NOTICE of Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries Program Closure
To all Families and Care Providers of Individuals Served by Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries:
In response to the orders provided by Ohio Governor Mike Dewine regarding preventing the spread of COVID-19, Ohio Valley Goodwill will be closing its programs and services including Work Adjustment Training at its main location (10600 Springfield Pike) as well as satellite locations (West- 2990 Harrison Ave; East- 4247 Grissom Drive, Fairfield- 4605 Dixie Hwy, Loveland- 330 Loveland-Madiera Rd, and Lebanon 1161 East Main Street and Center for Advocacy, Recreation and Education (CARE) programs at both its main campus and West location until April 7th. It should be noted that the Governor does consider some of these services to be “Essential Services” and as such, Goodwill is able to provide these services to interested individuals in groups of 10 or less. If you are interested in participating in these services, please contact Lisa Schneider at (513) 771-4800, ext. 6372. We are unable to provide Goodwill transportation during this time. In addition, other Essential services provided by Goodwill include our Veterans services as well as our Employment and Job Coaching Services. If you need more information about these services, contact Susie Skeens at (513) 771-4800, ext. 5121 (Veterans) and Chelsea Combs at (513) 771-4800, ext. 6313 (Employment Services).
As an agency who has been committed to serving people with disabilities for more than 100+ years, Ohio Valley Goodwill is committed to the health and safety of our program participants and staff team at all times.
We will keep you informed of the status of our programs and services as we are able in response to updates received by the Governor and the Ohio Department of Health. We will send communications home by mail and will also post updates to our website at www.cincinnatigoodwill.org/news.
Thank you for your understanding and support as we work together to try to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus.
We wish you the very best in the difficult days to come.
Additional information for the U.S. is available on the CDC website. Please stay tuned for additional news about any changes in policies during this critical time.