The following lists are part of a resource guide; we highly recommend that you use your best judgement and research all resources before utilizing a service. The resources provided are focused on Butler, Hamilton, Montgomery, and Warren counties. If you live in an area outside of these counties or need assistance that is not listed, be sure to complete request assistance with ReFUEL.

Campus Resources

Community Resources


PCs for People



SELF (Supports to Encourage Low-Income Families)

Cincinnati Works


4C for Children

Children Inc.

Emergency Financial Assistance

Churches Active in Northside (CAIN)

SELF (Supports to Encourage Low-Income Families)

Other Financial Services


3R Development


Churches Active in Northside (CAIN)

Hope House Mission


Family Promise of Butler County

The Family Resource Center

Bethany House Services, Inc.

Brighton Center, Inc.

Caracole, Inc.

Cincinnati Union Bethel

Home Repair

Working in Neighborhoods (WIN)

PUSH (People United for Self Help)

People Working Cooperatively

Family Planning

Every Child Succeeds

Health Care Access Now

Brighton Center


Christian Family Center

Bethel AME (513) 423-8532

Hamilton Community Outreach (513) 518-6528

Hamilton Dream Center (513) 893-2800

Holding Hands/ C.D.C. (513) 868-3265

United Limited Grace Prayer Ministry (513) 642-9510

St. Vincent DePaul (513) 424-1985

Full Gospel Outreach (513) 465-0683

Towne Blvd Church of God

First Church of God, Monroe (513) 539-8200

Allison Avenue Baptist (513) 207-6287

Faith Community United Methodist Church

Fellowship Christian Center (513) 867-1991

Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati

New Life Mission

Open Door Pantry

Princeton Pike Church of God

Fairfield Food Pantry

Fairfield Church of God (513) 874-2434

Central Ohio Pentecostal Youth (513) 267-8914

Salvation Army
Hamilton (513) 863-1445

Poasttown First Church of God (513) 804-4344

The Village Food Pantry

Talawanda Oxford Pantry & Social Services (TOPSS)

Love Chambers (513) 988-7001

Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio

Feed the Hungry Project (513) 320-1001

Hope House Rescue Mission Inc, (513) 424-4673

Lighthouse Food Pantry (513) 867-9462

Serve City

St. Raphael Social Service Center (513) 603-8200

Community Meal Center (513) 867-5411

Millville Avenue Church of God (513) 863-6900

Churches Active in Northside (CAIN)


Churches Active in Northside (CAIN)


Cancer Family Care

Catholic Charities of Southwestern Ohio

Health Care Access Now


Oxford Free Clinic

Primary Health Solutions

CincySmiles Foundation

Mental Health/Counseling

Butler Behavioral Health
Hamilton Location (513) 881-7189
Middletown Location (513) 896-7887
Oxford Location (513) 896-7887

CDC Mental Health Services
*Medicaid or CareSource insurance only
Hamilton Location (513) 868-1562
Middletown Location (513) 737-1247

Central Clinic (513) 558-5840

Community Behavioral Health (513) 887-8500

Cornerstone Counseling (513) 889-5880

Access Counseling (513) 649-8008

CCare Counseling (513) 773-4149

Modern Psychiatry and Wellness LLC (513) 868-0055

Personal Safety

Women Helping Women


SRC Information

ReFUEL, the Student Resource Center initiative is meant to help connect students with resources that may be able to assist them with their needs. The Center for Social Impact signed up to be part of Ohio Campus Compact's AmeriCorps program meant to help establish student resource centers on college campuses in Ohio. For additional information please look at our About [add hyperlink]  page, or email

Substance Abuse

Sojourner Recovery Services

First Step Home, Inc.

Community First Solutions

Modern Psychiatry and Wellness LLC of Hamilton (513) 299-4053

Addiction Services Council 24 hour helpline: (513)281-7422



Go Metro

Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority


Churches Active in Northside (CAIN)

SELF (Supports to Encourage Low-Income Families)

COVID-19 Resources

The purpose of the Student Resource Center is to identify and provide much-needed resources to students who may be experiencing barriers to their academic success. During this time, the Center is operating in a virtual capacity and will connect Regionals students with campus and community collaborators that are able to provide the access to resources that students need to address the issues they are facing.