The Student Resource Center's (SRC) mission is to mobilize resources, services, and partnerships that help Mount St. Joseph University students and improve our community life. The SRC is able to help students, graduate or undergraduate and part or full time, in finding community resources or applying for things such as, but not limited to the following: housing, employment, volunteering, transportation, physical and mental health, education assistance, food, childcare, and utility assistance.
The SRC's AmeriCorps member is available by email and telephone during office hours. You can also reach out to schedule an appointment via zoom or in person using the following contact information:
Emily Rubio-MoraAmeriCorps Member, MSJ Student Resource CenterMSJStudentResourceCenter@msj.edu513-244-4276
Location: CL 12B
Mental, Physical, and Spiritual Health
"The Wellness Center of Mount St. Joseph University espouses a holistic approach to the ongoing process of human development. The Center is committed to prov...
The Lions' Cupboard is an on-campus food pantry that provides an assortment of non-perishable food items, clothing, and hygiene products to MSJ students, full and part-time, as well as residents, and commuters.
Location: Science Building, SC 21
Regular Hours of Operation:
* The Lion's Cupboard is also available during the SRC office hours. To gain access to the Lion's Cupboard outside of the times listed above, but still during SRC office hours, email MSJStudentResourceCenter@msj.edu, Emily.Rubio-Mora@msj.edu, or go to the SRC office in CL 12 B.
Both Ohio and Kentucky are offering immediate unemployment assistance for anyone who has become unemployed as a result of COVID-19. Indiana currently does not have any mandatory business closings they have made changes to their current processes.
Ohio Unemployment: http://jfs.ohio.gov/ouio/CoronavirusAndUI.stm
Kentucky Unemployment: https://kcc.ky.gov/career/If-you-are-Unemployed/Pages/default.aspx
Indiana Unemployment: https://www.in.gov/dwd/2362.htm
Things to know if your landlord tries to evict you: https://www.cosmopolitan.com/politics/a33902103/what-to-do-landlord-eviction-coronavirus/
Homeless Shelter List: https://cornerstoneweb.org/article/housing-shelter-resources/
David and Rebecca Barron Center for Men is located at 411 Gest Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45203. This is a shelter for men that provides access to shelter, food, emergency clothing items, basic toiletries, and safety. For more information call 513-721-0643 or visit http://www.shelterhousecincy.org/mens-center/.
Esther Marie Hatton Center for Women is located at 2499 Reading Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 and is open 9 am - 8 pm. This is 30 day housing for women. For more information call 513-562-1980 or visit www.shelterhousecincy.org.
Sheakley Center (Lighthouse Youth Services) is located at 2522 Highland Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45219 and is open from 9 am - 2 pm every weekday 513-569-9500. This is a drop in center for teens and young adults that provides food, personal hygiene products, and internet/mail service. You can visit www.lys.org for more information.
A local homeowner is looking to rent out a house to Mount students. The place is a 3 bedroom, 1 and 1/2 bathroom home off of Mt. Alverno Rd. He's asking for $1,650 per month.
More details are provided through the link below or you may contact him via email or phone.
Mark Miller- email@example.com or 513-721-LAND(5263). Reporting (rapmls.com)
Greater Cincinnati Foundation can help you avoid water shutoffs in your home and will forgive past-due amounts related to water and City of Cincinnati storm water services. You can apply for this support at Forgive.myGCWW.org.
You can enroll in programs that assist in heat share and low-income programs for gas and electric through Duke Energy Special Assistance. You can call 1-800-544-6900 or visit https://www.duke-energy.com/home/billing/special-assistance for more information.
The Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) is a federally funded program that provides eligible Ohioans assistance with their home energy bills. For more information visit https://www.cincy-caa.org/what-we-do/family-support/.
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP): assists eligible low-income households with their heating and cooling energy costs, bill payment assistance, energy crisis assistance, weatherization and energy-related home repairs. Call 1-866-674-637 or visit https://www.benefits.gov/benefit/623#Eligibility_Checker
The Lion's Cupboard is an on campus food pantry located in SC 21 that was created in collaboration with Be Concerned Food Pantry. The Lion's Cupboard is open during SRC office hours. For more information contact MSJStudentResourceCenter@msj.edu .
Be Concerned visits MSJ monthly for supplemental food assistance through food deliveries at no cost to the students. When there is an upcoming drive students will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org with the details and an order form to fill out.
Food Pantries in Cincinnati: https://ccswoh.org/programs/food-for-all/.
Anderson Ferry Food Pantry is located at 380 Greenwell Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45238 and is open Mondays and Thursdays 10 am - 2 pm. You can get more information by calling 513-451-3555 or visiting https://afcofc.org/foodpantry/.
Ohio SNAP Benefits: http://jfs.ohio.gov/RELEASES/pdf/040720-Ohioans-Receiving-Food-Assistance-Receive-Extra-Support.stm
Indiana SNAP Benefits: https://www.benefits.gov/benefit/1070
Kentucky SNAP Benefits: Call 1-855-306-8959 or visit https://benefind.ky.gov/.
The National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics has over 1,400 Free & Charitable Clinics across the U.S. provide healthcare to the medically underserved in their community. To find a clinic near you visit https://www.nafcclinics.org/.
Ohio Medicaid: https://medicaid.ohio.gov/FOR-OHIOANS/Get-Coverage/How-to-Apply-for-Medicaid
COVID-19 Testing Centers in Ohio: https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/testing-ch-centers
Health Source of Ohio: Provides healthcare needs for the Southwest Ohio region and surrounding areas. They accept ALL patients regardless of their insurance status. Visit: https://www.healthsourceofohio.org/
For the Local Crisis Text Line, text "TALBERT" to 839863.
For the WARM Line, call 513-931-WARM (9276) or visit http://cincywarmline.org/ for more information. This service provides emotional support for individuals feeling suicidal or homicidal.
For the Crisis Support Text Hotline, text 4HOPE to 741741. This service provides emotional support for individuals in distress or in crisis through texting.
For the General Crisis Support Line, text START to 741741 when experiencing a mental health crisis.
For the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) to get support for individuals in suicidal crisis or emotional distress.
Mental Health Treatment Locator: https://www.samhsa.gov/find-treatment
To find a therapist in your home community visit https://www.trihealth.com/institutes-and-services/behavioral-health-services/; https://www.nbcc.org/search/counselorfind; https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists.
MoneyGeek's geeks' message to students: "Mental health is an essential aspect of our everyday life. It impacts how we think, feels, handles stress, interact with others, and make decisions" & the best way to find accessible mental health care is through their site "A Guide to Obtaining Insurance for Mental Health Care
For mental health care assistance visit their site: https://www.moneygeek.com/insurance/health/navigating-mental-health-care/
Addictions Treatment Centers in Ohio: This website provides free mental health and substance abuse resources for people at any stage of their recovery journey, including resources/treatment, warning signs, how to talk to a family member, definitions of different types of treatment, and a local treatment center directory. Follow this link to find nearby mental health and substance abuse resources: https://www.addictions.com/rehabs/ohio/
As always, the SRC is here and available to help anyone find and connect to resources that can aid you in areas pertaining to Housing and Shelters, Employment, Volunteering, Transportation, Physical Health, Crime and Violence, Mental Health, Education Assistance, Food, Childcare, Utility Assistance, Financial Assistance, and much more!
View our full list of community resources here!