Stable Families

A strong community respects and supports families of all types. Funded programs improve family relationships to give each member a sense of well-being, belonging, and safety. Programs also prevent child abuse and family violence, come to the aid of its victims, and support families facing a crisis of any type.

1999 United Way Service Statistics

  • Sheltered and found permanent housing for 397 homeless families and individuals
  • Provided support for 374 victims of domestic violence in their homes during a crisis
  • Provided a safe haven for 429 victims of domestic violence and their children
  • Linked 5,900 victims of domestic violence to services to increase their safety
  • Taught 176 low income parents positive parenting skills
  • Counseled 351 individuals and family members under stress
  • Counseled 97 pregnant teens
  • Counseled and taught parenting skills to 500 families at risk of child abuse and neglect
  • Helped 334 homeless men find jobs

1999 Funding by Outcome Area

If $2.25 million is available for Stable Families, United Way will support&

Services for local families in crisis

American Red Cross


Artemis Center for Alternatives to Domestic Violence


Catholic Social Services


Family Service Association


Germantown Community Services


Greene County Domestic Violence Project


Interfaith Hospitality Network


Jewish Federation


Legal Aid Society of Dayton


Lutheran Social Services


Preble Counseling Center


Salvation Army


St. Joseph Childrens Treatment Center


YWCA of Dayton


Life skills to strengthen family relationships

Catholic Social Services


Mercy Manor


Womanline of Dayton


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