We know this pandemic is having a large impact on families, caregivers, and our community at large in so many ways. We are here to help you in any way we can.

Please click here to view a document from the Ohio Department of Health on the signs and symptoms and what do you if you are sick or suspect you have COVID-19.


Call 211 United Way of Greater Dayton Helpline or click here for more assistance

The Dayton Foodbank is the largest food resource in the Dayton area. Call 937 949 4096 for information on free food. 

House of Bread is OPEN and serving lunch starting at 11 am.

Visit Meals on Wheels for senior meal delivery services. Must be 60+ years of age to apply 

AuntBertha.com is an online listing of resources. Type in your zip code, you can choose from information about services related to food, housing, health and more

Good Neighbor House food pantry has extended hours to meet the needs of our community. Open Monday through Friday 9-6, must be checked in at 5 pm for guaranteed service. Call 937-224-3003 for more info

Help with Food from SNAP: The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), or food stamps, is designed to act quickly to help families and individuals facing food budget shortfalls. If you’ve experienced a job loss or lost wages, apply for SNAP online at benefits.ohio.gov or over the phone at 1-844-640-6446.

Help with Lost School Meals from Local Districts: With more than 600 school districts, availability of non-congregate school meals will vary from place to place. If you have a K-12 student, you should have received communication from your school about how your child(ren) can continue receiving meals. If you have not, please contact your local school district or building for more information.

Hall Hunger Initiative is providing updates and resources on efforts to help the hungry in our community.