In January, 2018, the Life Enrichment Center launched the Recovery Café, which is committed to being a nurturing community of belonging for its members through intervention elements such as small groups offering peer-to-peer support, activities, classes, nutritious meal service, and access to needed resources. All members contribute to the running of the community and to nurturing the recovery of other members.
East Dayton Senior Collaborative
We provide seniors with activities and programs that helps to keep them healthy, improve their quality of life, keep them socially connected, and engaged in volunteerism in their community.
The East Dayton Senior Collaborative (EDSC) program invites seniors to a free lunch and educational program on Thursdays from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m..
Meetings alternate between the Life Enrichment Center (425 N Findlay St.), Community United Methodist Church in Riverside (339 Meyer Ave) and the Widow’s Home (50 S Findlay St)
Remember to register by noon on the Monday prior to the program to reserve your space. For more information, call Karen Jackson at 937-252-5700 x3227 or email@example.com
Our Fitness Center & Health Programs
Health and Fitness are a large part of our mission because chronic disease is a barrier not only to employment and productivity but they directly impact an individual’s quality of life. Lifestyle changes can have a positive impact on individual well being, both physically and emotionally. Change is difficult to make and the Life Enrichment Center offers a supportive and encouraging environment to make some of these changes in the context of relationships.
Hours: 10:00 – 11:45 a.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
This program supplies bikes for all of the cycling initiatives of the Life Enrichment center. The LEC welcomes donations of ANY bikes, parts and new helmets.