Bridges of Hope Simon Kenton Bridges of Hope is a faith-based, Christ-centered, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to creating a "Hub of Hope" that will serve those experiencing homelessness, poverty and consequences of addictive behaviors. Bridges of Hope at Simon Kenton will address the needs of such persons by providing access to life-building and life-sustaining services, either through direct benevolence or in collaboration with private agencies, ministerial entities and/or government agencies.
Celebrate RecoveryCelebrate Recovery addresses all types of habits, hurts, and hang-ups. Some recovery programs deal only with alcohol or drugs or another single problem. A wide variety of hurts, hang ups and harmful behaviors are represented at Celebrate Recovery. Examples include dependency on alcohol or drugs, pornography, low self-esteem, need to control, depression, anger, codependency, depression, fear of rejection, fear of abandonment, perfectionism, broken relationships, and abuse. Celebrate Recovery is based on God’s Word, the Bible. When Jesus taught the Sermon on the Mount, He began by stating eight ways to be happy. Today we call them the “Beatitudes”. From a secular standpoint, these statements don’t make sense but when you realize what Jesus is saying, you’ll realize that these eight principles are God’s road to recovery, wholeness, growth and spiritual maturity. Meetings take place at First Church of Christ, 441 Ledbetter Road, Wednesday, 6:30pm.
Cross Connect A new ministry dedicated to ending poverty in Greene County is starting in Xenia. Cross Connect, was started by Rex and Becki Robinson. A pastor for more than 30 years, Rex has had extensive experience with people in financially difficult or impoverished situations. His encounters with the poor gave him a desire to provide people with the tools, information and resources necessary to transcend poverty.
Jeremiah Tree The Jeremiah Tree is a Xenia, Ohio area ministry dedicated to offering opportunities to the homeless, addicted and impoverished. Currently, the Jeremiah Tree has office hours by appointment. Call 937-562-3121 to schedule or to request info.
Joni & Friends The Ohio office is working together with local churches and organizations, forming outreach programs throughout the community and ministering hope and the message of Christ to those who face the daily challenges of life with a disability. The Ohio office is committed to reaching individuals and families affected by disability in our community with the love of Christ.
Living Well Clinic Living Well Clinic is a new Christian ministry in Xenia, Ohio providing compassionate medical care to the whole person. We desire to follow the example of Jesus Christ who brought healing to both the physical and spiritual needs of those he met. We do this through a team of dedicated health professionals and caring volunteers who provide free medical care to those who are uninsured in Greene County.
Marriage Resource Center The Marriage Resource Center inspires marriage success and relationship health of couples in the Miami Valley. Our Mission is to prepare, strengthen and restore marriages through congregational and community partnerships, relationship education and mentoring.
Miami Valley Womens Center Since MVWC opened in 1982, thousands of young women from the Greater Dayton area have found answers and real help with issues surrounding unplanned pregnancies, abortion, and many other life issues.All of our services are offered in strict confidentiality and without regard to age, race, religion, or marital status.
Schneider House - Interfaith Hospitality Network The Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greene County is part of a national network that was formed to respond to the needs of homeless families in a timely and compassionate manner. The nationwide network includes thousands of volunteers and hundreds of churches and synagogues.
The Haven – Family Violence Prevention Center The mission of the Family Violence Prevention Center is to reduce family and relationship violence and its impact in Greene County through prevention, intervention, safe-housing and collaborative community programs.