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Cheers to 10 Years: New Riff Honors Brighton Center

July 18, 2024

Cheers to 10 Years: New Riff Honors Brighton Center

Brighton Center Receives $34,000 Donation as part of New Riff Distilling’s 10th Anniversary Celebrations

(Newport, KY – July 12, 2024) Cheers to 10 years! Brighton Center is thrilled to receive a $34,000 donation as part of New Riff Distilling’s 10th Anniversary celebration release of Headliner, which will become an annual release.

This celebration solidifies New Riff Distilling’s commitment to the community. On Thursday, July 11, Brighton Center and New Riff joined together to celebrate the kick-off of a 10-day lineup of events in the Aquifer tasting room at the distillery. Brighton Center was presented with a check for $34,000 by New Riff Distilling CEO Hannah Lowen.

“Community partners help us carry out our mission, and this amazing support will help us work every day to create opportunities for individuals and families to reach self-sufficiency. We are deeply grateful for New Riff Distilling’s support and the customers who supported this initiative. As a community-based organization, we are proud to partner with other local organizations that are using their products to innovate and support the Northern Kentucky region,” said Wonda Winkler, President & CEO of Brighton Center.

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Brighton Center Chosen as New Riff Charitable Partner for 10th Anniversary Celebrations

July 08, 2024

New Riff Distilling Marks Decade Milestone with Limited Release, 10 Days of Celebrations

Headliner release highlights 10-year bourbon

Newport, KY (June 26, 2024) - - - Celebrating its 10th anniversary this week, New Riff Distilling announced the Headliner special edition will take center stage along with a 10-day lineup of events at the distillery in July. This will be the first release of Headliner, which will become an annual release, and it is anchored by the distillery’s first batches of bourbon, now 10 years old. For more information, visit 

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Housing needs revealed in Northern Kentucky data walks

June 12, 2024

Northern Kentucky organizations are holding data walks across the region to help form a community-driven housing strategy.  

Read the LINK NKY story here: Housing Study Data Walks

Brighton Center Receives $2,000 Donation from White Castle’s Charity of Choice Program

April 04, 2024

Brighton Center recently received a $2,000 donation from White Castle’s regional manufacturing plant located in Covington. The donation was made through White Castle’s Charity of Choice program, which allows the manufacturing facility to make a donation each quarter to a local nonprofit based upon its safety goals. This is the second time White Castle has selected Brighton Center to receive this donation by putting choice in the hands of their local team members.   

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NEW! Homebuyers Cohort

March 24, 2024

Homebuyer’s Club

Join us for a no-cost, virtual Google Classroom series that covers the complete home-buying process from A to Z. Brighton Center Financial Wellness Coaches present the online workshops to help you prepare to buy a home and eliminate any barriers on the way to achieving homeownership. This amazing opportunity also includes one-on-one sessions with a Financial Coach to address your personal goals.


If you're interested, feel free to submit an application of interest using the link below.  Space is limited!

Homebuyer's Club Application of Interest:

Earn a New Well-Being Supporter Credential

March 19, 2024

Be part of the solution!

Become a responsive community member with a new credential that gives you the knowledge to make a difference! This new and exciting opportunity is for all community members to be part of a movement that creates transformative change and supports the well-being of all our neighbors.

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The Community Well-Being Credential focuses on enhancing individuals’ knowledge of well-being, primary (supports within the community available to everyone) and secondary prevention (access to public services and benefits based on need), and the pivotal role we play in the primary prevention system.

The credential will include topics that enhance your knowledge of Trauma-Informed Care, Family Centered Coaching, Racial Equity, the KYNECT system and its vast resources. Participants will also choose four electives available online covering topics such as Understanding Substance Use Disorder, Making your digital platforms more user-friendly, Stress Reduction, Mutual Aid, and Conflict Resolutions. Consultation calls will occur at the 30 and 60 day marks with a trainer for 1.5 hours. 

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Brighton Center partners with Easterseals Redwood to offer prescribed pediatric extended care

February 29, 2024

CINCINNATI (Feb. 29, 2024) – Easterseals Redwood and Brighton Center announced today a new partnership to support children with medical needs in Northern Kentucky through Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care (PPEC) services.  

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Brighton Recovey Center Featured on Spectrum News 1

February 19, 2024

Partnership with Boone County helps women thrive in recovery

By Ryan Hayes-Owens Kentucky
PUBLISHED 5:58 PM ET Feb. 16, 2024

FLORENCE, Ky. — Boone County is continuing its partnership with the Brighton Recovery Center for Women. Almost $190,000 will go toward helping the center continue their work in Northern Kentucky.  

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Brighton Center Awards Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr. Foundation with the Elizabeth Herald Community of Support Award

December 20, 2023

Each year, Brighton Center, Inc. recognizes an individual, business, or organization for their efforts in partnering or collaborating with Brighton Center over time for the good of the community with the Elizabeth Herald Community of Support Award. We are proud to announce that Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr. Foundation is this year’s recipient! 

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Data for Equity Funding Collaborative awards $275,000 to bolster health equity

December 08, 2023

Eleven community organizations receive funding to develop their capacity for equitable data and evaluation

CINCINNATI (December 5, 2023) — The Data for Equity Funding Collaborative, a partnership among bi3,  HealthPath Foundation of Ohio and Interact for Health announced funding awards for 11 Greater Cincinnati nonprofit organizations to develop their organizational capacity around data and evaluation in service of health equity. Each organization chosen for the Data for Equity Funding Collaborative will receive a $25,000 grant over 12 months. 

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