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Welcome to Family Services

Our mission is to strengthen families and communities through counseling, education, community building and advocacy. 
       In response to COVID-19:

*Telehealth continues to be our primary source of providing mental health services in our community. An email and Facebook updates will be sent out regarding our guidelines as we begin to look into slowly reopening.  Stay up to date with us! Follow us with Constant Contact   

*We are still accepting NEW clients!! Call (937)222-9481. 

*Sexual Assault Survivor Support Group is now virtual.  Call Leah Stone at (937)234-7567 to join.

*Anger Management, Parenting, and AoD Groups have been cancelled until further notice.

*CSD (Community Services for the Deaf) is providing live interpreting services and VRI (Video Remote Interpreting) Services.  Please call (937)640-8032 to set up an interpreter or a C-Printer.

*CSD Walk-In Services are be offered virtually, every Wednesday from 11a to 2p.  Please follow this link for more information CSD Walk-In Services.  If you need assistance with anything, please either text/call Sarah (937)619-8483 any time to let her know you will be calling in for walk-in services.

*Resources/Information due to COVID-19
-Plain language about the COVID-19: COVID-19 simple language brochure- from OOD.  
-Your RIGHTS during the Stay-At-Home Order: Your Rights/Resources
-Voting by Mail- Requesting a Vote-By-Mail Ballot: Vote-By-Mail Link

Thank you for your patience and understanding through these times. 
We are in this with you and together! 

Mental Health

Nearly half of all Americans will experience the symptoms of a mental illness at some point in life. If it happens to you or your family, you are not alone. Each year, Family Services’ professional and courteous counseling staff provide hundreds of individuals, couples and families with confidential counseling within a safe environment, to address a wide range of concerns.

Counseling is available for individuals or families affected by: 

  • physical, verbal, emotional, mental, neglect and/or sexual violence
  • eating disorders
  • trauma (any kind) 
  • drug use and other addictions
  • anxiety disorders
  • divorce 
  • life transitions
  • anger
  • stress management
  • communication problems
  • Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing
  • Isolated seniors
  • Crime victims (any victimization)  

Our counseling services promote health and well being among participants, and encourage utilization of responsible behaviors, non-violence and feelings management.  Family Services utilizes the Ecological Theory framework as our best practice counseling model.  This model helps individuals understand that no one is an island, but is part of a much broader system, where the individual affects their environment and the environment affects the individual. 

 Check out Product/Services tab for more information and how to schedule an appointment or register for a class.

Check out our Virtual Programs

Now Providing Virtual Interpreting Services (VRI)

Now offering Online ASL Classes!
Registration for ASL Classes 1 & 2 (in person)- POSTPONED, please
consider our virtual ASL classes

Family Services wants to send a big THANK YOU to all the interpreters in our CSD Department and all over Ohio for all the work you have done and continue to do during this Pandemic for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.



Sexual Assault Survivor Support Group- Now Being Offered Virtually!  
First and Third Tuesday at 6:30p of every month. 
Call Leah Stone at 937-234-7567 to join.  

CSD KODA VIRTUAL Camp (Kids of Deaf Adults)
June 14-19
KODA Camp Website
contact kodacamp@csddayton.org for more information

Updates/Current Happenings
Summer Series is Here!!
Although a little different from all the other years, Summer Series is BACK! We've gone virtual this year.

Cost is $35/training. Signing up for all six is a $35 savings.

Click on the flyer and/or this link for more information.

click on the registration tab near the top left

Deaf or Hard of Hearing???

Please consider taking this survey. All the CCDS across the State of Ohio are conducting a COVID-19 Communication survey for Deaf/HH Ohioans. The goal is to learn how we can better serve the community during this ever changing time with this Pandemic. This survey is kept confidential and will not be shared with anyone. We are asking for your honest answers/opinion about communication accessibility during this crucial time. We thank you for your participation.

Save the Date for October 7th!
46th Annual Womanline Dinner and Fashion Show Fundraiser
Fashion Show byMagnolias on Main

This event is a lot of fun and helps support the critical services that help 
domestic and sexual violence survivors, childhood trauma survivors, and 
persons suffering with an Eating Disorder begin to heal.  

Womanline has been providing these type of services in our community since 1971!  

We hope you will be able to ATTENDDONATE, and/or help SPONSOR this 
VERY enjoyable event!!!

**Check out our Winter Newsletter and Annual Appeal Request:

**Check out our current job openings under
"About Us" Tab. 
Please share with someone who may meet the qualifications.**