Rent Assistance and Other Resources


Locally controlled private nonprofit organizations whose purpose is to reduce poverty and to help low-income people become self-sufficient:

Butler  (Social Care Network)

Franklin  (Social Care Network)

Greene  (Social Care Network)

Greene County Health Dept website and Facebook page.
360 Wilson Drive
Xenia, OH 45385
(937) 374-5600

2-1-1 or (937) 323-1400: number to call to talk to a trained professional who can connect people with essential community resources and services such as food pantries, hot meals, housing or rent assistance.

Emergency Services – Community Action Partnership Greene County
469 Dayton Avenue
Xenia, Ohio 45385
(937) 376-7747

The non-profit community action agency offers many services, including financial aid. There are funds for first paying a portion of months’ rent or a security deposit, water connection assistance, free work clothes, and more. Assistance from CAP can stop homelessness, foreclosures, and evictions, and the money for rent, utilities, or a mortgage can make this happen. ​ (mainly for low income households; however, available for emergency situations) ​

Greene County Department of job and Family Services 541
Ledbetter Road
Xenia, OH 45385-5334
(937) 562-6000

Only Greene County families with children can get financial help, including for rent, food, and more. The assistance will also cover single moms and dads if applicable. Government grants can help with rent for people leaving a shelter or overcrowded home.


Montgomery  (Social Care Network)