Precious Life Center, Ohio
Precious Life Center, Ohio

Want to Become a Volunteer?


Please call us at:

 (513)563-SAVE or fill out our contact form.


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





The Next Campaign to End Hunger! For information on how to participate, please contact us.

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Upcoming Events


Precious Life Center

Home care

Diabetic monitoring

Do you have Diabetes ? Are you having signs and symptoms of Hyper/hypoglycemia?

We can Help! You are not alone!

You do not have to face it alone!


Call: (513)563-SAVE

for appointments and questions.

Our mission is serving our community to grow.




           We are group of professional Nurses, trained volunteers and we operate on financial donations by individuals and organizations.



We are independent, non-political, non-sectioned, and are prepared to help whether you are single or married, regardless of age, race or religion and is tax deductable under section 501c3 organization.




Service Butler,Warren, clermont, franklin,mortgomery.and

Hamilton County in Ohio 


Reach out for life!



Referral Process

Contacting the Nurse coordinator begins the process. Initial nurse visit will be made to best understand the needs of the individual.

 Hours of Operation

   Monday-Friday: 9am-4pm

   Saturday: 11am-4pm


Precious Life Center

11406 Reading Rd

Sharonville, OH 45246


Phone: (513)563-7283

Fax: (513)563-1234



Offer free:


  •  Monitoring blood glucose
  •   Administering antidiabetics/insulin
  •   Full body assessment
  •  Monitoring circulatory and skin
  •  Prevention of ulcer formation
  •  Monitoring VS
  •  Monitoring for hyper/hypoglycemia
    •  Monitoring diet
    •  Referral for community resources
    •  Educate patient and family
    •  Monthly Nursing care plan
    •  Other assistance depending on your particular circumstances and needs


What is diabetes?

Diabetes is the condition in which the body does not properly process food for use as energy. Most of the food we eat is turned into glucose, or sugar, for our bodies to use for energy. The pancreas, an organ that lies near the stomach, makes a hormone called insulin to help glucose get into the cells of our bodies. When you have diabetes, your body either doesn't make enough insulin or can't use its own insulin as well as it should. This causes sugars to build up in your blood. This is why many people refer to diabetes as “sugar.”

Diabetes can cause serious health complications including heart disease, blindness, kidney failure, and lower-extremity amputations. According to CDC Diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death in the United States.

   Normal                                 Diabetes                        

Fasting blood sugar 80-99 mg/dl       126 mg/dl and above

Random blood sugar 80-139 mg/dl   200 mg/dl and above

2 hr glucose tol test 80-139 mg/dl     200 mg/dl and above



  •  Bring proof of insuarance/ ID card
  •  Proof of residency/
  •  Current bill





Affiliates and supporters:

  •  Ohio Homecare Program
  •  Center for Diseases Control and prevention
  •  Heartbeat International Columbus, OH
  •  Life Center of Long Island, NY
  •  Life Center of Ghana,
  •  Medical Mission international, W. Africa
  •  USA Nails Cincinnati, OH



All services offered are free!




Adults and Kids Day PROGRAM for individuals with Developmental Disabilities


11406 Reading Rd  Sharonville, Ohio, 45241  513 563 7283                                              
    Please join us for a taste of all that are offered at PLC. Enjoy light fare and drinks while meeting our professional and trained volunteers.

We look forward to seeing you from 9am to 4pm on Saturday, May 17th
2014, Your RSVP may be sent to



Here you can learn about our latest projects and what's new at our organization.

Sunrock Farm

SunrockFarm: Educational and Family Tours

Giving children and their families a
chance to experience nature first                                                                                            hand along with a chance to learn                                                                               

 about Earthand the nature around them.


car connections program


Are you out of work because of car problem and need help? We can help!!


  • Free oil, and filter change
  • Brakes checks and change

Bring proof of income from all adults in your household, Picture ID, and Social Security card for everyone in the houshold


Call for an appointment (513)-307-1189 





Healthy Living

The Healthy Living is a free news letter that starts Febuary 2013

It features subjects such as diabetes and other medical issues.

for more information contact us at



February 2013                               Newsletter


From PLC client:

“I am glad I found PLC, their nurses are professional and
extreme nice, I learn so much for the past few weeks. I am glad to have a nurse
home visit every week to monitor my illness, to stay healthy and leave longer,
also to keep my diabetes under control. My nurse thought me how to keep track
of my blood sugar results with a log, eat a low-carb diet and to walk as much
as possible." –Mary A. 64


Triumph over Diabetes

One of the most important things to keep in mind when you
learn you have diabetes is that you have a lot of power. You got the Power to
make healthier decisions, and to take better care of yourself and triumph over
this illness.

Remember, too, that you're not alone! Tens of millions of
Americans have type 1 or 2 diabetes. Many
have successfully integrated type 2 diabetes treatments into their daily
routines and are living full and happy lives. Some of our clients are managing
to control their blood sugar without medications and insulin by eating healthy
and exercising.

It's important to know that you don't have to figure out everything at once. Having type1 or 2
diabetes will be a challenge at times, which is why, along with your Precious
Life Diabetes monitoring, we're here to support you and share key information
on symptoms, treatments and new lifestyle habits you can start today.


Take a look at the
PLC High Blood Pressure Program

Save on Co-pays, Eat
Healthy, Be Active, Manage Stress, Stay on Track

Save on Co-pays:

The co-pay savings card: An important part of PLC Blood
Pressure Program

The program helps you to pay for your medicine and help stay on track to lower your blood pressure.
Eligible clients receive a free Savings of co-pay savings card. Use your co-pay
savings card for eligible prescriptions of your blood pressure medicine. You
can save on your medicine with PLC every 12 Months, we will reimburse your prescriptions
co-payment up to $50 or use our savings card to a qualify clients.

Healthy eating:

What you choose to  eat can have a big effect on your blood pressure. That’s why your doctor may
have talked with you about making healthy eating habits a part of your
treatment plan.

It may not be easy to change your habits at first. It’s good
to know there are ways to give old favorites a healthy new twist. Making some small changes in your eating habits, you know that healthy choices, like eating well and being active, are
part of managing blood pressure. But you need information and support to help
you make healthy choices. PLC blood
pressure Program can help you make the right choices.

Be Active: High blood pressure and being

Maybe your workday is  full. Or you’re busy with daily family activities. Just thinking about exercise
may tire you. But to manage high blood pressure, it's important to fit in some
physical activity throughout your week.

It may help to  remember that regular physical activity can reenergize both body and mind.
Being a little more active may be easier than you think. If you can find 10
minutes here and there, you may be able to plan a few activity breaks. PLC will
encourage you and monitor your physical activities weekly.


Manage Stress: Stress does not directly cause high blood
pressure. But when life gets stressful, people react in different ways. Some
may eat too much or eat unhealthy foods. Others may smoke, drink alcohol, or
lose sleep. These habits can lead to high blood pressure.

You may not be able to avoid stress in your life. But you can control how you react to it. Taking
it step by step, you can help lower stress. Your big benefit: lowering stress
may help lower blood pressure.

Stay on track:

It can be so easy to come up with reasons for not sticking
with your treatment plan. Maybe you're so busy that you've said, "I just
don't have time for this!" Or maybe you lose track of time and think,
"It's okay if I miss a dose … or two."

When you take medicine every day, you may run into a
roadblock now and then. But it's important to get back on track, and stay on
track with our program.

If you have a question! we have the

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513-563-SAVE or Email:









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