Community Resources

Fayette County Ohio Visitor's Guide

Community Contacts: Contact information for City & County Government, Emergency Health & Safety, Community Agencies, Local News & Broadcasting, and Local Schools.


Local Service Organizations
Fayette Commission on Aging                                     740-335-2159
Serving the Senior Citizens of Fayette County, We invite you to have a look around the site and see all the wonderful things we have to offer.

Community Action Commission of Fayette Co.          740-335-7282
A private, nonprofit organization that operates programs such as the Salvation Army, Head Start, Weatherization, Transportation, Senior Services, Home Repair, Homeless Shelter, Transitional and Permanent Supportive Housing, and a Licensed Supervised Visitation Center.


Community Action Transportation                              740-335-9628
 
Ohio Department of Job & Family Services
Unemployment, Child Support, Food Services & Medicaid Benefits for Ohio. The site features information about programs, services, facts, statistics, and current news concerning ODJFS.

Housing (PDF)

Shelters & Other Community Assistance (PDF)
Local Food Banks
When, where & how to connect with food assistance in Fayette County.

Pantry Name:Day/Hours or DistributionService Area
Fayette Co. Food Pantry
214 N Hinde St.
Washington CH, OH 43160
740-335-2067
Mon, Wed, Fri: 1:00-3:00 pmFayette Co.
Heritage Memorial Church Pantry
412 Rose Ave.
Washington CH, OH 43160
740-636-1111
Monday: 9:00-11:15 am
(Every 30 days by appoint. only)
Fayette Co.
Greg Street Worship Center Pantry
424 Gregg St.
Washington CH, OH 43160
740-335-8625
Monday: 9:00-11:15 am
(Every 30 days by appoint. only)
Fayette Co.
Jeffersonville Church of Christ Pantry
83 N Main St.
Jeffersonville, OH 43106
740-426-6110
3rd Friday of the Month:10:00-1:30 pmFayette Co.
Jeffersonville United Methodist Church Pantry
13 E High St.
Jeffersonville, OH 43106
740-426-6219
Tuesdays & Thursdays: 9:00-12:00 pmFayette Co.
New Holland United Methodist Church Pantry
105 W. Front St.
New Holland, OH 43145
740-335-8625
(Call for more information)Fayette Co.


Shelters
Fayette County Homeless Shelter (single women and families)        740-333-7580
320 N Hinde St, Washington Court House, OH 43160
Second Chance Center of Hope                                     740-620-4133
Peace House (Domestic Violence Assistance)             740-505-0090


Addiction, Recovery & Treatment Services
Community Action: Pathway2Recovery                         740-335-7282 ext. 192
Our mission is to combat substance abuse in Fayette County through collaborative community development projects to promote a safer, healthier community.

Ranch of Opportunity                                                     740-335-3126
A healthy, safe environment for the residential six-month treatment of teenage girls.

Fayette Women's Residential                                        740-313-7513
Residential treatment of women ages 18+ for alcohol and substance abuse.

Fayette Recovery Center (Alcohol)                                 740-335-8228
               
National Al-Anon                                                              1-888-425-2666 (4AL-ANON)

Local: AA/Al-Anon Meetings1-888-425-2666  (for other meetings call)
St. Colman's Church
219 N North St.
Washington Court House, OH 43160
Wednesdays: 7:00 pm & Saturdays: 7:00 pm
(downstairs)
All Saints Episcopal Church
733 State Route 41 
Washington Court House, OH 43160
Mondays: 7:00-8:00 pm & Thursdays: 7:00-8:00 pm
(by the golf course)
First Church of God
610 Harrison St.
Washington Court House, OH 43160
Tuesdays: 7:00 pm & Fridays: 7:00-8:00 pm
 

Government Benefits

Government Benefits
A starting point for anyone who thinks they may be eligible for government benefits. Features a comprehensive quiz that determines individual eligibility for everything: from Energy Assistance, Disaster Relief Scholarships, and Loan repayment.

Ohio Department of Job & Family Services
Unemployment, Child Support, Food Services & Medicaid Benefits for Ohio. The site features information about programs, services, facts, statistics, and current news concerning ODJFS.
 
Social Security Administration
This is the Official Website of the U.S. Social Security Administration.  The site features information, forms, and links for social security.
  
Ohio Means Jobs
The site provides employment and career assistance for Ohioans; as well as links to unemployment and social security benefits.

Continuing Education

ASPIRE: Adult Opportunity Center: 1-800-628-7722  x2687
The Aspire program offers services for improving the basic skills of reading, writing, and math. Adults can enroll for self-improvement in any of the areas below.

  • Adult literacy
  • College refresher/readiness course
  • GED preparation including practice test (only offered at the GED Testing Center)
  • Nursing program preparation
  • Reading, writing, and math improvement
  • Workforce education.
  • Parents can enroll to be better equipped to help their children with homework

The program is offered FREE to any individual who is at least 16* years of age. All books and materials are provided and no fees are charged for instruction.

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