“Avenues to Success” – Cheyanne’s Success Story

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Cheyanne enrolled in Santa Maria’s Comprehensive Case Management and Employment Program (CCMEP) in April of 2019 with the goal of getting her High School Equivalency (HSE) diploma and obtaining a job. She quickly earned her HSE in May of 2019, and … Continued

Santa Maria Receives two Grants for COVID-19 Relief

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Santa Maria Community Services, Inc. is pleased to announce it has been awarded two grants from Greater Cincinnati Foundation and United Way of Greater Cincinnati. The grants are for $25,000 and $15,000 from the COVID-19 Regional Response Fund. The $15,000 … Continued

Santa Maria Community Services Project Advance Celebrated AmeriCorps Week

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In March, Santa Maria’s Project Advance AmeriCorps joined hundreds of volunteers across Ohio to celebrate AmeriCorps Week and the valuable contributions of the AmeriCorps members who pledged to “get things done” in their communities. “We are proud to be part … Continued

Crystal

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Childcare and early childhood development are two of the most sought-after career pathways of youth in Santa Maria Community Services’ youth employment program. In November 2019, Santa Maria partnered with Corban Learning Center, a local 5-star childcare provider, to make … Continued

Santa Maria Awarded $50,000 for Dater4Kids

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CINCINNATI, OH – Santa Maria Community Services is pleased to announce it has been awarded $50,000 from The Charles H. Dater Foundation, Inc. toward its Dater4Kids Program. Dater4Kids aims to engage Price Hill youth in community activities, including leadership development … Continued

Santa Maria President & CEO celebrates 35 years

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H.A. joined Santa Maria Community Services on June 18, 1984 as a Planning Specialist and soon became a Neighborhood Organizer, helping bring together Price Hill residents to discuss common issues and work toward solutions. It was not long until he … Continued