County Resource Directory
provides a self-service database of agencies
and programs serving County residents.
Click this link: http://www.co.montgomery.oh.us/
Ohio Benefit Bank
counselors are available where you live, work, play, and pray. Call
today to check your eligibility and find a site near you:
- Prescription Assistance
- Access to Tax Credits
- Food Assistance
- Medical Coverage
- Assistance with utilities
- And other community
Action Partnership of the Greater Dayton Area
S Main St.
Community Services Network is made of more than 1100 local, private,
non-profit and public agencies that work to alleviate poverty and
empower low-income families in communities throughout the United
transportation, energy assistance (HEAP), employment, child development,
food/nutrition (pantries & emergency food), housing & community
development (repairs), scholarships, youth programs.
social and welfare services in your area by entering your zip code
at this web site:
Center for Indendendent Living
mission is to ensure that people with disabilities have complete
access to the communities in which they wish to live.
South Jefferson St.
Ddayton, Ohio 45402
(937) 341-5217 FAX
(937) 341-5218 TTY
Agency On Aging, AAA2
40 W 2nd Street, Suite 400
Dayton, OH 45402
Phone: 937-341-3000 or 800-258-7277
Jenni Harris/Doug McGarry
| Adult day
services, Companion services, Home delivered meals, Home medical equipment,
Homemaker services, Home repair, Electronics monitoring systems, and
Long-Term Care Ombudsman
W Monument Ave., Ste. 606
Dayton, OH 45402
Phone: 937-223-4613 or 800-395-8267
addresses the concerns of consumers in a variety of long term care
settings. by investigating and resolving complaints; Promoting the
enforcement of laws and regulations; Advising and recommending policy
to sttae andd federal government agencies on long term care issuses;
and educating the public, consumers, providers, and policy makers.
Golden Buckeye Card
than two million Ohioans are eligible for the Golden Buckeye card,
honored at more than 16,000 businesses statewide. Golden Buckeye
cardholders have saved an estimated $2 billion since 1976. All Ohioans
age 60 or older, as well as adults age 18-59 who have disabilities
as defined by Social Security, are eligible for a free Golden Buckeye
E Street N.W.
must meet the minimum age requirement of 65+ to be eligible. If
you are not yet age 65, but eligible for Medicare by reason of disability,
please call 1-866-270-8022 for more information.
Prescription Drug Plans
DO YOU NEED MEDICARE PART D?
Part D plans are designed to help make prescription drug costs more
predictable. With the rising costs of prescription drugs, enrolling
in a Medicare Part D plan may be a smart way of insuring yourself
again the unexpected. Even if you are relatively healthy, enrolling
could save you money in the future.
OF AARP MedicareRx PLANS
AARP® MedicareRx Plans, insured through UnitedHealthCare, offer
simple, reliable protection to help you manage the cost of your
prescription drugs. In fact, members of AARP MedicareRx Plans together
saved over $15 billion on their prescription drugs.*If you are eligible
for Medicare, these plans are available to you, even if you’re not
a member of AARP.
- Long Term Care Insurance
- Dental Insurance
- Vision Discounts
- Prescrption Discounts
- Fitness Discounts
- Health Essentials
- Medical Supply Services
- ADT Companion Service
& Children Services
1345 Lagonda Ave
Springfield, OH 45503
| To respond
to and investigate reports of elderly abuse, exploitation or neglect
in a timely manner, and to offer assistance where needed
County Department of Job and Family Services
1111 S Edwin C Moses Blvd
Dayton, OH 45408
with health care, food stamps, Financial assistance, food stamps,
Shelter and transportation
County Board of
5450 Salem Ave
Dayton , OH 45426
| County agency
providing supports to children and adults who have mental retardation
or developmental disabilities.
of Vocational Rehabilitation
Cincinnati St., Ste. 200
|The Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation
(BVR) is the program that provides individuals with disabilities the
services and support necessary to help them attain and maintain employment.
Disabilities may include either physical, intellectual, mental health,
or sensory disabilities.
Intervention/ Mental Health Services
601 Edwin C. Moses Blvd.
Dayton , OH 45417
| Crisis prevention
and intervention for drug abuse and mental health services.
Mental Health Center of Excellence
N Brice Rd., Ste. 360
Ravines Edge Ct., Ste. 200
is a Mental Health Agency licensed by the Ohio Department of Mental
Health. AccessOhio provides treatment addressing all aspects of
mental illness to include:
disorder, Schizophrenia, Depression, Obsessive compulsive disorder,
Anxiety disorder, ADHD/ADD, Autism, Insomnia, Addictions, Dementia,
Post-traumatic Stress disorder, Chronic fatigue syndrome, etc.
you need additional information about getting services in your county,
Somerville 740-503-8032 firstname.lastname@example.org
Parsley 614-915-4638 email@example.com
tools for Depression and Bipolar Disorder
- Graphical mood chart
- Medication history
- Public forum
- Support Alerts
- Connect with your
hours/7days a week
Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Youth America Hotline
for Teens by Teens
intervention & suicide prevention for lesbian, gay, bisexual,
transgender and questioning youth
Online Crisis Network
& Crisis Chat
PPD MOMS (773-6667)
to a mom who's been there.
1111 S Edwin C Moses Blvd
Dayton , OH 45408
are for families with children determined to be at risk of abuse and
Domestic Violence Hotline
141 W 3rd St
Dayton , OH 45402
| This Y.W.C.A
centers helps victims/survivors of domestic violence, homeless women,
and pregnant, parenting teens who seeking a safe place for themselves
and their children.
W Monument Ave.
you or someone you know is in danger call 937.222.SAFE in the Dayton,
Ohio area. In case of emergency call 911. You have the right to
protection from your abuser. Get help immediately.
Center provides support and information for victims of domestic
violence and their children. Please browse our web site to find
out how we can help you and the community be safe from domestic
Hope Evangelical Lutheran Church
2000 Catalpa Dr
Dayton, OH 45406
here include a monthly soup kitchen, emergency food pantry, emergency
1930 Fairport Ave
Dayton, OH 45406
here include lunch and dinner services only. With counseling and some
Easter Seals of Miami Valley
1511 Kuntz Rd.
Dayton, OH 45404-1927
| This non-profit
organization helps people with education, training, and career services
for people with physical, mental and emotional disabilities.
Social Services of the Miami Valley
922 W Riverview Ave
Dayton, OH 45402
Phone: 937-223-7217 or 800-300-2937
937-498-4593 or 800-521-6419
Mercer, Auglaize, Shelby, Logan, Champaign, Darke, Miami, Preble,
Montgomery, and Green counties. Call the county office for
organization provides services for families who need pregnancy counseling,
adoption assistnace, foster care, refugee resettlement, early childhood
counseling for parents and teachers, paretntLink, food pantry, senior
services (home visiting, case management, respite), mental health
counseling, amd Erma's House (supervised familiy visitation center)
184 Salem Ave
Dayton, OH 45406
| This organization
provides services to help children and youth succeed, strengthening
and supporting families
6430 Inner Mission Way
Dayton, OH 45459
programs include senior living, credit counseling, case management
and emergency services, affordable housing for persons who are older
or have disabilities, senior complanion program, and housing and
care for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Now is a national non-profit program committed to assisting those
permanently residing the in the U.S. who are deaf or hard of hearing
and have no other resources to acquire hearing aids.
Mission: Change the social consciousness of hearing and hearing
matters through education and research while providing the gift
of hearing to those in need around the world.
for Students (1-800-290-4964)
Care America (1-800-222-3937)
or Financial Assistance with Eye Exams and/or glasses
dieticians will work with Ohio Medicaid patients who require tube
feedings or nutritional supplements to receive their nutrition supplies
is a full-service medical supply company that specializes in providing
incontinence products to Medicaid recipients. We are committed to
helping the underserved Medicaid-eligible patients and their families.
Our expertise in understanding technical medical regulations allows
us to give you the level of service that you deserve.
you are on Medicaid, most of our products can be provided to you
at no cost.
has a fully stocked warehouse and maintains a highly trained staff
of incontinence specialists to ensure that you can find the products
that best suit your level of incontinence. If you qualify, we will
do all the billing, obtain the prescriptions from your physician,
and complete any other Medicaid paperwork for you. Additionally,
we do not charge for shipping the products directly to your home.
Aid of Western Ohio
Jefferson Ave., Ste. 400
Mission: To promote equal access to justice in our Nation and to
provide high quality civil legal assistance to low-income persons.
110 Melba St
Dayton, OH 45402
| Their programs
provide assistance to low and moderate income families and individuals.
Energy Assistance Program
HEAP toll-free at (800) 282-0880 during regular business hours (7:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) Monday through Friday. For the hearing-impaired
with a telecommunication device for the deaf (TTD), call toll-free
number (800) 686-1557
Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) is a federally funded program
administered by the Ohio Department of Development's Office of Community
Assistance (OCA). It is designed to help eligible low-income Ohioans
meet the high costs of home heating. If you are eligible for assistance,
the amount of your one-time HEAP benefit wilI depend on federal
funding levels, how many people live with you, total household income,
and the primary fuel you use to heat your home. In most cases, the
one-time benefit will be a credit applied to your energy bill by
your utility company (or fuel vendor).
information on assistance programs, charity organizations, and other
resources that will provide you with help paying your bills, mortgage
and debt, show you how to save money, as well as provide some tips
and ways to pay bills when money is tight
the Dream Ohio
Housing Finance Agency
E Main St.
614-466-7970 or 888-362-6432
Ohio Housing Finance Agency offers affordable housing opportunities
for Ohioans from rental assistance to home ownership. OHFA provides
access to financial resources for the development and management
of affordable, safe, and sanitary housing. The agency’s programs
serve first-time homebuyers, renters, senior citizens, and other
populations with special needs who otherwise might not be able to
afford quality housing. (Serves all 88 Counties in Ohio)
370 Wt 1st St.
Dayton, OH 45402
agency helps prepare communities for emergencies and keep people
Ohio Valley Chapter
4440 Lake Forest Dr., Ste. 120
Cincinnati, OH 45242
513-769-4400 or 800-344-4867
Valley Chapter provides a wealth of programs, fund-raisers, activities,
and services for 27 counties in Southern Ohio and Northern Kentucky
for people who have multiple sclerosis, their families, and friends.
Our goal is to develop programs and services that provide knowledge,
health, and independence. The objective is always to empower the person
with MS to lead a productive and fulfilling life.
for Ohio website;
is a program that connects qualified, low-income people with discount
prescription drugs, direct from the pharmaceutical manufacturer.
VA Medical Center Dayton
W Third St.
Dayton, OH 454208
Dayton VA Medical Center provides a continuum of care, which encompasses
all levels of acute, nursing home, and domiciliary care.
A very active ambulatory care program is provided through a variety
of clinics including a primary care program designed to assure that
we offer an atmosphere of friendly, personal and individualized
Ohio Head Start Association, Inc.
144 Westpark Rd.
Dayton, Ohio 45459
As a professional organization, we are
dedicated to advocacy, training and providing support which enhances
and fosters growth of our individual members, member agencies, partners
and others who impact the lives of children and families.
DEVELOPING LEADERSHIP We recognize that strong and effective leadership
requires reciprocal, interactive, positive partnerships with all
members of the community who touch the lives of children and families.
We encourage continual personal and professional growth.
ACHIEVING QUALITY The quality and performance of our efforts in
all areas are guided by high standards and a strong sense of responsibility.
We encourage personal responsibility and growth while supporting
innovative approaches and solutions.
ESTABLISHING RELATIONSHIPS We promote inclusion and diversity in
all aspects of our lives. We foster an environment of honesty, integrity,
respect, teamwork and trust.
2314 Auburn Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45219
Parenthood Southwest Ohio Region strengthens our community by preventing
unintended pregnancy and empowering individuals with the knowledge,
opportunity, and freedom to make private decisions about reproductive
and sexual health.
- To provide reproductive
health care services to any individual who wants or needs them.
- To advocate public
policies which guarantee each individual's access to services,
right to privacy, and ability to make reproductive decisions free
- To provide human sexuality
education which enhances the health and well being of individuals
in the community.
Guardianship Programs in Ohio
|| The program
is designed to serve the severely mentally disabled individuals
that have been judged incompetent by the Probate Court.
The program offers guardianship of the person only, and will not offer
guardianship of the estate. This program will however assist
in the facilitation of a payee or guardian of estate when necessary.
Red Cross Dayton Area Chapter,
W First St., P.O. Box 517
Dayton, OH 45401-0517.
Cross Family Living Center
S Gettysburg Ave.
is eligible for this program?
qualify for the program, a person must be the head of a household
with at least one child and temporarily homeless due to:
- Natural disaster (fire,
- Lack of financial
- Domestic Violence
- Lack of utilities
- Condemned dwelling/displaced
by the city
do I get a referral?
families must be referred by a social service agency, such as the
American Red Cross. Other acceptable agencies include:
- Family Service Association
- YWCA Shelter Network
- Lutheran & Catholic
- Montgomery County
- St. Vincent de Paul
- Project Cure
- Montgomery County
Job and Family Service Center
obtain a referral, the head of the household may request a confidential
assessment of the family’s housing situation from one of the
EHP resident is provided with a maximum of 60 days of housing, clothing
and food. During this time, a trained social worker is assigned
to each family to assist in resolving the situation that led to
and on-site services include:
- Budgeting classes
- Nutrition classes
- Parenting classes
- Fair housing classes
- Housekeeping classes
- Weekly case management
- Transportation to
- Assistance with locating
- After-school tutoring
EHP also offers follow-up casework for up to one year and assists
families in locating permanent low-cost housing.
programs are offered to children living at the EHP. Through a partnership
with Dayton Public Schools, children have the opportunity to receive
tutoring in their studies.
the summer, children can participate in the Summer Reading Program.
They can check out library books from selected Dayton Public Schools
and participate in crafts and learning games.
donate furniture, household items such as blankets, towels or sheets,
or personal hygiene items such as soap, toothpaste or diapers, call
Serves at noon
30 Senior Dining Centers within Montgomery County, serve hot, nutritious
"home style" lunch meals to individuals 60 years of age and over.
The Senior Dining Center in your neighborhood is attended by people
like you, folks who enjoy going out for a low-cost but healthful
and tasty lunch and who enjoy the company of their neighbors.
the Dining Centers you can meet new people, attend picnics, and
enjoy holiday celebrations. Exercise classes and entertainment are
available at select Dining Centers. The Senior Dining Centers are
brought to you by The Senior Resource Connection and are funded
through the Area Agency on Aging Title III program, United Way and
customer contributions. Many groups contribute as host facilities
and special funders.
also have the opportunity to learn more about maintaining your health
and nutrition and about resources available to seniors in our community.
Screening tests are brought directly to various Dining Centers throughout
Is the food like?
nutritious and delicious meals are served for both regular and diabetic
needs. Milk and bread accompany every meal.
much does it cost?
contribute according to their abilities. A contribution of
$2.00 is suggested. Friends and family are welcome, but everyone
under age 60 (except spouses) must pay $4.65 for their meals.
Ask about our volunteer program for those under 60 years of age
and needing a donation-meal only.
do I start?
can order your lunch in advance while at your Dining Center, or
you can call the number listed for the Dining Center you wish to
attend by 12:30 p.m. the day before you go.
if I don't drive?
Montgomery County the majority of dining centers are located in
the city of Dayton and are on public transportation routes.
For specific information regarding transportation in all counties,
please call the individual dining center.
if I can't get out?
people prefer to socialize among their peers whenever they can,
but sometimes that's impossible. People who are homebound
(unable to cook or shop for themselves) and have no source of meal
preparation may be eligible to receive Meals-On-Wheels. Call
the Senior Resource Connection Meals-On-Wheels at 937-228-FOOD (3663)
or toll free at 1-888-580-3663.
happens if the weather is bad?
television and radio stations will announce Senior Resource Connection
Dining Center closings.
BREAST CANCER ORGANIZATIONS (NABCO)
network of breast cancer organizations that provides information,
assitance, and referrals to anyone with questions about breast cancer;
also as a voice for the interests and concerns of breast survivors
and women at risk.
BEYOND BREAST CANCER (LBBC)
educational orgranization committed to empowering breast cancer patients
to live longer, happier lives. Resources include semiannual conferences,
a quarterly newsletter, a library and resource center, and a toll-free
Miami Valley Chapter
Summit Glen Dr., Ste. G100
Dayton, OH 45449
Phone: 937-291-3332 or 800-272-3900
Alzheimer's Association is the only national voluntary organization
dedicated to conquering Alzheimer's disease through research and
to providing information and support to people with Alzheimer's
disease, their families, and caregivers.
in 1980 by family caregivers, the Alzheimer's Association has more
than 80 chapters nationwide providing programs and services to assist
Alzheimer families in their communities. The Association is the
leading funding source for Alzheimer research after the federal
on Alzheimer's disease, current research, patient care and assistance
for caregivers is available from the Alzheimer's Association.
W Riverview Ave.
937-227-9400 or 877-274-4543
Community Health is dedicated to building a healthier community
in the area served by Premier Health Partners through prevention,
early detection and disease self management. We focus on cancer,
diabetes, heart and lung diseases because they heavily affect this
area and can be impacted with education and awareness.
Community Health is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization directed
by a community-based board of trustees.
ARC -AIDS RESOURCE CENTER
The Kuhns Building 1883
15 W Fourth S.t, Ste. 200
Dayton, OH 45402
Phone: 937-461-2437 or 800-252-0827
Resource Center Ohio provides a continuum of services for those
infected, affected and at risk of HIV/AIDS.
We will be the leader in high-quality HIV/AIDS services and prevention.
We will ensure client satisfaction while servicing the highest
number of people possible with cost effectiveness.
will reduce the incidence of HIV infection through public awareness
and behaviorally based prevention programs.
| What We
Are... Disability Resources, inc. is a nonprofit 501(c)(3)
organization established to promote and improve awareness, availability
and accessibility of information that can help people with disabilities
live, learn, love, work and play independently.
Who We Serve... We serve thousands of individuals with disabilities
through a multidisciplinary network of service providers and consumers.
In order to reach as many people with disabilities as cost effectively
as possible, we target our services and publications to libraries,
disability organizations, independent living centers, rehabilitation
facilities, educational institutions, and health and social service
What We Do... We disseminate information about books, pamphlets,
magazines, newsletters, videos, databases, government agencies, nonprofit
organizations, telephone hotlines and on-line services that provide
free, inexpensive or hard-to-find information to help people with
disabilities live independently.
Resource Center 937-228 - 3663
Visiting Nurses Association 937-225 - 4500
Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance 937-268 - 0051
Ahler's Catering (Fresh-frozen meals only) 937-443 - 0405
Meals (Meals on Wheels)
In order to participate in the home delivered meals programs, individuals
MUST be homebound (unable to leave the home without physical assistance).
There cannot be an able-bodied individual in the home who could be
Toll Free: (800) 962-0126
Outside the U.S.: (248) 647-3100
Toll Free: (800) 804-9314
Outside the U.S.: (818) 223-8964
719 S Main St.
Dayton, OH 45402
to Community Action Partnership serving Montgomery County since
1998. Our Agency offers low-income individuals and families programming
and services that promote self-sufficiency. Below is a listing of
the services and programs we offer.
Our mission is to work with local communities to eliminate the causes
and conditions of poverty and to promote individual independence
Community Action changes people's lives, embodies the spirit of
hope, improves communities, and makes America a better place to
live. We care about the entire community and we are dedicated to
helping people help themselves and each other.
513-721-7670 or 800-252-0155
Assisted Living Waiver Program is an alternative for Nursing Facility
Residents and recipients of one of Ohio’s Waiver Medicaid
Programs. The purpose of the waiver is to provide an additional
option on the continuum of care for individuals who meet the nursing
home level of care criteria and whose needs can be adequately and
safely met in a less restrictive setting.
order to be eligible for the Assisted Living Waiver the individual
must meet one of the following criteria:
a nursing facility (NF) resident seeking admission to a residential
care facility that would remain in an NF for long term care
if not for the waiver.
a participant on one of Ohio’s Medicaid Waiver Programs
who would move to a NF if not for the Assisted Living Waiver.
addition to one of the above, the participant must have a documented
need for hands on assistance with at least two activities of daily
living and also 21 years of age or older.
of Stores and Services for Children with Special Needs
products, shops and services for children with disabilities.
E Fifth St.
Dayton, OH 45402
and Days of Operation
Monday through Friday
8:00a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The mission of Sunrise Center is to act as a GUIDE to the local
social service system...improving the quality of life by proactively
providing the tools to empower our clients to help themselves; to
be the HOST to a variety of social service agencies...creating a
community-based "shopping center" for social services for our clients;
to serve as a LISTENING POST for our clients and neighbors...developing
innovative programming to address the needs of the community, with
a focus on the future; to be a GOOD NEIGHBOR...always striving to
provide accessible, quality services to the residents of our community.
following resources are available at Sunrise Center:
Center Staff - Provides case management, and acts as a clearinghouse
for referral to food/clothing pantries and area churches. Case management
services include regional assessment, information and referral or
emergency social service needs like counseling, utilities, housing,
etc. Our service area includes zipcodes: 45403, 09, 10, 19, 20,
30, 31, 32.
County Juvenile Court - Provides probation services for juveniles.
County Adult Probation Department - Provides probation services
for adults. CALL 225-4320
County Combined Health District:
* Children & Youth Clinic, CALL 225-6039
* WIC (Women, Infants & Children) Program, CALL 225-6182
* Visiting Nurses Association, CALL 225-4051
Prenatal Clinic, CALL 225-4484
- Dayton's Americorps Program
County OSU Extension
S Main St.
office of OSU Extension, Montgomery County, is a well-known
resource in our community. A welcoming environment, excellent
customer service, caring staff, and a clean secure facility.
County Extension Office has
five main program areas to support the local community:
4-H Youth Development
Agriculture, Agronomy, and Livestock
Family and Consumer Science
Ohio - Helplink Dayton
is a simple, easy-to-remember number to call when you need help
or access to human services.
is a free 24-hour service so you get the help you need when you
will immediately forward you to the local 211 center, which will
then direct your call to the appropriate agency when you need:
about human service agencies
and shelter providers
services for seniors
much more information
of Family & Children First
provides administrative support to the Family and Children First Council
and Human Services Levy Council. They have resources
listed for agencies and programs that address issues affecting families
and children; fetal alcohol, domestic violence, Help Me Grow
modestneeds.org for eligibility guidelines,
registration, and application.
work to promote the self-sufficiency of the 'working poor' - the
hard-working but low-income individuals and families that conventional
philanthropy has otherwise forgotten. Modest Needs offers grants
to low-income but generally self-sufficient households, displaced
workers struggling to return to the work force, permanently disadvantaged
persons struggling to afford medical care, and small non-profit
organizations." Grants are paid directly to the vendor
main grant programs:
Self Sufficiency -help low-income households with short-term emergency
Bridge -For persons who will become more self-sufficient once a
full month's pay has been received, but need assistance during the
New Employment -helps people in their job search.
EZ of Columbus, Ltd.
614-308-1844 or 877-396-3251
deliver more than 25,000 meals per week to over 47 counties in Ohio.
Our weekly visits bring a variety of meals including low-sugar and
low sodium choices as well as adhering to sensitive dietary restrictions.
Our portions are freshly sealed for easy heat and serve.
If you are not affiliated with Passport, Title III C, or Ohio Home
Care programs, you may purchase meals direct from us. Five meals
a week (our minimum) is only $30.00. Seven meals are $40.00, or
you may order any combination of those amounts.
Medicaid Dentist Directory is a resource for finding federal and
state funded programs for providing basic dental services from clinics
and individual dentist offices and practices for eligible individuals
Families with children needing dental care may be able to qualify
for special funding to obtain health insurance for children with
the help of the Federal government.
Contact your local State government or local Medicaid office for
determining eligibility and the application requirements.
W 7th St., Ste., 309
513-621-2517 or 888-765-6789
with a low household income, few resources and
no dental insurance or Medicaid are eligible. OPTIONS patients are
primarily adults; many are the “working "poor”
or elderly living on a fixed income. Fees are based on your income
and certain health conditions. You must be able to pay some
money at the time of each appointment. If you do not have any income
or other money, you will not be able to apply.
may include an exam,
x-rays, cleaning, fluoride treatment, sealants, fillings, extractions,
completed application and proof of income are returned to a local
referral coordinator who determines final eligibility.
Most patients who need dental care are referred to other
community resources. A patient who is eligible for OPTIONS
is matched to a nearby participating dentist.
more information and an application visit the website.
Home Weatherization Program (HWAP)
of Community Assistance
S High St., P.O. Box 1001
Ohio Home Weatherization Assistance Program (HWAP) is a no-cost
energy assistance program designed to increase the energy efficiency
of dwellings owned or occupied by income-eligible Ohioans, reduce
participants' household energy expenditures, and improve participants'
health and safety. HWAP is federally funded by the U.S. Department
of Energy and provided to Ohioans at no cost for customers Households
at or below the federal poverty guidelines or households receiving
Supplemental Security Income qualify for this no-cost program.
individual, homeowner, or renter with an income that falls into
the federal government's poverty guidelines can apply for services
under the HWAP. As required by the federal government, HWAP providers
give priority to people over the age of 60 and those with disabilities.
The local agency's review of your application will determine your
eligibility for services.
& Protective Services, Inc.
Square Office Center
Heights, OH 45424
937-938-5000 9-5 M-F
hours, evenings, weekends, holidays: 614-262-3800 or 800-282-9363
| APSI (Advocacy
& Protective Services, Inc.) is a private, non-profit agency dedicated
to protecting the rights of Ohioans with developmental disabilities.
We advocate for the people we serve by helping to make their desires
and needs known, especially when they cannot speak for themselves
or if they have no other advocate. We do this by providing a full
array of guardianship and protective services to individuals age 18
Corporate Wy., Ste. 3
agencies in need of information on placements contact Brad Bahl.
Teaching and guiding children toward independent productive lives
drives every decision made at The Village Network. The needs of
each boy and girl are individually assessed and treatment plans
are designed to transition youth to permanent environments.
therapists work to create individualized treatment programs for
each boy and girl. The programs at The Village Network allow for
immediate placement and treatment of youth in crisis.
available in Centerville: Wendy's Wonderful Kids adoption
other campuses available in Ohio
Urban-Minority Alcohol and Drug Abuse Outreach
(UMADAOP) of Dayton
Incorporates Afrocentric approaches in all segments of prevention
programming, re-entry programs for paroled offenders,
senior abuse, youth leadership, communication skills, resistance
skills, field trips, tutoring, support groups.
Kingsland Dr., Ste. A
Chester, OH 45069
disabilities services-skilled nursing, group homes, personal care
services, light housekeeping, companionship, meal preparation, medication
administration, non-medical transportation, errands and homemaker
Ohio (Central Satellite Office)
Lincoln Ave., Ste. B
Ohio serves adults & children with intellectual and developmental
disabilities, as well as individuals with complicated employment
barriers (neurological, brain & spinal cord injuries). Our programs
and supports are built around the unique needs of each individual
we serve and designed to promote independence, skill development,
personal choice and growth.
day programs, intermediate care, shared living, vocational employment,
various social activities (movies, fitness, computers, arts &
crafts, etc.), in-home homemaker & personal care services.
you are a Medicaid recipient and are eligible or are currently on
the waiver programs through Medicaid, once you are approved by Medicaid,
there is no charge for our meals. Homestyle Direct handles all of
the Medicaid billing on your behalf. If you are unsure about your
qualifications, contact your local Medicaid office. You can also
call us, and we will provide the appropriate guidance. All of the
items on our menu are priced the same, $5.95 per meal plus the cost
ship healthy and delicious meals to our customers’ doorsteps.
All of our meals are certified and approved by our licensed
dietician. Our extensive menu offers plenty of variety to please
the palate and satisfy special requirements. In addition to the
complete meal offerings that feature, chicken, turkey, pork, beef,
fish and seafood, vegetarian, and breakfast, we offer special
nutritional options; Low-fat, Low-calorie. Carb-controlled, Gluten
free, Low-sodium and Renal diets.
can ship anywhere in the state of Ohio.
Resource Center Ohio
W Fourth St., Ste. 200
advocacy, testing and care services.
County Victim Witness
N Perry St., Ste. 212
Justice League of Ohio is the only crime victims’ rights legal
clinic in the state of Ohio that provides free legal
representation in criminal court to citizens victimized by crime
to protect their legal rights.
care and abuse
for Ohioans with Disabilities
of Services for the Visually Impaired (BSVI)
Cincinnati St., Ste. 200
937-331-5000 or 800-582-1589
provides direct, personalized services to help individuals with
disabilities obtain or retain employment. The BSVI counselor works
with you one-on-one to plan an individualized program leading to
- Work Assessment
- Mobility Training
- Medical Restoration
- Vocational Development
- Braille Instruction
- Career Planning
- Job Placement
- Adaptive Equipment
- Employer Assistance
- Follow-up Support
N St. Rte. 741
& Surrounding Areas: 513-695-2239
Blanchester: 937-783-4993, ext. 2239
741 Center offers Warren County adults, 55 and over. The Center
provides hot lunches for a $3.00 donation for seniors 60 and over,
health and wellness screenings and education, board games, parties,
income tax assistance, driving, dance, book driving, computer classes,
group travel, and much more.
Individuals are invited
to become members. Members do play an active role in determining the
Center’s activities. Take advantage of these benefits by joining The
741 Center for a small membership fee of $15 per year.
Corps Community Center
N Keowee St.
937-220-9660 or 800-256-1296
for Children is the region’s pion eering leader, advocate and resource
for high-quality early childhood education and care.
4C is the hub of information on early care and education programs
and the largest provider of training and technical assistance for
early childhood care-givers and teachers. 4C assists families, child-care
centers, family child care providers and employers.
serves 15 counties in Ohio.
as a Second Language courses
Dayton Presbyterian Church
E Alex Bell Rd.
St. Mary's Center
corner of Steele/Xenia Avenues
Far Hills Ave., Rm. 206
326 E Dayton-Yellow
Dayton Metro Library
S Smithville Rd.
215 E Third St.
Dayton, OH 45402
the King Reformed Episcopal Church
N Main St.
Chinese Christian Church Dayton Red Cross
370 W First St.
Dayton, OH 45404
Life Enrichment Center
N Keowee St.
425 N Findlay St.
Dayton, OH 45404
Redeemer Orthodox Presbyterian
22 S Fairfield Rd.
Beavercreek, OH 45440
Community College St.
John's United Church
W Third St.
515 E Third St.
Dayton, OH 45402
Dayton Presbyterian Church
St. Paul United Methodist Ch.
E Alex Bell Rd.
101 Huffman Ave.
Dayton, OH 45403
Grove United Methodist Church
Heights, OH 45424
Wright State University
Hall Room 012
133 Allyn Hall
College Park Ave.
3640 Colonel Glen Hwy.
of the chuches have food pantries.
Translation Services, Inc.
Sawmill Rd., Ste. 200
N Snyder Rd.
Summer Nutrition, Afterschool Nutrition and Education, Adult Nutriition
Education, Early Childhood Nutrition, AmeriCorps Healthy Communites
(hands-on, noncompetitive nutrition education and physical activity)
Glen at St. Joseph
St. Joseph Ave.
| A home for
low-income single mothers and necessities such as food, clothing and
In addition, the day-to-day pressures of raising a child leave little
opportunity to focus on the future and work toward a better life.
The Glen at St. Joseph provides the time, resources and environment
single moms need to break out of the cycle of poverty and create a
secure, successful future for themselves and their children.