The quality of care Lindner Center of HOPE provides to our patients, and our outstanding reputation in the mental health field, are the result of our greatest asset – our talented and dedicated staff. Our unique and comprehensive approach to mental health care challenges our employees to create and maintain a world-class experience for patients and their families. We take great pride in the consistently high scores we receive on patient satisfaction surveys.

Our core values:

Service, Teamwork, Achieving excellence and Respect, are reflected in every person who works here. We embrace the many talents, skills, and experiences our employees bring to Lindner Center of HOPE. Our employees are encouraged to express ideas, and share their unique backgrounds and experience to improve patient care, and strengthen referrer and community relations.

At Lindner Center of HOPE, we offer you the opportunity for a very fulfilling career by working for an organization that truly makes a difference in the lives of people living with mental illness.

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Volunteer Opportunities at Lindner Center of HOPE

Volunteer Role Description

Role TitleSpiritual Care Volunteer

SupervisorSpiritual Care Coordinator

Schedule: Varies by role


  1. Will offer spiritual interventions, both group and individual, for patients and families receiving inpatient and residential services through the Lindner Center of HOPE.
  2. Provide religious/spiritual counseling and guidance to patients and families.
  3. Facilitate Enrichment groups and record data on patient electronic medical record.

Skills Needed:

  1. Demonstrate the values of the Lindner Center of HOPE of service, teamwork, achieving excellence and respect. Follows all policies regarding patient confidentiality.
  2. One to two years of experience providing pastoral care or counseling required; Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) training preferred.
  3. Membership in good standing in a faith community required.
  4. Strong interpersonal skills; ability to collaborate well.
  5. Basic computer skills and knowledge.


  1. Attend general orientation.
  2. May attend some clinical orientation, depending on role.
  3. Will train with Spiritual Care Coordinator for specific role.

Contact for more information:

Rebecca Woods, M.Div.
Spiritual Care Coordinator
Lindner Center of HOPE


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Greater Cincinnati / Mason

Greater Cincinnati Area
The Cincinnati area is one of the most desirable places to live, work and have fun. Partners for Livable Communities named Cincinnati one of 30 most livable communities in the country for “its success in blending its culture, rich heritage and the arts with social and economic initiatives that created an exceptional quality of life.”

By all measures, Cincinnati has everything and every possible resource to make it livable and maintain its high quality of life.


Cincinnati’s Assets:

A variety of strong educational choices are available. Greater Cincinnati boasts 70 school districts, more than 250 private and parochial schools and top-notch higher education at 20 colleges and universities, plus the world’s largest vocational school district.

Cincinnati offers an abode for every budget, in every part of the region. Whether you crave the convenience of urban living or long for a great piece of land, there is plenty to pick from in the Cincinnati area.

Cincinnati’s medical community has a rich history of innovation and today celebrates some of the nation’s highest ranked hospitals.

The area is the perfect place to do business. It is home to 10 Fortune 500 and 17 Fortune 1,000 firms and 300 foreign-owned companies. The region has a stable economy, and its residents are engaged in various industries such as manufacturing, retail and wholesale, healthcare, research & development, service and high tech, finance and insurance.

Quality of life and wonderful amenities keep Cincinnati’s more than 2 million residents in the area. The variety of art and cultural riches plays a major role. Residents enjoy such world class arts as the Cincinnati Symphony & Cincinnati Pops, Cincinnati Opera, Cincinnati Ballet, musical productions at the Aronoff Center for the Arts and the Cincinnati Art Museum.

Top family attractions also draw people to the region. A world renowned zoo, amusement parks and an aquarium are among the favorite spots.

A big draw for Cincinnati are the major sports and recreation, including the Cincinnati Reds baseball team and the Cincinnati Bengals football team. There’s professional hockey, soccer, minor league baseball and arena football. Collegiate sports are also enjoyed in the area along with plenty of recreational activities including horse and car races, golf courses, soccer fields, tennis and volleyball courts, walking and hiking trails.

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Mason, Ohio

According to CNN Money, the city of Mason is one of the top 100 places to live in the United States.

Located 22 miles northeast of Cincinnati in southwestern Warren County, Ohio, Mason has been tagged as the fastest-growing and most populous city in the county.


Property values are soaring. Housing ranges from affordable, traditional styles to elegant, custom-built houses.

Mason has earned a reputation as a progressive, innovative community. The city is a destination for corporations seeking a thriving business environment and for families desiring attractive neighborhoods and nationally ranked schools.

The city of Mason is in the Mason City, Kings Local, and Lebanon City School Districts.

Mason City Schools have been ranked among the top in Ohio’s school systems. Mason City Schools is an “Excellent” district, and has been for eight consecutive administrations of the Ohio Report Card.

Mason is home to many of the Greater Cincinnati area’s most recognized attractions and businesses. Kings Island amusement park, The Beach waterpark, Great Wolf Lodge Hotel/Indoor Waterpark, Procter & Gamble’s Health Care Research Center, the headquarters of Luxottica Retail, and Cintas corporate headquarters. The city is also home to the annual Western-Southern Life Tennis Masters, one of nine required men’s tournaments.

Six city parks cover 242 acres and include fishing lakes, walking trails, ball fields, tennis courts, picnic shelters, and playgrounds. The Mason Community Center is one of the largest public recreation facilities in the state. It features a competition pool, leisure pool, gymnasium, field house, fitness area, weight room, walking track and senior center. A continually expanding network of bike paths connects neighborhoods to schools, parks, and downtown.

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