Each year we assist more than 1,000 people in achieving their goals, including helping individuals and their families meet basic needs, find housing, access health resources and secure and maintain employment. Our goal is to help individuals and their families 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. Click the links below to learn more about each individual program:
The generosity of our contributors and contracts with Montgomery County as well as United Way of Greater Dayton Area enables East End to provide services at no cost to participants.
To learn more about these services, please contact Dan Poling at 937-259-1898.