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Our dietitians are here to discuss healthy diet and nutrition, meal planning, eating properly when living with chronic diseases and more. Please ask to speak with our dietitians when you come in for your next appointment.
Our behavioral health team is eager to meet and talk with you during each appointment at Five Rivers Health Centers. Be sure to ask to speak with our team at your next visit.
Contact our patient liaison if you need to file a complaint, get help with a staff issue or speak to someone (other than your provider) about your care at Five Rivers Health Centers. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (937) 281-7113 and ask for the patient liaison.
Frozen meals, prepared locally, are provided to many area agencies and organizations for distribution to their clients, parishioners, patients, residents. Contact staff at Five Rivers Health Centers if you are a patient who is suffering from food insecurity and would benefit from receiving these meals when you come in for an appointment.
Joint office of citizen complaints. Investigates complaints about government agencies and services for residents of Montgomery County. Also investigates complaints about care provided in nursing homes, adult care facilities, group homes and in-home care services.
Access many resources and services through CSSMV including family stabilization services, refugee resettlement, behavioral health support, guardianship services and services for older adults.
Five Rivers Health Centers will assist anyone in the community with insurance applications and Medicaid/Medicare enrollment. You do not need to be a patient here to receive this free assistance. Please call and speak with our Outreach & Enrollment team to get more information and assistance. 937-281-6800.
Depending on the patient needs, most insurance providers offer some type of transportation assistance to and from an appointment at Five Rivers Health Centers. We also offer Uber Health transportation services for many of our patients. Ask our staff members about these free transportation options. 937-281-6800.
Speak with the women's health staff at Five Rivers Health Centers to be measured for a properly-fitting bra (maternity or nursing). This free service is available to any of our patients who have challenges finding or affording specialty sizes and types of bras.
With a team of around 130 active volunteers, the Brunner Literacy Center offers educational programs in four main areas. Students are matched with the program area that is best aligned with their goals and starting skill levels, and each student's individualized plan is further customized according to desired timeline, availability, learning styles, and more.
Miami Valley Works staff are committed to helping you improve your life, gain full-time employment and achieve economic self-sufficiency. You will build the skills you need to find and keep a good job that offers benefits. That means you will be able to provide for your family, pay your bills and save money – all with your paycheck. Best of all – our services are free!
Current COVID-19 education and information for non-English speaking members of our community available at Ebenezer Healthcare Access, 196 Hawthorn St.
FREE vaccinations and boosters available at Five Rivers Family Health Center, 2261 Philadelphia Drive, Thursdays, 10:30-2:30
MVCDC provides early childhood education and partnerships with families.
215 Horace Street, Dayton
Emergency services, eviction prevention, utility assistance, legal clinic, driver's license reinstatement.
719 S. Main Street, Dayton
Serving individuals with developmental and acquired disabilities.
4710 Old Troy Pike (at Needmore Road), Dayton
Located in east Dayton.
622 Springfield Street, Dayton
Located at Dayton Christ Episcopal Church.
20 W. First Street, Dayton
Choice pantry located in downtown Dayton.
627 East First Street, Dayton
The Foodbank's food and related supplies are distributed through a network of pantries, kitchens, shelters and other charitable programs.
For assistance, contact the Greater Dayton Helplink.
Preschool Promise is a non-profit funded by Montgomery County and the City of Dayton to help children get ready for kindergarten.
2251 Timber Lane, Dayton
Mental health and addiction services. Crisis care assistance.
Crisis care - 937-224-4646
Family resources, benefits, child care services, cash assistance, food assistance, emergency aid, child protective services.
1111 S. Edwin C. Moses Blvd., Dayton
Birth/death records, COVID-19 information, resources and education
Birth/death records, COVID-19 information, immunization clinic, addiction services, LGBTQ services, HIV/AIDS prevention program.
117 S. Main St., Dayton
Provides CPR training, advocacy and education. Raising awareness on healthy habits and lifestyle choices for good health.
1313 W. Dorothy Lane, Dayton
Vaccine information sheets are available on the website along with immunization schedules.
Legal Aid of Western Ohio, Inc. (LAWO) and Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, Inc. (ABLE) are non-profit regional law firms that provide high quality legal assistance in civil matters to help eligible low-income individuals and groups in western Ohio achieve self reliance, and equal justice and economic opportunity.
Website and information to help patients manage their diabetes
Program provides child safety seats and booster seats to eligible low-income families. Eligibility is based on whether your income is within the WIC guidelines; however you do not need to be enrolled in WIC.
Ohio Department of Health - 800-644-7740
Dayton Children’s Family Resource Connection (937) 641-3700
Montgomery County AAA Allied Group (no infant seats) (937) 224-2826
Programs and services to assist people with disabilities and other needs. Employment services, child car seat program, senior services, education and training, Miracle Clubhouse for people with chronic mental illness.
660 S. Main St. Dayton, OH 45402
If a child is born to a mother who is not married, the child does not have a legal father unless the parents take the steps necessary to name the legal father. As a result, no father is listed on the child’s birth certificate. This program helps with establishing paternity so that the child has a legal father listed on his/her birth certificate.
Outreach program of the Dayton Conference of Lutheran Churches. Many programs and services including Passages Program for individuals trying to obtain vital documents.
534 Xenia Ave. Dayton, OH 45410
Obtain Driver’s License/State ID – must have birth certificate, Social Security #, proof of residency, or naturalization papers if applicable.
Five Rivers Healthy Start supplies diapers to our patients from the Montgomery County Diaper Bank. Five Rivers Health Centers and partner agencies on the Community Action Network have access to provide diapers to their patients in need. For more information, call 937-281-6592. Non-Five Rivers patients need to access diapers via another agency (WIC, DMC Public Health, Catholic Social Services).