Red Cross transitions housing help to Homefull, Inc.

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American Red Cross logo. (Photo/Dayton chapter of the American Red Cross)

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – The Dayton chapter of the American Red Cross is going to transition its Family Living Center to Homefull, Inc.

The Red Cross assists families with a variety of housing needs through the FLC on Gettysburg Avenue. It says Homefull offers similar services, so the transition will be seamless.

“We intend to provide the same high quality, COA (Council on Accreditation) accredited level of services to the Family Living Center that we currently provide throughout our entire organization,” stated Homefull CEO Tina Patterson.

The Red Cross says it remains strongly committed to serving the community and this transition allows the local chapter to increase its focus on their mission-driven programs of Emergency Disaster Relief, Preparedness Health and Safety Training and Service to Armed Forces.

Homefull will take over housing assistance August 1.

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