tri-state care network Program

Over the past several years, Caring Partners International has created and supplied the Tri-State Care Network – a coalition of local churches, drop-in centers, halfway houses, and other faith-based community organizations that provide health care supplies and personal hygiene products to the most needy in our communities. Caring Partners International does not engage in any direct patient/client contact, but works to equip local organizations in meeting the needs of their community. As such, we rely upon these local institutions to distribute the critical supplies into the community. Further, CPI and its partners utilize community volunteers to assist with receiving, sorting, and distributing these supplies, increasing volunteerism in Southwest Ohio.

There are people living in the Tri-State area who are unable to acquire the basic provisions necessary for their personal care and well-being. Because family budgets are under stress, families often go without critical personal care and hygiene products such as:

  • Home Health Products (Wheelchairs, Walkers, Crutches, etc.)
  • Dental Hygiene Products (Toothbrushes, toothpaste, floss, mouthwash)
  • Bath & Hand Soap
  • Lotions (Body & Hand)
  • Toilet Paper & Tissues
  • Shampoo & Conditioners
  • Feminine Hygiene Products
  • Baby Care Products (Diapers, Wipes, etc.)
  • Linens (Sheets, Pillow cases, Towels, Wash Cloths, etc.)
  • Food Supplements (Vitamins, etc.)

These same families often have to stretch their food budget and the nutritional health of their children suffers. Adult, Children & Prenatal vitamins are prohibitively expensive, so poor nutrition is an accompanying issue within these families. CPI has a 20 year history in the acquisition, warehousing, and distribution of medical supplies and personal care items, and we have leveraged our supply-chain expertise for the benefit of our communities.

Caring Partners International makes these critical supplies available to its Tri-State Care Network and partner ministries to enable them to meet both physical and spiritual needs in their own communities.