Romero Academy at Resurrection Community Eligibility Provision 

Romero Academy at Resurrection Breakfast Program

Romero Academy at Resurrection Wellness Policy

USDA Civil Rights Policy

Below are a list of resources that might help you and your family during this challenging time.

Food Resources

Economic Benefits

  • If you are expecting an Economic Impact Payment from the IRS, you may receive it as a prepaid debit card instead of a paper check
  • File for unemployment here



Navigating Challenges Associated with the Death of a Loved One

COVID-19 Testing

  • Find pop-up testing sites near you here
  • Bond Hill Academy Elementary: 513-621-1868, 1615 Republic St.
  • CCPC Bobbie Sterne Health Center: 513-357-7320, 1525 Elm St.
  • CCPC Price Hill Health Center: 513-357-7320, 2136, W. 8th St.
  • Tristate Urgent Care – Oakley: 513-531-1505, 5002 Ridge Ave.


Emotional and Mental Health Resources

Navigating Ongoing Violence and Trauma that Our Community Is Experiencing

Aligned with our commitment to support you — our parents — as the first educators of your children, we want to offer these resources now, as you navigate the ongoing violence and trauma that our community is experiencing.

Child Care

Youth Services


  • Wishing Well: 640 Neave Street, Mondays, Thursdays & Fridays: 10am-8pm, Saturdays & Sundays: 8am-8pm

Employment Resources

Occupational Therapy Support

Behavioral Support

  • Parent Resources is an interactive PDF that has links to different podcasts and articles to help parents with behavior difficulties at home
  • Social Stories: Has some wonderful social stories about the virus, social distance, and handwashing
  • Teaching Routines has some helpful tips and tricks to create a beneficial routine at home

Academic Support

  • Unite for Literacy: Has a ton of stories that incorporate beautiful pictures and can be read aloud
  • ToyTheater: A wonderful website that has plethora of virtual math manipulatives
  • TedEd: Has some fun videos about different educational topics

Arts & Culture

Women Support Groups

  • Girls Wanted: Girls group that meets to “eat, play, talk, and create” every Tuesday from 6-8:00 p.m. for girls ages 12-18.
  • Jail Ministry: Support for incarcerated women to help them move from jail to probation
  • Redeemed Women’s House: An individualized, long-term intervention program designed to serve women survivors of trafficking, prostitution and addiction
  • Weightless Anchor: Serve women who struggle with addiction and are victims of sex-trafficking. They offer rest, showers, hot meals, free clothes, and hygiene products, and love.

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Support

English Language Learners

Other Activities at Home