Homelessness in Warren County? Really?
Yes. Since 1998, IHN of Warren County has provided temporary assistance to over one thousand individuals. Homelessness knows no boundaries. It can strike because of natural disaster, fire, loss of employment, foreclosure, illness, injury, abandonment, or lack of skills to find employment. Over 40% of the people we have helped to date are children.
How IHN of Warren County Helps
We are a community response to homelessness in Warren County! Our network of participating organizations and talented volunteers work to keep families together as they rebuild their lives.
Key features include a day center where guests find basic supplies, social services, and friendly interaction. In the evening, our staff transports families to host-provided evening meals and sleeping arrangements that offer homelike settings.
Federal and State Income Tax
During the 2014 tax season tax preparers from the Interfaith Hospitality Network of Warren County served a total of 210 households. Total federal tax refunds of $367,629 and $28,689 state tax refunds were claimed with an average federal tax refund of $2,228 and state refund of $182 for tax returns filed with a refund request. We continue to provide Ohio Benefit Bank assistance with applications for food stamps, cash assistance, Medicaid, HEAP, Vocational Rehab, school meals assistance, and FAFSA applications. Please contact the office at (513) 934-5250 to make an appointment.
IHNWC Day Center
203 East Warren Street