Dayton nonprofits advance plans for $6.5M sober living homes, cottages for homeless

A transformative Dayton nonprofit is moving forward with plans to establish sober living houses in the city. The nonprofit is working in collaboration with at least two other nonprofits in the region to build sober living homes and cottages for those experiencing homelessness. The program would include wraparound services and employment assistance.

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