If you’re looking for help regarding COVID-19, here are several resources to get you started:
- Southwest Johnson County Multi-Service Center
- For information on programs available to assist individuals and families in need with their utility payments, please contact the Southwest Johnson County Multi-Service Center at (913) 715-6653. The SWMSC provides food, utility assistance, medical services/supplies (limited) and various other resources for low-income residents of Gardner, Edgerton and all of Spring Hill if qualified. By appointment only. Please call to schedule.
- 510 W. Main St
Gardner, KS 66030
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday
- ECKAN/Miami County Direct Family Aid
- If you are a Miami County resident in need of assistance for childcare, utilities, rent or food, Miami County has partnered with ECKAN for direct family aid. From the funding, about $1.8 million has been set aside for direct assistance to local residents who need of support related to childcare, food, rent, utilities and adult education expenses. Funds were also set aside to support daycare providers.
- Johnson County COVID-19 dashboard
- Johnson County has created a dashboard that allows the public to see the areas of the county (including the entirety of Spring Hill) that have been impacted by COVID-19. The data is broken down by demographics, including hot spots within the county.
- Kansas City Region COVID-19 Data
- The Kansas City region has access to a new and improved user-friendly tool to track the COVID-19 pandemic as it unfolds.
- Tenant and landlord resources through Kansas Emergency Rental Assistance
- JCDHE’s resources page
- Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) Resource Center
- Kansas Department of Agriculture COVID-19 Resources and Guides for Reopening
- Johnson County has created a daily COVID-19 email alert. Please feel free to subscribe and share with others.
- KC COVID-19 Small Business Relief Loan Fund
- Kansas Unemployment Benefits
- Miami County COVID-19 Business Resources
- United Community Services of Johnson County — Homelessness
- Dispel rumors with FEMA.gov
- Identify & report scams courtesy of HHS.gov
- Learn more about the U.S. government response
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
- What’s New Resource Page
The City has partnered with the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce and USD 230 in the #TogetherSpringHill campaign. The Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce created a Resource Guide for both residents and businesses. This website includes:
- Small Business Resources
- Health Information
- Remote Working Tools
- Community Resources
- Restaurant, Takeout, Curbside and Delivery Options
USD 230 Meals for Students
The Spring Hill School District will provide meals to students. Meals for ALL USD 230 students will be free (on-site, optional remote, and remote students). This federally-funded food program will remain in effect until the end of the school year.
Help prevent the spread of COVID-19
For more information about steps we can all take to help prevent the spread of this virus, visit the Johnson County COVID-19 update page or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website.