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1 106 Community Resource Guide for Central Ohio 106

2 2 105 Table of Contents Other Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Program OSU Phone: (614) Alcohol & other Drug Programs (AoD).3 Children & Adolescents..16 Clothing Pantries/Material Assistance Community Centers/Outreach Program..22 Counseling on Sliding Scale/Free Drop-In Centers...31 Emergency Shelters.32 GED Preparation/Vocational Training Health/Vision/Dental Care HIV/AIDS...53 Housing. 56 In-Home Care/Transportation...58 Immigration/Refugee Services...59 Job/Family Services Meal Sites Prescription Help Private Counselors-Medicaid/Medicare/Private Insurance 84 Seniors..87 Support Groups...90 Utility Assistance.96 Veterans 97 Other Sexual Assault Response Network of Central Ohio SARNCO Phone: (614) Suicide Prevention Hotline Phone: (614) Or Talking Books Phone: Free recorded books, magazines and playback equipment to eligible blind, visually impaired, physically handicapped, and reading disabled residents in Ohio. United Cerebral Palsy of Central Ohio 440 Industrial Mile Rd., Columbus Ohio Phone: (614)

3 104 3 Other Community Connection for Ohio Offenders 933 E. Main St., Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Reintegration services for ex-offenders including case management, employment info/referral, housing, clothing, transportation assistance, anger management, GED, and relapse prevention classes. First Corp Services 895 S. High St., Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Payeeship service for SSI/SSDI checks. Legal Aid Society of Columbus 40 W. Gay St., Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Netcare Phone: (614) Fax: Call for locations A mental health, drug and alcohol crisis and assessment service. Call 24 hours a day/7 days a week for assistance. 104 Alcohol and other Drug (AoD) Programs Adult Children of Alcoholics Phone: (614) Africentric Personal Development Shop 1409 E. Livingston Ave. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Website: Amethyst, Inc. 455 E. Mound Street. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Website: Serves women ages 18 and older who are recovering from alcohol and/or drug addiction and may or may not have dependent children. Clients live in apartments in a complex and engage in daily programming for mental health and AoD treatment. Children s Hospital Behavioral Health Services 899 E. Broad St. 3rd floor Columbus, Ohio (Many other locations) Phone: (614) Intake: (614) Fax: (614) Assessment and treatment for youth through age 18 with emotional, behavioral and substance abuse problems and their families. 3

4 4 103 Alcohol and other Drug (AoD) Programs Columbus Area, Inc Broad Street Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Website: Alcohol Tobacco & Other Drug Program (614) For details Inpatient Alcohol & Other Drug Program (614) Prevention Services (MECCA) (614) Christian 12-Step Group Phone: (614) Serves adults, families, adolescents, and children Assists businesses develop a drug free workplace Assessments Individual and group counseling For males at the Bell Center s Africentric Therapeutic Community 6-9 months intensive program Must have substance abuse/ dependence and criminal justice involvement Community/School based prevention program For at-risk youths and families Focus on mental health, alcohol, tobacco and other drugs Women s Army Corps Veterans Association Chapter 3 Columbus Vice President: Betty W. Brown 5441 Walshire Dr. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) President: Darlene Hemmingsen 2577 Hillgail Rd. Pataskala, Ohio Phone: (740) Women Marines Association OH Columbus Ave. Barberton, Ohio Contact: President: Ellen Leidy Phone: (330) Women Veterans (WIMSA) Contact: Lynn Ashley 811 Hanson Dr. Forest Park, Ohio Phone: (513) Jean Madden 44 Pocono Rd. Worthington, Ohio Phone: (614) Veterans Organizations Wounded Warrior Directory 221 E. Fairfax St. Berryville, VA Contact: Mike O Meara Founder Phone: (540) Free summer day camp for youths 6-12 years of age 4 103

5 102 5 Veterans Organizations Alcohol and other Drug (AoD) Programs Ohio Chapter of MIA/POW Families PO Box Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Ohio LST/Amphibs Association Bell Drive Newark, Ohio Phone: (740) Contact: Walker Huffman Ohio National Guard Association PO Box 8070 Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Ohio Veterans Homes 3416 Columbus Ave. Sandusky, Ohio Phone: (419) Retired Enlisted Association Chapter 111 Buckeye PO Box 2955 Akron, Ohio Phone: (330) Contact: Philip Helinski 102 Tuskegee Airmen Mr. Harold E. Sawyer 1870 Greenway Ave. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) President: Mr. Robert L. Peeples 1692 Elaine Rd. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Veterans of Foreign Wars 35 E. Chestnut St. 4th floor Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Contact: Robert Funk Vietnam Veterans of America Buckeye Council 35 E. Chestnut St. 4th floor Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) WAVES National 2024 Leisure Road, NW Minerva, Ohio Phone: (330) National President: Barbara Turner 9105 Shoshone Trail Flower Mound, TX Phone: (817) Columbus Health Department 240 Parson Ave. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Website: CompDrug 547 E. 11th Ave. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Website: Drug Testing Services for screening and intervention provided to the general public, schools and parents; pre-employment and mandatory random testing for commercial businesses along with public safety and transportation centers. Outpatient Counseling Services Patient population is comprised primarily of referred adults from courts, Children s Services and other agencies but is open to enrollment from the General public. Methadone Treatment Program A full array of supportive services for Opium addiction. Concorde Counseling Services 774 Parkmeadow Drive Westerville, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Website: Individualized treatment regime, individual counseling, family counseling 5

6 6 101 Alcohol and other Drug (AoD) Programs Cornerstone of Recovery Phone: (614) Destiny House 3400 Kohr Blvd. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) month Christian based residential drug and alcohol recovery center. Offers a recovery program, housing, food, immediate full-time employment, basic transportation, and life-style skills. It is a tightly supervised and highly structured program. Each resident earns their keep. The cost is $135 per week. Dublin Counseling Center 299 Cramer Creek Court. Dublin, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Website: Substance abuse services for adults House of Hope for Alcoholics-Residential Program 825 Dennison Ave. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Website: Catholic War Veterans Dept. of Ohio 35 E. Chestnut St. 4th fl., Suite 510 Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Disabled American Veterans Dept. of Ohio 35 E. Chestnut St. 4th Floor Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Contact: Frank Williams Ohio Dept. of Veterans Services Advisory Committee on Women s Veterans 77 S. High St. 7th Floor Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Contact: Karen Kish Jewish War Veterans 5519 Naiche Rd. Columbus, Ohio Veterans Organizations Marine Corps League 35 E. Chestnut St, 4th Floor Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Commandant: Roger Gardner (419) Adjutant: Kenneth Lee (440) Military Officers Association of Central Ohio PO Box Columbus, Ohio Military Officers Association of America Ohio Council Chambers Contact: John McCoy Col. USAF (Ret) Phone: (614) Military Order of the Purple Heart Dept. of Ohio 35 E. Chestnut St. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Residential treatment facility for chemically dependent adult males. Individual, group and family counseling, educational information, AA meetings, work therapy, referral and support services. Korean War Veterans Association Dept. of Ohio 35 E. Chestnut St. 4th Floor Columbus, Ohio th Division 35 E. Chestnut St. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Contact: Clyde Gutzwiller 6 101

7 100 7 Veterans Organizations Alcohol and other Drug (AoD) Programs 17th Infantry Regiment 1280 N. Cole St. Lima, Ohio (419) Air Force Association Memorial Chapter 1616 Sienna Lane, N Columbus, Ohio American Ex-Prisoners of War Dept. of Ohio 35 E. Chestnut St., 4th floor Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) American Gold Star Mothers Mrs. Dorothy Locker 215 Harvard Ave. Sidney, Ohio (937) Contact: Mrs. Laura Titus 2946 NW Blvd. # D Columbus, Ohio American Legion Dept. of Ohio 60 Big Run Rd. PO Box 8007 Delaware, Ohio Phone: (740) Fax: (740) Contact: Don Lanthorn American Merchant Marine Veterans Ohio Valley Chapter PO Box Cincinnati, Ohio Contact: Bert Hinds 49 Twin Lakes Drive Fairfield, Ohio Phone: (513) AMVETS Dept. of Ohio 1395 E. Dublin Granville Rd. Suite 222 Columbus, Ohio Phone: (800) (614) Fax:(614) Contact: George Ondick Army & Navy USA Inc. Dept. of Ohio 1940 Beaver Trail Mineral Ridge, Ohio Phone: (330) Contact: Adjutant Carl Goode Jr. Ohio Chapter of the Blue Star Mothers of America, Inc. Dept. of Ohio Contact: Patricia Pell 1010 Dockway Drive Huron, Ohio Phone: (440) Outpatient Program 771 Harrisburg Pike Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Stevens House 1320 Parsons Ave. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) House of Hope for Alcoholics Outpatient counseling for substance dependent; Standard and intensive outpatient treatment; includes assessment, individual and family counseling and prevention education programs; interpreting services available. Specialized treatment services include case management, dual diagnosis counseling, family programs and art therapy. Halfway house for chemically dependent adolescent males (ages 13-18) involved in the court system; includes assessment, group and individual counseling, tutoring, health & nutrition education, AIDS/STD awareness and Wilderness bond experience; emphasizes a strong family commitment to recovery

8 8 99 Alcohol and other Drug (AoD) Programs Last House on the Block Phone: Intake (614) Fax: (614) Christian based recovery program for adult men only, community counseling, short term living for those who are recovering from addiction. Lighthouse Counseling Services 2085 Mecca Rd. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Website: Accepts insurance/medicaid, sliding scale, Christian based counseling service. Maryhaven 1791 Alum Creek Dr. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Website: Alcohol and drug treatment, intervention, and education; mental health services when dually diagnosed; adult and adolescent inpatient and outpatient services; detoxification unit for adults; 3-day state certified Driver Intervention Program; extended care program for women; 3-day residential program for cocaine/crack cocaine substance abuse; Underage Drinking Program. Also provide services for homeless inebriate men and women at the Engagement Center. Veterans Safe Helpline Phone: (877) Text * (inside the U.S.) (outside the U.S.) *Text your location for nearest support resources Website: Safe Helpline is administered by the Department of Defense with a non-profit Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network. Services are available 24/7, worldwide. Veterans Affairs (VA) Phone: (877) Website: To be eligible for benefits, one must have an Honorable Discharge. Co-pays apply of income is over a certain level. Provides services such as assistance with filing for VA pension, widows pension and disability benefits. They can also assist with utilities, housing and transportation issues. Veterans Crisis Hotline Phone: (800) and press 1 National suicide hotline to ensure that Veterans in emotional crisis have free, 24/7 access to trained counselors. 8 99

9 98 9 Veterans EBenefits A central location for Veterans, Service Members, and their families to research and manage their benefits and personal information. Alcohol and other Drug (AoD) Programs Maryhaven Engagement Center 1775 Alum Creek Drive Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Inebriated and homeless men and women, contact (614) Neighborhood House Make the Connection Website: Encourages Veterans and their families to make the connection with information and resources with available sources of support including mental health treatments. Military One Source Atchison St. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Alcohol and drug abuse outpatient counseling for individuals, groups and families in an effort to decrease abusive, addictive use of alcohol and drugs. Provides day care for children (ages 6 weeks to 13 years); social adjustment after-school programming for children (ages 6-18); food pantry; foster care support services; information and referrals; employment training and resume writing; micro-business classes; and rental space for small businesses. Ohio Cares Phone: Information/Available Services- (800) VA Telenurse 24/hr.- (888) Website: 98 North Central Mental Health Services Counseling - Short North North High St. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Website: Outpatient counseling and drug/alcohol services for children, teens, adults and older adults; aftercare services; urgent care/crisis services; community treatment teams for persons with long-term mental illness; residential services; specialized treatment for Borderline Personality Disorder; and prevention, consultation, and education. 9

10 10 97 Alcohol and other Drug (AoD) Programs North Central Mental Health Services Counseling - Gahanna- 338 Granville St. Gahanna, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Services include diagnostic assessment and treatment, Prevention, consultation and education, psychological Evaluation and counseling; psychiatric assessment, drug/alcohol assessment, EAP assessment and treatment, medication assessment and treatment. Veterans Chalmers P. Wylie VA Ambulatory Center 420 N. James Rd., Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) or (888) Website: An ambulatory health care facility that works to provide the men and women that have served our nation with healthcare needs such as diagnostics, fitness to rehabilitation and surgery. Also provides a mobile center to local college campuses. Visit website for a current mobile VA center. North Central Mental Health Services Counseling - Reynoldsburg E. Broad St. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Located in Children s Hospital Behavioral Health Services include diagnostic assessment and treatment, Prevention, consultation and education, psychological Evaluation and counseling; psychiatric assessment, drug/alcohol assessment, EAP assessment and treatment, medication assessment and treatment. North Central Mental Health Services Counseling 595 E. Rich St. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Duel-diagnosis treatment services include relapse prevention, substance abuse education, 12-step meetings, leisure activities, HIV/AIDS education, sober lifestyle activities, and individual and group counseling. 10 Columbus Vet Center 30 Spruce St., Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) or (866) An option for Veterans and their significant others to receive readjustment counseling related to military to civilian transition, including but not limited to PTSD. County Veterans Service Offices Fairfield 277 E. Main St., Lancaster, Ohio Phone: (740) Fax: (740) Franklin 250 W. Broad St., Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614)

11 96 11 Utility Assistance Impact Community Action 700 Bryden Rd., Columbus, Ohio 4315 Phone: (614) Website: Energy assistance program, HEAP, credit counseling, weatherization and insulation, rental assistance. Impact took the place of Columbus Leads and CAMACO. Joint Organization for Inner City Needs (JOIN) 578 E. Main St., Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Utility assistance for those who have a disconnect notice, are presently disconnected, or have a referral through an agency. Veterans After Deployment Phone: Outreach Center- (866) Website: An online resource supporting Service Members, their Families, and Veterans with common post-deployment concerns. Provides self-care solutions targeting post-traumatic stress, depression, anger, sleep, relationships concerns, and other mental health challenges. Alcohol and other Drug (AoD) Programs Northwest Counseling Services 1560 Fishinger Rd. 2nd floor Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Website: AoD prevention and treatment, school-based programs and early intervention. OSU Hospitals for Children & Adolescent Psychiatry 1430 S. High St. Columbus, Ohio Outpatient: (614) Outpatient Fax: (614) Emergency: (614) Emergency Fax: (614) Outpatients counseling as well as psychiatric care. OSU Hospitals East/Talbot Hall 1492 E. Broad St. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Medical detoxification unit and adult outpatient services, residential, partial hospitalization, full family member programming, drug testing, mental health/dual diagnosis counseling and adolescent addiction outpatient services. Accepts Medicaid for detox only. AoD group every Thursday evening at 6:30 pm

12 12 95 Alcohol and other Drug (AoD) Programs Project Linden 1410 Cleveland Ave. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Website: Intensive outpatient alcohol/drug dependency treatment; drug abuse prevention programs for youth; community education on drug/alcohol dependence; women s programming. Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center 570 S. Front St. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Adult male AoD residential for 6 months NO FEE for males with compulsive, addictive, or anti-social behavior. Walk-in intakes are Monday through Friday between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm. Parkside Behavioral Healthcare 349 Olde Ridenour Rd., Gahanna, Ohio Insurance or Medicare only. Phone: (614) Provides self-help groups, individual and group counseling, GED classes, literacy program, and spiritual counseling. Support Groups Sisters and Girlfriends in Christ (SAGIC) 95 N. 20th St., Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Weekly women s support group based on Christian principles. Provides discussion on various issues affecting women. Survivors of Incest Group Phone: (614) Survivors of Suicide Support Group 1301 N. High St., Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Rick Berman Support group for people who have lost a loved one to suicide. Meets on the last Sunday of every month from 7:30pm to 8:30pm. Contact Rick Berman for more details. The Wellness Community Columbus Cancer Clinic Phone: (614) Provides emotional support to cancer patients and their families. Offers stress management activities. Widows/Widower Support Group Westerville Phone: (614) Jewish Family Services Phone: (614)

13 94 13 Support Groups Nar-Anon Family Groups Phone: (614) National Stuttering Association Support Group Phone: (614) Contact Karen Iacovetta at (614) or by at for more details. Meetings are held on the last Wednesday of each month at 7:00pm. Alcohol and other Drug (AoD) Programs Southeast, Inc. Counseling 1455 S. 4th St. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Website: Intensive outpatient AoD individual and group counseling and a medical consultation with the nurse practioner if Indicated; also has general adult counseling, sex offender Program, and Trauma Healing program. Parents of Murdered Children/Survivors of Homicide Victims Phone: (614) Support for parents, friends, or anyone 18 and older who has lost a loved one through homicide. The Neil Kennedy Clinic 6543 Commerce Parkway Suite R, Dublin, Ohio Phone: (614) Insurance, Medicare or private pay only. Recovery Inc E. Livingston St., Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Self help group for persons 18 and older, family and friends, who have mental health symptoms. Group meets at Brookwood Presbyterian Church every Saturday at 12 noon. S-Anon Sexual Addiction Recovery Phone: (614) x2 Or TriWest 3035 W. Broad St., Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) United Restoration Ministries 1004 Parsons Ave. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) month in him setting AoD treatment for males and Females

14 14 93 Alcohol and other Drug (AoD) Programs Veteran s Administration Outpatient Clinic 420 N. James Rd. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Website: Eligible Veterans Only Walk-in clinic between 8:00 am 2:30 pm Mon-Fri Mental health, AoD, psychiatric services, and medical services Volunteers of America 624 Harmon Ave. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) ext. 214 or 213 Fax: (614) Inpatient AoD treatment for males, half of the beds are for veterans and half of the beds are for non-veterans. The Woods at Parkside/Parkside Behavioral Healthcare 349 Olde Ridenour Road. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) or Fax: (614) Inpatient and outpatient AoD treatment. Accepts Medicare and most private insurance; does not accept Medicaid. 14 Support Groups Families Anonymous Phone: (614) Support groups for parents and adult family members of chemically dependent persons. Grief Support Groups Dublin Community Church Phone: (614) Jewish Family Services Phone: (614) I Am My Brothers Keeper 2100 Agler Rd., Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Men s support group based on Christian principles discussing various issues affecting men. The group meets at the Rhema Christian Center every other Friday from 7:00pm-9:30pm. Little Lives, SID s Support Network Phone: (614) Support group offers support, activities, discussion groups, and Mom s Night Out for mothers. Please call for more information. Lost Child Support Group 299 Cramer Creek Court, Dublin, Ohio Phone: (614) Support group for people who have lost a child by stillbirth or in early infancy. Also Three Little Angels Foundation and Touching Lives, SIDS support network. Meets at Dublin Counseling Center. 93

15 92 15 Support Groups Alcohol and other Drug (AoD) Programs Congestive Heart Failure Support Group Grant: (614) Riverside: (614) Support group for patients and family. Debtors Anonymous 220 Cliffside Dr., Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Website: 12 Step support group for anyone with compulsive spending or debt problems. Meetings held at Glen Echo United Presbyterian Church on Mondays at 7:30pm. Depression Support Group 4131 N. High St., Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Website: Sponsored by Mental Health America. Support Group held at Overbrook Presbyterian Church on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of every month from 7:00pm-8:30pm. Dual Diagnosis Support Group 96 S. Grant Ave., Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) AA/NA/CA Meetings Alcoholics Anonymous (614) Website: For days and times of meetings Narcotics Anonymous (614) Website: For days and times of meetings Cocaine Anonymous (614) Website: For days and times of meetings 12 Step support group for individuals with a mental illness who are in recovery from drug or alcohol addiction. Walk-in 12:00pm-1:00pm on the last Friday of the month

16 16 91 Children & Adolescents Action for Children 78 Jefferson Ave. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Website: Information on choosing childcare, also has parenting classes. Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Central Ohio 1855 E. Dublin Granville Rd. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Website: Mentoring programs, camping programs for children. Columbus Early Learning Centers Northside Child Development Services/Turning Point 94 E. 3rd Ave. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Website: Turning point provides 24-hour respite care for families in crisis. Support Groups Center for Eating Disorders and Psychotherapy 445 E. Granville Rd., Worthington, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Website: Support groups for those with eating disorders family members. CHADD 310 Granville St., Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Support group for children, adults, and their families who are dealing with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Compassionate Friends 1479 Morse Rd., Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Website: Provides support groups for parents, siblings, and other family members and friends who are mourning the death of a child. Meetings take place in the Assembly Room of Ascension Lutheran Church at 7:00pm on the 2nd Tuesday of every month

17 90 17 Support Groups Al-Anon/Ala-Teen Phone: (888) Website: At a Loss 299 Cramer Creek Court, Dublin, Ohio Phone: (614) Website: An on-going support group for parents who have lost a child under any circumstances. Meets at the Dublin Counseling Center on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month from 6:00pm to 7:30pm. Bipolar Anonymous 7 W. Henderson, Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Website: Meet in basement of Maple Grove United Methodist Church on Thursday evenings at 7:00pm. Call for more information. Caregivers Support Group Phone: (614) Support groups for caregivers of older adults. Children & Adolescents Directions for Youth & Families 1515 Indianola Ave. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Website: Anger management for youth, counseling, home-based services, support group for children of murdered parents. Sliding fee scale. Kaleidoscope Youth Center 1904 N. High St. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Website: Drop-in center for youth 20 and younger specifically dealing with the LGBTQ population or youth questioning sexual orientation. Nationwide Children s Hospital Behavioral Health Services 700 Children s Drive Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) or Toll Free: Fax: (614) Individual counseling for children only, divorce services, Family support program, home-based services, community support program, assessment and treatment of ADD

18 18 89 Children & Adolescents Seniors Star Project II 1621 N. 4th St. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Homeless youth drop-in center. Provides substance abuse counseling, laundry, shower, and TV lounge to youth St. Vincent Family Centers 1490 E. Main St. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) CPST mental health case-management, home-based services, partial hospitalization, deaf services, extended day services. Lutheran Social Services Parkside Senior Living Community 730 N. Spring Rd., Westerville, Ohio Phone: (614) Website: Affordable housing for older adults and disabled individuals who are 62 and older or are hearing impaired or physically handicapped. Rebuilding Together 2771 E. 4th Ave., Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Website: Senior Independence 6555 Busch Blvd., Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Website: Upper Arlington Commission on Aging 3600 Tremont Rd., Upper Arlington, Ohio Phone: (614) Website:

19 88 19 Seniors Clothing Pantries/Material Assistance Elder Focus with NCMHS 1301 N. High St., Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Website: American Red Cross 995 E. Broad St. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Website: Heritage Day Health Centers 3341 E. Livingston Ave., Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Services for Seniors, regardless of their ability to pay. Occupational therapy, assistance with ADL s, therapeutic activities, meals and transportation. Lifecare Alliance 1699 W. Mound St., Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Website: Health and nutrition services while promoting independent living through home and community based programs to older adults, the chronically ill, and disabled residents. Meals on Wheels, visiting RN, visiting pharmacist, dieticians, therapists, homemakers, and home health aides serve homebound adults. Center for New Directions 199 E. Rich St. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Website: Charity Newsies 4300 Indianola Ave. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Website: Mission: That no child shall be kept out of school for lack of clothing. Material Assistance Providers Furniture Bank 118 S. Yale Ave. Columbus, Ohio Phone: (614) Fax: (614) Website:

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