call to Action Community Forum: Bringing Westwood Together Around the Addiction Epidemic' provides information on four key topics: treatment, harm reduction, prevention, and cutting the supply of opioids.
Downtown Main Library Teen Librarian Emma Willig discusses her outreach with teenage girls at the Hamilton County Juvenile Court Youth Center and the authentic interactions that take place around books, poetry, and introspection.
Connecting community members with well-paying, steady jobs is one of the Library’s missions. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite books for job seekers and career advancers.
The story of how one man turned losing his job, marriage, and home into a fresh start at the place he least expected: the Library.
In 2017, the Library began a partnership with Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority as part of a nationwide program to get books into communities with limited access to literacy resources.
A message about Building the Next Generation Library, connecting community members to jobs, and more.
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