Last updated: March 16, 2020

Medical Concerns & Questions

  • 24/7 Lucas County Community COVID-19 Call Lines Numbers
    • 419-251-4000 | 419-291-5355
    • Call either number for medical questions answered by a nurse about COVID-19
  • Wood County Health Department
  • Ohio Department of Health
  • Michigan Department of Health Information

Nonmedical-related Community Questions

  • 24/7 United Way 2-1-1 call line
    • Dial 2-1-1
    • Chat online at 211nwo.org or text zip code to 898-211

Food Needs

  • United Way 2-1-1
    • United Way is taking food reservations from the community, given recent school closures.
    • Parents or guardians can call 2-1-1 and reserve meal packs for children in their household.
    • In order to prepare enough meals each day, parents and guardians will need to call The United Way of Greater Toledo’s 2-1-1 line at least 48 hours to confirm the dates for breakfast and/or lunch for their student(s).
    • United Way 2-1-1 is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you need assistance finding resources and services, dial 2-1-1, text 898-211, or visit www.211nwo.org at any time to chat with someone who can help.
  • Meals will be distributed by a TPS school or they can receive a meal at a Connecting Kids to Meals site starting Wednesday, March 18.
    • Toledo Public Schools distribution:
      • Bowsher High School – 2200 Arlington – Attendance office entrance
      • Jones Leadership Academy – 430 Nebraska – Main entrance
      • Rogers High School – 222 McTigue – Main entrance
      • Scott High School – 2400 Collingwood – Attendance office entrance
      • Start High School – 2010 Tremainsville – Cafeteria door entrance
      • TTA/DeVilbiss High School – 3301 Upton – Main entrance
      • Waite High School – 301 Morrison – Career center entrance
      • Woodward High School – 701 E. Central – Main entrance
      • Other locations may be added
  • McCord Road Church & Sautter’s Market
    • McCord Road Church & Sautter’s Market are partnering to deliver groceries to anyone over 60-years-old.
    • The market will shop and bag groceries for delivery on Mondays between 1 and 3 p.m. and Wednesday evenings between 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. Medications will not be able to be delivered through this service.
    • Orders can be sent to contact@SauttersMarket.com at any time or phoned in at 419-885-3505 Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m.

Seniors

  • Zablocki Senior Center
    • During normal business hours (7:30–3:30 M–F), Zablocki Senior Center is available to answer phone calls and also to provide off-site services such as outside the home chores and grocery delivery. For outside chores, they accept donations for services and for grocery delivery they will only charge for the price of the products purchased (payment is expected upon delivery). You do not have to be a member to receive these services so if you are an older adult in need in the Toledo area, please call so they may assist you!

Mental Health

  • National Association of School Psychologists
  • Center for Disease Control
    • Review the resources for managing anxiety and stress.

Community Events, Closures and Cancellations

  • The Lucas County Health Department is communicating updates on the coronavirus, including closures on its website. For closures, scroll down to the second menu called “Community Events, Closures and Cancellations” and click on the “+” sign to expand.

Activities

  • Structure, routine and sticking to a schoolwork schedule are helpful for kids during the quarantine. To help breakup the time indoors, consider these activities to keep kids entertained.

Small Businesses & Employers

Temporary Unemployment

Volunteer Opportunities

  • United Way of Greater Toledo is looking for volunteers over the next three weeks to help build weekend snack packs & distribute the packs, in addition to lunch/breakfast meals, for Toledo Public Schools students displaced from school. Find additional details and to sign up as a volunteer at www.feedtoledokids.org.