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ABOUT FAMILY SERVICES
Family Services has served well over one million people in its 120 years, including thousands of primary and secondary crime victims. Family Services has continuously evolved to meet the needs of the community; serving as the first social welfare organization, the first child welfare agency, and the first job-training provider in the region.
The Agency is certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services, and accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA) which assures funders and the community that Family Services subscribes to the highest possible professional standards of integrity and practice. Crime victims, the mentally ill, Deaf, disabled, underserved, poor, homeless and working poor are the primary clients served by Family Services.
Our highly trained and qualified staff provides a broad range of agency, community and home-based programs designed to support the health and human service needs of individuals, families and communities, including crime victims and their families. Family Services has no constituency limitations, and provides services to any victims, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, age, religion, disability or other unique identifier. Staff has experience providing counseling, case management, advocacy and support services for victims of domestic violence, rape, child abuse, sexual violence, DUI, assault and other crimes, and also serves ex-offenders and other victims often turned away by traditional victim service agencies.
The University of Dayton Research Institute (UDRI) Software Systems Group (SSG) creates total solutions including hardware, software, and algorithms. As an experienced systems integrator, we support or lead all phases of technology development efforts from requirements definition to preliminary and detailed design, analysis, prototyping, testing, transition, and training. We have strong software development experience in multiple areas, including interoperability, situational awareness, next generation manufacturing, high performance computing, sensor systems, and cyber security.