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Location: Cincinnati, OH
Schedule: June 2015 Completion
Customer: Shelterhouse / 3CDC
Architect: GBBN

Formerly known as the Drop In Center, Shelterhouse has been serving homeless women for over three decades, yet had previously never had a facility in which to serve only women. In this new facility, named the Esther Marie Hatton Center for Women, Shelterhouse is able to ensure women have access to basic human needs such as shelter, food, clothing, and toiletries, and then begin to define reasonable steps toward independence and self-sufficiency. The 19,855 SF facility supports the basic needs for food, shelter, and safety; reduced trauma and optimized women’s health; additional shelter beds; full-day treatment services tailored to the specific needs of individual women; and high-quality individualized case management. The on-site parking facility supports the demands of the shelter, the Anna Louise Inn, and the neighboring United Way Facility.

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