An initiative to reduce inter-generational transmission of poverty and revitalize northwest Dayton by providing high-quality services to low-income individuals and families. Here, they will work to achieve and sustain self-sufficiency by developing the life skills, work skills, and confidence needed to succeed. The 28,000 square foot facility will focus on addressing the major factors that can lead to poverty education.
INCOME STABILITY - through workplace development.
HEALTH AND SAFETY - through health and wellness programs.
STUDENT READINESS - though a five-star high quality early learning program.