Student Services



The district offers a variety of services to students, including healthcare, counseling, behavioral health, and family resource coordinators. Please review a complete list of services here.

Behavioral Health


Family Resource Coordinators

Communities In Schools and City Connects

Two-Generation Services
Funded by Blue Meridian Partners

21st Century—ODE grant and pilot with The Dayton Foundation funding

Student Resiliency Coordinators in Every School, Student Behavioral Therapists (one per two schools in district). Clinic is at Roosevelt Elementary School, but it is open to students across the district. Omega CDC offers Dayton Children’s Clinic at 1860 Harvard Blvd. Elementary Schools: Kiser, Ruskin, Fairview, Cleveland, Roosevelt, Louise Troy, and Edison. Meadowdale High School, Westwood Elementary, and Belle Haven Elementary. Located at Omega CDC—serves families in the area surrounding E. J. Brown and Fairview, as well as other Northwest Dayton families. Elementary Schools: Kiser, Fairview, Ruskin, Cleveland, Westwood. Middle Schools: Wright Brothers and Edwin Joel Brown. High School: Thurgood Marshall.
Student Resiliency Coordinators (SRC) are available in each Dayton Public School building and manage long-term counseling needs for students. Student Behavioral Therapists manage short-term counseling needs. Both SRCs and Student Behavioral Therapists provide counseling services through a contract with Dayton Children’s Hospital. There is one Student Behavioral Therapist for every two schools in the district. School-based health center—existing model is Five Rivers Health Center at Roosevelt. Health services offered by Five Rivers includes physical, behavioral health, dental & vision. The model provided via the Omega CDC’s Hope Center for Families is pediatric health services at a location near to the school, and includes physical and behavioral health services.

*The Mobile Health Care Unit visits schools district-wide, and specializes in caring for students with asthma.
Family Resource Coordinators
are focused on working with families to access resources and provide supports. Providers include East End Community Services, Omega CDC, Dayton Children’s Hospital, McKinley United Methodist, Grace United Methodist, and the YMCA of Greater Dayton.
Using national models, City Connects and Communities in Schools staff provide a variety of supports to families and students to support learning goals. Two Generation services are focused on evidence-based services to children and families. There are Individual Service Plans for children and adults, using the Family Resource center model and EMPath—two national models. Interventions focused on family life domains: income, employment, education, housing, healthcare access, mental health, substance abuse, child
education, debt management, and cash savings.
Provides evidence-based math and reading instruction for 4 hours per week per subject. Summer services are provided by organizations. Providers include Omega CDC, East End Community Services, YMCA of Greater Dayton, Dayton Children’s Hospital, and Revival Center Ministries. The organizations also offer family engagement activities and workshops. Staff include certified teachers and other assistant teachers. Partners provide other supports, e.g., visual and performing arts, sports, fitness, and youth development.