Professional Development Series

Join us Thursday, November 10, 2011 for a Professional Development Series.

We have brought together area specialists to share their expertise in issues important to you: Non-profit insurance, accounting and human resource management.  Participants will be able to register for all three sessions or for individual sessions – Space is limited.  Check below for the schedule:

  • 9am – 10am – William C Mense – Non-Profit Insurance
    United Heartland Insurance AgenciesWebsite
  • 10am – 11am – Jim Clark – CPA
    Lloyd, Darner, Guenther & Ellis – Find them on Facebook
  • 11am – 12pm – Lee Geiger – Attorney
    Graydon HeadWebsite

These sessions are designed to answer some of your important questions, such as:

  • What is Director’s and Officer’s Insurance?
  • Do I need an audit?
  • What can I say in an interview?
  • Do I need a General Liability policy for my non-profit?
  • What is a 990 and do I have to submit one to the IRS?
  • What financial statements should I provide to my Board?
  • Can I ask someone about their religious beliefs in my faith-based non-profit?

You can register for this event by calling us at 513.858.1738 or by visiting our website.

Contact us soon as space is limited!


Free SAMHSA Homelessness Resource Center Webcast

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is offering a FREE webcast on Thursday, Jan 27, 2011 from 1 – 2:30pm (ET) called “Promoting a Healthy Work Environment in Homeless Services: What Works.”

Here’s the description from the website:

People working in homeless services, regardless of their position, face challenging working conditions and are at risk of burnout. How can agencies best support staff and promote a positive work environment? Sign up for a free SAMHSA HRC webcast to learn more. Presenters Ken Kraybill, B.J. Iacino, Ayala Livny, and Tye Deines will share lessons learned and offer strategies for promoting a healthy workplace. The presenters will describe the characteristics of a trauma-informed healthy work environment and will address topics ranging from: identifying organizational core values, developing a “learning environment,” ensuring effective supervision, integrating consumers, practicing inclusive decision-making and promoting self-care.

Those who should attend this webcast are direct service providers, outreach workers, case managers, peer support specialists, project directors, supervisors and team leaders.


Ken Kraybill is Director of Training at the Center for Social Innovation.
B.J. Iacino is the Director of Education and Advocacy at the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless.
Ayala Livny is the Program Manager for Youth on Fire, a drop-in center for homeless youth ages 14-24 in Cambridge, MA and a program of AIDS Action Committee.
Tye Deines is the Director of Human Resources at the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless.

You can get more information and register for this webcast by going to the SAMHSA webpage.

“City of Hamilton Night” at the Reds Game – July 30th, 2010

July 30th was “City of Hamilton Night” at the Great American Ball Park.  The Reds played the Atlanta Braves to kick off the first game of the series.  Mayor Pat Moeller was honored to throw the ceremonial first pitch to the West Side Little League catcher, David Hughes.  Several Council members participated in the pregame ceremonies which included the presentation of a check to the Joe Nuxhall Character Education Fund.  Joe’s son, Kim Nuxhall, accepted the check of $2,010 from council members Carla Fiehrer, Kathy Klink, Bob Brown, Tim Naab and Mayor Pat Moeller. 

City of Hamilton Night at the Great American Ball Park

The gift from the city was timely as July 30th was also the birthday of “Hamilton Joe” Joe Nuxhall, who died in 2007. 

 Hamilton city’s police and fire honor guard with the Hamilton High School JROTC participated in the program activities as well.

 The evening was finished with a beautiful fireworks display over the stadium and the Ohio River.

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Testimonials from the CDP Training Conference held January 2010 in Hamilton, Ohio.

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