Jodi, Bartholomew County Works
Today, Jodi lives in her apartment with her dog Star and her youngest son. She still works at Caltherm, but no longer walks to work. She recently got her license…
Most social service agencies treat the symptoms of poverty with transactions: groceries from a food pantry, medicine from a free clinic, rental vouchers from a government agency. The Cincinnati Works Business Model treats the root of the problem, helping people move from generational poverty to economic self-sufficiency through dignified work and personalized coaching.
We currently have 23 organizations across 11 states utilizing the Cincinnati Works Business Model. Our goal is to have 230 associate sites by 2030.