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Emergency housing
In 2008, St. Mary purchased and renovated the Warfield Apartments to create the American Red Cross Family Living Center. The Dayton Chapter of the American Red Cross manages the day-to-day operations of the Center while St. Mary maintains the physical facility. This unique partnership created 37 apartment units that provide temporary emergency housing for more than 400 families each year and help those families successfully find permanent housing. 

Visit the 
Dayton Red Cross Family Living Center 
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Eligible families must be referred by 
St. Vincent Gateway Shelter located at 
120 West Apple Street in Dayton (937-461-7837).  
Families go to central intake to complete a Triage Assessment and Family Housing Opportunities Assessment that will match them up with the most appropriate shelter to meet the family’s needs. 
Robert L. Kelley, Jr.
Director, Emergency Housing Program
Dayton Area Chapter of the American Red Cross 
Apartments at the Red Cross Family Living Center
Red Cross Family Living Center
829 Gettyburg Avenue
Dayton, OH 45408
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We work toward the day when 
all residents of southwest Ohio -- especially the economically disadvantaged -- have a decent, affordable 
place to live and become part of a community.
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