School health visits, communicable disease control, Safe Communities programs, medical services, environmental & plumbing inspection and licensing, Project DAWN, birth & death certificates, childhood immunization clinic, adult immunizations, travel vaccines, adult physicals for work or school, HIV testing, prenatal wellness clinic, well child clinic, reproductive health & wellness clinic, WIC clinic, lead education and case management, “Help Me Grow” home visiting.
One meal per day, Monday through Friday, including holidays, to Piqua residents unable to provide for themselves due to age, illness, or other inability.
Nutritional Counseling services. See below.
Emergency Food Christmas Baskets: Providing food, frozen meats and perishable items, toys, shoes, and clothing vouchers donated by The Clothesline.
Choice Pantry-Choice Food Pantry is for Miami County only Assisting families with dry goods, canned foods, and frozen and fresh items, as available Financial Assistance – as available Assistance for disconnect notices on utilities only, or rent that is late – NO DEPOSITS (a copy of the utility bill is required).
SafeHaven offers educational, social, and vocational services and opportunities to adults in need of mental health support in a safe, non-judgmental environment.
Meals on Wheels are delivered to elderly 60+, 251 days per year.
Meal programs for those in need.
Nutritious Meals: We provide a good, nutritious meal every day.
Dry and canned goods available for those in need.
PANTRY HOURS OF OPERATION BETHANY CENTER 339 South St. Piqua, OH 615-9762 Serving Lunch to Those in Need Tuesday thru Thursday – noon to 1:00 pm Friday Evening Meal: 5 pm to 6 pmFood Bank: Wednesday from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm Thursday from 1:00 pm 3:00 pm Area Served: Piqua & surrounding areas COMMUNITY CHURCH 2261 S. Miami Street West Milton, OH 698-4048 Thursday […]
Emergency food, emergency (limited) financial assistance, emergency referral to service agencies.
A viable low cost way of keeping individuals who are in need of continuous care at home, in the community and with family and friends as long as possible.
Emergency Services for Low Income Families, Food Pantry, Utility Assistance, Rent Assistance, Christmas Program, Back to School Program.
Children’s Hunger Alliance
Food, medication payments, utility payments, school supplies, Christmas presents for children.
Meals, food bank, clothing bank, reading room.
Noon Meal: Delivery of one balanced meal per day, including hot and cold food for all types of diets. Meal served at noon, Monday – Friday.