Resources for Families in Need

Princeton Closet

The Princeton Closet is operated for the purpose of helping Princeton's school-age children have the proper necessities to be successful in the classroom.  The Princeton Closet started as just that, a closet and quickly grew larger, offering more resources.

Thanks to the generous donations from the community, friends of Princeton and business partners, the Princeton Closet is helping hundreds of Princeton students and families each year.

Families in need of services provided by the Princeton Closet should contact their building principal.

You may also contact the District by calling (513) 864-1000.

Click here for a list of Community Resources

Operation Give Back

  • Assisting families living in the Stewart and Sharonville Elementary areas.

  • (513) 489-2023


The Village Food Pantry

Military Family Resources

Military Family Resources View a list of Military family resources by accessing this page.

Hamilton County Resources and Programs

Click here to navigate to the Hamilton County Resources and Programs website page.

You will find information on Housing Resources, Food, Health and Senior Services including:

Search for social services ranging from meals to emergency shelter and much more throughout Cincinnati and Hamilton County with this community resources guide provided by the Cincinnati Public Library. Schedules and services are subject to change. If you have access to a phone, please call the organization ahead of time for up-to-date information. If you do not have access to a phone, please ask a library staff member to use a library phone to call ahead.

Butler County Resources and Programs

List of Butler County Community Resources (View/Download)
Includes contact information for many community assistance programs, including:

  • Clothing and Household Items

  • Special Needs

  • Counseling and Support

  • Education and Employment Supports

  • Family Supports

  • Food & Nutritional Services

  • Healthcare and Medical Insurance

  • Housing assistance

  • Legal assistance

  • Transportation

  • Utility Assistance

Warren County Community Resources

List of Warren County Community Resources (View/Download)

Warren County Community Services, Inc Information and Referral: (513)-695-2100
Includes contact information for many community assistance programs, including:

  • Emergency Contact Numbers

  • Abuse/Domestic Violence Help

  • Clothing

  • Counseling Services

  • Disability Assistance

  • Education and Employment

  • Family Supports

  • Food Pantries

  • Health Services

  • Housing Assistance

  • Transportation

  • Utility/Emergency Assistance

The Princeton City School district encompasses the communities of Evendale, Glendale, Lincoln Heights, Springdale, Sharonville, Woodlawn and portions of Blue Ash, Deerfield Township, West Chester Township, Sycamore Township and Springfield Township. From these areas, Princeton City Schools draws one of the most diverse student bodies of any district in the area.

Community Websites

Local Chambers of Commerce

Local Educational Organzations

County Websites

Quick Link Resoruces

United Way 211 provides families resources under a variety of service categories:

  • Utility Assistance

  • Rent Assistance

  • Food

  • Financial Assistance

  • Healthcare

  • Transportation

  • Housing

  • Cothing

  • Employment

Phone: DIAL 211 to speak to a trained professional who can connect you to essential community services, a gateway to help. 

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