Hancock Helps

A Project Sponsored by the Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation

Hancock Helps COVID-19 Information Page

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.

I have been laid off. What's my next step?
Unemployment Expanded Eligibility
Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA)
Pandemic EBT Benefits to Support Children during the COVID-19 Emergency
Recommendation Regarding the Use of Cloth Face Coverings

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

Responsible Restart Ohio
General Office Environments Restart
Manufacturing, Distribution & Construction Restart
Consumer, Retail & Services Restart

City/County Updates
State Updates
Federal Government and CDC
Household Preparedness
Factsheets
Resource Updates
Church Updates
Restaurant Updates
Public Places Updates
Support Group Updates
Food Resources
Educational Resources
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Responsible Protocols for Getting Ohio Back to Work

Guiding Principles

  1. Protect the health of employees, customers, and their families
  2. Support community efforts to control the spread of the virus
  3. Lead in responsibly getting Ohio back to work

Protocols for all businesses

  1. Require face coverings for employees and recommend them for clients and customers at all times
  2. Conduct daily health assessments by employers and employees (self-evaluation) to determine if "fit for duty"
  3. Maintain good hygiene at all times
    • Hand washing
    • Social distancing
    • Cough etiquette
  4. Clean and sanitize workplaces throughout workday and at the close of business or between shifts
  5. Limit capacity to meet social distancing guidelines
    • Establish maximum capacity at 50% of fire code
    • Use appointment times when possible

Take the following actions when a COVID-19 infection is identified

More details are available at Responsible Restart Ohio

Manufacturing, Distribution & Construction

Mandatory Recommended
Employees, Distributors, and Guests
  • Ensure minimum 6 feet between people, if not possible, install barriers
  • Businesses must require all employees to wear facial coverings, except for one of the following reasons*:
    • Facial coverings in the work setting are prohibited by law or regulation
    • Facial coverings are in violation of documented industry standards
    • Facial coverings are not advisable for health reasons
    • Facial coverings are in violation of the business’s documented safety policies
    • Facial coverings are not required when the employee works alone in an assigned work area
    • There is a functional (practical) reason for an employee not to wear a facial covering in the workplace.
  • Employees must perform daily symptom assessment**
  • Require employees to stay home if symptomatic
  • Require regular handwashing
  • Stagger or limit arrivals of employees and guests
  • Have employees work from home whenever possible
  • Consider having distributers and guests wear face coverings at all times
  • Provide stipend to employees for transportation
  • Shift Pattern
    • Daily disinfection of desks and workstations
    • Change shift patterns (e.g. fewer shifts)
    • Stagger lunch and break times
    • Split into sub-teams, limit contact across sub-teams
    • Reduce pace to allow less FTEs per line
    Physical Spaces and Workstations
    • Ensure minimum 6 ft between people, if not possible, install barriers
    • Daily deep disinfection of high-contact surfaces
    • Space factory floor to allow for distancing
    • Regulate max number of people in cafeterias/common spaces
    • Establish maximum capacity
    • Close cafeteria and gathering spaces if possible, or conduct regular cleanings
    • Daily deep disinfection of entire facility
    Confirmed Cases
  • Immediately isolate and seek medical care for any individual who develops symptoms while at work
  • Contact the local health district about suspected cases or exposures
  • Shutdown shop/floor for deep sanitation if possible
  • Work with local health department to identify potentially infected or exposed individuals to help facilitate effective contact tracing/notifications
  • Once testing is readily available, test all suspected infections or exposures
  • Following testing, contact local health department to initiate appropriate care and tracing
  • *Businesses must provide written justification, upon request, explaining why an employee is not required to wear a facial covering in the workplace. At minimum, facial coverings (masks) should be cloth/fabric and cover an individual’s nose, mouth, and chin.

    **Daily symptom assessments should include taking your temperature with a thermometer and monitoring for fever. Also watch for coughing or trouble breathing.

    More details are available at Responsible Restart Ohio Sector Specific Operating Requirements

    Consumer, Retail & Services

    Mandatory Recommended
    Employees
    • Ensure minimum 6 feet between people, if not possible, install barriers
    • Businesses must allow all customers, patrons, visitors, contractors, vendors and similar individuals to use facial coverings, except for specifically documented legal, life, health or safety considerations and limited documented security considerations.
    • Businesses must require all employees to wear facial coverings, except for one of the following reasons*:
      • Facial coverings in the work setting are prohibited by law or regulation
      • Facial coverings are in violation of documented industry standards
      • Facial coverings are not advisable for health reasons
      • Facial coverings are in violation of the business’s documented safety policies
      • Facial coverings are not required when the employee works alone in an assigned work area
      • There is a functional (practical) reason for an employee not to wear a facial covering in the workplace.
    • Employees must perform daily symptom assessment**
    • Require employees to stay home if symptomatic
    • Require regular handwashing by employees
    • Place hand sanitizers in high-contact locations
    • Clean high-touch items after each use (e.g. carts, baskets)
    • Group employees by shift to reduce exposure
    Customers and Guests
    • Ensure minimum 6 feet between customers
    • Specify hours for at-risk populations (e.g. elderly)
    • Place hand sanitizers in high-contact locations
    • Ask customers and guests not to enter if symptomatic
    • Stagger entry of customers and guests
    • Consider having customers wear face coverings at all times.
    • Health questionnaire for symptoms at entry point
    • Provide face coverings upon entry
    • Where possible, accept customers by appointment only
    • Increase availability for curb-side pickup
    • Consider suspending return policies
    Physical Spaces and Workstations
    • Ensure minimum 6 ft between people, if not possible, install barriers
    • Post social distancing signage and disinfect high-contact surfaces hourly
    • Clean merchandise before stocking if possible
    • Establish maximum capacity
    • Discontinue self-service food stations, product samples
    • Food courts remain closed
    • Close once a week for deep cleaning
    • Maximize available checkout space to promote social distancing (e.g., space customer lines with floor markers, use alternate registers)
    • Use contact-less payments where possible
    • Increase capacity for delivery and curb-side pickup
    Confirmed Cases
  • Immediately isolate and seek medical care for any individual who develops symptoms while at work
  • Contact the local health district about suspected cases or exposures
  • Shutdown shop/floor for deep sanitation if possible
  • Work with local health department to identify potentially infected or exposed individuals to help facilitate effective contact tracing/notifications
  • Once testing is readily available, test all suspected infections or exposures
  • Following testing, contact local health department to initiate appropriate care and tracing
  • *Businesses must provide written justification, upon request, explaining why an employee is not required to wear a facial covering in the workplace. At minimum, facial coverings (masks) should be cloth/fabric and cover an individual’s nose, mouth, and chin.

    **Daily symptom assessments should include taking your temperature with a thermometer and monitoring for fever. Also watch for coughing or trouble breathing.

    More details are available at Responsible Restart Ohio Sector Specific Operating Requirements

    General Office Environments

    Mandatory Recommended
    Employees and Guests
    • Ensure minimum 6 feet between people, if not possible, install barriers
    • Personnel should work from home when possible and feasible with business operations
    • Limit travel as much as possible
    • Stagger arrival of all employees and guests
    • Businesses must require all employees to wear facial coverings, except for one of the following reasons*:
      • Facial coverings in the work setting are prohibited by law or regulation
      • Facial coverings are in violation of documented industry standards
      • Facial coverings are not advisable for health reasons
      • Facial coverings are in violation of the business’s documented safety policies
      • Facial coverings are not required when the employee works alone in an assigned work area
      • There is a functional (practical) reason for an employee not to wear a facial covering in the workplace.
    • Employees must perform daily symptom assessment**
    • Require employees to stay home if symptomatic
    • Require regular handwashing by employees
    • Place hand sanitizers in high-contact locations
    • Ensure seating distance of minimum of 6 feet or more
    • Consider having customers wear face coverings at all times
    • Enable natural workplace ventilation
    • Health questionnaire for symptoms at entry
    • Temperature taking protocol
    Physical Spaces and Workstations
    • Frequent disinfection of desks, workstations, and high-contact surfaces
    • Daily disinfection of common areas
    • Cancel/postpone in person events when social distancing guidelines cannot be met
    • No buffet in cafeteria
    • Utilize disposable tableware and other materials
    • Establish maximum capacity
    • Reduce sharing of work materials
    • Post signage on health safety guidelines in common areas
  • Redesign/space workstations for 6 feet or more of distance
  • Close cafeteria and gathering spaces if possible, or conduct regular cleanings
  • Limit congregation in office spaces
  • Divide essential staff into groups and establishing rotating shift
  • Availability of at least 3 weeks of cleaning supplies
  • Confirmed Cases
  • Immediately isolate and seek medical care for any individual who develops symptoms while at work
  • Contact the local health district about suspected cases or exposures
  • Shutdown shop/floor for deep sanitation if possible
  • Work with local health department to identify potentially infected or exposed individuals to help facilitate effective contact tracing/notifications
  • Once testing is readily available, test all suspected infections or exposures
  • Following testing, contact local health department to initiate appropriate care and tracing
  • *Businesses must provide written justification, upon request, explaining why an employee is not required to wear a facial covering in the workplace. At minimum, facial coverings (masks) should be cloth/fabric and cover an individual’s nose, mouth, and chin.

    **Daily symptom assessments should include taking your temperature with a thermometer and monitoring for fever. Also watch for coughing or trouble breathing.

    More details are available at Responsible Restart Ohio Sector Specific Operating Requirements

    Updates from the City of Findlay and Hancock County

    City/County Office Updates
    Office Name Update Information
    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.
    Chamber of Commerce COVID-19 Response There are multiple ways the Findlay-Hancock County Chamber of Commerce is supporting the area.
    More Information
    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.
    More Information
    Engineer The Hancock County Engineer Office building is open to the public with a capacity limit of 2 people. Persons needing access past the lobby will be required to have face covering and answer screening questions. The Hancock County Engineer Garage building is closed to the public including vendors/delivery.
    More Information
    For Emergency Road Hazards please contact the Sheriff's Office - 419-424-2424
    Hancock Public Health Stay up to date on the Hancock Public Health Facebook Page.
    For the safety of our staff and the general public Hancock Public Health will be closing it's lobby to the general public.
    More Information
    Walk-in immunization clinics are closed. Call 419-424-7441 to schedule an immunization appointment. For a Narcan (naloxone) kit, call Gary Bright at 567-250-5151.
    Humane Society The Hancock County Humane Society will be open by appointment only for adoptions or surrenders, starting Tuesday. Anyone who wants to renew a dog license should call the agency first at 419-423-1664, ext. 123.
    More Information
    Job and Family Services Stay up to date on the Hancock County Job and Family Services Facebook Page.
    Lobby will be closed until further notice. A drop box is available to drop off paperwork.
    Access from Home
    Park District Hancock Park District is giving you a "Virtual Experience" on their Facebook Page.
    Hancock Park District has closed administrative offices and indoor facilities. More Information
    Recorder's Office

    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.

    Many public records can be searched online on our website: HERE or HERE

    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.
    More Info
    HERE are some special programs being offered by the VSO.
    Videos from around the County about COVID-19
    A Message from Hancock County Leaders (Video)
    4/6/2020 COVID-19 Hancock County Update 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
    First Hancock County Death 19 Conirmed Cases in Hancock County 24 confirmed + 4 probable Cases in Hancock County
    28 confirmed + 8 probable Cases in Hancock County
    More information from Blanchard Valley Health System
    COVID-19 Information Antibody Testing Now Avialable in Hancock County State of Our Organization - COVID-19 Response and Plan (video)
    State of Our Organization - COVID-19 Response and Plan - Part 2 (video) State of Our Organization - COVID-19 Response and Plan - Part 3 (video)
    COVID-19 cases in Hancock County*
    Hancock County Confirmed Cases Active Cases Age Range Total Hospitalizations Deaths
    42 3 15-87 10 1
    * = As of 06/02/20 at 4:00 PM.
    Utility Deadline Updates
    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

    Updates from the State of Ohio

    Announcements and Updates from the Governor and Director
    Director's Stay Safe at Home Order Through May 29, 2020 Director's Stay at Home Order Through May 1, 2020 Director's Stay at Home Order Through April 6, 2020
    Screening Employees for COVID-19 Governor DeWine has asked that all businesses take the temperatures of employees when they show up for work.

    Centers Approved for Pandemic Child Care

    Absentee ballots are now available through April 28th.

    Governor DeWine Signs Emergency Order Regarding Coronavirus Response

    OhioMHAS Coronavirus Information

    Message to Community Partners from OhioMHAS Director Lori Criss

    OhioMHAS Coronavirus Update - 03/14/2020

    Coronavirus and Unemployment Insurance Benefits

    Governor DeWine Announces K-12 schools will be completing this academic year remotely. A decision will be made on the next school year at a later time.

    Online Employee Training Resources

    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
    COVID-19 Information and Checklist for Businesses/Employers
    Top 10 PPE Wanted List
    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 together@ohio.gov
    More Resources for Ohio
    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 The Office of Small Business Relief
    COVID-19 cases in Ohio
    Ohio Confirmed Cases Number of Counties in Ohio Number of Hospitalizations in Ohio
    34639* 88* 6264*
    * = As of 06/03/20 at 2:00 PM.

    Updates from the CDC and Federal Government

    Recommendation Regarding the Use of Cloth Face Coverings

    U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams Demonstrates How to Make a Cloth Face Covering (video)

    Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Frequently Asked Questions

    SSA Local Offices Closed

    SAMHSA’s Disaster Distress Helpline
    1-800-985-5990
    OR Text TalkWithUs to 66746

    The CDC's Main COVID-19 Page

    SSA Local Offices Closed

    Guidance from the CDC on Mass Gatherings

    Guidance from the CDC on Symptoms and Testing

    Household Preparedness

    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.

    CDC Household Checklist

    As a family, you can plan and make decisions now that will protect you and your family during a COVID-19 outbreak.

    Stay informed and in touch
    Prepare for possible illness
    Take everyday preventative steps
    Watch for symptoms

    *This list is not all inclusive. Please consult your medical provider for any other symptoms that are severe or concerning.

    If someone in your home is sick
    Those at higher risk of severe illness

    Take additional precautions for those at higher risk, particularly older adults and those who have severe underlying health conditions.

    Children

    Fact Sheets and Printable Materials

    Fact Sheets from Blanchard Valley Health System
    Fact Sheet - English Fact Sheet - Spanish
    Fact Sheets from Franklin County Public Health
    Fact Sheet - English Fact Sheet - Spanish Fact Sheet - French
    Fact Sheet - Arabic Fact Sheet - Somali
    Posters and fact sheets from the CDC

    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
    Information from the Small Business Administration
    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
    Talking to Children About COVID-19
    English Spanish
    Hancock Helps Printable Poster

    Resource Updates

    Organization Name Details
    Ohio Department of Job and Family Services - statewide Updated Unemployment Information FAQ
    All K-12 schools - statewide Closed through The end of the school year. Further orders will be made about the 2020-2021 school year.
    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.
    • Nutrition - Mobile Meals are being delivered partnering with Cracker Barrel and Firehouse Subs. Grocery Delivery service is available partnering with Meijer.
      Curbside meal pickup will be available starting May 11. More Details...
    • Outreach - Home visits are suspended during 50 North closure. All member concerns and assessments shall be handled by telephone. Licensed Social Workers are available for wellness checks.
    • Chore - indoor chore work, unless it has to do with the health and safety of our clients, will be suspended during the 50 North closure. All outside chore work will continue as needed. Chore workers will limit face to face contact with members and will not require paperwork to be signed.
    • Activities/Programs - all are suspended during 50 North closure.
    • Wellness - all fitness/wellness classes are suspended during 50 North closure.
    Hancock County Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) There will be limited staff working in the office until June 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.
    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 stacy@cmchancock.org; Nikki Hagerty nikki@cmchancock.org; Danielle Steiner danielle@cmchancock.org; Kate Clymer kate@cmchancock.org; Kaitlyn Kniss info@cmchancock.org. 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.
    Mobile Food Pantry signup is going on April 7th and April 9th. If you or someone you know is in need of food, call CHOPIN Hall at 419-422-6401. Courier Story
    Christian Clearing House Closed until further notice.
    Family Resource Center Family Resource Center is open and continuing clinical services via telehealth (telephone and/or video therapy sessions). We are not offering in-person services at this time. Hancock County youth and adults seeking services can call our South Campus at 419-425-5050 anytime M-F, 9a-5p. For medication refills and injections, there is a marked parking spot under a tent outside of our South Campus location. A nurse will come out to assist clients here. Visit our COVID-19 web-page for resources and agency updates: www.frcohio.com/covid19
    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.
    Starting 04/14/20, all riders must wear masks. Paper or cloth masks are OK.
    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.
    Findlay Hope House has rescheduled its annual Benefit Auction, previously set for April 3, to June 12.
    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 eric@namihancockcounty.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 bailey@namihancockcounty.org 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
    Spanish
    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.
    ReStore Habitat ReStore is open for online and over the phone sales.
    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

    Church Updates

    Church Name Details
    Basilica and National Shrine of Our Lady Mass suspended. Anticipated date to resume is May 30th.
    Benton Ridge Good Shepherd UMC Online worship only until further notice. Online services live at 9 and 11am at focusonthecross.org or Facebook.
    CedarCreek Church Online service only. Follow their Facebook page.
    Church of the Great Peace All services at Church of the Great Peace are online until further notice due to State of Emergency. See their Facebook page for more information.
    College First Church of God Online service only. Follow their Facebook page.
    Enon Valley Presbyterian Church Services cancelled until further notice.
    First Christian Church Online service only. Follow their Facebook page.
    First Lutheran Church Online service only. Follow their Facebook page.
    Holy Family Catholic Church Mass suspended. Anticipated date to resume is May 30th.
    Howard United Methodist Church Online service only. Follow their Facebook page.
    Our Lady of Lourdes Church Mass suspended. Anticipated date to resume is May 30th.
    Saint Boniface Catholic Church Mass suspended. Anticipated date to resume is May 30th.
    St Lous Catholic Church Mass suspended. Anticipated date to resume is May 30th.
    St Mary's Catholic Church Mass suspended. Anticipated date to resume is May 30th.
    St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Churchl Mass suspended. Anticipated date to resume is May 30th. Mass streamed on their Facebook Page.
    St Patrick Catholic Church Mass suspended. Anticipated date to resume is May 30th.
    St Peter's Catholic Chapel Mass suspended. Anticipated date to resume is May 30th.
    Saint Wendelin Catholic Church Mass suspended. Anticipated date to resume is May 30th.
    Salem Cass UMC Sunday worship, ministry groups, and fellowship gatherings are all suspended until further notice. Follow their Facebook page for their SUnday message.
    StoneBridge Church of God Online service only. Follow their Facebook page.
    Trinity Episcopal Church Online service only. Follow their Facebook page.
    Trinity Lutheran Church >Online service only. Follow their Facebook page.

    Restaurant Updates

    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.

    Restaurant Name Details
    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.

    Findlay DoorDash Options

    Findlay Grubhub Options

    Alexandria's Open for lunch and dinner 12pm - 8pm / Tues - Sat. Free delivery on all orders over $40.
    Order Online
    More Details...
    Archie's Drive-In Walk-Up or Drive-Thru. Tables outside may not be used.
    More Details...
    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.
    More Details...
    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.
    More Details...
    The Bistro The Bistro will open for carry-out and free local delivery.
    More Details...
    The Bourbon Affair Carry Out or order online.
    Facebook Page
    Menu
    Buffalo Wild Wings Buffalo Wild Wings will open for Pickup in store or Delivery through GrubHub/DoorDash.
    Order online, or call: 419-422-9464
    Menu
    Cakes for Heavens Sake Pick up only. Call your order in: 567-525-5779 for Cakes, cookies, cupcakes, brownies and cheesecakes.
    Facebook Page
    Campus Pollyeyes Pickup in store, Carside Pickup, Free Delivery. Call your order in: 567-525-5539.
    More Details...
    Cedar Valley Pickup Inside or at Drive Thru. Call Ahead: 419-425-8866.
    More Details...
    Chick-fil-A Findlay Drive-Thru is open.
    More Details...
    Cheeky Bear Closed until May 11.
    More Details...
    Circle of Friends Restaurant Circle of Friends Restaurant will open for pickup in store or Delivery through GrubHub/DoorDash.
    More Details...
    Order Online
    Menu
    Coffee Amici Coffee Amici will be open M-F: 7A to 5P and Sa: 8A to 5P.
    More Details...
    The Corner Dairy Bar & Grill Carry out and drive-thru only
    Facebook
    Curly's Pizza & Drive Thru Carry out, delivery, and drive-thru only. Call Ahead: 419-365-4044.
    Dark Horse Restaurant Carry out. Call Ahead: 419-424-9201.
    Menu
    Dietsch Brothers Fine Chocolates and Ice Cream Offering free in-town delivery.
    More Details...
    The Dough Hook Curbside Delivery and Free 15 Mile Radius Delivery with $20 order. Order Online, or Call: 419-369-4264
    Menu
    Dougie John's Pizza Car-Side Pick Up, No Contact Pick Up, or Delivery. Order Online, or Call: 567-250-8978 (Findlay).
    Order Online, or Call: 419-615-1337 (Ottawa).
    Menu Page 1 Menu Page 2
    Fergie's Burgers, Fries, and Pies Fergie's Burgers, Fries, and Pies will open for Drive-Thru or Pick Up only. Call Ahead: 567-250-8657.
    Menu
    Fern Cafe Fern Cafe will open for Carry Out or Delivery only. Call Ahead: 419-423-2700.
    Findlay Brewing Company Fern Cafe will open for Carry Out and Delivery only. Call Ahead: 419-419-2739.
    More Info...
    Menu
    Fins Seafood & Grille Fins Seafood & Grille will open for Carry Out, Curbside Delivery, $3 delivery for orders of $25+. Call Ahead: 419-429-1900.
    More Info...
    Menu
    Flippin' Jimmy's Flippin' Jimmy's will open for Carry Out, Curbside Pickup, and Delivery. Call Ahead: 419-701-7062.
    Menu
    Fort Findlay Coffee & Doughnut Shoppe Fort Findlay Coffee & Doughnut Shoppe will open for carry-out only.
    More Details...
    Fostoria Pizza Palace Fostoria Pizza Palace will open for Carry Out and Delivery. Call Ahead: 419-435-1807.
    Menu
    George House Coffee & Tea George House Coffee & Tea will be open for Take Out at the walk-up window only.
    Menu
    Get Right Nutrition Club Get Right Nutrition Club will be open for Carry Out and Delivery. Call Ahead: 567-250-8762
    Menu
    Gillig Winery Gillig Winery will be open for wine delivery only. Call Ahead: 419-408-3230
    More Details
    Golden Flames Asian Bistro Express Golden Flames Asian Bistro Express will be open for take out and delivery. Call Ahead: 567-525-5094
    Menu
    Heavenly Pizza Heavenly Pizza will be open for take out and delivery. Order online or call Ahead: 419-423-7494
    Menu
    Hunan Garden Hunan Garden will be open for curbside pickup only. Call Ahead: 419-420-1689
    Menu
    Jac & Do's Jac & Do's will be open for pick up and delivery. Order online or call Ahead: 419-365-6415
    Menu
    Jack & Jin's Thai Restaurant Jack & Jin's Thai Restaurant will be open for pickup only. Call Ahead: 419-427-2526
    Menu
    Jack-B's Jack-B's will be open for curbside delivery, or delivery through GrubHub/DoorDash. Order online or call Ahead: 567-294-4234
    Menu
    Japan West Japan West is closed until further notice.
    More Details...
    JB Twisters Ice Cream and Things JB Twisters Ice Cream and Things will be open for pickup or drive-thru only. Call Ahead: 419-435-1963
    Menu
    Joey Fratello's Joey Fratello's will be open for Delivery, Carry Out, Curbside Delivery. Call Ahead: 419-427-5639
    Menu
    The Jolly Dipper The Jolly Dipper is open for business.
    More Details...
    Keith's Dugout Keith's Dugout is open for Carry Out and Drive-Thru.
    Menu
    Legends Catering Legends Catering is open for Carry Out and Delivery. Call ahead: 419-422-7000
    Menu
    Lima Ave Rootbeer Stand Lima Ave Rootbeer Stand is open for business.
    More Details...
    Logan's Irish Pub Logan's Irish Pub will be open for Carry out, Curbside, and Delivery. Order online or call Ahead: 419-420-3602
    Menu
    Luke's Bar and Grill Luke's Bar and Grill will be open for Carry out only. Call Ahead: 419-358-4486
    Menu
    Main Street Deli Main Street Deli will be offering delivery and curbside pick up. You can call in your order to 419-425-3354. Text your order to: 419-721-2850. Credit/debit card preferred.
    Menu
    Deli Breakfast Packs and Deli Dinner Packs available. More Details...
    Miller's Meats and Catering Miller's Meats and Catering will be offering curbside delivery. You can call in your order to 419-423-3868 or 419-306-9030.
    Menu
    Mi Tequila Mexican Restaurant Mi Tequila Mexican Restaurant will be offering pickup. You can call in your order to 419-422-6950.
    Menu
    Mr. Twister's Mr. Twister's will be open for Drive-Thru only.
    Facebook
    Oler's Bar and Grill Oler's Bar and Grill will be open for Carry Out. You can call in your order to 419-423-2846.
    Menu
    Taco Takeout Boxes available. More Info...
    Padrone’s Pizza Padrone’s Pizza will be offering Carry Out and Delivery. You can call in your order to 419-427-0320.
    Menu
    Paradise Pizza Paradise Pizza will be offering Carry Out and Delivery. You can call in your order to 419-422-9200.
    Menu
    Pisanello’s Pizza Pisanello’s Pizza will be offering Pick Up and Delivery. You can call in your order to 419-293-0008.
    Menu
    Punjabi Kitchen Punjabi Kitchen will be offering curbside Pick Up. You can call in your order to 419-424-9700.
    Menu
    QQ Garden QQ Garden will be offering Pick Up.
    Order online or call Ahead: 419-427-8801
    Menu
    R&J’s Cheesecake Shoppe R&J’s Cheesecake Shoppe will be offering Carry Out or Delivery through DoorDash.
    Order online for delivery or call Ahead: 567-525-3434 for pickup
    Menu
    Red’s Pizza Red’s Pizza will be offering Pick Up and Delivery. You can call in your order to 419-435-2224.
    Menu
    Rossilli’s Restaurant Rossilli’s Restaurant will be offering Pick Up. You can call in your order to 419-423-5050.
    Menu
    Southside Family Restaurant Southside Family Restaurant will be offering delivery and carryout. Call Ahead: 419-894-6055.
    Menu
    The Stable The Stable will be offering drive thru and carryout. You can call in your order to 419-422-7031.
    Menu
    Stix Restaurant Stix Restaurant will be offering Carry Out 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. and Delivery 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Call Ahead: 567-525-3192.
    Lunch Menu Dinner Menu
    Texas Roadhouse Texas Roadhouse is open for carryout and curbside pickup. Family Packs available to feed 4. Call 419-420-7427 to order.
    More Details...
    Tony’s Restaurant Tony’s Restaurant will be offering Carry Out and $3 Delivery.
    Order online or call Ahead: 419-424-3100
    Menu
    Twisted Whisk Cafe Twisted Whisk Cafe will be offering Carry Out.
    Call Ahead: 419-358-9622
    Menu
    We Serve. Coffee Twisted Whisk Cafe will be offering Carry Out.
    Call Ahead: 567-525-4680
    Limited Menu
    West Main Crust Twisted Whisk Cafe will be offering pick up.
    Call Ahead: 419-423-4075
    Menu
    Wildcat Cafe Twisted Whisk Cafe will be offering carry out.
    Call Ahead: 419-387-7095
    Menu
    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.
    More Details...
    Wolfies Roasted Nuts Order Online with in-store curbside pick-up option or Shipping.
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    Other Public Places Updates

    State Closures/Reopening

    Changes made by date
    May 15 May 21 May 26 May 31
  • Outside dining at restaurants
  • Outside dining at bars
  • Barber shops
  • Hair salons
  • Nail salons
  • Tattoo parlors
  • Inside dining
  • Campgrounds
  • Gyms
  • Pools
  • Non Contact and Limited Contact Sports Leagues
  • Day Camps
  • Information on Public Places
    Organization Name Details
    Ohio Closures Fitness Centers
    Restaurants and bars - Outside dining available on May 15th. Inside dining on May 21st.
    Gyms
    Recreation Centers
    Movie Theaters
    Indoor Water Parks
    Indoor Trampoline Parks
    Bowling Alleys
    Barber Shops
    Hair Dressers - Opening May 15th with restrictions
    Nail Salons - Opening May 15th with restrictions
    Spas
    Tattoo Parlors - Opening May 15th with restrictions
    Senior Centers
    Adult Day Cares
    Adult Day Services in groups of 10 or greater
    Starting Thursday March 26, 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.
    Campgrounds
    Public Swimming Pools
    Day Camps
    Residential Camps
    ALDI (nationwide) ALDI stores across the country will be open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
    More Details...
    AMC Theaters (nationwide) AMC Theater will be closed until further notice.
    More Details...
    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.
    More Details...
    Fifth Third Bank Fifth Third Bank Announces Additional Hardship Relief Immediately Available for Customers Affected by the Coronavirus.
    More Details...
    Huntington Bank Huntington Bank's latest response to the COVID-19 Virus.
    More Details...
    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.
    More Details...
    Meijer Until further notice, Meijer will be restricting hours to be open 8 a.m. to 12 midnight. Face Masks will be required for shopping at Meijer.
    More Details...
    Menards Until further notice, Menards 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. Face Masks will be required for shopping at Menards.
    More Details...
    Readmore's Hallmark of Findlay Readmore’s Hallmark in Findlay is now closed until further notice.
    More Details...
    ReStore Starting May 5th, Habitat for Humanity ReStore will be open to the public.
    Tuffy of Findlay Closed from March 22 until April 6.
    More Details...
    Walmart (nationwide)

    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.
    More Details...

    Beginning Saturday, April 4, 2020, Walmart will be limitieing the number of customers in each store at any given point in time.
    More Details...

    When you go to an essential business...
    • Sanitize before you go
    • Use wipes and sanitizers that are available
    • Don't go if you're sick
    • Order online if you can and get curbside pickup when you arrive

    Support Group Updates

    Alcoholics Anonymous

    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.

    AA Meeting Guide

    Alcoholics Anonymous Online Intergroup

    Offers Online Support

    Website

    Alcoholics Anonymous of Area 55

    Alcoholics Anonymous and A.A. in Northwest Ohio and Southeastern Michigan.

    Information on Meetings

    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

    Direct Dial:
    312-626-6799 US
    646-558-8656 US
    Meeting ID: 575 773 710

    Celebrate Recovery

    Here are updates on how Celebrate Recovery is chaning due to the COVID-19 crisis. Website.

    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. Website.

    Cocaine Anonymous Online

    Offers online support and services. Website.

    Day by Day NA

    This is the NA meeting often referred to as "George House."

    Every Sunday. Support and fellowship bbegins at 6:30 PM. Meeting starts at 7:00 PM.

    Join.

    Meeting ID: 913 431 773

    Direct Dial:
    312-626-6799 US
    646-558-8656 US
    Meeting ID: 913 431 773

    Earlybird AA

    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 8:30am

    Join.

    Meeting ID: 868 722 071

    Direct Dial:
    312-626-6799 US
    646-558-8656 US
    Meeting ID: 868 722 071

    FindTreatment.gov

    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. Website

    In the Rooms

    Your recovery space when you can't meet face-to-face. Website.

    Lifeboat NA

    Narcotics Anonymous is a global, community-based organization with a multi-lingual and multicultural membership.

    Every Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Support and fellowship bbegins at 6:30 PM. Meeting starts at 7:00 PM.

    Join.

    Meeting ID: 812 650 758

    Direct Dial:
    312-626-6799 US
    646-558-8656 US
    Meeting ID: 812 650 758

    LifeRing

    LifeRing Secular Recovery offers online support.

    Website

    Marijuana Anonymous

    Offers Virtual Support. Website

    NAMI Hancock County

    Family Support Group is now being offered online using Zoom, an online meeting service.

    Please email bailey@namihancockcounty.org for a link to join the meeting. If you have any questions about this service, you can email Bailey!

    Narcotics Anonymous

    Offers a variety of online and skype meeting options.

    Meeting Search

    Ohio Citizen Advocates for Addiction Recovery (OCAAR)

    OCAAR is compiling a list of local virtual recovery resources being held around the state.

    Full List

    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

    Direct Dial:
    312-626-6799 US
    646-558-8656 US
    Meeting ID: 546 555 202

    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. Website
    Reddit Recovery Offers a virtual hangout and support during recovery. Community
    Refuge Recoveryy Provides online and virtual support. Meeting List
    SAMHSA Support Updates This is a PDF with multiple supports available as the landscape of recovery meetings has changed due to COVID-19. Download
    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. Website
    SMART RecoveryOur 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

    Direct Dial:
    312-626-6799 US
    646-558-8656 US
    Meeting ID: 347 145 160

    Community
    SoberCity Offers and online support and recovery community. Website
    Sober Grid

    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. Website.

    Every night starting at 9 PM EST for open AA meetings
    https://zoom.us/j/2533660083
    Meeting ID: 253 366 0083
    Direct Dial:
    929-205-6099
    312-626-6799
    Meeting ID: 253 366 0083

    Every day for NA meetings (all are welcome) at 1 PM EST
    https://zoom.us/j/823208344
    Meeting ID: 823 208 344
    Direct Dial:
    929-205-6099
    312-626-6799
    Meeting ID: 823 208 344

    Soberistas Provides a women-only international online recovery community. Website
    Sober Recovery Provides and online forum for those in recovery and their friends and family. Website

    Token Shop (AA)

    Token Shop has a list downloadable list of online and phone meetings. Information on Meetings
    Unity Recovery Unity Recovery + WEconnect + Alano Club are now offering free virtual recovery meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic. Website
    We Connect Recovery Provides daily online recovery groups for those with substance use and mental illness. Website

    Available Food Resources

    Organization Name Details
    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
    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.
    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 through the summer break. Mondays and Wednesdays, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Glenwood Middle School and Lincoln Elementary School. Open to all Hancock County youth. Follow their Facebook page.
    Findlay YMCA Tuesdays and Fridays. 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM.
    Locations:
    • Whittier Primary School
    • Wilson Vance Intermediate School
    • Jefferson Primary School
    • Chamberlin Hill Intermediate School
    • Lincoln Elementary School
    • Jacobs Primary School
    • Bigelow Hill Intermediate School
    • Northview Primary School
    Each bag contains two breakfasts, two lunches, two dinners, and two snacks. Follow their Facebook page.
    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
    Summer Lunch Program Grab-and-go meals for ages 1-18 through the summer break. Mondays and Wednesdays, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Glenwood Middle School and Lincoln Elementary School. Open to all Hancock County youth.
    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
    • Saturday, April 4, 8:00am to 10:00am: Gateway Church, 9555 CR 9, Findlay
    • Thursday, April 9, 1:00pm to 3:00pm at Cornerstone Baptist Church, 8360 CR 140, Findlay
    • Saturday, April 18, 8:00am to 10:00am - TBD Tentatively Arlington
    • Wednesday, April 22, 1:00pm to 3:00pm at Maranatha Bible Church, 10965 SR 613 Van Buren (on the corner of SR 613 and CR 142)

    Available Educational Resources

    Charter/Spectrum Offering Free Internet for displaced students
    Click Here

    Scholastic Learn at Home
    Click Here

    List of Virtual Field Trips
    Click Here

    NASA Image and Video Library
    Click Here

    Children's Story Books Read by Officer White of Findlay Police Department
    Click Here

    Online Programs from Ohio's Public Libraries
    Click Here

    PBS Kids
    Click Here

    Design Squad Global
    Click Here

    We Are Teachers
    Click Here

    TeacherVision
    Click Here

    Socrates
    Click Here

    Highlights Kids
    Click Here

    edHelper
    Click Here

    Fact Monster
    Click Here

    ABCya
    Click Here

    National Geographic for Kids
    Click Here

    Funbrain
    Click Here

    Fuel the Brain
    Click Here

    Mr. Nussbaum’s
    Click Here

    Old Farmer’s Almanac for Kids
    Click Here

    Exploratorium’s online Learning Toolbox
    Click Here

    Turtle Diary
    Click Here

    e-learning for kids
    Click Here

    Sesame Street
    Click Here

    Smithsonian Learning Lab
    Click Here

    Smithsonian’s educational videos
    Click Here

    Grid Club
    Click Here

    Khan Academy
    Click Here

    Arcademics
    Click Here

    How Stuff Works
    Click Here

    TED Talks
    Click Here

    Time for Kids
    Click Here

    Lakeshore Learning
    Click Here

    KiwiCo
    Click Here

    Kohl Children’s Museum
    Click Here

    SHORT & CURLY podcast
    Click Here

    Brains On!
    Click Here

    Listenwise
    Click Here

    But Why
    Click Here

    Ear Snacks
    Click Here

    How Can I Help?

    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.

    Specific Needs of Organizations

    Organization Name Details
    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.vance@redcross.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.


    Organizational Updates

    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.


    Emergency Numbers

    9-1-1 - Immediate emergencies only!
    Hancock County Sheriff's Office:
    Findlay Police Department:
    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
    Crisis Text Line:
    Quick Response Team:
    Open Arms 24-Hour Domestic Violence:
    Child Abuse Hotline:
    Rape, Abuse, Incest, National Network:
    Crisis Hotline:

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