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Creating Pathways To Self-Sufficiency
Omega CDC is empowering families to break the cycle of generational poverty through cradle-to-career place-based services.
How To Connect
Omega CDC offers programs designed to empower families and individuals to take an asset-based approach to self-sufficiency. Omega CDC offers after-school and summer programs and family resource coordination at Edwin Joel Brown Middle School and Fairview Elementary, family coaching, food outreach, senior resources, and workforce development.
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They say that the first step is the hardest, and that was true when I first heard about the type of help that is offered by Omega CDC, because I was too embarrassed, ashamed and afraid to call. I was in a transitioning phase of my life and asking for help is not easy for me, but immediately upon contacting the Hope Center and Omega CDC, I was uplifted and encouraged”-Omega CDC Member
Of students achieved good or excellent behavior standing
Of family coaching participants have started their path to upward economic mobility by setting one or more goals
Service deliveries to Omega Senior Loft residences to preserve and enhance senior independence.
Meals delivered to residents in partnership with Miami Valley Meals
Recent News & Events
Introducing Our New Director of Policy and Partnerships
Omega CDC is pleased to announce the appointment of Tracy Sibbing as the Director of Policy and Partnerships. With over…
Playground Ribbon Cutting
We are thrilled to announce that the long-awaited playground at the Hope Center on the Omega Baptist campus is now…
Student Success Navigator Kickoff
We have some exciting updates from the Hope Zone Promise Neighborhood. Omega CDC conducted a kickoff training for their Student…