Our mission at Cincinnati Union Bethel is to provide supportive services and education programs that assist urban women, children, families, and communities to realize their greatest potential.
Cincinnati Union Bethel (CUB) has been caring for people in Cincinnati since 1830. CUB operates three programs: Early Childhood Education at four Head Start preschools, which provide kindergarten readiness and care for children ages three to five; the Anna Louise Inn, which provides safe and affordable housing for women; and Off the StreetsSM, which provides support and rehabilitation services for prostituted women. As the longet running social service agency in Cincinnati, CUB remains grounded in a core set of values that are dedicated to helping women, children, families, and communities unleash their greatest potential.
To learn more about our history, please click here.
Words of Wisdom
Women who stay 30 days or more in OTS achieve self-sufficiency.
We rely on your support to better the lives of women and children. We simply couldn’t do what we do without you. Please consider donating to Cincinnati Union Bethel or directly to one of our programs: early childhood education, the Anna Louise Inn, or Off the Streets. Donate Now »
News & Events
15 Women Graduate from OTS
June 14, 2013
Fifteen women graduated from the Off the Streets program on Friday, June 14th. Judge Heather Russell and Vice-Mayor Roxanne Qualls addressed the graduates, and Angela Grover created a tribute video to the graduates based on the song, "Back from the Dead." It was an inspiratonal and wonderful graduation. Read full story »