Resources for Housing

Preparing for Independent Living

Rosemary's Babies wants all teen parents to have a healthy and stable home environment. We know that looking for a place to live can be a difficult task. We're here to assist you along the way with the search, budgeting, and moving into your first new home.

Need assistance with deposits, utilities, phone, internet, etc. click here.

Requirements

Consider the requirements to move into certain apartments.

Consider age requirement, income restrictions, pets, credit score.

Location

Find an apartment near the areas you frequent most: school, work, daycare, etc.

 

Ask yourself, is this on a bus line. How will my transportation costs change?

Rent should not be more than 50-60% of your income. But rent is not the only cost associated with moving.

Consider utilities, sewage, parking, renters insurance, and Wi-Fi.

Space

Think about how much space is needed for your budget and your family.

 

You may consider a 1 bedroom during the first year of parenting.

Amenities

Your apartment should cater to some of your needs since you will be there at least a year.

 

Think about: laundry on site or in-home, A/C, updated kitchen appliances, security, etc.

PRice

Apartment Search Apps

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Low Income Housing

Need to Knows for Finding and Moving into your First Place

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Visiting an apartment #1

Questions to ask during the first visit

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Renters Insurance

What is it? Do I need it? And where do I get it?

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DIY House Fixes

Learn how to fix common problems in your home. Save money!

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Landlord Rights and Obligations

Don't be fooled by a slum lord. Understand your rights.

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Visiting an apartment #2

Questions to ask during an apartment inspection.

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Renting a Moving Truck

Where to rent a moving truck and more. 

Baby Room
Newborn Checklist

Common items to prepare for the new member of your family.

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Need Insurance?

Ronald Bryant is a trusted friend of RBC. He'll answer questions about renter's, car, life insurance, and more.

Signing a Contract
Leases 101

Common leasing terms to know.

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Local Discount Furniture Stores

Where to find discount furniture in the local area.

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Furnishing a One Bedroom

Learn how to share your one bedroom apartment with a baby

Save Money on a Handy Man,
Check out these Videos

Understanding Your Bills

 
Water

Water Bill

One Bedroom Apartment Nursery Ideas

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Local Emergency & Transitional Housing

 

ORGANIZATION

SERVICES

LOCATION

CONTACT

  1. Transitional shelter for women and children

  2. Daily Meals, Shelter, Job Placement, Pantry

  3. Emergency Shelter for homeless men

  4. Housing for homeless individuals suffering from mental illness.

  5. Free transitional housing and shelter for women and family
    survivors of domestic abuse

  6. Housing placement, shelter, financial assistance

  7. Men's Shelter, case management, health and employment services

  8. Women's Shelter, case management, health and employment services

  9. Central Access Point, call  for entry into emergency shelter or other appropriate programs.

  10. Emergency shelter, 3 meals a day, free laundry

  11. Shelter, Transportation, Life Skills training

  12. Shelter where homeless young adults learn self-reliance and life skills.

  13. Safe haven for youth ages 10-17 who are physically or sexually abused, neglected, or for some other reason believe they can’t safely be in their own homes. 

  1. 4230 Hamilton Ave, Cincinnati

  2. 1805 Dalton Ave., Cincinnati

  3. 1437 Walnut St., Cincinnati

  4. 27 W 12th St., Cincinnati

  5. 898 Walnut St., Cincinnati

  6. 1841 Fairmount Ave., Cincinnati

  7. 411 Gest St., Cincinnati

  8. 2499 Reading Rd., Cincinnati

  9. 2368 Victory Pkwy., #600, Cincinnati

  10. 2403 Old State Route 32, Batavia

  11. 990 Nassau St., Cincinnati

  12. 2314 Iowa Avenue, Cincinnati

  13. 2522 Highland Avenue, Cincinnati

  1. (513) 381-7233

  2. (513) 241-5525

  3. (513) 381-4941

  4. (513) 721-8666

  5. (513) 872-9259

  6. (513) 921-1131

  7. (513) 721-0643

  8. (513) 562-1980

  9. (513) 263-2780

  10. (513) 732-6464

  11. (513) 381-7233

  12. (513) 569-9500

  13. (513) 961-4080