Visit or call the Help Center at 513-946-5650 to get legal information or to make a free 40 minute appointment with a lawyer. They cannot represent you in court. For more information, visit room 113 of the Hamilton County Courthouse or visit https://www.cincyhelpcenter.org
Call Legal Aid Society of Cincinnati at 513-241-9400, or go to https://www.lascinti.org/. You may qualify for a free lawyer. If eligible, Legal Aid could represent you in court.
Visit https://cincybar.org or call 513-381-8359 for a referral. You can ask them about the Modest Means Program. This may let you get a private lawyer for a more affordable price.
Call United Way at 2-1-1, to see if you qualify for financial assistance.
Call St. Vincent De Paul: 513-421-0602 to request support through the Cincinnati Eviction Prevention funds.
For a list of local shelters and emergency housing in Cincinnati and Hamilton County, call the Central Access Point Line at 513-381-SAFE (7233).
Contact these organizations to find help during COVID-19. To be covered by the CDC Eviction Moratorium's protections, tenants must seek out government assistance for rent.
Call the Free Store Foodbank: 513-381-7627
Or Talbert House: call 513-338-8596 or email RAP@TalbertHouse.org
Or Community Action Agency: 513-569-1840.
Call St. Vincent De Paul: 513-421-0602
Request a translator or disability accommodation at your court hearing.
Call the Hamilton County Municipal Court at 513-946-5200 to make your request.
Reach out for help if you are concerned with the living conditions in your rental home in Cincinnati or Hamilton County.
Address: “Healthy Homes Division” 1525 Elm Street, Cincinnati OH, 45202
Address: 805 Central Ave Suite 500, Cincinnati OH, 45202
If you are not in Hamilton County or the Cincinnati area, you can find legal and financial help for your location here at the non-profit Legal FAQ. Enter your state, and you can find your local legal aid groups, rental assistance, and other services to help you out.