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Environmental stewardship—Lots of watts

How many watts do you save when you change a light bulb? Lots! 2020 saw the culmination of a three year project related to fulfilling our heritage of being a good steward of the earth through modernization and upgrades that save both money and the environment. A...

SJH Dietitian is Nationally Recognized Expert

St. Joseph Home Dietitian Sarah Vermilyea was selected to review the 2nd Edition Pocket Guide to Children with Special Health Care and Nutritional Needs and also has contributed to a nutritional textbook. She was selected by the editors of the pocket guide to review the latest...

2020 Annual Report

In this summary of the last year, we not only look back, we look forward, and beyond the pandemic to the future where we continue to expand opportunities for the individuals we serve, thanks to our community of supporters. In the complete report read about...

St. Joseph Home Adult Day Programs Re-Open

On April 12, the sounds of karaoke, cheers for darts’ bulls-eyes, percussion instruments and more filled the Blue Ash location which serves 40, with a focus on in-house experiences, and the Sharonville location, which serves 28 participants who interact in the community regularly. Both programs...

The CARES Act Encourages Charitable Giving

by Lucienne Driehaus, Donor Relations Officer   Recently, the federal government passed the monumental CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security) Act in small part to help encourage continued giving to non-profits during COVID-19.  It’s a lengthy piece of legislation, and we wanted to share a few...