• Hannah Schilling
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    Safe Passage
    877.733.1990
    Located in Indiana
    Pet foster care during stay

    The Ion Center
    859.491.3335
    PET PROTECTION: Emergency board for pets whose owner or families are fleeing partner violence.
    https://ioncenter.org/what-we-do/

    Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Cincinnati
    513.471.1100
    990 Nassau St
    Cincinnati, Ohio 45206
    ihncincinnati.org
    IHNGC established the Pet Support program to extend care to four-legged family members, allowing children and parents who become homeless to keep their dog, cat and/or small companion animals with them during their shelter stay rather than surrendering them to animal shelters or leaving them behind. The program provides a safe, on-site kenneling option for beloved family pets to stay alongside their human family as they work to regain stability.

    Pets In Need of Greater Cincinnati
    513-761-PETS (7387)
    520 W. Wyoming Avenue
    Cincinnati, Ohio 45215
    pincincinnati.org

    SAF-T Shelters
    (Sheltering Animals and Families Together)
    Various locations, but all outside of NKY and Cincinnati
    List of shelters that accept DV Survivors and their pets
    http://alliephillips.com/saf-tprogram/saf-t-shelters/

    Safe Places for Pets
    Various locations
    Identifies on-site housing, Off-site housing, and Community programs for survivors and their pets
    http://safeplaceforpets.org/

    PACT for Animals
    Has two foster programs to assist pet owners who temporarily cannot care for their pets, so they can be reunited once they are able.
    The Military program also covers military support personnel. PACT’s Medical program provides foster care for the pets of hospital patients requiring extended stay or recovery. This includes mental illness or drug/alcohol treatment. 

    How these programs work:

    PACT for Animals will follow you through the process to help ensure your pet can find a safe and secure foster home while you are unable to care for your pet. PACT screens the fosters and tries to match up your pet or pets with a foster home that meets their needs.

    The owner is responsible for all food, treats, and supplies that were agreed upon in the contract.
    https://pactforanimals.org/find-a-foster/

    Peace for Pets ~ Safe Haven for Animals is a short term foster care program for the companion animals of individuals who are in a domestic violence situation. There is a link between domestic violence and animal cruelty. Many abusers use the family's pet as a ploy to control and/or intimidate the victim of abuse by threatening to cruelly harm or kill the pets.

    Our foster care program provides service for up to 90 days, making it easier for families to remove themselves from the abusive situation and get the help they need.

    https://peaceforpets.org/safe-haven-for-pets/


    Food & Supplies

    Faith and Deeds Food Pantry
    6921 Morgan Rd., Unit A
    Cleves, Ohio 45002
    513-638-5024

    Catholic Charities of Southwestern Ohio
    7162 Reading Rd Ste 600
    Cincinnati, Ohio 45237
    PHONE NUMBER
    513-241-7745

    Whitewater Church Food Pantry
    5771 State Route 128
    Cleves, Ohio 45002
    513-738-7500
    whitewatercrossing.org
    www.ccswoh.org

    Clermont County Humane Society
    1833 Ohio Pike, Amelia, OH 45102
    513-833-5343

    Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Cincinnati
    513.471.1100
    990 Nassau St
    Cincinnati, Ohio 45206
    ihncincinnati.org

    Pets In Need of Greater Cincinnati
    513-761-PETS (7387)
    520 W. Wyoming Avenue
    Cincinnati, Ohio 45215
    pincincinnati.org
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