COVID-19 Resources

We’re all in this together. The City recognizes that there are many in our community who may be immunocompromised, elderly, impoverished or otherwise unable to access food, medication and other resources during this crisis. 

This page will be updated as frequently as possible. Should your organization have additional resources to add to our list below, please e-mail communityaffairs@whitehall-oh.us

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Request Assistance

Should you have a request for yourself or a neighbor in need, please email or call us via the information below so we can connect you with a local service provider. 

Email: communityaffairs@whitehall-oh.us
Phone: (614) 817-3131

  1. Senior Resources
  2. Student Resources
  3. Unemployment Resources
  4. Food Banks
  5. Carry-out/ Delivery
  6. Grocery Stores
  7. Utilities and Other

SENIOR RESOURCES

Other Senior Resource Organizations:

  • Meals-on-Wheels: (614) 278-3152
    Refer a neighbor or yourself  / Volunteer to help deliver
    Meals-on-Wheels delivers fresh food to seniors daily. To ensure the safety of our elderly population, LifeCare Alliance has been given permission to temporarily suspend the customer signature requirement at time of meal delivery. This means that the volunteer’s signature on the delivery record will suffice until the risk level lessens.

  • Office on Aging (Senior Options): (614) 525-6200
    Senior Options, administered by the Franklin County Office on Aging, is the "one-stop shopping" point for information and access to senior services including home-delivered meals, personal care, emergency response systems and more.

  • Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP): Summer Crisis Program: (614) 566-0750
    Apply online
    The Breathing Association and Ohio Health offer an electric utility assistance program for households that include an individual 60 years of age +, customers with a qualifying medical condition or households served by a non-regulated utility with a disconnect notice. The maximum amount for bill payment assistance and/or air conditioner is $300 for regulated utilities and $500 for non-regulated utilities.