The Residences at Career Gateway is holding its lease-up event Saturday, March 11, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Stecker Auditorium, located at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. A $12 application fee (in the form of a money order) and driver’s license are required to complete your application.
Brand new one- and two-bedroom apartment homes and three- bedroom townhomes will be available at the Residences at Career Gateway, along with onsite career and workforce development related training. During the March 11 event, anyone interested in living in these quality, safe and affordable townhome units can come on a first-come, first-served, basis to apply for residency.
For any questions on this event, please contact Katelin Hansen with Community Development for All People at (614) 445-7342.
The Healthy Neighborhoods Healthy Families initiative, composed of faith-based organizations, community development organizations, youth-serving nonprofits and local public schools, seeks to create positive health outcomes in the community.
The focus is on revitalizing Columbus’ South Side, the area around Nationwide Children’s, to support the health and well-being of children and families living in the 43205, 43206 and 43207 zip codes.
The HNHF initiative targets five impact areas: affordable housing, education, health and wellness, safe and accessible neighborhoods, and workforce development.
One in five children is faced with a mental disorder before the age of 12. And with the soaring demand in mental health treatment for young people comes a steep rise in the complexity and severity of their illnesses. In some way, everyone is touched by mental illness.
Nationwide Children’s contributed to a community-wide report discussing behavioral and mental health in central Ohio youth. Our hope is to draw attention to these diseases and gain support for all those affect. Read personal stories and learn more at www.FullPotentialBehavioralHealth.org.