2600 Victory Parkway
Cincinnati Ohio 45206
BOARD CHAIR: Haluk Nural
FOCUS AREA: A community-wide nonprofit network of social services with more than 40 proven programs, Talbert House helps men, women and children across Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky overcome adversity to become healthy and productive citizens through its programs in community corrections, mental health, substance abuse and welfare-to-work.
MISSION STATEMENT: Talbert House services have two basic purposes: to improve social behavior and enhance personal recovery and growth.
The Talbert House business model is comprised of three classifications of services: programs, partnerships, and affiliations. The agency adheres to this model to operate more effectively and better serve the community. Information regarding these services can be found on www.talberthouse.org.
Professional Development:
The Institute of Training and Development (ITD) was created in 2000 to provide high quality, competency-based training programs for social service professionals. In 2007, the ITD launched the Executive Curriculum for Emerging Leaders (EXCEL) program, to develop, train and nurture local nonprofit leaders. All professional opportunities can be accessed at www.talberthouse.org.
Through comprehensive, proven solutions to behavioral health challenges, Talbert House is making our community stronger one life at a time. The organization operates multiple service sites throughout Greater Cincinnati with a broad range of services with a continuum of care that includes prevention, assessment, treatment and reintegration services. These services are directed to a broad-based population including children, adults and families. Last year, Talbert House served 28,000 registered children, adolescents and adults and an additional 50,000 people received prevention and hotline services through the agency.