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Artemis Center has served more than 85,000 victims of domestic violence and their children through crisis intervention, safety planning, education, and support. Artemis Center empowers victims of domestic violence to make decisions and choices that will establish and maintain safety for themselves and their children. By working collaboratively with other community services, Artemis Center advocates are able to coordinate needed services. Additionally, community education and advocacy programs help to create community best practice responses to victims of domestic violence.

Artemis Center 

Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley (CSSMV) is a non-profit social service agency serving Montgomery, Greene, Preble, Miami, Shelby, Auglaize, Darke, Mercer, Champaign and Logan Counties, providing a continuum of services for children, teens, adults, families, seniors and people of all faiths. Programs include early childhood education, adoption, senior outreach, senior PASSPORT, individual and family counseling, supervised visitation, pregnancy counseling, parenting education, refugee resettlement, family stabilization and support, and a choice food pantry. CSSMV strengthens individuals and families through actions of faith, service and charity.

Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley 
The CARE House is the community’s advocacy center for child victims of abuse and neglect. It is a partnership of agencies who work together to provide a team response to child abuse through prevention and advocacy.

The CARE House
The Clark County Child Advocacy Center (CAC) serves children from birth to eighteen years of age or those under twenty-one who are mentally handicapped. The children are referred to the CAC by child welfare, law enforcement agencies or the prosecutor who is investigating alleged sexual and severe physical abuse. The CAC  also serves those children who are victims of human trafficking and those who have witnessed violent crimes.

The Clark County Child Advocacy Center
Daybreak changes lives and creates new futures for homeless, at-risk, and troubled youth ages 10 to 24 in the Dayton region.  Daybreak serves youth and young adults in crisis through emergency shelter, transitional housing, street outreach, and employment services.  Daybreak is the region’s only housing program designed to move homeless youth ages 18 to 24 out of homelessness, poverty, under-education, and crisis and into housing, financial independence, educational achievement, and self-sufficiency. Daybreak serves over to 2,000 youth each year.

The YWCA Dayton has over 144 years of experience in social action, empowerment and housing/programs for women and girls. Founded in 1870, the YWCA Dayton has provided safety, shelter, counseling, hope and the opportunity for a new beginning to multiple generations of Daytonians during the most troubling times of their lives. The YWCA Dayton operates the only domestic violence shelters in Montgomery and Preble Counties. The YWCA Dayton's work to eliminate domestic violence began in 1882 with a petition to the Ohio General Assembly asking for better legal protection for women against assault. The Association's efforts to eliminate racism began with an officially recognized program for African-American women and girls. It was the first YWCA program of its kind in the United States.

The YWCA Dayton 

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Keller Hall
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 2790