Precious Life Center, Ohio
Precious Life Center, Ohio

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Please call us at:

 (513)563-SAVE or fill out our contact form.

 

Precious Life Center

11406 Reading Rd

Sharonville, OH 45241

 

Precious Life Home

211 Fountain Ave

Dayton, Ohio, 45406

Phone :(937)626-6668

 

PLC Adult Day Program

2166N Gettysburg Ave

Dayton, OH 45406

Phone:(937)281-0154

 

precious Life Services

6100 Oak Tree Blvd

suite 200

Cleveland, OH 44131

(216)328-2120

 

Ghana:

682 Anokye Rd

Bantama, Kumasi

Ghana, West Africa

P.O Box ks11492

 

Phone: 011233277889993

 

The Next Campaign to End Hunger! For information on how to participate, please contact us.

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Day program Activities

PLC Thrift Store! Free store for individuals with DD, Single mothers and Adult 60 ans up
PLC Car connection Program
Game Room
computer Room

Present career tracks include:

  • Electronics recycling
  • Assembly and Production Processes
  • Office and Clerical Support
  • Retail and Customer Service
  • Hospitality and Housekeeping
  • Auto Mechanic services

Job opportunity!!!

Our Auto program workshop will train and hire individuals with dissabilities!

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  Help us by donating

  

- Wheel Chairs       - Non-Perishable food   - First Aid items

  

- Crutches               - Cleaning Supplies         -Hygiene Products

  

- Baby Supplies     - Car Donation. (Free pick up)

  

Drop off your donations at on of these three PLC locations:

  

11406 Reading Rd Sharonville, OH 45241

  

  

  

Nurses and Doctors needed for our medical mission trip. Call or email for more information

    

(513)563-SAVE

  

Lifegh@yahoo.com

  

Preciouslicenter.org

 

 

Adaptive Skills After School Program

Young adults with disabilities ages 12 to 22 with the goal of providing a safe, healthy, structured,

and fun place to be with their peers during the after school hours when

parents are working.

The current program focuses on the following areas: personal safety

and self-advocacy, fitness and nutrition, social skills, leisure and

recreational activities.

The personal safety component includes a personal safety and self defense

program which empowers people of all ages, ability levels,

and walks of life by helping them learn how to stay safe, act wisely,

and believe in themselves. The personal safety and self-advocacy

program also teaches students how to protect themselves from bullying,

harassment, molestation, assault and abduction. Teens attending

the program also enjoy a number of activities like: outdoor sports, art

projects, performing arts, nutrition,and special activities and guests.

High school volunteers are also an important part of the After

School Program. They come in and support the program through peer-to-

peer mentoring. As volunteers, the students help to foster lasting

friendships and teach real-world social skills that strive to demonstrate

the reciprocal nature needed for true friendships.

  

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