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Helping the Homeless 

What does the City of Dayton do to help the homeless?

 

     -  The City of Dayton provides federal Emergency
        Shelter Grant (ESG) funds to area homeless
        shelters that serve single men and women,
        families, victims of domestic violence, and teens.

 

     -  City staff serve on the Shelter

               Policy Board and the Emergency Housing

               Coalition, and participates in the community’s

               Continuum of Care process. Through the  

               Continuum of Care, the community agencies

               monitor, assess and develop programs to meet

               the needs of the homeless in our area. The City

               also serves as the pass through organization for

               the Shelter+Care Program, which provides

               permanent affordable housing for persons with

               special needs who have been homeless.

     Homeless Solutions Plan Update - January 26, 2011 

               Homeless Solutions Plan Executive Summary

               Homeless Solutions Plan

               Homeless Solutions Plan Appendices