2017 ANNUAL WOMANLINE
The 43rd Annual Womanline Auxiliary Luncheon and Fashion Show will be held on Saturday, April 29 from 10:30 to 1:30. This year's theme is "April in Paris" with beautiful fashions presented by Magnolia's on Main, and early entertainment by saxophonist Edde Osborne. The event will be held at the Presidential Banquet Center located at
4572 Presidential Way, in Kettering.
Advance reservations are required, tickets are $45.00 per ticket
or $360.00 for a table of eight.
WOMANLINE Becomes a Program
of Family Services
Effective December 1, 2016, Womanline became a program of Family Services
and relocated to 2211 Arbor Boulevard, Dayton. While protecting their excellent reputation, the Womanline brand, and specialized programs, the two
organizations set an example of compatible missions joining together
to better serve those in need.
Both organizations work with victims of crime, victims of trauma,
and those dealing with other mental health disorders. The eating disorder
niche that Womanline is known for finds a home at Family Services while
providing additional opportunities for outreach, education and treatment.
“We are excited about the opportunity to work together to continue to be
at the forefront of providing critical mental health counseling services for
the greater Miami Valley,” states Bonnie Parish, Executive Director.
For an appointment contact: Family Services at 937-222-9481
or call Womanline at 937-223-3446.
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INCLEMENT WEATHER REMINDER:
In case of inclement weather on normal business days, our office
delays and closings will be announced on local
Closing Bulletin Boards: WHIO 7 and WDTN 2.
Our Agency voice mail message will also
announce and closings and delays.
Presents the Vision 21 Mobile App for Ohio
On June 1, 2016, Family Services officially launched the mobile App for crime victims created in collaboration with the University of Dayton Research Institute. The App was funded by a grant from the Office of Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Program, US Department of Justice*.
The App is called AVIATOR - A Victim Information App To Ohio Resources,
and it is now available free of charge from both the Apple and Android App Stores.
A website has also been created to connect with victim resources anywhere internet services are available. Visit the website at: www.aviatorapp.com
The App includes resources for victims of
all types of crime for every county in Ohio. It is not only helpful for crime victims, but is also a wonderful tool for those who serve crime victims, including law enforcement, court officials, first responders, medical personnel, victim advocates, counselors and many others.
The App is continuously being updated, and we encourage your
comments and suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Partners in Strengthening
Families and Communities
Family Services has been in the forefront of designing programs that meet the needs of individuals and families since 1896.
At Family Services, we believe in providing professional, compassionate services that recognize and respect the dignity and right to self-determination of every person we serve.
We are also committed to ensuring our confidential services are delivered in a supportive and efficient manner; exceeding the expectations of our clients, donors, funders and community.
Family Services' history of partnerships and cooperative relationships with virtually every other human service organization in the area adds value to all of the programs and services we provide. To learn more about the creation and rich history of Family Services, please follow the link at left "About Family Services".
As a non-profit agency, we welcome donations of money, in-kind services and other materials. These life-giving commodities make the difference in how we provide services throughout the Miami Valley.
Family Services complies with all State and Federal Civil Rights Laws
and non-discrimination obligations.
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