Welcome to the Ohio bar Christopher Diedling! Swearing in a new Juvenile Court staff attorney-we are grateful to have this outstanding lawyer working with us to help children and serve Hamilton County
I am thrilled to announce that Juvenile Court in partnership with Cincinnati Public Schools created a tutoring program for children held in detention. Here are two of the tutor volunteers. They are making a difference helping a child find success in school.
Want to help the most vulnerable children find success in school, work towards obtaining their diploma, break the cycle of poverty, and help neighborhoods become safer? We are looking for more volunteer tutors. If you have an interest, please contact Chris Kleeman at 946-9209 for additional information.
With Judge Lisa Allen, former Colerain Police Chief Dan Meloy and Dr Ortiz at UC Medical School today for the Latino Health Summit. We were on the panel discussing the Heroin epidemic in Hamilton County. Thank you Judge Marilyn Zayas for the invite!
Nice to meet Walnut Hills sophomore, Sydney Kitchen who interviewed me for her teen anti-drug and alcohol project. Great work and a noble cause Sydney! You are making a difference😀
I am so excited to share wonderful news that Hamilton County Juvenile Court will begin in August to be a host business site for PROJECT SEARCH.
PROJECT SEARCH is a year long program, for Cincinnati Public School high school graduates with significant disabilities, to learn independent living skills and most importantly experience real-life employment through internships and job training. It is a wonderful program that affects not only the youth but also their entire family as their child becomes an independent productive adult.
Juvenile Court is making a significant difference in the lives of others, particularly our youth, that will have a direct impact on making Cincinnati a strong and safe place for everyone. Our future is bright!
Working in partnership with Lululemon, I filmed a brief part today for a grant to fund Mindful Yoga Therapy for all children held in detention. Like combat veterans in trouble with the law, justice involved children have experienced significant trauma. MYT was an important wellness tool that helped reduce recidivism. Thank you Jen Wright Schneeman
A wonderful event for everyone, but I also want to share with all veterans since a veteran is one of the organizers. A wellness, healthy way to start the July 4th weekend
Celebrating the children with extraordinary obstacles graduating from High School. I had the honor to meet the keynote motivational speaker, Inky Johnson. His heartfelt message to become what you desire and to make a difference in the lives of others was powerful.