Below are a list of resources that might help you and your family during this challenging time.

Food Resources

Economic Benefits

  • If you are expecting an Economic Impact Payment from the IRS, you may receive it as a prepaid debit card instead of a paper check
  • File for unemployment here

Housing

Immigration

Navigating Challenges Associated with the Death of a Loved One

COVID-19 Testing

  • Find pop-up testing sites near you here
  • Bond Hill Academy Elementary: 513-621-1868, 1615 Republic St.
  • CCPC Bobbie Sterne Health Center: 513-357-7320, 1525 Elm St.
  • CCPC Price Hill Health Center: 513-357-7320, 2136, W. 8th St.
  • Tristate Urgent Care – Oakley: 513-531-1505, 5002 Ridge Ave.

Counseling

Emotional and Mental Health Resources

Navigating Ongoing Violence and Trauma that Our Community Is Experiencing

Aligned with our commitment to support you — our parents — as the first educators of your children, we want to offer these resources now, as you navigate the ongoing violence and trauma that our community is experiencing.

Child Care

Youth Services

Laundromat

  • Wishing Well: 640 Neave Street, Mondays, Thursdays & Fridays: 10am-8pm, Saturdays & Sundays: 8am-8pm

Employment Resources

Occupational Therapy Support

Behavioral Support

  • Parent Resources is an interactive PDF that has links to different podcasts and articles to help parents with behavior difficulties at home
  • Social Stories: Has some wonderful social stories about the virus, social distance, and handwashing
  • Teaching Routines has some helpful tips and tricks to create a beneficial routine at home

Academic Support

  • Unite for Literacy: Has a ton of stories that incorporate beautiful pictures and can be read aloud
  • ToyTheater: A wonderful website that has plethora of virtual math manipulatives
  • TedEd: Has some fun videos about different educational topics

Arts & Culture

Women Support Groups

  • Girls Wanted: Girls group that meets to “eat, play, talk, and create” every Tuesday from 6-8:00 p.m. for girls ages 12-18.
  • Jail Ministry: Support for incarcerated women to help them move from jail to probation
  • Redeemed Women’s House: An individualized, long-term intervention program designed to serve women survivors of trafficking, prostitution and addiction
  • Weightless Anchor: Serve women who struggle with addiction and are victims of sex-trafficking. They offer rest, showers, hot meals, free clothes, and hygiene products, and love.

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Support

English Language Learners

Other Activities at Home