Saturday, February 1st marked the occasion of the 2014 Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities Provider Fair which was held at the Wildey Center in Batavia. Ohio Valley Goodwill was pleased to be an exhibitor at this year’s event and to have the opportunity to speak with dozens of families and individuals about the organization’s programs and services for individuals served by the Board. Goodwill opened its Eastside Vocational Services Center almost four years ago in Batavia and has steadily increased its enrollment and looks forward to working with Clermont County families in meeting their needs.
“Our Eastside Vocational Services Center offers work training opportunities as well as personal enrichment experiences through our Center for Advocacy, Recreation and Education (CARE) program,” said Paula Smith, Eastside Program Supervisor. “We’ve worked collaboratively with the Board and the individuals we serve to develop our programs so that they are supportive and beneficial in meeting their needs and wishes,” added Smith.
Based on the interest and enthusiastic response of the guests in attendance, Goodwill’s Eastside Center will host an Open House event in April 2014 to welcome individuals and families and provide a specific overview of the program’s offerings. Interested individuals can of course, schedule a tour at any time by contacting Paula Smith at (513) 732- 0950, ext. 10 or email: email@example.com.
Ohio Valley Goodwill is delighted to work in partnership with the Clermont County Board of DD and to be able to offer services for interested individuals that reside in both Clermont and Hamilton counties. To find out more about Goodwill’s Eastside Vocational Services Center, please visit www.cincinnatigoodwill.org/services.