The Hope Center for Families
An initiative to reduce inter-generational transmission of poverty and revitalize northwest Dayton by providing high-quality services to low-income individuals and families.
The site also houses key services for Omega CDC including family coaching that address the needs of children and adults simultaneously. Using a strengths-based family assessment process, participants identify personal goals for the future, which might include pursuing career goals, obtaining a degree or certificate, learning ways to increase savings or credit scores, or access to counseling. Coaches help children and families access crucial services including home-visiting services for infants and toddlers, preschool, childcare, or afterschool and summer supports.
The Hope Center offers employment programs, food resources, and other supports. Through our work with partner, we strengthen families using the pillars of hope.
Three Pillars of HOPE
- HEALTH AND SAFETY - The Hope Center offers a state-of-the-art pediatric clinic for children close to home in Northwest Dayton through Dayton Children's Hospital.
- EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION The Hope Center offers five-star high quality early learning program through Mini University's childcare and preschool.
- CAREER READINESS - The Hope Center provides critical career training through classrooms and faculty provided by Sinclair Community College.