Seven Hills Neighborhood House
The Seven Hills Neighborhood House has been a social services resource and community gathering place since 1961. Housed in an 18,000-square foot building at Findlay and Baymiller Streets in Cincinnati’s historic West End, it is a daily safe-haven and second home serving approximately 2,500–3,000 at-risk children, teens, families, seniors, and disadvantaged citizens annually.
The Neighborhood House’s programs and services cover seven principal areas: (1) basic needs, (2) education and training, (3) social and crime victims, (4) health care and nutrition, (5) recreation, (6) arts and culture and (7) community planning.
The Neighborhood House is hosting and providing administration support for piloting We Engage 4 Health project activity.
UCESC provides research, evaluation, assessment, and consulting to equip clients and partners to make data-based decisions for accountability, continuous quality improvement, program planning, and program