'AntiOD: Reclaiming Our City' is currently on display at the Main Library. It aims to address substance use disorder in Cincinnati and what we can do as a community to save lives from drug overdoses.
We’ve partnered with Cincinnati Works, the Veterans Administration, and Cincinnati State to offer services that can help community members level up their job skills. While many of these services are offered by the Library year round, we’re doubling down our efforts to address the different needs of our neighbors to achieve their career aspirations during Career Advancement Month.
Homework. The “H-bomb” every parent dreads having dropped on them by their kids. Not because they don’t want to help their child, but simply because sometimes they don’t know how. Which is why the Library offers Homework Helpers to provide free homework help to students in kindergarten through eighth grade.
Emma Willig and Krystine Salyers both work at the Main Library. A few months ago, they noticed that the female-identifying cardholders they interacted with had trouble finding basic health services in Hamilton County. March is International Women’s Month, so Willig and Salyers decided to bring together a holistic community of presenters in one place.
The Library is launching an innovative pilot project at the Main Library to connect social services with people who need it. During the month of March, providers will set up tables in the south building Atrium to promote social services available in our communities. The tables will be staffed by social services organizations each Friday morning in March from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
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