RESOURCES

 

CINCINNATI, OH

YWCA | Domestic Violence

YWCA Hamilton County

Domestic Violence Hotline | 24 Hour
CALL: 303.872.9259
TEXT: 513.436.3606

Crisis counseling, risk assessment, information, referrals, safety planning and support for survivors in Hamilton County, 24 hours a day.

The United Way | General Services

Call: 211
2400 Reading Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45202

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Our call specialists can connect you with important community services, such as childcare, rent assistance, flu-shot information, employment assistance, volunteer opportunities, counseling, food, shelter and more.

Community Action Agency| General Services

Call: 513.569.1840
1740 Langdon Farm Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45237

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Offering various services to low-income individuals and families in a holistic approach to help lift them out of poverty. Services and programs offered include eviction relief, job training, housing assistance, heating assistance, entrepreneurial coaching, Head Start and Early Head Start.

Hamilton County CARES Act| General Services

Call: 513.207.4954

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The Hamilton County CARES Rent and Utility Relief Program draws on CARES Act funds to provide short term assistance to renters who live in Hamilton County and can document income loss due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The County will pay up to 12 months for rent, rent arrears and utilities for households at or below 80% of the Area Median Income.

Duke Energy Bill | General Services

Call: 1.800.544.6900

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Duke Energy is providing assistance to customers experiencing economic hardship due to COVID-19. For customers currently behind on their bills, Duke Energy is offering extended payment plans.

SNAP | Food Assistance

Call: 513.946.1000
222 E Central Parkway, Cincinnati OH

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Food Assistance (formerly known as food stamps) is called SNAP, which stands for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. The goal of SNAP is to help families stretch their food budgets to buy healthy food and to help families meet their basic needs while adults work toward financial stability. Easiest way to apply is online.

Salvation Army | Family Services

Call: 513.462.5649
120 East Central Parkway, Cincinnati, OH 45202

The following programs are offered to residents who are in need of emergency assistance: Rent Payments, Utility Payments, Transportation, Food Assistance

WIC | Family Services

Call 513-564-2180
3917 Spring Grove Ave, Cincinnati OH 45223

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WIC stands for Women, Infants, and Children. It is a special supplemental nutrition and education program for eligible women who are pregnant, breastfeeding or postpartum and infants & children up to age 5.

Head Start | Family Services

Call: 513.569.0123
880 West Court St. Cincinnati, OH 45203

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A quality early childhood education program for pregnant moms and parents with babies ranging in age from birth to 3-years-old.

YWCA | Family Services

Call: 513.241.7090
898 Walnut St. Cincinnati OH 45202

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Violence prevention and intervention, racial justice and inclusion, advocacy, career trainings, recognition, childcare.

LEXINGTON, KY

The United Way | General Services

Call: 211
651 Perimeter Dr Suite 510, Lexington, KY 40517

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Our call specialists can connect you with important community services, such as childcare, rent assistance, flu-shot information, employment assistance, volunteer opportunities, counseling, food, shelter and more.

Community Action Counsel | General Services

Call: 859.294.5249
1169 Winburn Dr #A, Lexington, KY 40511

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Council staff works individually with community residents to assess their economic needs and often their personal goals and aspirations. What results is something we call the “pathway out of poverty.” It is an understanding of the steps to take to increase personal or family resources and economic potential.

Lexington Housing Stabilization Program | Eviction Relief

Call: 859.233.4600

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This program will reduce evictions, allow landlords to get substantial payments for back rent, reduce the potential spread of COVID-19 by allowing individuals and families to practice Healthy at Home, and reduce the impact on the homeless service delivery system.

WIC | Family Programs

Call: 859.288.2483
1167 Winburn Dr. #B, Lexington, KY 40511

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WIC stands for Women, Infants, and Children. It is a special supplemental nutrition and education program for eligible women who are pregnant, breastfeeding or postpartum and infants & children up to age 5.

Family Care Center | Family Programs

Family Care Center

Call: 859.288.4040
1135 Harry Sykes Way Lexington, KY 40504

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Provides services for parents including intensive case management for families with young children, early childhood care, in-home HANDS services for new and expecting parents, high school parent education and pediatric health care.

CHARLOTTE, NC

The United Way | General Services

Call: 211
605 E 5th St, Charlotte, NC 28202

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Our call specialists can connect you with important community services, such as childcare, rent assistance, flu-shot information, employment assistance, volunteer opportunities, counseling, food, shelter and more.

Community Action Agency| General Services

Call: 704.372.3010

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The Charlotte Area Fund (CAF) is a private non-profit corporation and Mecklenburg County’s designated community action agency. The purpose of the agency is to combat poverty by assisting low-income individuals and families with becoming self-sufficient. Since 1963, CAF has initiated and provided a variety of programs and services to low income individuals in Mecklenburg County.

Help - COVID19 Rent Relief | Eviction Relief

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Providing rental and mortgage assistance to those impacted by covid-19 in the city of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County

                       

FNS + SNAP | Food Services

Call: 704.353.1470

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Food and Nutrition Services (FNS) are controlled by the North Carolina Division of Social Services, which is the state’s food stamp program. The program uses funds from the USA to provide low income people and their families with benefits to purchase food in order to stay healthy. The Food and Nutrition Services are working constantly to ensure that there is no hunger within the state of North Carolina.

Children + Family Service Center | Family Services

Call: 704.943.9400
601 East 5th St Suite 450 Charlotte, NC 28202

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Improving the lives of children and families through an innovative partnership of community resources that promotes strong families and advocates for change.

The Nest | Family Services

Call: 859.259.1974
530 N Limestone, Lexington, KY 40508

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The Nest is a safe and healing place for education, counseling, advocacy, and support – reaching thousands of individuals, parents, survivors, and children each year.

YWCA | Family Services

Call: 704.525.5770
3420 Park Road Charlotte, NC 28209

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Violence prevention and intervention, racial justice and inclusion, advocacy, career trainings, recognition, childcare.

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