Urban Minority Alcoholism and Drug Outreach Program of Dayton

Dayton, OH

Mission

DRUG AND ALCOHOL PREVENTION SERVICES FOR URBAN MINORITIES IN THE DAYTON, OHIO AREA.

Ruling year info

1989

Main address

1 Elizabeth Pl Ste Rt-1

Dayton, OH 45417 United States

EIN

31-1254021

NTEE code info

Alcohol, Drug Abuse (Prevention Only) (F21)

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This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

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SOURCE: IRS Form 990

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Program 1

Social Services - SOR UMADAOP is designed to increase access to, and provisions of culturally appropriate evidence-based treatment, prevention, re-entry, recovery and educational services to individuals and families who have a primary/secondary Opioid diagnosis or a history of overdose. Our primary focus population is the African American and Hispanic/Latino populations. These populations share deep experiences of inequality in the level of accessible services and resources, and increased levels of poverty. SOR 2.0 primary goal is to improve access to treatment and create additional support to African American and Latino American communities within the Dayton area. This will be conducted through a variety of services developed to best meet the needs of the target populations that includes direct service as well as training and education to staff, providers and the community throughout the programs current catchment area.

Expenses
$415,112
Revenue
$0

Minority Outreach includes the African American Families Project and Youth Leadership Program. The African American Families Project is designed to provide a comprehensive approach to meet the needs of youth and their families. The youth component consists ofreinforcing resistance skills, Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs (ATOD) prevention programming, field trips, tutoring, support groups and other activities that promote positive self-esteem and the development of healthy lifestyles and encourages positive African American cultural and social values, appropriate communication skills and activities that foster solid decision-making skills in the areas of teen sexuality, violence and ATOD use.

Expenses
$252,214
Revenue
$0

The Elder Care Program is designed to reduce the incidence, prevalence, and negative consequences of substance abuse and improve quality of life for citizens aged 55 and older at senior subsidized housing, senior day centers and local churches in Dayton, OH. The Wise curriculum will be used to improve quality of life by increasing knowledge and awareness of ATOD, stress management and strategies for healthy living as well as, increasing participation in social activities and provide evidence-based strategies to educate participants on proper management, storage and disposal of prescribed and non-prescribed medication.

Expenses
$196,345
Revenue
$0

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