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CINCINNATI — A center to help veterans successfully transition back into civilian life has been established at a Cincinnati social services site to assist veterans in a tristate area that includes portions of southwest Ohio, northern Kentucky and southeast Indiana.

The new veterans section of the CityLink Center in Cincinnati is being formally launched Saturday.

The veterans center was created by the Tristate Veterans Community Alliance in collaboration with Major League Baseball's Welcome Back Veterans initiative and the Cincinnati Reds. It offers various resources including financial planning and job readiness preparation. The center also refers veterans and their families to other assistance services in the community.

The CityLink Center is an integrated social services site started by a group of social service agencies and supported by faith-based groups, corporations, foundations and individuals.

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