- Dublin Community Action Network: http://dublincan.org/directory/
- Vineyard’s Resource Booklet & In-House List: https://www.vineyardcolumbus.org/ministries/community-outreach/resources
- Columbus Public Healthhttps://www.columbus.gov/publichealth/bilingual “Directory of Services” on left-side bar, in red
- Columbus Opiate Resource Guide/Pocket Card: https://www.columbus.gov/publichealth/programs/Alcohol-and-Drug-Abuse/Opiate-Resource-Guide-and-Pocket-Card/
- Dublin Schools Info: No sense of food-services help at this time: https://www.dublinschools.net/COVID19.aspx
- Worthington Schools Information: Worthington families,
Starting Tuesday, March 17th, Worthington Schools Food Service will be providing breakfast/lunch pick up at three locations on weekdays. Families can pick up meals between 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the following locations:
- Thomas Worthington High School 300 West Granville Road Worthington, OH 43085
- Worthington Kilbourne High School 1499 Hard Road Columbus, OH 43235
- Slate Hill Elementary 7625 Alta View Blvd.Columbus, OH 43085
Important: Anyone picking up the meals MUST HAVE THEIR CHILD WITH THEM!
We appreciate offers from community residents to help support the free meals program over this extended time away from school. There is a need for volunteers to help! You can learn more by emailing email@example.com or visiting the Worthington Resource Pantry website worthingtonresourcepantry.org.
- Nemeth Virtual Counseling
- Courtesy of the Hilltop Area Shalom Zone:
|Older Adults:New Resources for Columbus Older Adults:|
A Friendly Phone Line and Necessity BoxesThe Friendly Phone Line at 614-993-3614 is available to older adults in greater Columbus who are looking for friendly conversation and social connection. Please share this number to older adults in need of extra social support during this stressful time.
The Friendly phone-line is intended to be a touch point to combat loneliness in our community during this unprecedented time of social distancing. These calls are not intended to be a space to provide counseling, case management, or health information/recommendations.Older adults in greater Columbus in need of food and supplies can call Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resources Center at 614-268-3539 to request a necessity box. Reception will take caller’s name, address, phone number, and whether or not the recipient needs delivery or wishes to pick-up box. Boxes will be delivered Tuesday & Thursdays between 9am-5pm by volunteers. Delivery will be available twice a week and pick up available Monday-Friday 9am-5pm at CRC.Legal Needs:Please see this message from the Legal Aid Society of Columbus: “We have had to cancel all of our in-person legal clinics, but folks can instead call our intake line (614-241-2001) to be virtually connected to brief advice consultations. Our intake lines remain open for full representation as well. Much of the Franklin County courthouse is closed and most hearings have been canceled.” Here’s more information on that:https://drj.fccourts.org/DisplayNews.aspx?PN=157http://www.fcmcclerk.com/…/2020-3-15_Franklin%20County%20Mu…
School Meals for Children:
Columbus City Schools is providing free to go breakfast and dinner to its students at West High School, Wedgewood Middle School and Starling Pre-K-8. The child must be present to receive the to go meal. Please see the Dispatch article for details: https://www.dispatch.com/…/coronavirus-columbus-city-school…
Please share this information widely!
Thank you to our health professionals, first responders, public health professionals and all others on the front lines of the battle against COVID-19. Our prayers are with you.