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Social Services


NCH partners with the following organizations:
New Path
New Path
New Path meets the ever changing needs of children and families surrounding mental health and educational treatment. New Path provides individual and family therapy, home-based as well as school based services for North College Hill students and their families.
(855) 577-PATH (7284)
Healthy Moms and Babes
Healthy Moms and Babes (HMB)
Healthy Moms and Babes ensures that women and children have access to needed services through the use of mobile units and home visits. Focusing on the individual, Healthy Moms and Babes commits to helping the community’s most vulnerable women achieve successful pregnancies, thriving babies, enhanced parenting skills, expanded understanding of personal health and progress toward self-sufficiency.
Office: (513) 591-5600
Van: (513) 804-7205
2270 Banning Road, 45239
Cincinnati ChildrensCincinnati Children's Mobile Health Van
The Cincinnati Children’s Mobile Care Center helps bring specialized services closer to families who need them. The Mobile Care Center is staffed by expert teams and services North College Hill City School District every second Wednesday of the month, from 9am to 4pm. Students will be able to pick up packets at their respective buildings: Trojan Way in the health room, Middle School in the health room: M103, High School in the Nurse's office: H004.
Health Care Access Now
Health Care Access Now (HCAN)
Health Care Access Now (HCAN) is a solution to the health disparities and extreme health care costs experienced by an estimated 400,000 residents, 20 percent of our region’s population (adults living in SW Ohio and Northern KY).
2602 Victory Parkway, 45206
butterflies in heelsButterflies in Heels
Butterflies in Heels is a program dedicated to providing young girls with valuable life skills needed to promote strong interpersonal skills, pro-social friendships and optimistic futures, skills needed to prevent poverty. Butterflies in Heels has been designed especially for girls ages 10-18 to teach them how to tap into their inner strengths, gifts, talents and abilities so they can achieve their dreams.
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