Artemis Center for Alternatives to Domestic Violence

Provides referrals, advocacy, support, and legal services to victims/survivors of Domestic Violence. Also provides community education, training and consultation on Domestic Violence.

Jenna C
(937) 424-2819

Blue/Green Home Healthcare

BlueGreen Home Health Care has an experienced caregiver that is right for you. We tailor your program of care based on your needs and we are flexible to change the program as different needs arise.

Salman Khan
(937) 535-2100

Central State University

Central State University, an 1890 Land-Grant institution, prepares students with diverse backgrounds and experiences for leadership, research and service. The University fosters academic excellence within a nurturing environment and provides a strong liberal arts foundation leading to professional careers and advanced studies.

Lesa Taylor DeVond

(937) 376-6163

Clothes That Work!

Promotes economic self-sufficiency by providing donated, professional business attire for employable women & men.

Cindy Garner
(937) 222-3778

Miami Valley Community Action Partnership

Processes applications/authorizations for the HEAP, FEMA and Adult Emergency Assistance Programs.

Keelie Gustin, Director, Energy Assistance Programs
(937) 341-5000, ext. 157


Learn has all the tools you need to start your future now! In a warm, friendly enviroment, we deliver services with respect and unconditional postive regard.

Dave Harlow
(937) 222-9065

Dayton Metro Library

The Dayton Metro Library brings people of all ages and backgrounds together to discover new things about the world, themselves, and each other. Within our Branches and beyond our walls, we are advocates for exploration, champions of literacy, and active facilitators of empowerment, inclusion, and positive change.

Tim Kambitsch
(937) 463-2665

Educational Opportunity Center

Learn has all the tools you need to start your future now! In a warm, friendly enviroment, we deliver services with respect and unconditional postive regard.

Tanya Bottemiller
(937) 825-2312

Family & Community Service Inc.

The Foster Grandparent Program connects volunteers ages 55 and better with youth with exceptional needs in schools or childcare facilities.

Del Gillespie
(937) 225-9999

Goodwill Easter Seals WEP Program

Assist WEP customers with intake assessments for Job Search, Job Placement, Job Readiness, and Job Retention.

Michelle Feltz
(937) 281-1296

Help Me Grow / Brighter Futures

Provides a range of home visiting programs to support pregnant women, mothers, fathers, grandparents foster parents, or any primary caregiver with infants and toddlers up to age three in Montgomery County. NO COST services are geared to educate, support and advocate healthy births, child and familiy development.

Pam Albers
(937) 208-6347


Homefull works to end homelessness by providing housing, services, advocacy and education. We offer a comprehensive continuum of care and services, from homelessness prevention to permanent housing.

Candy High
(937) 293-1945

Job Center Administration

Provides information on leasing opportunities within The Job Center.

Rob Andrews, Director of Operations
(937) 222-7349 x281

Job Corps

Provides GED, vocational, educational, & social education to youth 16-24 years of age. No age requirement for a disability.

Bryant Gillespie
(937) 223-9909

Miami Valley Down Syndrome Association

Provides support and information to families of individuals who have Down Syndrome through monthly meetings and public awareness.

Chris Steiner
(937) 222-0744

Merchants Security

Security provider for OhioMeansJobs | Montgomery County.

Shirley Jones
(937) 224-1468
(937) 224-1470

Montgomery County Dept. of Job & Family Services(JFS)

Provides Employment, OWF Program, Title XX, Medicaid, Food Stamps, PRC & WIA Programs. Call to apply, speak with your caseworker or get information.

Call Center
(937) 225-4148

Montgomery County Mentoring Collaborative AmeriCorps Program

Enlists 30 full-time AmeriCorps members to serve mentoring programs across Montgomery County for K-12 educational success.

Jessice L. Demmings, Ph.D

MVCTC Basic Skills / GED

Provides academics for post secondary enrollment & training, work force skills & GED.

Laurie Duren
(937) 854-6253

MVCTC Culinary

Provides development of self-worth and self-esteem, basic assessment, basic skills plus and training to employ customers in the hospitality industry and professional cook positions.

Kathleen Willoughby
(937) 223-2656

MVCTC Youth Connections

Provides alternative education choices for at risk or out-of-school youth.

Jim Fawley
(937) 226-1741

Office of Ex-Offender Reentry

Serving the citizens of Montgomery County with programs that minimize barriers to effective reentry and promote reduction in recidivism.

Montgomery County Reentry

Jamie Gee
(937) 225-6460

Ohio Business College

Ohio Business College Truck Driving Academy, formerly known as Tri-State Semi Driver Training, Inc., has been providing comprehensive classroom education and hands-on CDL truck driver training in Ohio since 1969.

April Sizemore
(937) 226-1674

Ohio Department of Job & Family Services (ODJFS)

Provides core services for employment & re-employment as well as training opportunities under the Trade Adjustment Act.

Tony Curington
(937) 285-6571

Ohio to Work

Ohio To Work connects jobseekers to resources to find work or move into long-term careers. Ohio To Work brings together existing organizations to reach unemployed and at-risk workers in Ohio by expanding coaching and support services, career services, tools, training programs and supplementing funding options to cover training costs.

Ohio Department of Youth Services

The Southern Region supervises youth on parole in the southern half of the state. Juvenile Parole Officers (JPOs) and other parole staff work with youth and their families to provide the guidance necessary for youth to become positive, contributing members of society.

Kristin Powell
(937) 285-6525

Ohio Medical Career Center

Fast-paced certified training programs in Registered Nursing, Practical Nursing, Nurse Aide, Medical Assistant, Phlebotomy Technician and Medical Billing & Coding Specialist. Federal student aid available to eligible students.

Daisy Deng
(937) 567-8880

OhioMeansJobs | Montgomery County

Provides resources to job seekers and employers to promote maximum employment and to meet the personnel needs of Miami Valley businesses.

Silvia Anderson
(937) 496-7551

Ohio National Guard

Provides information for the National Guard.

Sgt. David Wallace
(937) 222-0234

Public Health Dayton / Montgomery County

CMH, Children with Mental Handicaps, provides public health nurse case management to families with children who have special health care needs.

Helene Hill
(937) 224-1589

Sinclair Community College

Provides office skills training and workforce development training; basic computer training & workforce behavior training.

Robin Rucker
(937) 512-2023

Sinclair Fast Forward Center

A resource center that works with out-of-school youth to connect to the “best fit” academic program and help them to earn their high school, transition to post-secondary education, workforce or military.

Michelle Littlejohn
(937) 512-3278

Something Good Cafeteria

Cafeteria inside OhioMeansJobs | Montgomery County. Ohio Bureau of Services for the Visually Impaired.

Administrator, Manager
(937) 554-5264

St. Vincent de Paul

Office for the landlord of OhioMeansJobs | Montgomery County.

Jeff Smith
(937) 224-1471

Urban Light

Urban Light Ministries new Fatherhood Resource Center office is conveniently located in the hub of The Job Center, 1133 S. Edwin C. Moses Blvd, SUITE # 281, for our Dayton Metro area fathers. We are a Fatherhood teaching facility seeking to break the cycle of father absence, by providing new and expectant fathers with the tools and support they need, to become and continue to be a responsible father. We offer job development, case and money management curriculum, along with strengthening relationship skills and decision making.

Crystal Hagans
(937) 224-3306

Washington-Centerville Public Library

WCPL seeks to be an innovative leader in fueling the intellect and imagination of those they serve. The library is the community’s connection to diverse opportunities for education, enrichment, and entertainment.

Kim Senft-Paras
(937) 610-4420