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Elementary School

Delshire

Elementary School

JF Dulles

Elementary School 

Oakdale

Elementary School 

Springmyer

Elementary School

 

COVID-19 Parent Resources

Mental Health

 

Food Resources

Anderson Ferry Church of Christ, 380 Greenwell Ave., 45238; 513-451-3555

Food pantry for families in these zip codes: 45233, 45238, 45247, 45248 and 45211. Drive-through service Mondays and Thursdays, 10 a.m. to noon. Adults must bring a picture ID and piece of mail verifying their household address, along with birth certificates for children. For more information: Anderson Ferry Church of Christ Food Pantry on Facebook.https://www.facebook.com/AFFoodpantry/

 

Central Church of Christ, 3501 Cheviot Ave. 45211 

Drive-through/walk-up meal each Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. All area residents are welcome. For more information:  http://centralchurchofchrist1.homestead.com/

 

Freestore Foodbank 112 E. Liberty St. 45202

Offers 55-pound prepackaged food parcels to families in need, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., This is not a drive-through service. People enter the site, sign in and receive the package of food.https://freestorefoodbank.org/

 

Cincinnati Recreation Commission

Hunger Alliance Ready to Eat Meals available for pickup. All CRC recreation centers (except Leblond, OTR and Oakley). Monday - Friday from 2:30 - 4:30 for anyone 18 and under. 

Close to our area:

  • Price Hill Recreation Center, 959 Hawthorne Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45205 

  • Dunham Recreation Center, 4356 Dunham Road, Cincinnati, OH 45238 

  • Westwood Town Hall, 3017 Harrison Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45211

 

Housing Assistance

Homeless Coalition of Cincinnati

Central Access Point (CAP)

513-381-SAFE

*If you qualify they can assist with the deposit and initial rent payment.

 

Utilities Assistance

Duke Energy: Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP)

The Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) may help pay part of your heating bills if you qualify as a low-income household. All households who pay home energy costs directly or indirectly as a non-designated portion of their rent may receive benefits. To apply for the HEAP Program:

 

Greater Cincinnati Water Works

If customers need assistance with bill payment and/or bill payment options, please call GCWW's Customer Contact Center at 513-591-7700 (7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. ET, Monday- Friday).

GCWW has stopped all shutoffs and is making sure you have the water you need during this challenging time.

 

Transportation Assistance

Freestore Foodbank 112 E. Liberty St. 45202

They can provide bus passes to help families attend doctor’s appointments, search for employment or travel to a new job for the first two weeks. Bus passes with transfers, including Ohio and Kentucky, are made available with proof of appointment, employment or interview.

https://freestorefoodbank.org/transportation-assistance/

 

Clothing/Food/Household Items

Threads of Hope

Free gently used quality clothing and household items to anyone in need

125 Miami Ave. North Bend, OH 45052. [email protected] For Emergency Needs Only: 513-484-9312.

 

 

Homeless Youth

Affordable Colleges Online: Homeless Student Guide

Resources for homeless youth headed to college (Housing, Food, Medical, FAFSA help, etc.)

 

nsoro Academic Scholarship

$1000- $10000 renewable scholarship for Foster-placed youth (Application due in April)

 

National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth (NAEHCY) Scholarship

 $2000 scholarship each academic year. (Application due in April)

 

Kennesaw State University

Campus Awareness, Resource & Empowerment Services (CARES) provides year-round housing, temporary housing, campus pangry, case management, temporary work, and scholarships to help students who have/ are experiencing homelessness