You don’t need to learn how to code to use a computer, but you do have to know the difference between an operating system, a program and a website. Our free classes can get you up to speed in no time.
The 16-week course, inspired by Phil DeVol’s book of the same name, gives participants the tools to overcome poverty by building their resources for a more prosperous life for themselves, their families, and their communities.
Having a suspended driver’s license or a criminal record can make it difficult to move forward with your life. Miami Valley Community Action Partnership’s Montgomery County Legal Clinic has been able to help many people put their past behind them and work towards a brighter future.
About Miami Valley CAP
Community Action Partnership of the Greater Dayton Area was established as a nonprofit corporation in December 1964, with the passage of the Economic Opportunity Act. The goal was “the elimination of the paradox of poverty in the land of plenty,” and created Community Action Agencies to focus all available local, state, private and federal resources on empowering low-income people to attain the skills, knowledge and opportunities required to lead more productive lives and become self-sufficient. Community Action Partnership has an operating budget of approximately $13 million, more than 100 employees and a 21-member Board of Trustees. We are affiliated with the National Community Action Partnership, that represents more than 1,000 Community Action Agencies across the United States who share our goals.
Office Locations by County
Community Action Partnership Montgomery County 719 S. Main Street Dayton, OH 45402 (937) 341-5000
Community Action Partnership Greene County 469 Dayton Avenue Xenia, OH 45385 (937)-376-7747
Community Action Partnership Darke County 1469 Sweitzer Street Greenville, OH 45331 (937) 548-8143
Community Action Partnership Preble County 308 Eaton-Lewisburg Rd. Eaton, OH 45320 (937) 456-2800