Break the cycle of generational poverty and achieve self-sufficiency through education, employment and economic development and advocacy.
The Omega CDC is a community-based, 501(c)(3), not-for-profit organization that focuses on three aspects of community development: youth development, family development, and economic development. Founded in 1997, it is the sister organization, social services and economic development arm of the Omega Baptist Church.
With a track record of success in dealing with community-wide issues, such as joblessness, gun violence, illiteracy, and education – Omega CDC is ready to use its reach, resources, and network of community partners to transform the face of poverty in northwest Dayton.
We seek to transform northwest Dayton into a community supportive of children and families.
Aims to equip individuals, families, and children with resources, tools and opportunities to break the cycle of generational poverty and achieve self-sufficiency through education, employment and economic development and advocacy.