Neighborhood Revitalization

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East End Community Services with the funding from the US Department of Justice is working with residents on holistic solutions to prevent crime.   By tying youth success to educational reform, community, housing and economic development, the neighbors and East End seek to transform the neighborhood.   Work has already started to create a new Youth Success Zone.  In the next few months, neighbors and partners across the city, including Dayton officials and police will be planning for steps to continue to revitalize the community.  Our goal is a thriving, safe neighborhood where children and families can reach their potential.

4 Responses to Neighborhood Revitalization

  1. Hi my name is Patricia Fontecchio.I’m 25 years old unemployed with a 6th grade education.I’m at the point in life I don’t know what to do nor were to go in life.why I’m writing you this letter is to see if you have any programs available for somebody in my situation.Like school ,work or anything that would lead me on the path in life.
    Thank you sincerely Patricia

    • Hi,

      If you are living in the Dayton area than the best way to reach us would be to call and talk with one of the staff who provides help with employment services, including developing a resume or can provide help with finding a GED program where you can secure additional education. We would be happy to meet with you. Please call 937-259-1898. If you don’t live in the Dayton area, you may want to call your local United WAy for resources. I hope this helps.

    • Yes, the next project is the 40 new green, energy efficient homes in 2013. We are still working on finding sources of funding for homwowners who need emergency repair. We also will be focused on crime prevention and during the next couple of months will be reaching out to people regarding those groups. We also have more Culture Builds Community activities planned.

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