Community partnerships with the FFRC are essential in preparing students to meet day-to-day challenges that are preventing them from reaching their educational, employment and health goals.
Ahali Tutoring - aims to serve youth and families of the greater Dayton area through tutoring and character building sessions, for grades PK-8th.
Clothes That Work - is a non-profit organization providing interviewing skills, work appropriate clothing, and workplace image coaching to low-income job seekers working to become self-reliant.
East End Community Services Corporation - counsels youth on their current educational situation, and encourages them to graduate high school with the expectation of continuing to post-secondary education.
Eastway Webster Street Academy & Family Center - a licensed mental health program therapeutically supporting students through an Ohio Department of Education aligned self-pacing core curriculum. Students remain actively enrolled in their current school, with the goal being the student's successful re-integration to their home school.
The Mentoring Collaborative of Montgomery County (MCMC) - serves to network all agencies providing mentoring services for youth and to train and certify both the agencies and individual mentors within our partner agencies. The Mentoring Collaborative vision and mission is to coordinate and support youth mentoring programs through training, resource development and recruitment, so that every youth who needs a mentor will have one.
Montogmery County Youth Resource Center - serves individuals between the ages of 14 and 24 and connects them to the resources they need to attain their educational, employment and health goals.
Montgomery County Youth Career Services - allows youth (ages 14-24) to improve life skills management, increases job readiness skills, and provides work experience opportunities. Through this program, youth will have the opportunity to participate in multiple work experience sessions based on their individual availability during the year (Summer Session, Fall and Winter Session).
Prevent Blindness: Ohio Affiliate - provides vision screening at the FCC for students and sends referrals to Prevent Blindness of America's local affiliate to assist in determining the resources to utilize for comprehensive eye care.
Project Read - is a coalition of over 100 literacy organizations, schools and businesses working together to build skilled workers, strong families and healthy communities through lifelong literacy. These goals are accomplished by matching adults with GED classes, High School completion classes, and ESOL (English Speakers of Other Languages) classes. Project READ also operates reading and English language tutoring programs supporting adults and children. Project READ distributes thousands of books to schools, non-profits and individuals each year. Our programs are all free. Project READ maintains a list of all active programs in the community so you can learn about all options with one call.
Wesley Community Center - is a non-profit organization servicing youth and senior citizens with assistance programs and community events. Our partnership provides academic benchmark assessment for the After-School Tutorial Program.