St. Vincent de Paul Dayton Transitional Housing

1133 S. Edwin C. Moses Blvd,.Suite 308
Dayton, OH - 45417
(937) 222-3661


St. Vincent de Paul Dayton Transitional Housing

St. Vincent de Paul operates two transitional housing programs one 26-unit program for single men and one 26-unit program for families. The Transitional Housing programs provide an integrated educational and residential support program for eligible homeless men, women and families with children who are drug and alcohol-free and committed to becoming self-sufficient and attaining permanent housing.

The Transitional Housing programs provide:

  • Safe and affordable transitional housing for up two years in single-family homes and apartments located throughout the community

  • Intensive and comprehensive case management services to assist participants in reaching their goals

  • Action plans which include personal finances, home management, education, employment, personal development, and permanent housing

  • Assistance in locating safe, affordable permanent housing

  • Referral to other appropriate support agencies

Clients are accepted only through a referral by one of Montgomery County's Gateway Shelters.


St. Vincent de Paul Transitional Housing for Families:

Phone: (937) 222-3661, ext. 512

Fax: (937) 222-0847

St. Vincent de Paul Transitional Housing for Single Men:

Phone: (937) 222-7349, ext. 101

Fax:(937) 222-7944

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