A spokeswoman for the Freestore Foodbank in Cincinnati, which appears on the list, said the group doesn’t provide any medical services at all, although it helps people enroll in healthcare. “We’re just a drug and alcohol treatment center,” said a representative for the Center for Chemical Addictions, also on the list.
The website for the Mayores Senior Center, another entry, is silent on reproductive health services but notes that the center offers a nutritional health program, arts and crafts, casino trips and bingo. “Crest Smile Shoppe,” reads the website for another location on the list, “provides the following health services: dental services”.
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