The holidays can be a time of hope and family. It can also be a difficult time for some. Because of this the staff at GCBHS has pulled together multiple resources that might come in handy for those experiencing a crisis or just needing somewhere to go.
If you are having a mental health crisis please call or text 9-8-8. It is an anonymous, free service available 24/7 to connect you to a trained professional who can get you to the help you need.
Here is a list of Food Distribution sites which is being updated by Freestore Foodbank.
If you need information on The Community Action Agency's Home Relief, Utility Assistance, or Mobile Food Pantry programs, CLICK HERE.
St. Vincent de Paul's Coat Distribution Program is open to Hamilton County residents. Here's a link to more information.
ReLink is another resource to to help get you connected with services. Check out their website HERE.
HealthSource has a Resource Map to assist people throughout the region, on services such as transportation and housing, as well as food pantries and other basic needs.
On 12/24 Good Plates Eatery, 235 West McMillan Street will offer a free meal while supplies last. Doors open at 12 pm.
Christmas Lunch on Wheels takes place 12/25 from 11:30 am - 1:30 pm at The Salvation Army, 131 E. 12th Street. For information go to salvationarmycincinnati.org.
For those in recovery, the 33rd annual Alcothon takes place at the Holiday Inn Eastgate. The event starts at 12:01 am 12/24 and runs through 10:30 pm 12/26. For information call 513-752-6129 or 513-505-5475.