As a company, we are committed to working together to make sure our residents, customers and employees are cared for and informed during these uncertain times. We are continuing to monitor the COVID-19 outbreak and actively following guidance and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
. Our priority is taking actions to keep our residents, prospective residents, and associates safe. We are here to help!
Information regarding Coronovirus (Covid_19)
from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention
If you need assistance finding food, paying housing bills, accessing free childcare, or other essential services, dial 211
to speak to someone who can help.
Congress is enhancing state unemployment to provide more income and to cover more people.
• Adds $600 per week for four months on top of state unemployment
• Adds up to 13 weeks of additional unemployment benefits to those already enrolled but who are nearing the end of benefits.
• Expands the program to include a number of workers not normally eligible to receive unemployment benefits. This includes:
• Independent contractors/gig workers
• Those with limited work history
• Employees who are still employed, but whose hours have been reduced
Infomation regarding Coronovirus (Covid_19)
from the Ohio Department of Health
Ohio Coronavirus and Unemployment Insurance Benefits Questions & Answers
An executive order issued by Governor DeWine expands flexibility for Ohioans to receive unemployment benefits during Ohio's emergency declaration period. Unemployment benefits will be available for eligible individuals who are requested by a medical professional, local health authority, or employer to be isolated or quarantined as a consequence of COVID-19, even if they are not actually diagnosed with COVID-19. In addition, the waiting period for eligible Ohioans to receive unemployment benefits will be waived.
File Online for Unemployment Insurance
Help with home energy bills—Ohio Home Energy Assistance Program
Find your local United Way.
Guide to local resources in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky (including: medication, housing, unemployment, and food resources) from the Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky Apartment Association
Apartment Association Outreach Rent Assistance Program and additional nonprofits, charities and government agencies that also offer emergency rent assistance
Rent Assistance—St. Vincent De Paul, (513) 421-0602 (Addresses must be in Hamilton County)
City of Cincinnati Eviction Prevention Initiative
Community Action Agency, 513-569-1840
Miami Township: List of Assistance Resources