Trumbull County

The County Resource Directory
provides a self-service database of agencies
and programs serving County residents
.

The Ohio Benefit Bank

Neighbors helping neighbors

1-800-648-1176

www.ohiobenefits.org

Trained counselors are available where you live, work, play, and pray. Call today to check your eligibility and find a site near you:

  • Prescription Assistance
  • Access to Tax Credits
  • Food Assistance
  • Medical Coverage
  • Assistance with utilities
  • And other community supports

Trumbull Community Action Program

1230 Palmyra Rd. SW

Warren, OH  44485

Phone:  330-393-2507

www.tcaphelps.org




The Community Services Network is made of more than 1100 local, private, non-profit and public agencies that work to alleviate poverty and empower low-income families in communities throughout the United States.

Services:  transportation, prescription, eye care, rental assistance, energy assistance (HEAP), employment, child development, food/nutrition (pantries & emergency food), housing & community development (repairs), youth programs, transportation, seniot services.

Ohio Home Weatherization Program (HWAP)

Office of Community Assistance

77 S High St., P.O. Box 1001

Columbus, OH  43216-1001

Phone:  330-393-2507 or 800-282-0882

 

 

The Ohio Home Weatherization Assistance Program (HWAP) is a no-cost energy assistance program designed to increase the energy efficiency of dwellings owned or occupied by income-eligible Ohioans, reduce participants' household energy expenditures, and improve participants' health and safety. HWAP is federally funded by the U.S. Department of Energy and provided to Ohioans at no cost for customers Households at or below the federal poverty guidelines or households receiving Supplemental Security Income qualify for this no-cost program.

Any individual, homeowner, or renter with an income that falls into the federal government's poverty guidelines can apply for services under the HWAP. As required by the federal government, HWAP providers give priority to people over the age of 60 and those with disabilities. The local agency's review of your application will determine your eligibility for services.

Social Welfare Services

Find social and welfare services in your area by entering your zip code at this web site:

http://www.socialwelfareservices.org/Ohio/

 

Area Agency On Aging, AAA 11
5555 Youngstown-Warren Rd., Ste. 2685, 2nd Fl.

Niles, Ohio 4446


Phone: 330-505-2300 or 800-686-7367

Fax:  330-530-8862

Lisa Solley-lsolley@aaa11.org

www.aaa11.org

Long-term Care Ombudsman

800-589-5826

Adult day services, Companion services, Home delivered meals, Home medical equipment, Homemaker services, Home repair, Electronics monitoring systems, and medical transportation

The Ombudsman addresses the concerns of consumers in a variety of long term care settings. by investigating and resolving complaints; Promoting the enforcement of laws and regulations; Advising and recommending policy to sttae andd federal government agencies on long term care issuses; and educating the public, consumers, providers, and policy makers.

Trumbull Advocacy and Protective Network (TAPN)

P.O. Box 256

Brookfield, OH  44403

Phone:  330-550-9244

http://www.trumbullprobate.org/TAPN.htm

This is a network of representatives from social services, government medicine, law enforcement, the courts, etc. who serve seniors. 

  • Protection from Abuse, Neglect or Exploitation
  • Mental Health/Substance Abuse Counseling
  • Housing or Financial Assistance
  • Housekeeping/Personal Care/Home Delivered Meals
  • Information on Legal or Insurance Resources
  • Transportation

TAPN is not a direct service provider, but connects people to other agencies such as:

211, AAA1, Adult Protective Services, Ombudsman etc.

Advocacy & Protective Services, Inc.

North East Region

4891 E County Line Rd.

Mineral Ridge, OH  44440

Phone:  330-652-3695 9-5 M-F

Fax:  330-652-0480

After hours, evenings, weekends, holidays:  614-262-3800 or 800-282-9363

http:apsiohio.org/

APSI (Advocacy & Protective Services, Inc.) is a private, non-profit agency dedicated to protecting the rights of Ohioans with developmental disabilities. We advocate for the people we serve by helping to make their desires and needs known, especially when they cannot speak for themselves or if they have no other advocate. We do this by providing a full array of guardianship and protective services to individuals age 18 or older.

The Golden Buckeye Card

1-800-422-1976

More than two million Ohioans are eligible for the Golden Buckeye card, honored at more than 16,000 businesses statewide. Golden Buckeye cardholders have saved an estimated $2 billion since 1976. All Ohioans age 60 or older, as well as adults age 18-59 who have disabilities as defined by Social Security, are eligible for a free Golden Buckeye Card.

AARP Ohio

http://www.aarp.org/states/oh/

 

By Mail

AARP

601 E Street N.W.

Washington, DC 20049

 

By Phone

Toll-Free Nationwide: 1-888-OUR-AARP

(1-888-687-2277)

Medicare Supplement Plans

You must meet the minimum age requirement of 65+ to be eligible. If you are not yet age 65, but eligible for Medicare by reason of disability, please call 1-866-270-8022 for more information.

 

Medicare Prescription Drug Plans

WHY DO YOU NEED MEDICARE PART D?

Medicare Part D plans are designed to help make prescription drug costs more predictable. With the rising costs of prescription drugs, enrolling in a Medicare Part D plan may be a smart way of insuring yourself again the unexpected. Even if you are relatively healthy, enrolling could save you money in the future.

BENEFITS OF AARP MedicareRx PLANS

The AARP® MedicareRx Plans, insured through UnitedHealthCare, offer simple, reliable protection to help you manage the cost of your prescription drugs. In fact, members of AARP MedicareRx Plans together saved over $15 billion on their prescription drugs.*If you are eligible for Medicare, these plans are available to you, even if you’re not a member of AARP.

 

  • Long Term Care Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Discounts
  • Prescrption Discounts
  • Fitness Discounts
  • Health Essentials Catalog
  • Medical Supply Services
  • ADT Companion Service

Trumbull County Department of Job and Family Services
Adult Protective Services

280 N. Park, Ste. #1
Warren, OH  44481

Phone:  330- 675-2000

http://hs.co.trumbull.oh.us/index.html

Services include:

  • Cash assistance
  • Employment & training
  • Food assistance
  • Medical assistance
  • (PRC) Emergency assistance
  • Transportation

Adult Protective Services

investigates allegations of Abuse, Neglect or Exploitation of Trumbull County Residents 60 years of age or older.

To make a referral call 330- 392-3248

 

Fairhaven/Trumbull County Board of Developmental Disabilities
1400 Tod Ave NW
Warren, OH 44485

Board Offices:

45 North Rd.

Niles, Ohio 44446


Phone: 330-392-8000

www.fairhavenpgm.com

County agency providing supports to children and adults who have mental retardation or developmental disabilities

Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation

161 S High St., Ste. 103

Akron, OH  44308

Phone: 330-643-3080 or 800-251-2368

Voice/TTY:  330-643-3090

Fax: 330-643-3084

www.rsc.ohio.gov/index/core-services/bureau-of-vocational-rehabilitation

The Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation (BVR) is the program that provides individuals with disabilities the services and support necessary to help them attain and maintain employment. Disabilities may include either physical, intellectual, mental health, or sensory disabilities.

Coleman Behavioral Health - Trumbull

552 North Park Avenue

Warren, Ohio 44481

24/7 Crisis Help Line: 330-394-8821

    Access Center

    320 High Street NE

    Warren, Ohio 44481

    330-393-1175

Crisis prevention and intervention for drug abuse and mental health services

The Access Center provides24-hour intervention for individuals experiencing a mental health crisis.

www.moodtracker.com

Online tools for Depression and Bipolar Disorder

Moodtracker features:

  • Graphical mood chart
  • Medication history
  • Public forum
  • Support Alerts
  • Connect with your caregiver

National Suicide Hotlines

Toll-free/24 hours/7days a week

 

National Hopeline Network

1-800-784-2433

 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1-800-273-8255

 

YAH! Youth America Hotline

Counseling for Teens by Teens

1-877-968-8454

 

The Trevor Project

1-866-488-7386

Crisis intervention & suicide prevention for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth

www.thetrevorproject.org

Crisis Chat

Online Emotional Support

www.crisischat.org

 

I'm Alive

An Online Crisis Network

Suicide & Crisis Chat

www.imalive.org

 

Vet 2 Vet

1-877-838-2838

 

Veterans Crisis Line

1-800-273-8255, Press 1

 

1-800 PPD MOMS (773-6667)

Postpartum Depression?

Talk to a mom who's been there.

1-800-799-4889 TTY

Burdman Group/Trumbull Intensive Community Treatment Center

820 Pine Ave.

Warren, OH  44483

Phone:   330-393-0598

Provides intensive case management to clients with severe mental disabilities.

St. Joseph Health Center/New Start Treatment Center

Phone:   330-306-5010

Adult facility for outpatient treatment of alcohol and drug dependency.

The Greater Warren-Youngstown Urban League

290 Wt Market St.

Warren, OH  44481

Phone:   330-394-4316

Homeless shelter (Amos Christy House), educational, employment, life-skills center, services, entrepeneurship services.

Valley Counseling Services, Inc. SE Office

4970 Belmont Ave.

Youngstown, OH  44505

Phone:   330-759-8237

A private, non-profit behavioral healthcare provider.

Trumbull County Child Protective Services
2282 Reeves Rd NE
Warren, OH 44483


Phone: 330- 372-2010

www.trumbullcsb.com

Services are for families with children determined to be at risk of abuse and neglect

PCASO-PUBLIC CHILDREN SERVICES ASSOCIATION OF OHIO 

510 E Mound St., Ste. 200

Columbus, OH 43215

Phone:  614-224-5802

Fax: 614-228-5150

http://www.pcsao.org/links.htm

The Public Children Services Association of Ohio is a private non-profit association of the county public children services agencies charged with child protection throughout Ohio. The PCSAO mission statement drives its work: PCSAO is a proactive coalition of Public Children Services Agencies that promotes the development of sound public policy and program excellence for safe children, stable families, and supportive communities. We do this through advocacy, research, training, consultation, and technical assistance.

Bureau for Children with Medical Handicaps

246 N High St., PO Box 1603

Columbus, OH  43216-1603

Phone:  800-755-4769

The Bureau for Children with Medical Handicaps (BCMH) is a health care program in the Ohio Department of Health (ODH). BCMH links families of children with special health care needs to a network of quality providers and helps families obtain payment for the services their children need.

National Domestic Violence Hotline
Phone 1-800-799-SAFE(7233)
1-800-787-3224(TDD)
Services are for families with children determined to be at risk of abuse and neglect

Rape Crisis Team of Trumbull County

418 W Main St.

Warren, OH  44482

Phone:   330-394-4060

 

Someplace Safe

1540 Tod Ave NW

Warren, OH  44485

Phone:  330-393-3003

24 Hour Hotline: 330-393-3005

 Domestic violence agency

American Red Cross of Mahoning Valley
661 Mahoning Ave NW
Warren, OH 44483


Phone: 330-392-2551

The American red Cross prevents & alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.

Second Harvest Food Bank
2805 Salt Springs Rd
Youngstown, OH 44509


Phone: 330-792-5522

The food goes to working poor families, seniors, battered women and their children, homelessshelters and the critically ill.

The Good Shepherd Center, Inc.
144 Main St.
Greenville, PA 16125


Phone:  724-588-2210

4:00 pm. SERVICES PROVIDED: FoodPantry - monthly food distribution for families and individuals in need

Salvation Army
270 Franklin St SE
Warren, OH 44483


Phone: 330-392-1573

Services provided are health services, addiction dependency, worship services, and family tracing

Goodwill Industries
2083 Elm Rd NE
Warren , OH 44483


Phone: 330-372-1214

This non-profit organization helps people with education, training, and career services for people with physical, mental and emotional disabilities

Catholic Charities
175 Laird Ave. NE

Warren, OH  44483

Phone:  330-393-4254

 

This organization provides services to help children and youth succeed, strengthening and supporting families

Emergency Assistance

  • Utility payments
  • Food service
  • Emergency Assistance (shelter, clothing, food, homeless, transportation, back-to-school)
  • Domestic Violence Shelter
  • Parenting Skills
  • First Step Preganancy & Family Support
  • Clothing & more

Inspiring Minds

175 Laird Ave.

Warren, OH  44483

Phone:  330-469-6729

Hours:  Mon-Thurs. 2pm-6pm

Email:  Info@InspiringMindsYouth.org

www.inspiringmindsyouth.org

At Inspiring Minds, we provide young people with the opportunities and motivation to overcome the obstacles that stand between them and personal success.

Programs:  education, exposure to new experiences, college readiness, professional development, health & wellness, urban garden, summer enrichment program, and and community services.

United Way of Trumbull County
3601 Youngstown Rd. SE
Warren, OH 44484


Phone: 330-369-1000

This organization provides services to help children and youth succeed, strengthening and supporting families

Trumbull County Metropolitan Housing Authority
4076 Youngstown Rd. SE
Warren, OH 44484

Phone: 330-369-1533

http://www.trumbulltmha.org/

Their programs provide assistance to low and moderate income families and individuals

 

H.E.A.P.

Home Energy Assistance Program

Call HEAP toll-free at (800) 282-0880 during regular business hours (7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) Monday through Friday. For the hearing-impaired with a telecommunication device for the deaf (TTD), call toll-free number (800) 686-1557

The Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) is a federally funded program administered by the Ohio Department of Development's Office of Community Assistance (OCA). It is designed to help eligible low-income Ohioans meet the high costs of home heating. If you are eligible for assistance, the amount of your one-time HEAP benefit wilI depend on federal funding levels, how many people live with you, total household income, and the primary fuel you use to heat your home. In most cases, the one-time benefit will be a credit applied to your energy bill by your utility company (or fuel vendor).

http://www.needhelppayingbills.com/

Find information on assistance programs, charity organizations, and other resources that will provide you with help paying your bills, mortgage and debt, show you how to save money, as well as provide some tips and ways to pay bills when money is tight

Save the Dream Ohio

http://savethedream.ohio.gov/

1-888-404-4674

Restoring stability

Avoiding foreclosure

Creating financial fitness

Ohio Housing Finance Agency

57 E Main St.

Columbus, OH  43215

Phone: 614-466-7970 or 888-362-6432

TDD: 614-466-1940

www.ohiohome.org

The Ohio Housing Finance Agency offers affordable housing opportunities for Ohioans from rental assistance to home ownership. OHFA provides access to financial resources for the development and management of affordable, safe, and sanitary housing. The agency’s programs serve first-time homebuyers, renters, senior citizens, and other populations with special needs who otherwise might not be able to afford quality housing. (Serves all 88 Counties in Ohio)

The Ohio Healthy Homes Network (OHHN)

1051 E Main St.

Columbus, OH  43205

http://www.ohhn.org

The Ohio Directory of Lead and Home Repair Resources (Directory) was created to assist Ohio's homeowners, tenants and small property owners to locate resources to maintain Ohio's older housing stock and address lead-based paint hazards. In the future, the Ohio Healthy Homes Network (OHHN) plans to add resources that address other hazards in the home, such as mold, radon, pests, injuries, second hand smoke, and contaminants. Click this link to find resources in your county:

http://www.ohhn.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=127&Itemid=168

Trumbull County Health Department
176 Chestnut Ave. NE
Warren, OH 44483


Phone: 330-675-2489

The health department performs food licensing and food inspection, vaccination programs, free STD and AIDS tests, and other medical assistance.

Starkey Hearing Foundation

Hear Now

1-866-354-3254

www.starkeyhearingfoundation.org

Hear Now is a national non-profit program committed to assisting those permanently residing the in the U.S. who are deaf or hard of hearing and have no other resources to acquire hearing aids. Our Mission: Change the social consciousness of hearing and hearing matters through education and research while providing the gift of hearing to those in need around the world.

Sight for Students (1-800-290-4964)

www.sightforstudents.org

Vision USA (1-800-766-4466)

www.aoa.org/visionusa.xml

Eye Care America (1-800-222-3937)

www.eyecareamerica.org

Free or Financial Assistance with Eye Exams and/or glasses

Lincare

1-800-965-2689

Registered dieticians will work with Ohio Medicaid patients who require tube feedings or nutritional supplements to receive their nutrition supplies free.

ActivStyle

1-800-651-6223, x526

http://www.activstyle.com/

ActivStyle is a full-service medical supply company that specializes in providing incontinence products to Medicaid recipients. We are committed to helping the underserved Medicaid-eligible patients and their families. Our expertise in understanding technical medical regulations allows us to give you the level of service that you deserve.

If you are on Medicaid, most of our products can be provided to you at no cost.

ActivStyle has a fully stocked warehouse and maintains a highly trained staff of incontinence specialists to ensure that you can find the products that best suit your level of incontinence. If you qualify, we will do all the billing, obtain the prescriptions from your physician, and complete any other Medicaid paperwork for you. Additionally, we do not charge for shipping the products directly to your home.

Alzheimer’s Helpline

1-800-272-3900

Our 24/7 Helpline serves people with memory loss, caregivers, health care professionals and the public.

Our highly trained and knowledgeable staff can help you with:

 

•Understanding memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer's

•Medications and other treatment options

•General information about aging and brain health

•Skills to provide quality care and to find the best care from professionals

•Legal, financial and living-arrangement decisions

Our 24/7 Helpline also features:

•Confidential care consultation provided by master's level clinicians who can help with decision-making support, crisis assistance and education on issues families face every day

•Help in a caller's preferred language using our translation service that features over 140 languages and dialects

•Referrals to local community programs, services and ongoing support

The Library of Congress

Science Reference Services

http://www.loc.gov/rr/scitech/selected-internet/medical.html

The Library of Congress provides a list of authoritative internet resources for health and medical issues.   This is a great list of web resources for those researching medications, diseases, and statistics.

Ohio Medicaid Provider Directory  

http://www.ohiomcec.com/providersearch/

 

RX for Ohio Website; http://www.rxforohio.org/who/

RxforOhio is a program that connects qualified, low-income people with discount prescription drugs, direct from the pharmaceutical manufacturer.

Autism Society of Ohio Mahoning Valley Office

330-501-7553

The Autism Society offers information to assist you along the way. Included is a list of many agencies which provide services to the autism population.

Ohio Legal Rights Service

Online Learning Center

50 W Broad St., Ste. 1400

Columbus, OH  43215-5923

Phone:  614-466-7264  or 800-282-9181

(TTY) 614-728-2553 or 800-858-3542

http://www.olrs.ohio.gov/tutorials

Online Learning Center

The Ohio Legal Rights Service (LRS) Online Learning Center offers online self-paced tutorials on disability-related topics. The tutorials are developed by LRS and are for people with disabilities, advocates, professionals and the general public to use.

Community Legal Aid Services, Inc.

The Rose Building

265 S Main St., 3rd Fl.

Akron, OH 44308

Phone:   866-584-2350

www.communitylegalaid.org

Legal Services Corporation

www.lsc.gov

Our Mission: To promote equal access to justice in our Nation and to provide high quality civil legal assistance to low-income persons.

Trumbull County Probate Court

161 High St.

Warren, OH  44481

Phone:  330-675-2521

The program is designed to serve the severely mentally disabled individuals that have been judged incompetent by the Probate Court.  The program offers guardianship of the person only, and will not offer guardianship of the estate. This program will however assist in the facilitation of a payee or guardian of estate when necessary.

National Highway Traffic Safety Commission (NHTSA)

www.nhtsa.gov/cps/cpsfitting/index.cfm

Find a child seat inspection station near you. Certified technicians will inspect your child car seat, in most cases, free of charge--and show you how to correctly install & use it.

Talking Books

1-800-424-9100

Free recorded books, magazines and playback equipment to eligible blind, visually impaired, physically handicapped, and reading disabled Ohio residents.

Rolling Wheels  

Phone: 330-758-5300

Contact Person: Carl Testa - best to contact 5 days in advance

Hours: 6:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Mon-Friday.  Sat./Sun. limited hours

Service Provided: Door to Door Transportation (1) Wheelchair or (2) Walk On *Will go up one step only   Payment Source Accepted: 1) Medicaid - medical appointments - they will obtain medical prescription from MD 2) Private Pay - community access   Counties Served: Trumbull Columbiana Youngstown Mahoning Ashtabula *Goes to Cleveland Clinic

Trumbull County Office of Elderly Affairs

2959 Youngtown Road SE

Warren, OH  44484

Phone: 330-675-2486

Fax:   330-675-6633

 

The Trumbull County Office of Elderly Affairs was established by the Trumbull County Board of Commissioners in 1975. We operate two programs for senior citizens (age 60+ and their spouses). The programs are a transportation, a congregate meals and home-delivered meals.

Senior Independence of Mahoning Valley

6715 Tippecanoe Rd., Bldg. E, Ste. 201

Canfield, OH  44406

Phone:   330-533-4350

Serving Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana Counties

 

http://www.seniorindependence.org/offices/youngstown.aspyoungstown

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Senior Independence is an affordable comprehensive program that helps seniors living at home. Our goals are to enhance and extend the independence of older adults and to provide support and assistance for those caring for them. Click on the categories to learn more about what we offer.

Services:

Senior Independence Home Care offers a Medicare / Medicaid certified program serving Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana Counties. Specializing in home care services for older adults...

Services Offered:

  • Skilled nursing
  • Personal care/home health aides
  • Physical, Speech and Occupational Therapy
  • Medication assistance
  • Medical Social Work
  • Insurance Assessments

See also our services under Home Care

The cost for services may be paid for by:

  • Private fees
  • Passport
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid

 

Family & Children First County of Trumbull County

347 N Park Avenue

Warren, Ohio 44481

Phone: 330-399-3412,

Fax: 330-399-3411

Margie Alexander-Council Coordinator
trumbullfcfc@yahoo.com

Help Me Grow
Trudy Seymour- Project Director
tseymour347@yahoo.com
330-399-3408, ext. 102

Mary Von Philip
330-399-3408

http://www.familyfirsttrumbull.org/programs.htm


Trumbull County Family and Children First Council shall promote and facilitate the highest level of collaboration to provide effective, accessible and efficient services for families.

SafeLink Wireless

Phone Numbers:
For Enrollment Support: 1-800-977-3768
For Technical Support: 1-800-378-1684

https://www.safelinkwireless.com/EnrollmentPublic/home.aspx

 

SafeLink Wireless is a government supported program
that provides a free cell phone and airtime each
month for income-eligible customers.

 

Trumbull County Educational Service Center

600 Youngstown Warren Rd.

Niles, OH  44446-4603

Phone:  330-505-2800

Fax:  330-505-2814

http://www.trumbullesc.org

The Trumbull County Educational Service Center provides educational leadership and instruction in the areas of curriculum development, special education and technology. The Center employs teachers, therapists, psychologists and other specialists who work directly with approximately 35,000 students in 20 school districts. In addition, the Center conducts professional growth seminars for approximately 2000 teachers each year. The Trumbull County Educational Service Center works in conjunction with the school districts to provide programs that promote the highest level of learning for children in Trumbull County, Ohio

211 Trumbull County

320 High St. NE

Warren, Ohio 44481

Call 211 or 330-393-1565

Teen Line: 2-1-1 OR 330-395-8764

TDD Services:  330- 393-1566

Family Hotline: 2-1-1 or 330- 393-3135

Business: 330-394-9090

Crisis Intervention
Domestic Violence
Disaster Assistance
Emotional Support
Family&Parent Resources
Food, Shelter, Clothing
Health Assistance
LifeLines Access Center
Relationship Issues
Senior Services
Substance Abuse
Suicide Hotline
Utility Assistance
And much more...

OSU Extension

520 W Main, Ste. 1

Cortland, OH  44410-4698


Phone:  330-638-6783
Fax:  330-637-2172

http://trumbull.osu.edu/topics/community-development

 

4-H Youth Development

Agriculture & Natural Resources

Community Development

Family & Consumer Sciences

Family Nutrition Program

Horticulture

Master Gardener Volunteer Program

CARTEENS

Access 2 Interpreters, LLC

341 S Third St., Ste. 300

Columbus, OH  43215

Phone: 614-899-6666 (Available 24/7)

Fax: 614-899-9200

Area of Service: Columbus, Central Ohio and Ohio

Call for a list of available languages

ASIST Translation Services, Inc.

4891 Sawmill Rd., Ste. 200

Columbus, OH 43235-7266

Phone:   614-451-6744  or 888-ON-ASIST (662-7478)

Fax:   614-451-1349

Call for a list of available languages

International Language Bank

Phone: 440-599-9999

Phone: 216-759-6871

Phone: 1-800-599-9777

Languages:

Afrikaans, Ahmaric, Albanian, Amak, American Sign Language, Arabic, Assamese, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Bahasa, Baluchi, Bangledashi, Belorussian, Bengali, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Burmese, Cambodian, Cantonese, Catalan, Chinese Chuukese, Creole, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dari, Dutch, English, Estonian, Farsi, Fijian, Finnish, Flemish, French, French Canadian, Fukienese, Georgian, German, Gio, Greek, Gujarati, Hebrew, Hindi, Hindko, Hmien, Hmong, Hungarian, Ilocano, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Kannada, Kazakh, Kapelle, Karen, Khmer, Korean, Kru-Bassa, Kurdish, Lao, Latin, Latvian, Lithuanian, Luo, Macedonian, Malay, Malayalam, Mandarin, Mandinga, Marshallese, Marathi, Mende, Mizo, Mongolian, Ndebele, Nepalese, Norwegian, Oriya, Oromo, Papiamento, Pashto, Patois, Philipino, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Samoan, Sanskrit, Serbian, Shanghainese, Sindhi, Singhalese, Slovak, Slovene, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Tagalog, Taiwanese, Tajik, Tamil, Telugu, Temne, Thai, Tongan, Turkish, Ukrainian, Urdu, Uzbek, Vietnamese, Welsh, Yiddish & Zulu.

Area of Service: All 50 states.

Modest Needs

Visit modestneeds.org for eligibility guidelines, registration, and application.

"We work to promote the self-sufficiency of the 'working poor' - the hard-working but low-income individuals and families that conventional philanthropy has otherwise forgotten. Modest Needs offers grants to low-income but generally self-sufficient households, displaced workers struggling to return to the work force, permanently disadvantaged persons struggling to afford medical care, and small non-profit organizations." Grants are paid directly to the vendor or creditor.

Three main grant programs:

 

- Self Sufficiency -help low-income households with short-term emergency expenses

- Bridge -For persons who will become more self-sufficient once a full month's pay has been received, but need assistance during the transition period.

- New Employment -helps people in their job search.

Simply EZ HDM of Northwest Ohio, LLC

1130-A Damar Dr.

Akron, OH  44305

Phone:  330-633-7490 or 800-800-9929

Fax:  330-633-7690

Email:  akron@simplyez.net

We deliver more than 25,000 meals per week to over 47 counties in Ohio. Our weekly visits bring a variety of meals including low-sugar and low sodium choices as well as adhering to sensitive dietary restrictions. Our portions are freshly sealed for easy heat and serve.

If you are not affiliated with Passport, Title III C, or Ohio Home Care programs, you may purchase meals direct from us. Five meals a week (our minimum) is only $30.00. Seven meals are $40.00, or you may order any combination of those amounts.

Medicaid Dentist Directory

http://medicaiddentistry.com/index.html

The Medicaid Dentist Directory is a resource for finding federal and state funded programs for providing basic dental services from clinics and individual dentist offices and practices for eligible individuals and families.

Families with children needing dental care may be able to qualify for special funding to obtain health insurance for children with the help of the Federal government.


Contact your local State government or local Medicaid office for determining eligibility and the application requirements.

Dental OPTIONS

635 W 7th St., Ste., 309

Cincinnati, OH  45203

Phone:  513-621-2517 or 888-765-6789

Fax:  513-621-0288

http://www.odh.ohio.gov/odhprograms/ohs/oral/safetynet/options.aspx

People with a low household income, few resources and no dental insurance or Medicaid are eligible. OPTIONS patients are primarily adults; many are the “working "poor” or elderly living on a fixed income. Fees are based on your income and certain health conditions. You must be able to pay some money at the time of each appointment. If you do not have any income or other money, you will not be able to apply.

Services may include an exam, x-rays, cleaning, fluoride treatment, sealants, fillings, extractions, dentures or partials.

The completed application and proof of income are returned to a local referral coordinator who determines final eligibility.  Most patients who need dental care are referred to other
community resources. A patient who is eligible for OPTIONS is matched to a nearby participating dentist.

For more information and an application visit the website.

Easter Seals

1983 Ridge Ave SE

Warren, OH  44484-2822

Phone:  330-369-1324

http://mtc.easterseals.com

Easter Seals provides services for people with disabilities or special needs and their families to live, learn, work and play in their communities.

Services:  Out-and-about program (movies, pumpkin picking, tours, the zoo) for respite, early childhood education, summer day camp, HELP program (Healthy Environments-Loving Parents) for building relationships between children and incarcerated parents, veterans and military services.

Western Reserve Independent Living Center (WRILC)

4076 Youngstown Rd. SE

Warren, OH  44484

Phone:  330-372-3325

Fax:  330-373-1826

Email:  info@wrilc.org

www.wrilc.org

WRILC shall be committed to promoting a philosophy of independent living, which includes a philosophy of consumer control, peer support, self-help, self-determination, equal access and individual systems advocacy, in order to maximize the leadership, empowerment, independence, and productivity of individuals with disabilities.

Services:  Nursing home transition, benefits counseling, personal care, coping, financial management, social skills, and hosehold management.

Programs:  Game day, independent living skills, peer groups, computer classes, emergency preparedness classes, summer picnic, holiday party.

Beatitude House

238 Tod Lane

Youngstown, OH  44504-1714

Phone:  330-744-3147

Fax:  330-744-3991

Email:  info@beatitudehouse.com

http://www.beatitudehouse.com/

We serve all women and children bound in the cycle of poverty and homelessness through our housing, education and family support, we help them break that cycle.

YouthBuild U.S.A

4076 Youngstown Rd. SE

Warren, OH  44484

Phone:  330-392-0231

email:  tperrone@trumbulltmha.org

In local YouthBuild programs, low-income young people ages 16–24 work toward their GEDs or high school diplomas while learning job skills by building affordable housing for homeless and low-income people and participating in leadership development activities in their communities.

Services:  alternative school, job training and pre-apprenticeship program, community service (build housing), personal counseling, peer support groups, life planning.

Senior Cititzen's Opportunity for Personal Endeavor-SCOPE

Warren S.C.O.P.E .
220 W Market St.

Warren, OH 44481

Phone: 330-399-8846

Niles S.C.O.P.E .
14 E State St.

Niles, OH  44446

Phone: 330-544-3676

Howland S.C.O.P.E .
8273 High St.

Warren, OH 44484

Phone: 330-609-7806

Lordstown S.C.O.P.E
Gordon D. James Career Center

1776 Salt Springs Rd.

Lordstown, OH  44481

Phone: 330-824-2173

Champion S.C.O.P.E .
4447 Mahoning Ave.

Champion, OH 44483

Phone: 330-847-8179

Cortland S.C.O.P.E
125 N Bank St.

Cortland, OH  44410

Phone: 330-637-3010 

www.scopetrumbull.org

Person's age 50+ can meet with licensed social workers to discuss needs for such programs as: nutrition (on-site daily lunch M-F), prescription assistance, emergency funding (turning on utilities, rent, medicine), protective services, representative payee program (resources managed by another person).

SCOPE works in conjunction with Adult Protective Services, hospitals, adult protective services, Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, Catholic Charities, Salvation Army.

Warren Urban-Minority Alcohol and Drug Abuse Outreach Program (Warren UMADAOP)

4087 Youngstown Rd. SE

Warren, OH  44484

Phone:  330-393-3044

Fax:  330-393-3048

Primary purposes :
  • Increase community understanding of substance abuse by conducting education and awareness programs.
  • Reduce the barriers which prevent early identification and treatment
  • Provide prevention programming for youth

Services & programs for all school-aged kids and includes dramas and dancing, re-entry programs for paroled offenders, youth-to-youth mentoring.

Warren Family Mission

Headquarters

2671 Youngstown-Warren Rd.

Warren, OH  44484

Phone:  330-394-LOVE (5437)

Fax:  330-392-HELP (4357)

email:  info@warrenfamilymission.com

Warren locations:

1000 Tod Ave. W

361 Elm Rd.

1228 W Market St. - Men's Home

491 Porter St. - Women with children's home

Vienna location:

Hannah's House

3653 Warren-Sharon Rd.

General Services to the public :
• Clothing days (Monday-Thursday)
• Food Boxes for the low income
• Holiday Meals
• Community meals
• Free furniture program when available
• Chapel Services
• 1 year Residential Programs
• Event Speaking & Drama Teams
• Youth sports and gym programs
• Addiction Recovery Programs

Bagged food schedule:

           Weekdays 9am-noon

    Mon        Tue         Wed      Thur       Fri

    A-E         F-J         K-O        P-S       T-Z

Based upon last name, 1 bag per month, ID required

Summer Enrichment Program for Handicapped Children of Trumbull County (SEP)

C/O Renee Maiorca

2202 Niles-Cortland Rd.

Cortland, OH  44410

Phone:  330-637-8991

 

 

Life Enriching Activities Program (LEAP)

Rocky or Renee Maiorca at 330-637-8991
or Christina Brown at 330-718-5539

 

http://septrumbull.org/

The Summer Enrichment Program of Trumbull County, is a 5 week summer day camp for children from the ages of 6 through 22.   The camp is held Monday through Friday during June and July. Transportation to and from home and most lunches are provided for the campers. We also try to go on at least 2 field trips a week, along with the daily activities of Music, Gym, and Arts & Crafts.

The cost of the program is $200.00, however arrangements can be made for anyone unable to pay the tuition. Space is limited so applications should be sent as soon as possible after February.

The Life Enriching Activities Program , is for young adults 18 and over to provide them with 2-3 monthly social activities.

These activities have included Movies, Sporting Events, Shopping, Bowling, Scrap booking, Gardening classes, and going out to dinner. Each month different parents plan the events for the whole group and list them in our monthly newsletter.

Solace Center

6601 Valentine Wy.

Sante Fe, NM  87507

24-hour crisis advocacy hotline 800-721-7273

http://findsolace.org

Serving those who have experienced sexual violence and other traumas.  They are a family advocacy center for children and their families in cases of abuse, neglect or the witnessing of violent crime, crime victimization, fatal accidents, homicides, returning from military service, human trafficking, etc.

Habitat for Humanity

345 High St. NE

Warren, OH  44481

Phone:  330-219-7171

Fax:  330-395-1503

www.habitat.org

Habitat builds and rennovates homes to be sold at no profit, with interest free loans, to people in need.

Hopewell Therapeutic Farm

9637 St. Rte. 534, P.O. Box 193

Mesopotamia, OH  44439

Phone:  440-693-4074

Fax:  440-693-4168

Hopewell Development Office

147 Bell St., Ste. 303

Chagrin Falls, OH  44022

Phone:  440-247-0912

Fax:  440-247-0914

To provide an opportunity for adults with serious mental illness to experience a self-reliant and satisfying life through participation in a therapeutic farm community.

We help adults with schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar disorder, major depression and other forms of serious mental illness

  • believe in their own potential
  • develop the skills to manage their mental illness
  • transition from Hopewell to a more independent living situation

Down Syndrome Association of the Valley

945 Boardman-Canfield Rd., Ste. 12

Boardman, OH  44512

Phone:  330-726-DSAV (3728)

Fax:  330-726-3727

email:  info@dsav.org

www.dsav.org

DSAV serves Eastern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania.  It was established to provide support, resources, advocacy, education and opportunity for those with Down syndrome and their families.  Programs including but not limited to:

Meetings, medical, legal & educational speakers, parent speakers early intervention information, community events , therapeutic playgroups, connection to other parents, Down Syndrom center.

Community Solutions Association

320 High St.

Warren, OH  44481

Phone:  330-394-9090

TTY:  330-393-1566

Fax:  330-394-8163

www.cstrumbullco.org

Services:  2-1-1 (24-hour information/referral and crisis prevention hotline), substance abuse prevention, CAPE (Comprehensive Assistance Program for Employees), suicide prevention, family/parent resource directory (for food, clothing, financial, after-school programs, pregnancy, support groups and more), probation violation classes, diversion programs.

Home Delivered Meals

Homestyle Direct

P.O. Box 159

Kimberly, ID 83341

Phone:   866-735-0921

Fax:   208-423-4615

 

www.homestyledirect.com

If you are a Medicaid recipient and are eligible or are currently on the waiver programs through Medicaid, once you are approved by Medicaid, there is no charge for our meals. Homestyle Direct handles all of the Medicaid billing on your behalf. If you are unsure about your qualifications, contact your local Medicaid office. You can also call us, and we will provide the appropriate guidance. All of the items on our menu are priced the same, $5.95 per meal plus the cost of shipping.

 

We ship healthy and delicious meals to our customers’ doorsteps. All of our meals are certified and approved by our licensed dietician. Our extensive menu offers plenty of variety to please the palate and satisfy special requirements. In addition to the complete meal offerings that feature, chicken, turkey, pork, beef, fish and seafood, vegetarian, and breakfast, we offer special nutritional options; Low-fat, Low-calorie. Carb-controlled, Gluten free, Low-sodium and Renal diets.

 

We can ship anywhere in the state of Ohio.

Trumbull County Victim/Witness Division

160 High St.

Warren, OH  44481

Phone:  330-675-2508

Victim Assistance Program

The Justice League of Ohio is the only crime victims’ rights legal clinic in the state of Ohio that provides free legal representation in criminal court to citizens victimized by crime to protect their legal rights.

Resources:

CASA/GAL

Children's advocacy centers

Counseling services

Domestic violence shelters

Elder care and abuse

Legal services

Rape crisis centers

SANE programs

Victim assistance programs

Apprisen

3050 Elm Rd. NE, Ste. 5

Warren, OH  44483-2620

Phone:  800-355-2227

Financial management/budget counseling, mortgage default and resolution counseling. 

ESOP

2051 Niles Rd. SE

Warren, OH  44484-5152

Phone:  330-469-5426 or 877-731-367

Mortgage delinquency and default resolution counseling
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