As an exhibitor, Ohio Valley Goodwill was pleased to talk with interested families and individuals about the diverse array of programs and services that the organization provides including its award-winning Center for Advocacy, Recreation and Education (CARE) program; its many work training and employment services as well as its community integration opportunities. Many families expressed interest in scheduling tours of Goodwill after learning about the many options available at the organization’s headquarters as well as satellite locations.
“Ohio Valley Goodwill has worked in partnership with Hamilton County Developmental Disabilities Services for more than 25 years in offering services to individuals interested in employment and training opportunities,” said Sharon Hannon, Interim Marketing Director. “We are happy to talk with families and individuals about alternatives that Goodwill can offer for the Jackson Center participants.”
For more information about Hamilton County Developmental Disabilities Services, visit their website at www.hamiltondds.org. To find out more about Ohio Valley Goodwill’s comprehensive array of programs and services, please visit www.cincinnatigoodwill.org/services.
Goodwill is thankful to Hamilton County DD Services for their kind invitation to share information about the organization’s programs and services with interested families.