About LHOI

Lincoln Heights Outreach Incorporated (LHOI) is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization located in the historic Village of Lincoln Heights and serving Lincoln Heights and surrounding communities. Established in 2012, we are committed to moving families towards self-sufficiency through our advocacy and outreach programs that cover a range of educational, human, and social services.

 

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“To empower families and individuals toward becoming self-sufficient through opportunities that impact their overall social, emotional, physical, mental, spiritual and economic well-being with the adjacent and surrounding neighborhoods in the city of Cincinnati and within Hamilton County Ohio.”

 

Vision Statement

“Lincoln Heights Outreach Inc. is the recognized leader for, and a collective voice of the Lincoln Heights and Woodlawn neighborhoods in Hamilton County in empowering families and individuals toward becoming self-sufficient. Neighborhood stakeholders, other nonprofits, government, business, and the media seek out Lincoln Heights Outreach Inc. as a partner and advisor on issues that impact the neighborhood and surrounding communities.”

 

September 11, 2018