Coronavirus is both a public health and economic crisis, and working people are being hit the hardest. How we come together and respond to this as a community will define us. Below are community resources from food pantries to mutual aid funds, mental health resources, and information small business.
HOW TO HELP
Amy’s campaign wants you to help your neighbors as best as possible. To help you do that, download our campaign’s blank mutual aid card here!
By downloading this card, you promise that you will take every precaution to ensure my neighbors’ well-being, including:
- Washing your hands prior to delivering this card,
- Staying six feet away, and
- Leaving items on doorsteps.
If you are able to stay home or are wondering how you can best help, then please consider donating to community food pantries and mutual aid funds.
HOW TO GET HELP
If you need help getting groceries, or are looking for financial aid follow the link below for a list of resources.
If you are experiencing mental health problems, substance abuse, or are going through a domestic abuse crisis, we have compiled these resources to help you.
Small business owners and their employees have been hit hard by COVID-19. Learn more about resources available for your business and your employees.
The lives of students everywhere has changed with COVID-19. Learn more about programs for students during this time.
If you have additional resources that could be added to these lists (especially resources in Montgomery and Preble county), any of this information is inaccurate, or are a local business looking to help your community please let us know and we will update this page accordingly.