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Unbound exhibit at Main Library

Unbound exhibit at Main Library

The Unbound exhibit at the Downtown Main Library, featuring the creative writings and visual art of people who have experienced incarceration and are in various stages of returning to our communities, has had its run extended until the end of January. In partnership with the Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana and the Hamilton County Office of Reentry, the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County is presenting exhibit Unbound, featuring the creative writings and visual art of people who have experienced incarceration and are in various stages of returning to our communities. Unbound seeks to personalize the experiences of returning citizens, discuss the obstacles they face, and share the assistance they receive from various local organizations. “The men and women transitioning back into our communities out of the criminal justice system face obstacles and challenges, but they are not alone,” said John von Arx III, president and CEO of Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana. “Our programs, along with other resources in the community, provide treatment, and support to these individuals to get their lives back on track. This exhibit gives us a personal view of their journey and creates an opportunity for a much needed dialogue about change, understanding and compassion.” For more information call 513-369-6900, or visit cinlib.org/unbound to view pieces from the exhibit. ABOUT VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA OHIO & INDIANA Volunteers of America is a national, nonprofit, faith-based organization dedicated to helping those in need rebuild their lives and reach their full potential. Through thousands of human service programs, including housing and healthcare, Volunteers of America helps nearly 2 million people across the country — more than 2,300 in Ohio and Indiana. Established local in 1896, its ministry of service has supported and empowered America’s most vulnerable groups, including low-income seniors, veterans, homeless individuals and families, men and women returning home after incarceration, and those recovering from additions. Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana operate re-entry programs in Cincinnati, Dayton, Mansfield, and Toledo. ABOUT HAMILTON COUNTY OFFICE OF REENTRY The Hamilton County Office of Reentry is a client driven referral and support organization that provides services to individuals returning to the community from correctional facilities.

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  • Date: December 10, 2019 ( 2019-12-10 00:00:00 Unbound exhibit at Main Library The Unbound exhibit at the Downtown Main Library, featuring the creative writings and visual art of people who have experienced incarceration and are in various stages of returning to our communities, has had its run extended until the end of January. In partnership with the Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana and the Hamilton County Office of Reentry, the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County is presenting exhibit Unbound, featuring the creative writings and visual art of people who have experienced incarceration and are in various stages of returning to our communities. Unbound seeks to personalize the experiences of returning citizens, discuss the obstacles they face, and share the assistance they receive from various local organizations. “The men and women transitioning back into our communities out of the criminal justice system face obstacles and challenges, but they are not alone,” said John von Arx III, president and CEO of Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana. “Our programs, along with other resources in the community, provide treatment, and support to these individuals to get their lives back on track. This exhibit gives us a personal view of their journey and creates an opportunity for a much needed dialogue about change, understanding and compassion.” For more information call 513-369-6900, or visit cinlib.org/unbound to view pieces from the exhibit. ABOUT VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA OHIO & INDIANA Volunteers of America is a national, nonprofit, faith-based organization dedicated to helping those in need rebuild their lives and reach their full potential. Through thousands of human service programs, including housing and healthcare, Volunteers of America helps nearly 2 million people across the country — more than 2,300 in Ohio and Indiana. Established local in 1896, its ministry of service has supported and empowered America’s most vulnerable groups, including low-income seniors, veterans, homeless individuals and families, men and women returning home after incarceration, and those recovering from additions. Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana operate re-entry programs in Cincinnati, Dayton, Mansfield, and Toledo. ABOUT HAMILTON COUNTY OFFICE OF REENTRY The Hamilton County Office of Reentry is a client driven referral and support organization that provides services to individuals returning to the community from correctional facilities. Cincinnati Public Library (Main Location)
    800 Vine St Cincinnati, OH 45202
    )
  • Time: 12:00 AM
  • Date: December 11, 2019 ( 2019-12-11 00:00:00 Unbound exhibit at Main Library The Unbound exhibit at the Downtown Main Library, featuring the creative writings and visual art of people who have experienced incarceration and are in various stages of returning to our communities, has had its run extended until the end of January. In partnership with the Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana and the Hamilton County Office of Reentry, the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County is presenting exhibit Unbound, featuring the creative writings and visual art of people who have experienced incarceration and are in various stages of returning to our communities. Unbound seeks to personalize the experiences of returning citizens, discuss the obstacles they face, and share the assistance they receive from various local organizations. “The men and women transitioning back into our communities out of the criminal justice system face obstacles and challenges, but they are not alone,” said John von Arx III, president and CEO of Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana. “Our programs, along with other resources in the community, provide treatment, and support to these individuals to get their lives back on track. This exhibit gives us a personal view of their journey and creates an opportunity for a much needed dialogue about change, understanding and compassion.” For more information call 513-369-6900, or visit cinlib.org/unbound to view pieces from the exhibit. ABOUT VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA OHIO & INDIANA Volunteers of America is a national, nonprofit, faith-based organization dedicated to helping those in need rebuild their lives and reach their full potential. Through thousands of human service programs, including housing and healthcare, Volunteers of America helps nearly 2 million people across the country — more than 2,300 in Ohio and Indiana. Established local in 1896, its ministry of service has supported and empowered America’s most vulnerable groups, including low-income seniors, veterans, homeless individuals and families, men and women returning home after incarceration, and those recovering from additions. Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana operate re-entry programs in Cincinnati, Dayton, Mansfield, and Toledo. ABOUT HAMILTON COUNTY OFFICE OF REENTRY The Hamilton County Office of Reentry is a client driven referral and support organization that provides services to individuals returning to the community from correctional facilities. Cincinnati Public Library (Main Location)
    800 Vine St Cincinnati, OH 45202
    )
  • Time: 12:00 AM
  • Date: December 12, 2019 ( 2019-12-12 00:00:00 Unbound exhibit at Main Library The Unbound exhibit at the Downtown Main Library, featuring the creative writings and visual art of people who have experienced incarceration and are in various stages of returning to our communities, has had its run extended until the end of January. In partnership with the Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana and the Hamilton County Office of Reentry, the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County is presenting exhibit Unbound, featuring the creative writings and visual art of people who have experienced incarceration and are in various stages of returning to our communities. Unbound seeks to personalize the experiences of returning citizens, discuss the obstacles they face, and share the assistance they receive from various local organizations. “The men and women transitioning back into our communities out of the criminal justice system face obstacles and challenges, but they are not alone,” said John von Arx III, president and CEO of Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana. “Our programs, along with other resources in the community, provide treatment, and support to these individuals to get their lives back on track. This exhibit gives us a personal view of their journey and creates an opportunity for a much needed dialogue about change, understanding and compassion.” For more information call 513-369-6900, or visit cinlib.org/unbound to view pieces from the exhibit. ABOUT VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA OHIO & INDIANA Volunteers of America is a national, nonprofit, faith-based organization dedicated to helping those in need rebuild their lives and reach their full potential. Through thousands of human service programs, including housing and healthcare, Volunteers of America helps nearly 2 million people across the country — more than 2,300 in Ohio and Indiana. Established local in 1896, its ministry of service has supported and empowered America’s most vulnerable groups, including low-income seniors, veterans, homeless individuals and families, men and women returning home after incarceration, and those recovering from additions. Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana operate re-entry programs in Cincinnati, Dayton, Mansfield, and Toledo. ABOUT HAMILTON COUNTY OFFICE OF REENTRY The Hamilton County Office of Reentry is a client driven referral and support organization that provides services to individuals returning to the community from correctional facilities. Cincinnati Public Library (Main Location)
    800 Vine St Cincinnati, OH 45202
    )
  • Time: 12:00 AM
  • Date: December 13, 2019 ( 2019-12-13 00:00:00 Unbound exhibit at Main Library The Unbound exhibit at the Downtown Main Library, featuring the creative writings and visual art of people who have experienced incarceration and are in various stages of returning to our communities, has had its run extended until the end of January. In partnership with the Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana and the Hamilton County Office of Reentry, the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County is presenting exhibit Unbound, featuring the creative writings and visual art of people who have experienced incarceration and are in various stages of returning to our communities. Unbound seeks to personalize the experiences of returning citizens, discuss the obstacles they face, and share the assistance they receive from various local organizations. “The men and women transitioning back into our communities out of the criminal justice system face obstacles and challenges, but they are not alone,” said John von Arx III, president and CEO of Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana. “Our programs, along with other resources in the community, provide treatment, and support to these individuals to get their lives back on track. This exhibit gives us a personal view of their journey and creates an opportunity for a much needed dialogue about change, understanding and compassion.” For more information call 513-369-6900, or visit cinlib.org/unbound to view pieces from the exhibit. ABOUT VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA OHIO & INDIANA Volunteers of America is a national, nonprofit, faith-based organization dedicated to helping those in need rebuild their lives and reach their full potential. Through thousands of human service programs, including housing and healthcare, Volunteers of America helps nearly 2 million people across the country — more than 2,300 in Ohio and Indiana. Established local in 1896, its ministry of service has supported and empowered America’s most vulnerable groups, including low-income seniors, veterans, homeless individuals and families, men and women returning home after incarceration, and those recovering from additions. Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana operate re-entry programs in Cincinnati, Dayton, Mansfield, and Toledo. ABOUT HAMILTON COUNTY OFFICE OF REENTRY The Hamilton County Office of Reentry is a client driven referral and support organization that provides services to individuals returning to the community from correctional facilities. Cincinnati Public Library (Main Location)
    800 Vine St Cincinnati, OH 45202
    )
  • Time: 12:00 AM
  • Date: December 14, 2019 ( 2019-12-14 00:00:00 Unbound exhibit at Main Library The Unbound exhibit at the Downtown Main Library, featuring the creative writings and visual art of people who have experienced incarceration and are in various stages of returning to our communities, has had its run extended until the end of January. In partnership with the Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana and the Hamilton County Office of Reentry, the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County is presenting exhibit Unbound, featuring the creative writings and visual art of people who have experienced incarceration and are in various stages of returning to our communities. Unbound seeks to personalize the experiences of returning citizens, discuss the obstacles they face, and share the assistance they receive from various local organizations. “The men and women transitioning back into our communities out of the criminal justice system face obstacles and challenges, but they are not alone,” said John von Arx III, president and CEO of Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana. “Our programs, along with other resources in the community, provide treatment, and support to these individuals to get their lives back on track. This exhibit gives us a personal view of their journey and creates an opportunity for a much needed dialogue about change, understanding and compassion.” For more information call 513-369-6900, or visit cinlib.org/unbound to view pieces from the exhibit. ABOUT VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA OHIO & INDIANA Volunteers of America is a national, nonprofit, faith-based organization dedicated to helping those in need rebuild their lives and reach their full potential. Through thousands of human service programs, including housing and healthcare, Volunteers of America helps nearly 2 million people across the country — more than 2,300 in Ohio and Indiana. Established local in 1896, its ministry of service has supported and empowered America’s most vulnerable groups, including low-income seniors, veterans, homeless individuals and families, men and women returning home after incarceration, and those recovering from additions. Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana operate re-entry programs in Cincinnati, Dayton, Mansfield, and Toledo. ABOUT HAMILTON COUNTY OFFICE OF REENTRY The Hamilton County Office of Reentry is a client driven referral and support organization that provides services to individuals returning to the community from correctional facilities. Cincinnati Public Library (Main Location)
    800 Vine St Cincinnati, OH 45202
    )
  • Time: 12:00 AM

  • Phone: (513) 369-6900
  • Location: Cincinnati Public Library (Main Location)
    800 Vine St
    Cincinnati, OH 45202