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Good Neighbor House was founded out of a collaboration of eight Dayton area Seventh-Day Adventist churches who desired to make a difference by helping to meet the needs of the under-served in the Dayton Community. So in 1994, the congregations came together to form the Good Neighbor House, a non profit organization that provides food pantry services, clothing, and household items to under-served individuals and families in the Miami Valley. As the need for affordable health care increased within Dayton's working uninsured community, so did Good Neighbor House's vision.

In 1996, through partnerships and collaborations with various community organizations, GNH established a clinic dedicated to providing medical, dental, and vision services to the working uninsured community. In addition, the clinic offers health education and screenings to under-served families.

​Today, Good Neighbor House offers a full range of Human and Health Services to the community as we collaborate with many local agencies to assist clients. Through the contributions of dedicated donors and volunteers, the agency is funded and supported by monetary and in kind donations that help to make a tremendous difference in the lives of many throughout the Miami Valley.
 

Mission, Vision & Values

Mission:

Good Neighbor House is a nonprofit, faith-based, human development organization that provides health, nutrition, and education services to the under-served through relationships with relevant collaborative service partners.

Vision:
To provide dental, medical, nutrition, and related educational services to improve the quality of life of the under-served in our community.

Values:
  • Guidance – We provide our clients with caring guidance and good information to help them make the best decisions for themselves and their family.
  • Nurture – We empower our clients to move towards independence while actively providing a strong support system for their immediate needs.
  • Humility – We serve our clients with humility and honor as we would hope to be served.
  • Innovation – We actively seek innovative approaches in meeting the challenges we face.
  • Trust – We want our clients to trust in our ability and determination to be good neighbors.
  • Faith-based – As Christians, we offer assistance to those of any religious preference.

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