Resident Resources

Covid-19 Resources, Green together.

Resident specific resources including important links, City information, and how to find assistance.

This page will be updated often.

Make a personal no sew hair tie face mask

For Those in Need of Assistance:

  • Summit County CARES Program - Rent and Mortgage Assistance
    Qualified applicants may receive up to 4 months of rent or mortgage payments up to $5,000. Program is limited to $6.5 million and applications are open July 6 to July 17. Find more information and apply at
  • Green Together
    If you have a specific need, please contact Green Together and we’ll help align your need with a resource. 330-896-6933 or More information here.
  • Green Good Neighbors 
    Working in conjunction with Akron-Canton Regional Food Bank.
    Based on eligibility. Please call 330-899-9880 for information.
    Housed in Greensburg United Methodist Church 2161 Greensburg Road. Food pickup Wednesdays from 8:00 a.m. – Noon.
  • Direction Home 
    A variety of resources available for residents 60 years old or over including various care services. 877-770-5558
  • United Way 
    Dial 211 to reach a Summit County United Way representative.
    United Way can provide assistance with food, rent, utilities, and other needs.
  • Meals on Wheels
    For individuals age 60+, now accepting new clients for free meals available based on qualifications or pay for the service. 330-515-5605
  • Green Local Schools 
    Meal pick-ups Mondays and Thursdays.  
    Visit for pick-up instructions.
    Please contact Julie McMahan for additional needs.
  • The Chapel Green
    Food Distribution
    Food pickup and distribution Thursday 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
  • Innovative Health and Longevity
    Free 15 minute phone or video consults about strengthening your immune system. Free Webinar including additional information:
  • Samual Adams Grant for Service Industry Workers
    Samual Adams has partnered with the Greg Hill foundation to offer a $1,000 grant to service industry workers who meet qualifications. Find more information and apply here.
  • NEW - Pandemic Unemployment Assistance
    The Federal Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program covers more categories of workers than the traditional unemployment system. New categories include self-employed individuals, 1099 tax filers, part time workers, and more. Fore more information, visit

For Those Who want to Help:

  • Green Together
    Volunteer, offer specific assistance, or request assistance by completing the Green Together online form here or call 330-896-6933 or email
    • Accepting homemade masks
      Crafters and those who like to sew can make homemade masks to be shared with our local businesses, residents, and volunteers who request them. How to make a mask: Drop off at Central Administration Building, 1755 Town Park Blvd. Tuesdays and Fridays between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.
  • Green Good Neighbors 
    Housed in Greensburg United Methodist Church, 2161 Greensburg Road. Food donations accepted Tuesdays 7:00 – 8:30 am and Wednesdays 7:00 – 11:00 am. Currently in need of toilet paper donations.
  • Direction Home
    Call 877-770-5558 or fill out the volunteer application online at
  • Meals on Wheels
    Call 330-515-5605 or fill out the volunteer application online at
  • Green Local Schools 
    Please contact Julie McMahan if you would like to volunteer.
  • The Chapel Green
    Food drop-off on Tuesdays and Wednesdays 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Red Cross
    Learn how you can donate blood at or call 1-800-Red Cross (1-800-733-2767)

Green Parks Information:

City of Green Parks are currently open, however, playgrounds are CLOSED until further notice. Please enjoy our parks while also abiding by proper social distancing recommendations.


Government Health Agencies:


Green Alert

Sign up for Green Alert; Emergency text alerts
Text: GreenOH to 99411

Sign up for the City of Green E-newsletter:

Ohio Department of Health COVID-19 Call Center:

Staffed from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day


Utility Assistance
Utility assistance provided by the Ohio Development Services Agency.

A Message from FirstEnergy

During this difficult time, our commitment to serving our customers and the community remains strong and diligent. Attached is a letter from our CEO, Chuck Jones, reaffirming our commitment.  

Additionally, please see below for information regarding FirstEnergy’s response to COVID-19. As part of our business continuity plan and commitment to maintaining the highest level of customer service, I will be working remotely for the time being. I will continue to respond to inquiries in a timely manner, both by email and phone.

As usual, phone calls and emails are the best way to reach me. When calling, please leave me a message, and I will return your call as quickly as possible. If for any reason I am unavailable, my message will be updated to direct you to another contact for assistance.  

We have temporarily suspended all in-person meetings, but I am happy to arrange conference calls as necessary any time you have an issue or concern.

Some key things to know about FirstEnergy’s COVID-19 response:  

·Our company operates a critical part of our country’s infrastructure and is committed to keeping the lights on as the nation addresses the new coronavirus challenge. To ensure this for all our customers, FirstEnergy’s work to maintain the electric system will continue with appropriate protective measures in place.

·Our line workers and field personnel perform almost all their work outside of homes and businesses with little to no need to interact with occupants. When it is required, appropriate preventive measures like social distancing will be in place to protect everyone’s personal health.    

·Our Corporate Health and Safety group is vigilantly monitoring developments related to the virus through information provided by the company’s internal medical consultants as well as external experts like the Center for Disease Control (CDC).

·We have a business continuity plan to deal with potential threats to operations, such as viral pandemics, and we are prepared to implement the plan if company measures are necessary to respond to COVID-19.

We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and take appropriate actions in accordance with CDC recommendations.