COVID-19 Assistance and Information
Updated July 7, 2020

We are currently accepting applications for the following programs:



– Rental/Late fee Assistance
– Eviction Prevention
– Water


– Gas
– Electric
– Bulk fuel

In-Person Appointments Will Not Be Available Until Further Notice.

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You should pay your rent if you can!

Do you need assistance paying rent?

If you are concerned about being evicted during this time, click here for available resources.


You should pay your mortgage if you can!

If you cannot pay your mortgage, call your mortgage servicer and let them know that your employment or income has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Most servicers are offering at least a six-month forbearance of mortgage payments, allowing a temporary suspension of payments until homeowners are able to return to work. Foreclosures have been suspended for at least 60 days for government insured mortgages.


Our priority is assisting customers who currently have any utilities disconnected (gas, electric, and/or water). We are still assisting customers who need to reverify their PIPP.

If your water was shut off in 2020:

  • Call your local water department to have your water reconnected.  Your water will not be automatically reconnected – you must call.
  • All reconnection fees will be waived.

If your water was shut off in 2019:

DP&L and Vectren will not disconnect services until further notice.

Click Here to see all of Governor DeWine’s Public Health Orders.


Customers may submit applications and required documents via drop box at the following Montgomery, Greene, Darke and Preble County Locations:

Dayton – 719 S. Main Street
Xenia – 469 Dayton Avenue
Greenville – 1230 Adrien Avenue
Eaton – 308 Eaton-Lewisburg Road

Drop Off Times: 

8am – 4:30pm, Monday – Friday

The drop boxes are safe and secure. They are located in the lobby at each location. Documents are retrieved each day.


Please call our Legal Clinic at 937-341-5000 Ext 904 if you are experiencing legal barriers to employment such as needing assistance with reinstating your driver’s license, sealing a criminal record or applying for a certificate of qualification for employment.


If your employment has been affected, visit
Unemployment.Ohio.Gov to apply for benefits.

Additional Information and Resources

If you have questions about how to protect yourself and prepare for COVID-19, the Ohio Department of Health can provide answers.

Visit their web site or 1-833-4-ASK-ODH. ODH staffers are available Monday –Sunday from 9am – 8pm.


While we continue to navigate the challenges of COVID-19, we remain committed to supporting our community by providing solutions to those who have been disproportionately impacted by the virus. The health and safety of our customers and staff remain our highest priority and we are carefully planning and implementing changes to deliver services and respond to the most critical needs of the Miami Valley.

At the same time, we again find ourselves with sorrowful and heavy hearts as the killing of George Floyd and many others has left us stunned and deeply saddened. The incident has ignited powerful feelings of pain and frustration for our agency and members of our community, especially people of color, who have long suffered from the impacts of systemic racism and oppression.

Through the last year, our resolve is being tested, but we remain resilient. And today, the work, the values, and the mission of Miami Valley Community Action Partnership are as vital as ever. We envision a more equitable country for all people and reaffirm our commitment to work with our partners across the region to eliminate the causes and conditions of poverty and make positive, lasting change wherever we can.

Lisa B. Stempler
President & CEO