This week, learn more about the Issue 3 Affordable Housing Charter Amendment on the primary ballot May 4. Save the date for upcoming CUFA events, and get an appointment for vaccination if you are still looking for one.
Here are the top 3 actions you can take this week:
CUFA supports Issue 3 for affordable housing. See the announcement and learn more here. The amendment would require a $50 million per year investment in the City of Cincinnati's Affordable Housing Trust, representing less than 5% of the City's budgets. The issue is on the May 4 primary ballot, and early voting is open now.
Save the date for these upcoming CUFA FUN-draiser events! First up, join us (virtually) Saturday, May 8 from 6-8 PM for CUFA's Annual Game Night! This is a ticketed event, so reserve your Game Night tickets here. We'll even bring you a goodie box before the event! Then, mark your calendar for Brink For A Cause Happy Hour Thursday, July 8 from 5-8 PM at Brink Brewing in College Hill. RSVP here for the July 8 Brink For A Cause.
- Do you still need a vaccine? Find an appointment through local and state websites or by calling the City's Covid-19 Command Center a call at 513-357-7462. Here are the website tools for scheduling: City of Cincinnati Health Department (ArmorVax) | Hamilton County Health Department | Ohio Get the Shot
- CUFA supports Issue 3 for affordable housing. See the announcement and learn more here. The amendment would require a $50 million per year investment in the City of Cincinnati's Affordable Housing Trust, representing less than 5% of the City's budgets. The issue is on the May 4 primary ballot, and early voting is open now.
What's Happening This Week
All Ohioans age 16 and up are eligible for the COVID vaccine
Register with Hamilton County Public Health for availability through the Health Dept. or check the map for other Hamilton County providers here.
Use Ohio's Get the Shot website here to find open appointments with local providers.
From the Cincinnati Health Department:
The Cincinnati Health Department would like to engage you in our effort to vaccinate Cincinnatians against COVID-19. Appointments are made available regularly and are open to the public on Armorvax.com. We encourage you to share this information with your clients, staff, partners and members.
Many appointment are currently open for Ohio Residents age 16+. You and the members of your organization could be fully vaccinated by the end of this weekend (or at least have one dose completed). Start by following the instructions below or calling the command center to make an appointment.
For those who may be seeking a Johnson and Johnson vaccine, The Cincinnati Health Department is holding a J&J clinic this Sunday but appointments are filling up fast. This may be the last opportunity for members of the public schedule a J&J appointment for several weeks due to limited supplies. Please do not delay in making an appointment.
If you have already been vaccinated, please share this info with friends and family and encourage them to get vaccinated as well.
How to schedule a COVID-19 vaccine appointment – THREE WAYS
ArmorVax - the mobile application that connects people with local healthcare providers to provide access to vaccines. For people under the age of 18, a parent or guardian must create the account and register for the minor as well as accompany them to the appointment.
- Registration with ArmorVax online – Patient Login
If this is your first time, please take a moment to register with your email. Once you register, a One Time Password (OTP) will be emailed to you. You will use that One Time Password to log in.
- Registration with ArmorVax – mobile app
Available in the Apple App Store and on Google Play. This is a free mobile app software to schedule COVID-19 vaccination. Below is the logo in the Apple App Store and Google Play.
- Register by phone - If you have any trouble registering or have limited access to the internet, please give our Covid-19 Command Center a call at 513-357-7462.
Other Important Information
Watch the March 4 CUFA Town Hall: Navigating Housing & Utility Assistance
Are you or someone you know having trouble navigating assistance programs? On Thursday, March 4, Communities United For Action hosted speakers from local utilities and agencies to talk about available assistance programs and how to apply. Watch it here and get the links and contact information shared about local programs here.
CUFA has postcards (pictured below) you can give or mail to family and friends asking them to join CUFA. Sign up here to get some postcards!
Join CUFA on social media:
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