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Staying Safe During Severe Weather

Make a Plan!

-Article by the U.S Department of Homeland Security

Tornado Preparedness

-Article by the American Academy of Pediatrics

Lightning Tips

-Article by the National Weather Service

Power Outages

-Article by the U.S Department of Homeland Security

Emergency Preparedness

-CAP4Kids Listing

 

Let’s Talk About Water Safety!

Using the Right Sunscreen

-Article by American Academy of Dermatology Association

Swim Safety

-Article by American Red Cross

Colored Swimsuits for Safety

-Article by Dayton Children’s

Life Jackets for Children

-Article by American Academy of Pediatrics

 

Community Resources During Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak

Where Can I Find Reliable Information on Coronavirus?

 

Food & Meal Resources

  • Pandemic EBT – Ohio children who receive free or reduced-price meals at school will soon receive money to buy food through the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) program, call (866) 244-0071 or visit here
  • Food – CAP4Kids listing includes, emergency food, free meals, and fresh markets.

 

Employment & Financial Help

Individuals & Families

Small Businesses & Nonprofits

 

Mental Health & Coping Support for Kids & Parents/Caregivers

 

Who Can Get Tested for Coronavirus?

Call your doctor to determine if you or your child meet the criteria for testing. Travel history, symptoms and exposures are the most important criteria. The guidelines are changing frequently. Call before going in to seek care, so the healthcare provider’s office can take steps to keep other people from getting infected or exposed. If you are planning on going to the emergency room, please call before arriving. If it’s an emergency, call 911.

August Family Activities and Resources

Check Out What’s Happening in August!

Information for Parents/Guardians:

Basic Needs and Resources:

 

Activity

Dr. Josh’s, Dr. Brandon’s and Dr. Nimisha’s Teen Activity Newsletter

Summer 2022

We are highlighting five fun ways you can stay active on the north side of Columbus.

 

1) Exercise and Nutrition Classes

Visit Healthier with Science to sign up for FREE nutrition and exercise courses-

 

2) Dance Classes

  • Offering classes for kids and adults of all ages, visit Hixon Dance for more information

 

3) Work Out By Yourself!

If you are interested in individual exercise activities, here are some more you can explore on the City of Columbus Website

 

4) Free Eye Protection

  • Is your child active in softball, baseball, or any other sport?
  • Superspecs offers free sports goggles (prescription lenses too!), batting helmets, and fielding shields to protect your childs eyes

Visit superspecs.org for more information

 

5) Seasonal Activities

If you are interested in more seasonal activities, you can explore the Columbus on the Cheap website

 

 

There are plenty more activities at the CAP4Kids Website!

Remember: If you possibly had COVID19 this year, discuss return-to-play with your doctor.

HilltopUSA.org Community Resource Guide

Online community resource guide to help community members living and working in the Hilltop area (zip codes 43204, 43222, 43223, 43123 and 43228). Resources are divided into 10 categories: emergency services, health & social services, food, housing, education, business & workforce, faith, youth & family, recreation & arts, and government services.
(614) 275-4988
hilltopusa.org

Franklinton.org Community Resource Guide

Online community resource guide to help community members living and working in the Franklinton (43223, 43215, and 43222) area. Resources are divided into 10 categories: emergency services, health & social services, food, housing, education, business & workforce, faith, youth & family, recreation & arts, and government services.
(614) 275-4988
franklinton.org


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