Agape for Youth, Inc. Receives Community Partner Award from Montgomery County Department of Job and Family Services
For Immediate Release
DAYTON, OHIO– The Montgomery County Department of Job and Family Services (MCDJFS) presented Agape for Youth with its Community Partner Award at the Board of County Commissioners Meeting on Tuesday, July 1, 2014
Stephen Geib, Executive Director at Agape for Youth Inc., received the Community Partner Award on behalf of the organization. “It is an honor to receive this award from Job and Family Services and be able to work in collaboration with Montgomery County,” Geib said. “Agape’s staff is proud to play a part in serving the children and families in our community.”
On March 7, 2014, Agape for Youth, Inc. (Agape) celebrated 25 years of serving the families and children of Montgomery County. Agape strives to be a complement to the services provided by of the Children Services Division of MCDJFS. Agape provides foster care services, adoption through foster care, reunification services, as well as a variety of support services to the families and children being served.
Agape for Youth, Inc., 2010 Better Business Bureau Eclipse Integrity Award winner, provides foster care, adoption and reunification services in southwest Ohio.
Agape was founded in 1989 in order to place children into foster homes which could guide and support youth in becoming successful members of society. Over the years Agape expanded its services to include family foster care, adoption services and ongoing supportive services to adoptive families. In 2008, as the result of a contract with Job and Family Services, began offering reunification services; working with families whose children are making the transition from out of home care back to their biological family. The Agape offices are located at 2621 Dryden Road in Dayton, Ohio.
If you would like more information about Agape for Youth, Inc. call Sandra Geib at 937.439.4406 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.