COVID-19 Resources

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HEALTH ADVISORIES AND INFORMATION 

Public Health Dayton Montgomery County

Ohio Dept. of Health

Ohio Health Hotline: 1-833-4-ASK-ODH (1-833-427-5634) 

Printable Health Information Fliers

STAY AT HOME order

Ohio’s "Stay at Home" at order (effective March 23) requires Ohioans to stay at home and to limit trips to essential work and errands. Observing the order will help stop the spread of COVID-19 in the Dayton region and beyond. Click here for more information about the Stay-at-Home order.

City of Dayton Services

How to contact the City of Dayton during the coronavirus emergency, with information on temporary revisions to City services.

essential SERVICES 

Call 211 or visit United Way HelpLink for information and assistance on a variety of services and resources available, including emergency aid, housing and food. Montgomery County Job & Family Services continues to provide essential services during the coronavirus emergency. 

Employment/unemployment 

How to file for unemployment compensation and related services (to apply by phone: 877-644-6562, TTY 614-387-8408). 

food

The Foodbank is operating an emergency drive-through pantry. The Hall Hunger Initiative has a map of food services in the Dayton area.

Seniors

The Senior Resource Connection continues to provide Meals on Wheels and other essential services

Veterans

 Call 211 or visit United Way VetsLink.

Child care for Healthcare and Essential Worker Families

The YMCA of Greater Dayton is providing child care services for healthcare workers and workers deemed essential by the State of Ohio Stay-at-Home order. Click here for information. 

eviction

See available resources for preventing or responding to eviction.

Mental Health/coping

The Miami Valley Warmline provides non-emergency support and information: call 937-528-7777. For urgent needs, call CrisisCare at 937-224-4646.

BUSINESS HELP

The Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Dayton Partnership and Ohio Department of Health have compiled extensive listings of business resources and helpful information. The U.S. Small Business Administration is accepting low-interest loan applications from businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.