If you have general questions about the ongoing ongoing COVID-19 situation in Hancock County, call 419-425-9999, Monday-Friday 9am-8pm.
If you feel as though you are having symptoms of COVID-19 (fever of 100.4, dry cough, shortness of breath, fatigue) call 419-423-7890.
Blanchard Valley Health System has established a 24-hour, seven days per week COVID-19 “Triage & Testing Center” on the main campus of Blanchard Valley Hospital, located at 1900 South Main Street, Findlay. If a patient believes they are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 they should call 419.423.7890 to initiate pre-screening efforts.
Hancock Public Health: 419-424-7105
Hancock County Crisis Hotline (for mental health and substance use): 888-936-7116
|First Case Press Release (English)||First Case Press Release (Spanish)||First Case Press Release (Japanese)|
|The Courier: Three Confirmed Cases||The Courier: Three Confirmed Cases (Spanish)||The Courier: Three Confirmed Cases (Japanese)|
|The Courier: Fourth Confirmed Case||The Courier: Fourth Confirmed Case (Spanish)||The Courier: Fourth Confirmed Case (Japanese)|
|The Courier: Nine Confirmed Cases|
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|Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS)||There will be limited staff working in the office until April 1. If you are in crisis - call 888-936-7116. We will be answering our messages regularly, but if you need an immediate staff response - call 419-348-2390. If you are a tenant and have a housing emergency - call 419-348-2756.|
|Board of Health||The Hancock County Board of Health is the resource for all health issues in Hancock County, including COVID-19.
|Chamber of Commerce COVID-19 Response||There are multiple ways the Findlay-Hancock County Chamber of Commerce is supporting the area.
|Chamber of Commerce COVID-19: Business 2 Business Resource||In response to the outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Findlay-Hancock County business community is leaning on one another for support. The Hancock County Engineer Office and Garage buildings are closed to the public.
|Engineer||The Hancock County Engineer Office and Garage buildings are closed to the public.
|Hancock Public Health||For the safety of our staff and the general public Hancock Public Health will be closing it's lobby to the general public.
|Job and Family Services||Lobby will be closed until further notice. A drop box is available to drop off paperwork.
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|Park District||Hancock Park District has closed administrative offices and indoor facilities.|
Effective 03/23/2020 and until further notice, the Hancock County Recorder’s Office will be closed and have restricted access to the public, but we will still be here to process documents and to answer any phone calls.
|Sheriff's Office||Hancock County Sheriff's Office will be doing daily updates on COVID-19.
Check their Facebook page for the latest
|Treasurer's Office||The Hancock County Treasurer's Office will be closed to the public as of 03/23/20 and until further notice for all non-essential transactions.|
|Hancock County Veterans Service Office||The Hancock County Veterans Service Office is closed to clients.
|A Message from Hancock County Leaders (Video)||9th confirmed case of COVID-19 in Hancock County||4th confirmed case of COVID-19 in Hancock County|
|2nd & 3rd confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Hancock County||Hancock Public Health Speaks at FOCUS about COVID-19||Babysitting Safety Info from the Red Cross - COVID-19|
|Tips for Working from Home - COVID-19||Maintaining Good Mental Health During COVID-19 Pandemic||Precia Stuby speaks with Sheriff Michael E. Heldman|
|COVID-19 Information||Fact Sheet - English||Fact Sheet - Spanish|
|Hancock County Confirmed Cases||Hancock County Hospitalizations||Age Range||Average Age|
|* = As of 04/05/20 at 4:00 PM.|
|The Winter Reconnect Order (WRO) has been extended through May 1, 2020||the Winter Crisis Program (WCP) deadline has been extended to May 1||The HEAP deadline has been extended to June 1|
|Director's Stay at Home Order Through May 1, 2020||Director's Stay at Home Order Through April 6, 2020||COVID-19 Information and Checklist for Businesses/Employers|
|Screening Employees for COVID-19||Governor DeWine has asked that all businesses take the temperatures of employees when they show up for work.|
|State Testing Requirements Waived for Schools|
|Nursing Licenses Have been Extended||Municipalities must still Adhere to Sunshine Laws through Technology||State Income Tax Deadline Extended to July 15th|
|SNAP recipients can order groceries online and swipe their cards from their cars, picking up curbside. This will increase social distancing further.||Banks and landlords asked to suspend payments for 90 days for small businesses.||Job Search for Essential Employees|
|Surgical Gowns||Face and Surgical Masks||Gloves||N-95 Particulate Respirators||Isolation Gowns|
|Face Shields||Tyvek Coveralls||Thermometers||Foot Coverings||Ventilator Tubing|
|If you are a manufacturer and and can manufacture any of the above items, or if anyone that has these items, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ohio Department of Health COVID-19 Website||Ohio Department of Health COVID-19 Interactive Dashboard||Ohio Department of Health COVID-19 Hotline: 833-427-5634|
|Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services Help Line (Extended Hours: M-f, 8A to 8P): 877-275-6364||Ohio Chamber of Commerce COVID-19 Business Resources||Tips for avoiding viruses with Dr. Acton (Video)|
|UPDATED utility information from the Office of the Ohio Consumers' Counsel|
|Ohio Confirmed Cases||Number of Counties in Ohio||Number of Hospitalizations in Ohio|
|* = As of 04/05/20 at 2:00 PM.|
SAMHSA’s Disaster Distress Helpline
Below you will find a list of resources which provide guidance around COVID-19 preparedness for households (i.e. supplies to have on hand, cleaning and disinfecting best practices, etc.). We also shared information specific to sheltering in place; while Ohio has not issued an explicit shelter-in-place order, we wanted to be proactive in providing resources should the issue ever arise.
|Fact Sheet - English||Fact Sheet - Spanish|
|Fact Sheet - English||Fact Sheet - Spanish||Fact Sheet - French|
|Fact Sheet - Arabic||Fact Sheet - Somali|
|Share Facts About COVID-19 PDF (Poster Size 8.5×11)||What you need to know PDF (Poster Size 8.5×11)||What to do if you are sick PDF (Poster Size 8.5×11)|
|Stop the spread of germs poster PDF (Poster Size 8.5×11)||Symptoms of Coronavirus Disease 2019 poster PDF (Poster Size 8.5×11)||CDC Protect and Prepares Communities PDF (Poster Size 8.5×11)|
|Stay Healthy Wash Your Hands PDF (Poster Size 8.5×11)||Wash Your Hands PDF (Poster Size 11×17)||Keep Calm and Wash Your Hands PDF (Poster Size 8.5×11)|
|CERC in an Infectious Disease Outbreak PDF (Poster Size 8.5×11)||Complete list of posters, including additional sizes and languages|
|Disaster Preparedness Factsheet||English||Spanishh||Disaster Mitigation Factsheet||English||Spanish|
|Disaster Assistance Loans: Businesses & Nonprofits||English||Spanish||Disaster Assistance Loans: Homeowners & Renters||English||Spanish|
|Disaster Assistance Loans: Community Impact||English||Spanish|
|Ohio Department of Job and Family Services - statewide||Updated Unemployment Information FAQ|
|All K-12 schools - statewide||Closed through May 1|
|50 North||50 North is temporarily closed to the public in accordance with the stay-at-home order issued by the state of Ohio. We have limited staff working in our office. If you need assistance, please call 419-423-8496 and leave a message.
|Hancock County Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS)||There will be limited staff working in the office until April 30. If you are in crisis - call 888-936-7116. We will be answering our messages regularly, but if you need an immediate staff response - call 419-348-2390. If you are a tenant and have a housing emergency - call 419-348-2756.|
|Alzheimer's Association||24/7 Helpline open 800-272-3900. Alzheimer's Association is by telephone Mon through Fri 8:30 to 4:30. Social Worker-Linda Pollitz 419-5858. Walk Manager-Wenda Quanrud 419-216-2974. Our social worker is available for phone consults Mon-Fri. We are still registering and building teams for the Walk to End Alzheimer's scheduled for Sept. 19, 2020.|
|Area Agency on Aging 3||Open 8am-4:30pm. All Care Managers and Recovery Managers will be doing visits via phone. All classes/trainings postponed. DISH program suspended and Senior Farmers’ Market applications not being accepted until further notice.|
|Arrowhead Behavior Health||Are you experiencing a behavior health crisis? Our facility is fully operational and serving the needs of our community. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are taking proactive steps to keep our patients and team members safe, including screening all individuals upon entering the facility. We are actively monitoring and responding to all recommendations made by the CDC and our local regulatory and health authorities.|
|Awakening Minds Art||Closed until further notice.|
|Bluffton Public Library||Closed through at least April 6, 2020.|
|Buford Center for Diversity and Service||The free shuttle service for all UF students, on TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS, will NOW take place on an RSVP basis. Be sure to fill out the google form: https://forms.gle/ojXKzEU9NhGN6HHg6 if you plan on using the shuttle.|
|Bureau of Motor Vehicles||BMV closing at close of business March 18, 2020. Five will remain open because they are essential to issue and renew CDLs. All other services will be online, by mail or be paused. Driver exam stations will close. Law enforcement will be asked to not issue tickets for those who have an expired license as of 03/18/20.|
|Cancer Patient Services||Closed until further notice. Call 419-423-0286 with any urgent matter.|
|Children's Mentoring Connection of Hancock County||The office is temporarily closed. Staff will be available through email. Stacy Shaw email@example.com; Nikki Hagerty firstname.lastname@example.org; Danielle Steiner email@example.com; Kate Clymer firstname.lastname@example.org; Kaitlyn Kniss email@example.com. CMC has temporarily suspended all face-to-face mentoring activities. Mentors will reach out through phone contact or technology.|
|Children's Museum of Findlay||Closed until April 7. Follow their Facebook page.|
|CHOPIN Hall||Transitioning to a reservation only food distribution. Reserve a time slot by calling 419-422-6401. Visit their facebook page or website for updates. Clothing donations and distribution are suspended.|
|Christian Clearing House||Closed until further notice.|
|Family Resource Center||Face-to-face and group services are suspended until further notice. The buildings are also closed to the public. The following services are still available:
|The Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation||The Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation is closed until further notice. Staff is reachable by phone and email. Full COVID-19 response.
One Way they are supporting nonprofits.
|Findlay - Hancock County Chamber of Commerce||Office will be open to the public on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 9 am to 2 pm. The office will be closed on Thursday and Friday, but our staff will be working remotely during these closed periods.|
|Findlay-Hancock County Public Library||Closed through at least April 5, 2020. VITA free tax prep service has been cancelled at this time. Click here to apply for a digital library card.|
|Findlay Noon Rotary||Findlay Noon Rotary will not meet through the end of March.|
|FOCUS: Recovery and Wellness Community||The office of FOCUS will be open limited hours during the COVID-19 episode. They will still be available from 10A-7P by phone or Facebook Messenger. Follow their Facebook page.|
|Fox Run Manor||Restricted Visitation. Call 419-424-0832 for more information.|
|Hancock Historical Museum||Closed until April 7. Follow their Facebook page.|
|HATS||Rides and office are running during normal hours. Fares are suspended until March 30. Driviers and staff will be be doing extra cleaning throughout the day to ensure the safety of everyone. Follow their Facebook page.|
|The Heritage||Restricted Visitation. Call 567-250-3280 for more information. Full realease from Trilogy Health Services|
|Hope House||In an effort to minimize exposure, effective immediately our Housing Office is closed. While this physical location is not open for business, we are still continuing to assist clients remotely and are asking that those in need of assistance call 419.425.4673. A case manager will be available between the hours of 8-4. Our transitional shelter location will continue to remain operational.|
|National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Hancock County||
Physical Office is closed until further notice. Virtual Office open M-F 9a-5p at 567.525.3435 and firstname.lastname@example.org.Please call the NAMI Hancock County Office or check our Facebook page for updates.
Family Support Group is now being offered online using Zoom, an online meeting service. Please email email@example.com for a link to join the meeting. If you have any questions about this service, you can email Bailey!
During this difficult time, the NAMI HelpLine is here for you. HelpLine volunteers are working to answer questions, offer support, and provide practical next steps. The NAMI HelpLine can be reached Monday through Friday, 10 am–6 pm, ET at 800-950-6264.
|The LOFT: A Program of FOCUS||The LOFT will be closed until further notice.|
|National Association of Scool Nurses||English
Complete list of Resources
|The Ohio Channel||A service of Ohio's Public Broadcasting Stations. Visit Their Website|
|Ohio State University Extension||The Ohio State University Extension Office in Hancock County will be closed until further notice. More Info...|
|Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services Help Line||New! Extended hours, 8am-8pm Monday-Friday: 877-275-6364 More Info...|
|St. Catherines Manor Findlay||Restricted Visitation. Call 419-422-3978 for more information.|
|Hancock County Veterans Service Office||Clients who are ill need to reschedule appointments. Anyone coughing or sneezing during transportation to VA medical appointments will be required to wear masks.|
|Marathon Center for the Performing Arts||MCPA events cancelled through April 5. Follow their Facebook page.|
|University of Findlay||Traditional classroom courses will be delivered remotely March 16 to April 14. All events cancelled March 16 to April 14. Until further notice, all university-sponsored international travel is suspended. More Info...|
|Visit Findlay||VisitFinlay.com has some great information on how you can continue to support your local businesses. Visit the Website|
|Basilica and National Shrine of Our Lady||Mass cancelled through April 12.|
|College First Church of God||Online service only. Follow their Facebook page.|
|Enon Valley Presbyterian Church||Services cancelled through the end of March.|
|First Christian Church||Online service only through April 4. Follow their Facebook page.|
|First Lutheran Church||All worship services are canceled until April 5.|
|Holy Family Catholic Church||Mass cancelled through April 12.|
|Howard United Methodist Church||Services cancelled through the end of March. Follow their Facebook page.|
|Our Lady of Lourdes Church||Mass cancelled through April 12.|
|Saint Boniface Catholic Church||Mass cancelled through April 12.|
|St Lous Catholic Church||Mass cancelled through April 12.|
|St Mary's Catholic Church||Mass cancelled through April 12.|
|St Michael||Mass cancelled through April 12. Additional information on their Facebook Page.|
|St Patrick Catholic Church||Mass cancelled through April 12.|
|St Peter's Catholic Chapel||Mass cancelled through April 12.|
|Saint Wendelin Catholic Church||Mass cancelled through April 12.|
|Salem Cass UMC||Sunday worship, ministry groups, and fellowship gatherings are all suspended until at least April 4. Follow their Facebook page.|
|StoneBridge Church of God||Online service only. Follow their Facebook page.|
|Trinity Episcopal Church||Online service only. Follow their Facebook page.|
|Trinity Lutheran Church||Services cancelled through the end of March. Follow their Facebook page.|
This list is being regularly updated. If there is a restaurant you are looking for specifically that is not on this list, you may try their Facebook page to see if any updates have been posted.
|All Restaurants and Bars - statewide||Closed 9:00 PM March 15 until further notice. Carry-out and delivery are still available. Content will be updated with restaurants that will be offering carry-out or delivery in response to this change.
|The Baking Company & Bread Kneads||The Baking Company & Bread Kneads will open for carry-out. Free delivery may be made on orders of $10 or more. Call 419-422-3863 to place your order.
|Beer Barrel Pizza & Grille||The Baking Company & Bread Kneads will open for Drive-thru carryout or Pick-Up at the Bar. Call 419-424-3663 to place your order.
|The Bistro||The Bistro will open for carry-out and free local delivery.
|Campus Pollyeyes||Pickup in store, Carside Pickup, Free Delivery. Call your order in: 419-525-5539.
|Cedar Valley||Pickup Inside or at Drive Thru. Call Ahead: 419-425-8866.|
|Chick-fil-A Findlay||Drive-Thru is open.
|Cheeky Bear||Pickup in store or Delivery.
|Circle of Friends Restaurant||Circle of Friends Restaurant will open for pickup in store or Delivery through GrubHub/DoorDash.
|Coffee Amici||Coffee Amici will be closed during the Director's Stay at Home Order.
|Dietsch Brothers Fine Chocolates and Ice Cream||Offering free in-town delivery.
|Fort Findlay Coffee & Doughnut Shoppe||Fort Findlay Coffee & Doughnut Shoppe will open for carry-out only.
|Japan West||Japan West is disclosed until further notice.
|The Jolly Dipper||The Jolly Dipper is open for business.
|Lima Ave Rootbeer Stand||Lima Ave Rootbeer Stand is open for business.
|Main Street Deli||Main Street Deli will be offering delivery and curbside pick up. You can call in your order to 419-425-3354. Credit/debit card preferred.
|Southside Family Restaurant||Southside Family Restaurant will be offering delivery and carryout. You can call in your order to 419-422-7031.
|Texas Roadhouse||Texas Roadhouse is open for carryout and curbside pickup. Family Packs available to feed 4. Call 419-420-7427 to order.
|Wilson's Sandwich Shop||Wilson's Sandwich Shop will leave their drive-thru service in place. The dining room will be closed until further notice.
|Ohio Closures||Fitness Centers
Indoor Water Parks
Indoor Trampoline Parks
Adult Day Cares
Adult Day Services in groups of 10 or greater
Starting Thursday March 26, 2020 and continuing through April 30, 2020 Child care centers must gain a temporary pandemic child care license. Children must be in groups of six or less. Limit shared space. Try to keep parents of same employer together.
Public Swimming Pools
|ALDI (nationwide)||ALDI stores across the country will be open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
|AMC Theaters (nationwide)||AMC Theater will be closed until further notice.
|The Dough Hook Meat Market||The Dough Hook Meat Market will be offering free delivery within a 15-mile radius on orders of $20 or more. The bakery department is temporarily closed.
|Fifth Third Bank||Fifth Third Bank Announces Additional Hardship Relief Immediately Available for Customers Affected by the Coronavirus.
|Huntington Bank||Huntington Bank's latest response to the COVID-19 Virus.
|Kroger||Until further notice, both Findlay locations and the Fostoria location will be restricting hours to be open 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
|Meijer||Until further notice, Meijer will be restricting hours to be open 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
|Menards||Until further notice, Meijer will be restricting hours to be open MOn-Sat 6 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sun 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Menards will no longer allow children under the age of 16 or pets in the store. Service dogs are welcome.
|Readmore's Hallmark of Findlay||Readmore’s Hallmark in Findlay is now closed until further notice.
|Tuffy of Findlay||Closed from March 22 until April 6.
Until further notice, all 24-hour stores will be restricting hours to be open 7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Every Tuesday through April 28, Walmart will host an hour-long senior shopping event for customers aged 60 and older, starting an hour before opening.
Beginning Saturday, April 4, 2020, Walmart will be limitieing the number of customers in each store at any giv en point in time.
|When you go to an essential business...||
|Brought to you by Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc., Meeting Guide is a free of charge meeting finder app for iOS and Android that provides meeting information from A.A. service entities in an easy-to-access format.|
Alcoholics Anonymous of Area 55
|Alcoholics Anonymous and A.A. in Northwest Ohio and Southeastern Michigan.|
All Inclusive Recovery Support (AIRS)
|Have you ever needed a support group with no road blocks or a meeting where all paths to recovery are open? This new meeting is inclusive to all people and paths to recovery. This will be held every day at 4:00 PM.|
Every day at 4:00 PM EST.Join.
Meeting ID: 575 773 710
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|Here are updates on how Celebrate Recovry is chaning due to the COVID-19 crisis.|
|The early morning meeting at the Pioneer Club is going digital on Zoom.|
Monday - Friday 6:30 AM-7:00 AM, Saturday and Sunday 7:30 AM-8:30 AMJoin.
Meeting ID: 868 722 071
One tap mobile:
CHESS Health Connections App
|For people in recovery from a substance use disorder, visit the website to get a download and access code for the app for free.|
|The 6:30 morning meeting at the Pioneer Club is going digital on Zoom.|
Monday-Friday 6:30am to 7:00am, Saturday and Sunday 7:30am to 8:30amJoin.
Meeting ID: 868 722 071
One tap mobile:
|The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) collects information on thousands of state-licensed providers who specialize in treating substance use disorders, addiction, and mental illness.|
In the Rooms
|Your recovery space when you can't meet face-to-face.|
|Narcotics Anonymous is a global, community-based organization with a multi-lingual and multicultural membership.|
Every Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 6:30 PM EST.Join.
Meeting ID: 812 650 758
One tap mobile:
NAMI Hancock County
|Family Support Group is now being offered online using Zoom, an online meeting service.|
Ohio Citizen Advocates for Addiction Recovery (OCAAR)
|OCAAR is compiling a list of local virtual recovery resources being held around the state.|
Open Minds (CA)
|Open Minds has opened up a weekly Zoom meeting at 5:00 PM every Sunday.|
Every Sunday at 5:00 PM EST.Join.
Meeting ID: 546 555 202
One tap mobile:
|Recovery Dharma Online||Recovery Dharma Online organizes daily meetings accessible via computer, smartphone, or dial-in. Together we meditate, study Buddhist teachings, and support each other on our paths to sobriety and peace.|
|Sanvello||On-demand help for stress, anxiety, and depression. Offering premium access for free during Covid-19 event. Sanvello offers clinically validated techniques and support to help you relieve symptoms. Upgrade through your health plan: Sanvello is now covered for millions.|
|SMART Recovery||Our mutual support meetings are free and open to anyone seeking science-based, self-empowered addiction recovery.|
Every Wednesday at 5:30 PM EST.Join.
Meeting ID: 347 145 160
One tap mobile:
Sober Grid started because the founders were looking for a sober community that could be accessed anytime anywhere. Today it is a platform full of evidence-based tools to help anyone get sober and stay sober.
Every night starting at 9 PM EST for open AA meetings
Every day for NA meetings (all are welcome) at 1 PM EST
Token Shop (AA)
|Token Shop has a list downloadable list of online and phone meetings.|
|Unity Recovery||Unity Recovery + WEconnect + Alano Club are now offering free virtual recovery meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic.|
|Hancock County Food Distribution Press Release||View full release.|
|AMVETS Post 21||AMVETS offers free meal delivery for military families More Info...|
|Bee Big Pantry||Bigelow Hill School|
|Blanchard Valley||1700 E Sandusky Findlay|
|Blessing Box||1137 S Main Findlay, 305 E Hardin Findlay|
|Carey Community Cupboard||128 Vance St Carey|
|The City Mission||Our residential guests receive 3 meals a day and any snacks/beverages they need as well. Community guests can grab a hot meal at the back door of the Mission every day from 11:30-12:30 and 4:30-5:30.|
|Community Dinner||A different Findlay church every Sunday|
|Findlay City Schools||Grab-and-go meals for ages 1-18 starting 03/17/20. 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM. Glenwood Middle School and Lincoln Elementary School. Follow their Facebook page.|
|Findlay YMCA||Tuesdays and Fridays. 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM.
|Firehouse Subs||The Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation board of directors has approved COVID-19 disaster relief funding. These funds are available to feed first responders as well as vulnerable members of the community who are shut-in or at home due to school closures. Call Firehouse Subs at (567) 525-3600 for further details.|
|Heavenly Pizza Findlay||1404 N Main Findlay|
|The Jolly Dipper||The Jolly Dipper will be offering 1 free hot dog and 1 baby ice cream to all school aged kids Monday-Friday from 11am-12pm. More Info...|
|Little Free Pantry||1201 N Main Findlay|
|Little Free Pantry McComb||210 E Main St. McComb|
|Passion Pantries||115 Bentley Ct Findlay, 545 Winfield Findlay, 1941 Carlin St|
|Punjabi Kitchen||Open 11am - 2pm from Wednesday through Sunday for people to pick up a FREE prepackaged meal per person. More Info...|
|Red Devil Pantry||300 Hillcrest Avenue Arlington|
|Van Buren Community Cupboard||207 W Market St Van Buren|
|We Serve.Coffee||Offering daily free lunches|
|West Ohio Food Bank||Hancock County Drive Through Food Distributions for April in Partnership with CHOPIN Hall
Any of the organizations listed will be in need of cash and/or food donations. Call the specific organization to see if they need any help with volunteers. If there's an organization that you believe could use your help, call them and find out. Otherwise, wash your hands, cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze, and be kind to one another.
|American Red Cross||The Red Cross has an urgent need for blood donations throughout the country. There has been an unprecedented number of cancellations of local blood drives. Please visit www.redcrossblood.org to find local blood drives and to make appointments to donate. The Red Cross is also currently in need of additional Blood Drive volunteers, Disaster Service responders, and "Volnteer from Home" volunteers. For anyone interested in volunteering for any of these positions, you can visit www.redcross.org/volunteer. For more information, please send email at Michael.firstname.lastname@example.org|
|City Mission||Bleach cleaners, toilet paper, paper towels, Lysol, hand sanitizer, large/xl latex gloves, mask, Lysol cleaning wipes. Donations can be made Monday- Saturday 10am- 6 pm and Sundays 2-6 pm. Donations can also be made online.|
|Hancock County Emergency Management Agency||The Hancock County Emergency Management Agency is accepting donations of personal protective equipemnt. Call 419-424-7092 for more details.|
|Heavenly Pizza||Money for Heavenly Pizza’s Pay-it-Forward Pizza Program|
|Hope House||The Findlay Hope House Housing Office at The Family Center is closed. While this physical location is not open for business, we are continuing to assist clients remotely and are asking that those in need of assistance call 419.425.4673. A staff member will be available between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm. Our transitional shelter location will continue to remain operational. For those wishing to donate items, we are currently accepting cleaning products, personal hygiene products, paper goods and non-perishable food items. At this time donations may be dropped off at our transitional shelter (419 Western Ave).||RepurposingProject.com||In response to the COVID-19 challenges, The Ohio Manufacturers’ Association (OMA), Ohio Hospital Association (OHA), Ohio Manufacturing Extension Program (Ohio MEP), nursing homes and JobsOhio have joined forces through the Ohio Manufacturing Alliance to Fight COVID-19. This collaborative effort will engage manufacturers to see which companies have interest in repurposing their manufacturing operations to produce some of the most in-demand products in the fight against COVID-19, especially products for the health care industry.|
If you work for an organization, whether non-profit or for-profit, and would like to have information about your organization added or updated, please use the contact form. Make sure that you include in the form that you are sending updates for the COVID-19 page.