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741741 is the number for the Crisis Text Hotline in the United States and Ontario Canada. Q: HOW DOES CRISIS TEXT LINE WORK? You text 741741 when in crisis. Anywhere, anytime. A live, trained crisis counselor receives the text and responds quickly. The crisis counselor helps you move from a
Shared by United Resource Connection December 18, 2018
We have a search button on our website now that helps individuals and families in crisis, and those who love them, more easily identify resource availability. The search button can be found on the main page of our Resource Directory, and on each sub-directory page. At United Resource Connection
Shared by United Resource Connection December 14, 2018
This new video helps explain how to apply for assistance. The post Applying for Benefits? Check out the Ohio Benefits Self-Service Portal Tutorial. appeared first on Hamilton County Job & Family Services . View Original Source (HCJFS.org) Here.
Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week is November 10 – 18th. This week is about generating conversation around hunger and homelessness and engaging communities. Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week: National Statistics Many Americans are living on the edge. Choosing between basic necessities like purchasing food, paying rent, or going to the doctor.
Shared by Strategies to End Homelessness November 13, 2018
Each Saturday morning at approximately 6am we send out a summary of all the new posts that have been made on the community blog that week. It makes for great weekend reading with your morning coffee! As you may know, there are a variety of topics included on the community
Shared by United Resource Connection November 7, 2018
Since 1865, The Salvation Army of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky has made it its mission to “preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.” As a partner in ending homelessness we are proud to spotlight their efforts to “do the most
Shared by Strategies to End Homelessness October 4, 2018
If you need to apply or manage benefits, or check eligibility, you can do it all in one place on the web. The Ohio Benefits Portal is the home for doing all these things. View Original Source (HCJFS.org) Here.
Strategies to End Homelessness is proud to have City Gospel Mission as a partner in ending homelessness in Greater Cincinnati. The Mission and vision of City Gospel Mission Founded by James N. Gamble of Procter & Gamble in 1924, City Gospel Mission helps the homeless and hurting break the cycle
Shared by Strategies to End Homelessness September 11, 2018
With the weather warming outside and the children’s museum set to reopen in a few days, it’s a good time to remind Supplemental Nutrition Assistant Program (SNAP) recipients that there are discounts available to them for some of Cincinnati’s most popular things to do: Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden offers
Shared by Moira Weir May 2, 2018
The Go Pass from Red Bike is a discounted membership available to residents of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky who receive food assistance (SNAP) or energy assistance (HEAP and PIPP) or are clients of partner organizations. It is $5 per month and offers unlimited 90 day bike rides. View Original Source (HCJFS.org)
Shared by Moira Weir April 16, 2018
Birth certificates are required by a number of service providers to demonstrate citizenship for service eligibility. The City of Cincinnati issues Birth Certificates for anyone born in Ohio. Certificates are public records and may be obtained by anyone providing the information necessary. More information on how to apply can be found here. If
Shared by United Resource Connection July 15, 2014
Do you want to bring out the best in your children? Here are top tips from a professional mental health expert on ways to be a wonderful parent (and how not to screw up your kids). link to original source.
On June 2nd, 2011, the Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion (an organization of the U.S. Department of Agriculture) announced a new graphic will replace the food pyramid. The hope is that the new graphic, which appears at the right, is easier to understand. Click on the plate to
Shared by United Resource Connection June 5, 2011