Clothes or Furniture
Wakeman Congregational Church:
14 Abbott Street, Wakeman 440.839.2316
Provides Free Clothing
Big and Small Treasures:
56 Stower Lane Suite E, Norwalk 419.681.5341
Provides new or gently used furniture, appliances, or household items at discount prices.
Catholic Charities Furniture Ministry:
Sandusky, Ohio 419.502.0043
Provides new or gently used furniture items.
- Mattress/box springs
- Chairs (upholstered)
- Dining room sets (table & chairs)
- End tables
- Kitchen chairs (if not part of a set)
Goodwill of Huron County:
Provides new or used clothing and household goods at discount prices.
- Bellevue Goodwill:
855 West Main Street 419.483.2244
- Norwalk Goodwill:
295 Milan Avenue 419.668.4205
- Willard Goodwill:
117 West Walton Avenue 419.935.4048
Norwalk Clothing Bank:
99 B Whittlesey Avenue, Norwalk 419.668.6977
Near Rite Aid & Norwalk Area Food Bank.
Provides clothing new or used for an annual five-dollar fee.
ReStore Firelands Habitat for Humanity:
7602 Milan Road, Sandusky 419.621.2207
Provides new or used furniture, fixtures, appliances, and home items at discount prices.
Provides Disaster Voucher Program consisting of free items to victims. Must show proof of disaster.
Roll It Forward Rummage:
11001 US Highway 250 N Milan
Provides clothing, furniture, and household items at discount prices. Closed for winter.
Answering The Call Together:
P.O. Box 564, Norwalk 419.706.8656
Provides collected medical devices and lends assistance to families in need of home repairs.
505 E. Perkins Avenue, Sandusky 419.626.4548
Provides items related to cancer and assistance with medical devices regardless of cancer being present. Wigs. Medication. Transportation. Support Group
48 Executive Drive, Unit B, Norwalk 419.668.3073
Provides Adult Advocacy Programs & other assistance.
Community Action Commission:
92 N. Prospect Street, Norwalk 419.668.9823
1530 S. Conwell, Willard 419.935.1010
Provides senior housing, free phones, summer cooling, utility programs, & dental assistance. Now offering home repair & furnace repair.
Monroeville United Church of Christ:
29 Chapel Street, Monroeville 419.465.2165
Provides hygiene products and home cleaning agents. Bring a photo ID with
proof of residence in Huron County. Third Wednesday of each month from 9 am to 12 pm.
12 Benedict Avenue, Apartment B (Upstairs), Norwalk 567.743.9673
- Case management
- Free, mobile medical and dental clinics
- Prescription assistance
- One-on-one citizenship preparation
- Transportation to court and medical appointments
The Starting Point Outreach Center:
117 South Myrtle Avenue 419.933.4100 Spanish Community is welcomed. Assistance with bills and immigration lawyer possibilities. http://www.startingpointoc.org/
Huron County Transit is operated by Enrichment Centers for Huron County as part of their overall service corporation.
The transit service is funded in part by a grant from the Ohio Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration, Huron County Commissioners, agency contracts, and passenger fares.
All transportation services are open to the general public. Riders under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
Reservations are required for all services.
In County Service:
$3 per person each way within the county.
Fares are determined by destination and can range from $4 to $40 each way. Call the Transit Office for a quote.
In County Services:
Monday through Friday
7:00 am to 6:30 pm
Monday through Friday
8:00 am to 3:00 pm
For Reservations Call: