Serve City is an outreach center in Hamilton, Ohio, dedicated to serving the needs of Butler County's low-income and homeless individuals and families, offering help and hope to our neighbors in need. For questions regarding access point intake, please contact us Monday-Friday between 8am-4pm at 513.737.8900 and press "1".
"Serve City saved my life. I was an addict and homeless for 15 years, but Serve City invited me in, cared for me, showed me the way to go. Today I am clean and sober, I have a great job, a family who loves me and a place to call my own. None of this would have been possible without Serve City."
- Bobby B.
Serve City is addressing the needs of our neighbors in 3 Key areas.
Food Insecurity is a very real challenge for 1000's of families in Butler Co. Find out how Serve City is making a difference and how you can be part of the solution.
Everyone deserves a place to call "home". See how Serve City is helping move our neighbors from homelessness to housing stability.
Connect 1 on 1, then Connect to Resources
Serve City understands that everyone's story is different, so cookie-cutter approaches are not effective. We meet our neighbors right where they are, create a safe space for them to share their hopes and dreams, challenges and obstacles. Then we work with them to develop a comprehensive "Move Forward" plan designed to connect them with community resources like health care, housing, employment, a faith community, support networks, government and private resources, and many others while supporting and empowering them all along the way.
All of our programs are designed to move people from poverty and homelessness to stability and self-sufficiency.
Serve City Food Pantry
Open to our low-income Butler County residents and offering fresh fruit, vegetables, meat, dairy, and bread.
Serve City Resource Connection
Let us help you get connected with the resources and agencies in the community that are designed to help you move forward in life.
“My family and I have been serving dinners to the Serve City residents every third Thursday for over a year. We feel like we are blessed by serving more than we bless those we serve.”
The Johnson Family