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MARCC Community ID Event

  • Woodward High School 7005 Reading Road Cincinnati, OH, 45237 United States (map)
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MARCC Community Identification Card Event

The Metropolitan Area Religious Coalition of Cincinnati (MARCC) and Catholic Charities will be hosting a MARCC ID day on Saturday Oct 21st, 2017 at Woodward High School, 7005 Reading Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45237The Metropolitan Area Religious Coalition of Cincinnati (MARCC) community identification (ID) card will improve the potential for individuals to be recognized and provided with equal protection and due process under the law and receive governmental services in Cincinnati.  The MARCC ID card is for any resident who may have limited access to government issued forms of identification. 

What it is....Recognized as a valid form of identification within the city of Cincinnati by police officers and city agencies except where state and/or federal law requires another form of identification

What it is not... A replacement for a driver’s license or state ID card..A card that provides the right to vote in elections.

The MARCC ID card was created to support a safer, more inclusive and welcoming community. It’s distributed monthly by Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio on behalf of MARCC. The cards may be renewed annually.

How to Get a MARCC ID Card:

Residents seeking to obtain the MARCC ID card need to provide the following information:

·      Photo identification such as an expired driver’s license, national ID card, passport, matricula consular or other embassy ID.

·      Proof of residency (utility bill, current rent agreement, medical record, bank statement) with current address.

·      $15.00 (cash).

Catholic Charities is hosting a MARCC ID day on Saturday, October 21st, 2017 at the Woodward High School, 7005 Reading Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45237. Applicants must attend a mandatory orientation at 12:00 p.m. or at 2:00 pm.

What to Expect:

1.              Listen to the mandatory orientation, where you will learn about the benefits and limitations of the MARCC ID card and then engage in valuable dialogue with law enforcement and other community partners. 

2.              Your existing photo identification and proof of residency will be reviewed and entered while your picture is taken.  Documents will be returned to you.

The MARCC ID card will be reviewed, printed and mailed to your current address within two weeks. 

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