Kent Cares

At Kent State University, Flashes take care of Flashes! This page lists resources to help support Kent State Geauga and Twinsburg Academic Center students who are experiencing issues that may impact their well-being and academic success.

211 Resource

211, a resource available by phone or website, providing a connection to a live, specially trained social service expert in your area. Call or enter your zip code on the website to get started.

Resource Type

Campus Contact

Community Resources

Food

  • Call 211 or visit the 211 website

Finances

  • Call 211 or visit the 211 website

Housing or
Legal Assistance

 

Mental Health

  • Call 211 or visit the 211 website
  • Ohio 24hr text line: text 4hope (44673) to 741741
  • National Suicide Hotline: 800-273-TALK (8255)

Transportation

 

Academic Concerns

 

For those living near Kent, Ohio, there are additional regional resources that can be found on the Kent Campus Kent Cares website.