COVID-19: What You Need to Know

Miami County Board of Developmental Disabilities (Riverside)

COVID-19 Update

Updated: Monday, July 6, 2020

  • Beginning Monday, June 1, 2020, Riverside offices will be open by appointment only.​

  • ALL Community Connections (Recreation, Aktion Club and Advocacy) activities will operate virtually until further notice.

  • Early Intervention (EI) services will continue to operate virtually until September 1.

  • Service and Support Administration (SSA) services will operate virtually until further notice.

  • ALL Special Olympics activities (including powerlifting, softball and golf) are canceled through September 1, 2020. For Special Olympics Ohio's official statement, visit their website at

  • Have you been laid off due to the COVID-19 pandemic? Become a Direct Support Professional (DSP) today! Call (937) 440-3090 for more information or fill out our DSP Inquiry survey.

Visitors to Riverside are asked to:

  • Make an appointment if they wish to meet (no drop in visits will be permitted). Virtual meetings
    are still preferred.

  • Call your contact from vehicle (or 937-440-3000 if you don’t have their number) upon
    arriving in parking lot.

  • Employee will greet visitors in the parking lot and escort into building.

  • Wear a face mask (Strongly recommended. Riverside will have masks available).

  • Use hand sanitizer when entering the office (Riverside will make sanitizer available).

  • Use social distancing (maintain at least 6 feet distance from others).

  • Paperwork can be placed in the drop box outside the lobby doors.

If you need to make an appointment with a member of the Riverside team, call (937) 440-3000 or
email the staff member directly.

For the latest information and precautionary measures being taken at national, state and local levels, please visit the links below. You can also access information about state and local resources, including Miami County food resources for students.

Are you or your family member in a crisis? The Crisis Text Line is available 24/7 for anyone who needs support. From the coronavirus (COVID-19) to anxiety to emotional abuse to depression, their team is available to help. 


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Buckeye Health PlanSearch free and reduced cost food services, as well as medical, job training and more.

Miami County Food Resources

Several organizations provide free lunches to those in need. Look to their websites and Facebook pages for specific times and locations.

Kids Summer Meals:

A partnership between the Clubhouse, Fairfield Homes, Gospel Community Church, Lincoln Community Center, National Church Residences, Partners in Hope, Troy Foundation, Troy Miami County Public Library and Troy Rec:

Free lunches for kids 18 and under. Pre-registration not necessary for lunch, but may be required for other programs offered at each site. Every child receives a free boo at sign up, too!

Locations & Hours:

  • Staunton Commons – 11-11:30 am  |  500 Staunton Commons Drive, Troy  |  (937) 339-1986

  • Gospel Community Church – 11:15-11:45 am  |  1102 S. Market St., Troy  |  (937) 335-4323

  • The Rec – 12-12:30 pm  |  11 N. Market St., Troy  |  (937) 335-1923

  • Manor Community Room/Clubhouse – 12:15-12:45 pm  |  505 Crescent Dr., Troy  |  (937) 335-4027

  • Lincoln Community Center – 12:30-1 pm  |  110 Ash St., Troy  |  (937) 335-2715

Food Pantries & Soup Kitchens: For a list of food pantries/soup kitchens in Miami County, visit the Miami County Ohio CAC website.

Now is the time to take care of your mental and physical health. Find ways to stay active, practice self-care and connect with others.

Miami County Board of Developmental
Disabilities (Riverside)
1625 Troy Sidney Road
Troy, Ohio 45373
Phone: (937) 440-3000
MUI Reporting Hotline: (937) 440-3001*
*If after hours, ask for the SSA On-Call.

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