120 E. Central Parkway
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Lieutenants Felix and Lorissa Padilla
10 AM Sunday School
11 AM Worship Service
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Anderson, Avondale, Blue Ash, Camp Washington, Clifton, Deer Park, Downtown, Evanston, Fairfax, Hyde Park,
Indian Hill, Kenwood, Loveland, Madeira, Madisonville, Mariemont, Mt. Auburn, Mt. Lookout, Mt. Washington,
Newtown, Norwood, Oakley, Pleasant Ridge, Silverton, St. Bernard, Sycamore Township, Terrace Park, Walnut Hills.
Each Salvation Army Corps offers Family Services, Youth Development Programs, Housing Services, Emergency Disaster Relief Services.
Below are additional programs that are offered through the Downtown Citadel Corps.
4-5 pm: Bible Study
2:30- 3 pm
Snacks / Homework Help
3- 4 pm
The Salvation Army's Anti-Human Trafficking Program provides comprehensive case management to all human trafficking
victims, regardless of gender, age, or documentation status, developing an individualized service plan for each client's unique
needs. Clients will meet with a program case manager at a frequency determined by his or her individual needs and goals.
Case managers can provide overall support, crisis intervention, safety planning, advocacy, and referrals and resources. Some
of the other resources available through the case management program are listed below:
Housing assistance or housing search support
Education and Employment assistance and support
Clothing and material assistance
Documentation recovery or obtainment
Acquisition of government benefits
Legal and social service advocacy
Medical/Dental/Mental health program referrals
The Salvation Army's case management program also collaborates with other local service providers through the coalition
and can provide referrals to other local agencies and organizations when needed.
10 am: Sunday School
11 am: Worship Service