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East End Community Services is a nonprofit organization started in 1998 to meet the needs of neighbors living in east Dayton, Ohio. The programs that we provide are part of a holistic neighborhood transformation meant to help each child succeed to the best of his or her abilities in order to become successful adults who can give back to the community. In order for children to be successful, they need excellent schools, access to quality health services, stable, employed families and a thriving community with safe, high-quality housing. read more…
East End serves a community where teens face many obstacles to success, especially with the recent increase in unemployment and increase in poverty related to the recession. To address those barriers, East End provides a range of services that help children address the problems that they encounter in their environment.
Each year, we assist more than 1,000 individuals achieve their goals, including helping persons find housing, secure food, access health resources and secure a living wage job. Our goal is to help families and individuals become more economically self sufficient so that they can care for their children and contribute to the neighborhood. Support for families is crucial to our goal of success for children.
East End works with area residents in Twin Towers and surrounding neighborhoods, facilitating their vision of a community where families and children achieve their dreams. Our neighbors are committed to community transformation. Each year, our neighbors dedicate more than 2,000 hours to volunteering in the neighborhood.
Predators and Prostituted Women The assumptions that many people have made over the years about prostitution are slowly changing. A growing field of research is teaching us how to understand prostitution as human trafficking and the intense need for trauma […]