United Way 211

United Way 211

United Way 211 is an information and referral hotline that provides access to services including: basic human services, healthcare resources, services for children, youth and families, support for older adults and persons with disabilities and employment supports. About five years ago, the United Way of Butler County, the United Way of Greater Cincinnati—Middletown Area and the United Way of Oxford, Ohio and Vicinity formed a collaborative to fund a United Way 211 initiative that would serve all residents of Butler County with their all-encompassing, comprehensive information and referral services. The needs addressed and referrals provided vary from service area to service area, but are rather consistent in terms of areas of need. Since 2013, the top five needs in Oxford and the surrounding townships have been in the areas of utility assistance, food pantries, rent assistance, financial assistance and homeless shelters.

Apply for Aid

If you are a low-income homeowner living within the Talawanda School District (see map), you may be eligible for assistance with emergency or critical repairs to your home.

You MUST provide proof of homeownership with application.

To apply for aid please fill out application and SUBMIT to Oxford Family Resource Center at 5445 College Corner Pike, Oxford, Ohio or MAIL to PUSH.

Donate to PUSH

Help Oxford residents retain their dignity and maintain sanitary living conditions by donating to PUSH, a 501(c)(3) corporation.

All donations are tax deductible.

Types of Projects We Fund