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About The William Brady Charitable Organization Inc.
Over the past 8 years the organization have been successful in operating a residential program. The program target individuals experiencing serious mental problems. The majority of individuals housed in the residential program would normally be living on the streets or residing in a homeless shelter. The program provides residents with shelter, meals, telephone service, and cable TV. The residences also have housekeeping responsibilities, such as cleaning their rooms, kitchen and living area as part of their chores. Each resident is staffed by a full-time live-in monitor. The house monitor is responsible for the daily management of the house including the supervision of tenants. The program is governed by strict roles; however, clients are treated with respect (as adults).

Currently the program operates 11 sober houses with a capacity of 60 individuals. The majority of these individuals are referred by various community and institutional sources. Since the conception in 2009, the program has served more than 3,000 individuals and that number continues to grow.

​We have existed through small donations from individuals and organization. Also, we have received assistance from food pantries and local retailers ( e.g., grocery stores, etc.). Mr. Brady and Ms. Carlisle keeps the program running. Our Adopt-A-Client Program allows those individuals with no resources to be adopted by someone who donates funds to the program. The program pays the client’s upkeep for one month. This will cover the clients rent, food and other necessities. The funds are allocated to the following:


Housing
Food
Utilities
Cable TV
Access to Telephone Services
Basic Housekeeping
Among Other Services

​Our Organization collaborates and partners, nurses, case managers, physicians, etc. We also work with numerous public & private organizations and home health care agencies to insure the highest quality of care possible for our clients.
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The William Brady Charitable Organization Inc. is a tax-exempt 501 (c)(3)  Nonprofit Organization Your Gift is Tax- deductible as allowed by Law
Mr. William Brady is the founder of the WBCO in Columbus, Ohio. After 20 years of struggling with his own addictions that led to the streets, Mr. Brady changed his life forever. He searched for his place in a clean society and by God's grace he went from the streets to helping others in desperate need. After starting up his own cleaning company in 2007, Mr. Brady saved funds to start the WBCO, Inc. in 2009. In August 2012, WBCO became a 501(c)(3).
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​President/Owner
Executive Director/Owner
Ms. Karen Carlisle is the Executive Director for the program and has been in this position since the program’s opening in 2009. She is a 1977 graduate of Brookhaven High School in Columbus, Ohio.
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AFFILIATIONS:
The William Brady Charitable Organization, Inc. is affiliated with the following organizations and has established an excellent working relationship with all of them below:
Dublin Springs Hospital 
Netcare
Third Episcopal District Prison Ministries
North Central Mental Health Services
Southeast Mental Health Services
Alvis House
Concourse Mental Health Services
Ohio Psychiatric for Mental Health
Twin Valley Behavioral Health
COVA
Buckeye Home Health
Premier First Home Healthcare
Impact
Columbus Area Mental Health
Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services The Mashburn Law Office
Simms Home Healthcare
O.H.P.
Riverside Grant Hospital
The Mid Ohio Food Bank
The William Brady Charitable Organization, Inc. is a 501-c3 organization.



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MEET THE TEAM
Community Relations
 Director
Mr. Kerr is responsible for achieving the organization's fundraising goals and plans. He also manages all aspects of The Development Program, Annual Fund, Direct Mail, Donor Relations, databases and bringing the community together.
Karen Carlisle
TJ Kerr
William Brady
E:WilliamBrady@wbcoi.org