The Hope Center for Families is now open!


The Hope Center for Families is an initiative of the Omega Community Development Corporation (CDC) to empower low-income individuals and families of greater Dayton to achieve and sustain self-sufficiency with the life skills, work skills, and character to succeed through a two generational poverty reduction model. The Hope Center brings together services from Dayton Children’s Hospital, Mini University, Sinclair Community College, and Omega CDC, to serve the unique needs of our community right here in Northwest Dayton. With passion, persistence, partnership, and planning, we’re making progress possible for people across our community.

The strength of each pillar is girded in the foundation of compassion, advocacy and opportunity.

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Child Health Services

The Hope Center for Families has a pediatric clinic on site so that you don’t need to travel all the way across town to care for your children. Health is an essential part of community growth and this state-of-the-art facility brings the best in pediatric medicine to our own backyard.

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Early Childhood Education

The Hope Center for Children offers early childhood education and pre-school services, so that it’s easy to ensure that your children are learning from an early age. For those adults enrolled in classes, this single site solution to child care removes barriers that previously stood in the way of children and parents getting ahead.

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Career Training

The Hope Center for Families offers career programs that can lead to immediate employment and future growth in fast growing, well paying fields like health care. In just weeks you can earn a professional certification and secure full-time employment with the opportunity to continue to grow.


Coming Together in Service of the Northwest Dayton Community

Your Guide On The Path To Hope

Life can feel overwhelming, especially when you’re trying to make positive changes. It helps to have a guide who can show you the way to a more hopeful future. That’s where Omega CDC comes in as the unifying element within The Hope Center for Families. With a track record of success in dealing with community-wide issues, such as joblessness, gun violence, illiteracy, and education – Omega CDC is ready to use its reach, resources, and network of community partners to transform the face of poverty in Northwest Dayton and to help you achieve success.

Frequently Asked Questions


What is the Hope Center for Families?

The Hope Center for Families is a multi-generational northwest Dayton facility with Mini University, Sinclair College, Omega CDC and Dayton Children’s all located under one roof.


What is Mini University?

Mini University, Inc brings a high-quality early learning program for infants, 6weeks to 5 years of age.


What will Sinclair College offer?

Sinclair College offers classes in allied health fields.  Study to earn a certificate and begin a career in nursing, STNA, Nursing Assistant, etc.


What will be the hours of the Hope Center for Families?

The Hope Center for Families will be open from 7:30am – 5:00pm, Monday through Friday.


Will Dayton Children's offer walk-in services?

Dayton Children’s will operate a full-service pediatric clinic for children, providing wellness checks, vaccinations, and pediatric services, initially by appointment.

What services and programs does Omega CDC provide?

Omega CDC advocates for families, assisting with finding employment and services to sustain the lives of children and families.


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