In the days immediately following the tornadoes and severe weather that devastated parts of our community, Jewish Family Services has been checking on its clients – either by phone or in person when no one answered calls, from the most isolated to those who are the least isolated (e.g., have transportation and/or family locally), to assess their needs and either meet those needs or connect them to the proper community resources. Needs assessed included access to water, non-perishable food, refrigeration for medication (if necessary), batteries for radios and/or flashlights and communication.
Many have asked us, “What can we do to help?” What we need right now is for our community to continue to show the care and compassion it always has. Please call those you know who live in the impacted areas, particularly seniors and those who may not have family nearby, and check on them. If you or others come across those who need assistance, please contact Jewish Family Services at 937-610-1555 and we will provide assistance navigating resources.
Jewish Family Services wants to make sure that everyone has access to the most comprehensive list of where to find help. The best source for this information, and the source of the information below, is found at the Dayton City Manager’s Office’s webpage found here. There you will find information about water and ice distribution sites, shelters, showers, and more.
Jewish Family Services of Greater Dayton
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WHERE TO FIND HELP (Source: Dayton’s City Manager’s Office)
***Transportation to Water Distribution Sites: Lyft is providing free rides to these locations with the code DAYTORELIEF19
If you feel that you or your loved ones are in immediate danger, do not hesitate to call 911. If you need to confirm the status of a loved one, please call the Red Cross Safe and Well Hotline at (937) 222-6711.
Water Distribution Sites
Bottled water is available on Wednesday, May 29, at these locations:
- Greater Dayton Rec. Ctr., 2021 W. Third, until 9 p.m.
- Northwest Recreation Ctr., 1600 Princeton Dr., until 9 p.m.
- KROC Center, 1000 N. Keowee, until 9 p.m.
- Dayton Fire Station 8, 2636 Stanley Ave., until 8 p.m.
- Dayton Fire Station 15, 2801 Wayne Ave., until 8 p.m.
- Aullwood Farm, 9101 Frederick Pike, until 5 p.m. Each household may fill up to five gallons of water; please bring your own containers to fill.
Additional water distribution locations, until further notice:
- Osman Gazi Mosque: 1508 Valley St, Dayton 45404
- Corinthian Church: 700 S James H McGee Blvd, Dayton 45402
- Montgomery County Environmental Services: 1850 Spaulding Rd, Dayton 45432
- Montgomery County Fairgrounds: 645 Infirmary Road, Dayton 45417
Transportation to Water Distribution Sites: Lyft is providing free rides to these locations with the code DAYTORELIEF19
Ice Distribution Sites
The following locations (organized by DP&L) will be open from 9 a.m. – 8 p.m. on May 29th:
- Beavercreek Senior Center, 3868 Dayton Xenia Rd, Beavercreek 45432
- Dayton Art Institute, 456 Belmonte Park N, Dayton 45405
- Trotwood Fire Station #72, 5469 Little Richmond Road, Trotwood 45426
- Ginghamsburg Church Fort McKinley Campus: 3721 W Siebenthaler Ave Dayton 45406
- Osman Gazi Mosque: 1508 Valley St, Dayton 45404
- Ridge Church: 7555 Brookville-Phillipsburg Road, Brookville 45309
- Morton Middle School: 8555 Peters Pike, Vandalia 45377
- First Baptist Church of Kettering: 3939 Swigart Road, Beavercreek 45440
- Corinthian Baptist Church: 700 S. James H McGee Blvd, Dayton 45402 (reported to be at capacity)
- Hoffman Methodist: 201 S. Main Street, West Milton 45383
YMCA of Greater Dayton – Bring photo ID, available until closing on Friday, May 31, 10 pm (Trotwood location closes at 9 pm.):
- Coffman YMCA: 88 Remick Blvd Springboro 45066
- Downtown YMCA: 316 N. Wilkinson St., Dayton 45402
- Fairborn YMCA: 300 S. Central Ave, Fairborn 45324
- Kleptz YMCA: 1200 W. National Rd., Englewood 45315
- Preble County YMCA: 450 Washington-Jackson Rd., Eaton 45320
- South YMCA: 4545 Marshall Rd., Kettering 45429
- West Carrollton YMCA: 900 S. Alex Rd., West Carrollton 45499
- Xenia YMCA: 336 Progress Dr., Xenia 45385
- Y-NDC Trotwood YMCA: 506 E. Main St., Trotwood 45426
- YMCA at the Heights: 7251 Shull Rd. Huber Heights 45424
Restrooms and Chargers
Salvation Army Kroc Center (1000 N Keowee St., Dayton 45404)
Lost and Found Pets
SICSA Pet Adoption Center: email HelpCenter@SICSA.org or call 937-294-6505, ext. 23
Boil Advisory and Power Outages
Check to see if your address is under a boil advisory http://www.daytonohio.gov/boiladvisory.
Check to see if you are affected by a power outage: https://www.dpandl.com/landing/outage. If you see downed power lines, assume that they are live and dangerous. Do not touch under any circumstances. Call DP&L 877-468-8243.
Shelters in Other Counties
- Beavercreek Christian Church: 3009 Shakertown Rd, Beavercreek 45434 (Organized by City of Beavercreek)
- King’s Table Bar: 2348 Grange Hall Rd, Beavercreek 45431 (Organized by City of Beavercreek)
- Coldwater Eagles Lodge: 101 W Walnut St, Coldwater 45828
- Laura Fire Station: 10 North Main Street Laura 45337
- Hoffman United Methodist Church: 201 S Main St, West Milton 45383
Our Solid Waste District is also accepting yard waste debris FREE of charge for County residents. Contractors hauling yard waste may drop off debris for $36/ton. Please make sure that all yard waste is free of other trash and debris.
If you have general questions about the disaster response, our Information Hotline will reopen at 9 AM at (937) 225-6217. Please note that we are unable to confirm the status of loved ones at this number.