CINCINNATI (Feb. 10, 2017) – Joseph House, an Over-the-Rhine-based nonprofit focusing on the treatment and recovery of veterans suffering from addiction, launched its new brand identity and website today.
When creating its new look and feel, and online client-facing materials, Joseph House sought to highlight its programming, resources and staff, while paying homage to its military roots.
“We wanted our new brand identity to be reflective of our mission to serve our veteran clients, community and country,” said Nate Pelletier, executive director at Joseph House. “The new website creates a very user-friendly experience, allowing those seeking help to find it quickly. It highlights the assets that make our program great: our people, our community and partners, and success stories.”
Certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, Joseph House offers transitional to permanent housing for up to 100 clients, in-patient and out-patient chemical dependency counseling and treatment programs, case management services and educational programs that stimulate employment opportunities, financial stability, relationship counseling and more.
“We’re excited to get the Joseph House name back out in the community,” Pelletier added. “We have great community and industry partners, and we look forward to using our new identify and website as a springboard to helping more veterans in need.”
Joseph House employs certified clinicians and counselors who treat each client as an individual, leveraging the agency’s diverse network of experts and resources to maximize the ability of its programming to encourage and empower positive change.
Visit JosephHouse.com and Facebook.com/TheJosephHouse for more information. If you or someone you love is suffering from addiction, contact Joseph House today at 513-241-2965.