Su Casa Hispanic Center
The Su Casa Hispanic Center, a program of Catholic Charities of Southwestern Ohio, serves the Hispanic/Latino immigrants who are seeking a better life for themselves and their families. Some undertake the dangerous journey to migrate to the U.S. in search of a better future, while some have resided in the U.S. for many years.
This community often has limited access to employment, education, and social services. These men and women are hardworking, ethical, and contribute greatly to our community. The newcomers pay taxes, improve the economy and are essential to the economic welfare of our region. These immigrants are the latest wave who have migrated to Cincinnati—enriching our culture and joining the long line of German, Irish, Jewish, Polish & Easter European immigrants who have come to Cincinnati looking for a fresh start.
Founded in 1997, Su Casa is the primary provider of social, educational, language, employment and health care services to the Hispanic/Latino community in Greater Cincinnati. The mission is self-sufficiency for the poor and vulnerable of the immigrant community that comes to the U.S. looking for a better way of life for their families.
Su Casa strives to become the place where Latinos/Hispanics individuals connect with their culture and develop ways to live healthy and fulfilled lives in the United States. We have an established reputation and a dedicated and professional team of professionals trusted throughout the community.
Our services depend on volunteers, supplies, equipment, and monetary donations. Learn how you can help. Join us for the 18th Annual Silent Auction and Awards Dinner — the only fundraising event Su Casa holds each year. This year, the event will be Thursday, April 27 at Xavier University’s Cintas Center.