PowerNet of Dayton

Founded in 2002, PowerNet of Dayton aims to improve Dayton neighborhoods by facilitating the social, economic, and political re-integration of formerly incarcerated members of the community and other citizens with felony records.  Key components of PowerNet’s program are social enterprises, which provide program participants with training and paid employment in repair and maintenance, grounds keeping, and janitorial industries.  Since 2009, PowerNet is credited with providing services to over 1,000 people.

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