We believe reinvention starts with employment and lasts through opportunity. With extension by connection, we partner with multiple organizations to provide resources to our employees that they can access to assist with what other needs they may have outside of employment.
The Fuller Center for Housing is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that seeks to eradicate poverty housing by promoting partnerships with individuals and community groups to build and rehabilitate homes for people in need.
McKinley Hall is an experienced agency in providing optimal drug and alcohol treatment services and fiscal prudence. McKinley Hall is accredited by CARF (the highest national accreditation) to provide integrated alcohol/drug and mental health services. The agency is also certified by OHMAS.
The Nehemiah Foundation is dedicated to building the community of Clark County by equipping and resourcing 29 local non-profit organizations committed to meeting the physical, spiritual, and emotional needs of youth and families.
O.N.D., a division of OIC of Clark County, provides family re-entry services to ex-offenders returning to the Springfield/Clark County community, to individuals with criminal backgrounds who have never been to prison, and to individuals working with the child support enforcement agency to satisfy child support arrearages.
The Salvation Army provides a myriad of preventative, support, and rehabilitative services. The range of programs they offer encompasses everything from after-school programs, social clubs, and parenting classes through drug and alcohol rehabilitation and disaster response.
S.M.H.A provides decent, safe, and sanitary affordable housing. They provide vouchers and support to help our hires live with dignity in a sustainable home while promoting economic independence, pride in community, self-sufficiency, self-worth, upward mobility, and participation in economic independence, and the political systems of the Springfield and Clark County communities.