Safe and Supportive Neighborhoods

Everyone deserves to live, work, and play in a healthy and safe environment. Strong neighborhoods contribute to success in work and school. Programs encourage residents to get involved in community improvement projects, nurturing leadership skills and building on local strengths. They provide training, tools, and resources to help revitalize neighborhoods.

1999 United Way Service Statistics

  • Rehabbed 57 houses in inner city neighborhoods
  • Provided 36 computers for low income youth and adults
  • Engaged 1,200 residents in neighborhood improvement projects

1999 Funding by Outcome Area

If $392,000 is available for Safe and Supportive Neighborhoods, United Way will support&

Leadership training and neighborhood empowerment programs

Dayton Urban Ministry Center


Family Service Association


MLK Development Coalition




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