Meet Our Partners
The vision of the Preble County Board of DD is to provide the best possible opportunity for individuals with developmental disabilities to have the kind and quality of life he or she chooses. Our mission is to support individuals with developmental disabilities to live, learn, work, and socialize as they choose.
United Way of the Greater Dayton Area fights for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in our community. United Way Greater Dayton links donors and volunteers to the issues they care about, and forms strategic partnerships to achieve community impact. Working with partners in the community, United Way helps children and youth succeed, supports the elderly and people with special needs, promotes wellness and self-sufficiency, and meets the basic needs of people in crisis.
The goal of Preble Job & Family Services is to assist individuals in attaining self-sufficiency and personal responsibility. Numerous programs/services are available to engage individuals in meeting this goal. Anyone has the right to apply for our services. Our agency determines eligibility based on federal and state laws. To qualify for any program, there is an application process to complete. Most applications require a scheduled face-to-face interview
Persons age 60 or older, living in Preble County, may take advantage of the in-home and community based services offered through the Preble County Council on Aging. We will try to answer your questions, or get you the help you need. Preble County Senior Center activities and events are planned for persons age 50 and older.