Cincinnati Health Network
Cincinnati Health Network
2825 Burnet Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45219
Phone: (513) 961-0600

A Network of Community Health Providers Serving Greater Cincinnati


May 2010 -Cincinnati Health Network Board Members and Staff rolled up their sleeves and joined volunteers from Crossroads Church in their annual GO CINCINNATI service day to give the façade of 40 E. McMicken Avenue a much needed facelift. This building is currently the site of a full service dental clinic operated by CincySmiles and will soon be the site of the McMicken Health Collaborative which will add an integrated medical and mental health clinic to the existing facility. The McMicken Health Collaborative is designed to provide a full range of comprehensive health services to the many men, women and children of our community experiencing homelessness. Volunteers for the GO CINCINNATI service day also patched holes in the roof. A great big THANK YOU to all of our new friends at Crossroads Church. We now have the prettiest building on the block! Watch a video about the event.

November 2009 - The Healthcare for the Homeless Program Presents Winterize Yourself. If you are currently homeless, please join us at our second Health Fair, Thursday, November 12, 2009, 9am - 1pm. First Lutheran Church, 1208 Race Street, Cincinnati, 45202 (map). Download event flyer. (216kb size, pdf file)

November 2009 - Capital Improvement Funding Received. The Cincinnati Health Network has received $495,680.00 from the Health Resources and Services Administration for the Capital Improvement fund in order to improve the facilities at the McMicken Health Collaborative. Download the press release. (28kb size, pdf file)

October 2009 - President Obama Signs the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Extension. Download the press release. (28kb size, pdf file)

August 2009 - Doctor's Order: MD/religious brother serves homeless. Toledo Alumni Magazine, Fall 2009, pages 28-31. Download the article. (3,200kb size, pdf file)

January 2009 - Doctor believes in brotherhood of man. Life of service inspired by Pink Floyd. Cincinnati Enquirer, January 25, 2009. By Mark Curnutte. Download article. (392kb size pdf file)


More than four in ten Americans report problems paying for needed prescription medications for themselves or their family, with 16 percent saying it is a serious problem.

Half of all individuals who file bankruptcy do so due to high medical bills. Half of those people have health insurance.

80% of low wage workers do not get health insurance.

One in three Americans, or 86.7 million people, is uninsured. Of those uninsured, 30.7% are under eighteen.

No person earning minimum wage in any US state can afford a one or two-bedroom apartment at Fair Market Rent.

Families with children make up about 30% of the homeless population nationally

There has been an increase of 41% from 2000 to 2009 in fair market rent for a two-bedroom unit, according to HUD. (National Low Income Housing Coalition,2009)


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