Women's Residency - Goodman Place

Goodman Place is a supportive, residential program for women, and transitional youth, who are homeless and have a mental health diagnosis. Services include:
  • Diagnostic Assessment
  • Residential care
  • Independent Living Skills Training
  • Psychoeducational Groups
  • Self Sufficiency Skills Education
  • Medication Monitoring Program
  • Educational Services
TO qualify for the program, a person  needs to have a mental health diagnosis and be in treatment for that diagnosis. In addition, income is required with the ability to pay $150-$400 per month. Rent is based on40% of the client's adjusted gross income. 


There are a variety of groups meeting at the YWCA, including Domestic Violence support groups, therapeutic art class, Hip Hop dance, Bible study, Community Gathering, AGLOW Luncheon, and much more.
The facility is the historic YWCA building at 244 Dayton Street in Hamilton, Ohio. Built in 1932, the building which houses 31 efficiency apartments. Each apartment has its own bathroom and a kitchenette. Residents have on-site access to a coin-operated laundry facility and a community kitchen, which has a stove, dishwasher, and full-sized refrigerator. The YWCA building is within walking distance of stores, employment, medical services, and social service organizations.

Residence Director: Christa Carnahan LISW-S

Phone: [513]856-9800

The YWCA is accredited for its business practices and Mental health program (Goodman Place) by CARF (Council on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities).
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