Hello, I am happy to assist you today.
Sorry to hear about your situation. This is really a very common situation to be in, so I hope you don't feel too bad about it. You have lots of rights here, so I want to be sure that you do everything you can to protect those rights.
First, you have the right to stay there, even if you aren't paying your mortgage. The foreclosure process in Ohio will take anywhere from 150 days and up, so during that time you are allowed to stay in the property. You can also stay in the property AFTER the foreclosure until the new owner evicts you. So there is no need to rush off and pack up. You should stay as long as you can, if that is something you want to do.
Next, you have the right to a full accounting of the mortgage, and the right to contest the foreclosure. Those steps could cause a delay in the foreclosure and give you more time to figure out where to go next. Filing bankruptcy would also delay the foreclosure.
If you think that the neighborhood is not desirable and the house is unlikely to sell for what you owe them, then foreclosure could be your only option. Be sure to check all your mail, and if you receive an eviction notice then you know that it is time for you to get out. Even then, you can ask the judge for more time if you need time to move out. Don't panic, this will take time. I used to do foreclosures and sometimes it took a year or more to foreclose, during which time the owner lived there rent free!
Best of luck to you and take care. Feel free to ask any follow up questions about my answer above at no charge.