These neighborhood resource lists are extremely helpful in finding resources in and around your neighborhood. They provide detailed listings of free and low cost health care, vision care, dental care, prescription help, food pantries, transportation, job help, transportation, pregnancy resources and much more. They are updated frequently and reviewed by the Columbus Public Health social work team.
240 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Columbus Public Health Neighborhood Social Work Helpline: (614) 645-6807
This advocacy group of organizations, government agencies, social leaders, and individuals all work to end human trafficking. They offer educational opportunities, host events and have space for people to volunteer in their efforts.
Is a multi-service faith-based agency that serves families and seniors in central and southern Ohio. Catholic Social Services helps working-poor families stabilize and become self-sufficient through case management, training, food and emergency assistance. They also offer supportive services and community-impact opportunities for low-income seniors.
Click the link to find a list of organizations and resources in the community centered around diverse groups of people.
1410 Cleveland Ave, 2nd Floor, Columbus, OH 43211
Represents colleges and universities that are committed to helping Hispanics achieve success in higher education. Thousands of young Hispanics benefit from HACU with internships, scholarships, college programs, pre-college support and career development opportunities and programs.
Connects Hispanic professionals to the greater Columbus community by providing opportunities for business growth. Their website has information about community resources, job opportunities and more.
150 South Front Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Ensures that Hispanics have an equal opportunity to compete in all aspects of federal employment. Their website has information about career opportunities, community resources, events and activities for the Hispanic community.
PO Box 3990, Columbus, Ohio 43218
LASER mentors serve as academic role models, as well as bridge builders, between Latinos in high school and Ohio State, Otterbein and Ohio Wesleyan University students. Mentees will meet 1-2 hours per week with their mentors. Meeting locations varies. Visit the website for contact information.
odi.osu.edu/laser-digital-hubMeeting Locations: odi.osu.edu/laser-hub-information
A volunteer-based organization that empowers Latinos and builds strong Latino communities.
1776 Eye Street, Northwest Suite 400, Washington, DC 20006
Find Local LULAC Council: lulac.org/about/find_lulac_councils
Offers several free services to the Latino community including: homework help, educational after school programs and summer camps; 24/7 translation and interpretation services for multiple languages, ESL and citizenship classes for adults; tobacco free program, free car seat checks, and support group for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Represents and advises key policy makers in regards to Hispanic issues, and connects Latino organizations throughout Ohio. On their website is a list of state-wide resources for Latinos, including a list of interpreters, attorneys, health and social service resources, church listings, directory of English as a Second Language (ESL) services and more.
77 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Community Resources: ochla.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/ochla/latino-community
Patients are seen at the Rardin Family Practice Center. Services are provided for those who have no health insurance and have a low to moderate income. Call for more details.
2231 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43201
Provides a safe, supportive learning environment for Latina girls ages 2-17 and their mothers/grandmothers/aunts/guardians. Their programs focus on self-esteem, culture, development and health. Their week long day camp is for girls ages 11-17. Visit the website for contact information and more.
Provides behavioral health intervention and treatment services to youth with emotional and behavioral challenges.
Program: outpatient and inpatient services (home-based and school-based), telehealth, therapeutic preschools and after school programs, residential care, and support for foster families. They provide specialized services to Hispanic / Latino children.
Eligibility: youth ages 3-18 years old
Cost: therapies can be billed to Medicaid and a variety of insurances
Referral: individuals may refer themselves or be referred by a physician or organization
Grief Program: offers a 6-session virtual series of grief education and skill-building groups delivered by their Early Childhood Mental Health Consultants. Activities, books and supplies are provided free of charge by SVFS.
Eligibility: youth ages 3-5 years old and their caregivers who have experienced grief due to the death of an important person or pet
Cost: FREE to families
1490 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
(614) 252-0731 or (614) 824-5437, ask for Intake
A community magazine about Latinos at OSU. Their website has information about resources, events, career opportunities and more.
154 West Twelfth Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43210