We provide social services assistance to the community in partnership with other organizations.
We host many of these organizations in our locations and staff also refer customers to outside agencies, partners and services.
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Contact a Social Work Intern
Call (614) 653-6498, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. if you need help with housing, food access, mental and physical health, immigration, employment, public benefits and assistance, addiction and other resource referrals. Leave a message if the Social Work Intern is unable to take the call.
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Community Shelter Board
Leads a coordinated, community effort to make sure everyone has a place to call home.
Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority
Helps people access affordable housing through collaborative partnerships; promotes neighborhood revitalization; and assists residents in accessing social services.
Affordable Housing Alliance of Central Ohio
Comprises 21 organizations that represent the full spectrum of affordable housing activities in Franklin County: homeless and housing services; housing development and housing finance.
Homeless Families Foundation
Offers strength-based services celebrating resiliency and hopes for the future, through homeless prevention and re-housing, education and stabilization.
Central Community House
Leads a neighborhood-based community center that has been serving the near east and near south neighborhoods of Columbus in the settlement house tradition since 1936.
Get Help (AHACO Resources)
Provides one place to find services such as applying for housing help, getting help paying utility bills, home repair assistance, free legal help and more.
The Ohio State University
Offers assistance in home buying, renter’s education and money management.
Franklin County Veterans Service Commission
Homes on the Hill
Develops affordable housing in southwestern Franklin County; provides home buying and home ownership programs.
The Breathing Association
Provides medical and nursing services from professional staff; provides HEAP, a home energy assistance program.
Columbus Department of Neighborhoods
Hosts community programs and connects Columbus residents to neighborhood resources and city services.
Columbus Public Health
Provides free or low-cost health and wellness programs and resources.
Financial Literacy Organizations
Provides resources for financial topics related to managing personal finance, money and investing.
Free Tax Return Preparation
Search for nearby Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) sites.
Legal Aid Society of Columbus
Provides legal assistance and guidance to low-income and elderly individuals.
North Community Counseling Centers
Provides behavioral healthcare services in a healthy, comfortable and safe environment.
The Ohio State University
Offers programs for 4-H youth development, family and consumer sciences, and agriculture and natural resources.
United Way of Central Ohio Tax Time
Answers basic tax help questions for federal and state returns.
United Way MyFreeTaxes.com
File simple federal and state returns for free.