Precious Life Center, Ohio
Precious Life Center, Ohio

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Precious Life Center

11406 Reading Rd

Sharonville, OH 45241


Precious Life Home

710 Oakleaf Drive

Dayton, Ohio, 45417

Phone :(937)830-0157


Precious life Services

245 W. Elmwood Dr #207

Dayton, OH 45458



PLC Transportation

6100 Oak Tree Blvd

suite 200

Cleveland, OH 44131



PLC Ghana:

682 Anokye Rd

Bantama, Kumasi

Ghana, West Africa





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LIFE CENTER OF GHANA, Non-Profit organization was formed by Ruth Yeboah and a group of social workers and nurses in january 2000 with initial membership of 15 PLHIV who came together to share their experiences and discuss issues of concern, including health, nutritional, economic and socio-cultural issues. As well as Programs designed to support teenage mothers to obtain voccational trainning  to support themselves and their children.

The organization was registered in 2000 with Registrar General Department and Department of Social Welfare. The Association has since its formation depended on private institutions, Associations, Donor agencies and Philanthropist for source of funding. Also a member of regional and national networks of PLHIV Associations, LIFE center Association collaborates with other PLHIV Associations and civil society organizations to push forward the developmental agenda.

Life Center workShop, Inc. “Today and always”

In January 2000, In Ghana, West Africa a group of concerned citizens recognizing the lack of employment training for mentally retarded adults and teenage mothers on road side begging for money and food, Akosua RuthYeboah applied for and received a corporate charter in the name of Life Center Workshop. This humble origin consisted of ten employees and one supervisor at a site obtained from a local Businessman, Transportation consisted of one donated 1988 Nissan Quest used to transport clients to the program.

In 2012 a growing Life Centre, extend its program to Ohio. Continuously adapting in ) 08/2013, Life Centre underwent a name change to Precious Life Center, Inc., when organization extended its services to Ohio reflecting society’s changing views of the abilities of individuals with developmental disabilities and teenage mothers, facing potential of homelessness.

Employment Services Program (E.S.P). Located on Reading Rd .E.S.P offers training and employment opportunities for crews and individual employees at community businesses instead of the traditional workshop setting.

Plan Summary for 2015

PLC is a global health organization dedicated to improving the health of people in Ohio and the developing world by focusing on serious challenges on diseases like Diabetes, hypertension and HIV-Aids, A hallmark of PLC is a commitment to the principle that health services and products are most effective when they are accompanied by strong communications and distribution efforts that help ensure wide acceptance and proper use. In each of its platforms, PLC works in partnership with local governments, ministries of health and local organizations – creating health solutions that are built to last.PLC was founded in 2000 by Ruth A Yeboah and a group of social workers to improve reproductive health. In 2000 PLC’s first HIV prevention project which promoted teen abstinence, PLC added, diabetes and hypertension monitoring, Youth against violence, Car connection programs and extended their program to OHIO in August 2011. PLC will focus on West Africa and two counties in Ohio- Hamilton and Butler Within this geographical  area we will target three specific programs:

  • home health care for diabetes
          and hypertension patient
  • Youth against Violence
  • Car connection
  • individuals with developmental dissabilities
  • Teenage mothers

Within each area, we have two target the individuals, the regional physicians, health care facilities, who refer them to our services. The services we provide should always reflect the mission and oversight of management. We want our clients to know that the quality of service they receive will be excellent,
regardless of the individual service provider performing the service.
We will therefore avoid
the temptation to broaden the scope of our services too quickly. Rather, we will focus our immediate attentions on making the services we offer of the highest possible quality. Only when those services are well-established and  grounded in excellence will we consider expanding our service base. Our goal is to provide services on monthly bases to 20 patients for our home care program, base on 60days care plan for each of our patient, 30-50 youth, and 10-40 car care base on donation receive.
Our communications will be professional, as will our marketing  tools such as brochures, business cards, and advertisements.



Board of Directors

 Ruth Yeboah                       Peter Brown      Patricia I. Nkansah
(President)                                         (Fundraiser)              (Secretary)

Mercy Laing                     Bella Pagan              Eliotte Sawundi
(Vice President)           (Office Manager)        (Welfare Officer)

Scott Spradlin             Atlanta Frimpong       Allen Gourbozi                                                   
(Advisor)                  (Financial Manager)     (Assistant Mechanic)
Calos Autor Repair                       Lisa Ross                       Dietra Morburg
(Head Mechanic)                             (CNP)                            (Nurse)
Danielle Blum                             Charlotte Wiredu        Ruth Smith
(Nurse,Diabetic Educator)      (Nurse)                      (Nurse Educator)
Kimberly Yeboah       Keith Yeboah       Kevin Yeboah     
(Youth Director)        (IT Technition)   (Publisher)           

Rev. Eric Agyei, Rev. Papa Fei, Rev. Dominic Fosu, Eva. Charles Arhin, Rev. Francis Amoako

( Chaplains)

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