Do you live in the 43205, 43206 or 43207 zip codes? We have resources for you and your family.
News For You
August 2019 newsletter highlights include:
- Information about getting your child ready for back to school, including resources
- Learn about upcoming farmers' markets
- Free Positive Parenting classes
- Meet a neighborhood mentor
Resources For You And Your Family
The Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) gives parents new ideas and a chance to meet other parents. This program is for parents and caregivers of children 0 to 6 years old. It will cover parenting concerns such as obedience, bedtime routines and shopping frustrations. It also helps parents manage behavior and prevent problems from occurring in the first place.
Care Connection is a partnership among Nationwide Children's Hospital, schools and your child's doctor to provide access to health care at school. Primary care, behavioral health and asthma therapy are offered through school health clinics or the Mobile Care Center.
Our Primary Care Centers are in your neighborhood with expert doctors and nurses who care only for children, from birth to age 21.
The BC4Teens Program is a place for young women up to age 25 to talk with medical experts about sex, birth control, sexually transmitted infections and more, and get the birth control that's right for them.
We have a purpose for every passion. Join our team and discover your passion for what’s possible in providing best outcomes for children.
Upward Bound Math and Science (UBMS) aims to increase the number of students who pursue postsecondary education in math and science and help those students succeed in high school and college.
Our goal is to reduce unemployment and poverty in our community by creating pathways to employment at Nationwide Children’s and other area employers.
Giving more people access to affordable housing by eliminating vacant, blighted properties and increasing homeownership is the cornerstone of Healthy Neighborhoods Healthy Families.
Through the HNHF initiative, Nationwide Children’s works to improve the physical and mental well-being of children in our community.
Safety is one of South Side residents’ main concerns. Partnering with neighborhood and community stakeholders, the HNHF initiative works to improve the safety of South Side residents.