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Tender Mercies is pleased to announce that it has received an allocation of 9% Low Income Housing Tax Credits to develop additional housing to serve homeless adults with histories of mental illness.

Tender Mercies has received a $25,000 grant from the Greater Cincinnati Foundation to further its mission through a technology and database development project that will achieve improved resident record management, reporting, and program outcomes.

Founded in 1985, Tender Mercies is a non-profit organization that has transformed the lives of hundreds of local homeless men and women with mental illness by providing them with security, dignity and community in a place they call home. Annually, Tender Mercies provides more than 200 men and women with housing that is safe, sanitary, respectable and affordable.  To prevent a return to homelessness, Tender Mercies assists with obtaining benefits and services such as GED and vocational training, independent living skills and crisis intervention.