Community Links

Community Centers and Organizations

Community Service and Volunteer Organizations

Local History

Nationwide (State-By-State Information)

  • National Council on Aging (NCOA)
    • While emergencies can be particularly challenging for older adults due to unique health and mobility issues, knowing the risks in your specific area is essential no matter what age you are.
      • Understanding older adult emergency preparedness
      • Creating an emergency plan
      • Key steps to take when a disaster happens
      • Emergency resources for older adults
      • The bottom line (other steps to take)
    • LINK for State-by-State Emergency Preparedness Guide
      • Considerations for those with hearing and visual impairments
      • How to create an emergency plan
      • Guidance on creating an emergency kit specific to older adults


  • Cadence Care Network
    • Nonprofit agency focusing on the behavioral and emotional well-being of children and teenagers, as well as the treatment and placement of youth in compassionate and qualified foster care homes.
  • City of Niles
  • Codified Ordinances of Niles, Ohio
    • via American Legal Publishing’s Code Library
  • Niles City Schools​
  • Niles Community Services
    • 401 Vienna Ave, Suite 2, Niles, OH 44446, 330-652-6412
    • FOOD PANTRY: Open Monday through Friday, 9 AM - 3 PM
  • Niles Forward
    • The City of Niles is creating a new Comprehensive Plan to provide strategic guidance for the future of the community with a 10 to 20-year vision. A Comprehensive Plan is a foundational document that:
      • Reflects the community’s desires for the future
      • Establishes and guides City policy and decisions
      • Provides the basis for zoning and land use decisions


  • Help Me Grow (National Center Link)
  • Help Me Grow (Ohio Dept. of Health Link)
    • Help Me Grow is a system of supports for pregnant women, caregivers with new babies, and families with young children with developmental delays and disabilities.
  • Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP)
    • HEAP is a federally funded program that provides eligible Ohioans assistance with their home energy bills.
    • This one-time benefit is applied directly to the customer's utility bill or bulk fuel bill.
    • Ohioans with a household income at or below 175 percent of the federal poverty guidelines are eligible for the program.
      • View the Eligibility Chart online (Size of Household & Total Household Income 12 Months)
      • Three ways to apply: Online, Appointment (Find a local Energy Assistance Provider), or by Mail
  • Ohio Secretary of State
    • Elections & Voting (Register to Vote, Change Address, Check Registration, etc.)
    • Campaign Finance
    • Legislation & Ballot Issues
    • Notary & Records, etc.
  • Safe at Home (via Ohio Secretary of State website)
    • Ohio's address confidentiality program to assist victims of domestic violence, stalking, human trafficking, rape, or sexual battery by shielding personal information from public record and providing them with a safe and secure way to participate in our democratic process.

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