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Change the Outlook for Young Moms
"I had never met an adult who had been through the same thing I was going through. She (Rosemary) is someone I want my son to grow up around."
-Ty, age 18, Baby 1 years old
What is Holloway House?
Holloway House & Resource Center is a managed site for teen parent families. The facility will provide business & educational resources as well as transitional housing, continuation of care, workforce development, and address any/all needs related to teen parents in Greater Cincinnati.
Supportive Housing is a highly integrated system of living arrangements and professional case management services that provides pregnant and/or parenting teens a safe place to live, 24-hour access to caring adults, and connections to community resources that provide share responsibility plans.
This system helps young parents develop necessary life skills and secure resources needed to maintain housing throughout adulthood. Supportive housing programs can be more effective when young parents shape and direct their future in partnership with case managers and other key staff.
Who Will Be Served?
This property will serve teen parents ages 13-19 years of age of all ethnicities, sexual orientations, socioeconomics, and religious backgrounds.
Residential housing will serve teen parents 16-21 years who are in foster care, homeless, emancipated, or who have been displaced by unforeseen circumstances.
Thirty-five percent of teen parents in Greater Cincinnati are homeless.
There is currently NO supportive housing options and/or continuation of care programming that provides a skills-building foundation to help young parents develop self-sufficiency so that they may be successful engaged parents and productive members of their community.
(A Public Health Concern & Social Injustice)
The 2016 teen birth rate in Cincinnati was estimated to be 43.3 births per 1,000 women between 15-19 years old.
There are more than 3,000 teen births yearly in Hamilton County.
There are 12,000+ births to teen parents yearly in Ohio, Kentucky & Indiana.
Of RBC’s 871 families served, 30% of teen parents live in Avondale
A reduction in high school dropouts adds a tax revenue of $260K per teen to the tri-state area. Resulting in a life tax revenue of $26M, per 100 teens served.
A reduction in dual pregnancies of 100 teen parents is a cost savings of $1.6M to the tri-state area. 50% of teens who have a baby are far more likely to have a second child before.
RBC has partnered with R.E.A.L Truth Inc. who will implement programming for youth and their families. This program’s focus is safety, self-defense, laws and regulations, and lifestyle changes as it relates to violence.
Our Dream Home
"The Rubel House"
Potential Location for Holloway House
Rosemary’s Babies Company is requesting support in the purchasing and/ development of a commercial/
multi-use property in North Avondale located at
3864 Reading Road, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45229.
This property is 6,400 sq. feet, 7 bedrooms and
4 bathrooms with backyard, full kitchen, and dining area.
Our vision is for this property to house up to
7 Teen Parents. The facility will have 8 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, indoor & outdoor play areas,
2-multi-use work areas w/tech lab, an area for self-care. Private office spaces for community partners for rent.
The property will need the following renovations & improvements:
Rear driveway replacement & expansion
Replace or renew doors, finishes, and fixtures
Paint walls & room remodels
The following inspections are necessary:
Home inspection including termite
Mold remediation & removal
The Latest News
Fate of North Avondale mansion in Limbo as Neighbors Debate About Nonprofit that Supports Teen Moms
December 4, 2020
Community Supporters of the Project
Businesses | Organizations | Partners
City of Cincinnati
Urban League of Greater Cincinnati
Healthcare Access Now
Avondale Development Corporation
Avondale Community Council
Dinsmore & Shohl/DSD Advisors
The Rubel Family
IFF: Strengthening Families
Shannon Crutchfield, Coldwell Banker
Gloria Samuel, VP
Kat Steiner, VP
Ronald Bryant, President
Tony Aloise, CEO
Reginald Harris, VP
Ross Meyer, VP