FRHC is offering incentives! Patients who get screened in June will be entered into a raffle drawing for a $100 prize. Call (937) 208-8585 to schedule this quick and simple blood test.
Features COVID-19 vaccinations, COVID-19 rapid tests, health screenings, food, music and raffle prize drawings every 30 minutes. Also, $100 gift cards given to winners of the best TIKTOK video contest, showing benefits of the COVID-19 vaccination.
New, temporary FCC program begins accepting applications on Wednesday, May 12.
Join us as we unveil our mobile shower and laundry unit for the homeless in our community.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Emergency Broadband Program (EBB) will open in late April and provide internet service discounts to qualifying households.
The Greater Dayton RTA is offering rides to COVID vaccine appointments.
Have Questions About the COVID-19 Vaccine and Are Afraid To Ask? Attend this event!
Five Rivers Health Centers Chief Medical Officer, recognized as Daytonian of the Week
Beginning on or near January 20, Five Rivers will administer 600 vaccines to Montgomery County residents 80 years and older.
The official groundbreaking ceremony for Five Rivers Health Centers new Edgemont Campus took place on September 2.
Five Rivers Health Centers' Chief Medical Officer was named a 2020 Health Care Hero by the Dayton Business Journal.
The Dayton Public School-Based Health Center provides medical, dental, vision and behavioral health services to students, families and staff in the Dayton community.
The Trotwood-Madision School-Based Health Center provides medical, dental, vision and behavioral health services to students, families and staff in the Trotwood community.
Read more about Every One Reach One, a movement in Montgomery County focusing on preventing infant mortality.
Paramount Advantage has donated $500,000 toward two new School-Based Health Centers in Montgomery County.
Five Rivers Health Centers plans to build a new multi-million-dollar center in southwest Dayton to bring some of its services under one roof, expand health care services in an area in need, and to have room to grow, officials said.