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Since 1991, IHN has offered Emergency Shelter and community-based housing programs to meet the needs of families experiencing homelessness. The network has grown to include over 100 congregational partners, representing people of Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, Muslim and Unitarian faiths. Congregations throughout Cincinnati, including First Unitarian Church, provide overnight shelter and meals for homeless families in their Emergency Shelter program, while IHN’s programs and case workers provide the tools, resources, and support that families need to overcome homelessness and achieve long-term stability. Shelter Operations Coordinator Meghan Snyder will share IHN’s current needs and plans to address family homelessness in Cincinnati.



Join us for our next Sunday service:

First Church‘s Minister and Board of Trustees have made the difficult decision to temporarily close our doors to help reduce the transmission of the COVID-19 Virus in the community. 

Rev. Connie Simon,
Jera Cox, Director of Music, Meredith Plummer, DLFD

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