When Good People Work Together

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When Good People Work Together

The following organization provides home repair services for families and individuals in the Cincinnati, OH area: True to its name, People Working Cooperatively (PWC) is comprised of professionally trained and licensed staff along with thousands of volunteers who work together to provide home repairs and a variety services to Ohio residents. PWC's goal is to provide a higher quality of living for low-income, elderly and disabled residents so that they can remain in their homes and live as independently as possible. To meet all the needs of its clients, PWC uses the "whole-house" approach to assess all the needs of the home and determine which services are needed. The services offered by PWC include: 192499_wheelchair_ramp.jpg Home Weatherization Program Electric Partnership Program (EPP) Emergency Home Repairs Critical Home Repairs Home Maintenance Services Mobility Modifications For more information about PWC and the services it offers or to determine your eligibility, call (513) 351-7921 or 1-800-392-7921.

People Working Cooperatively, Inc.
4612 Paddock Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45229
Tel: (513) 351-7921
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