Franklin Area Community Services Inc.
To provide emergency assistance to residents of the Franklin, Springboro, and Carlisle areas. This service is intended to provide the time clients need to arrange long-term solutions through other agencies, friends, and family.
You are eligible for our services if you live in the area we serve and meet income guidelines.
We are supported by United Way of Warren County and donations from government agencies, organizations, and individuals.
Franklin Area Community Services’ 40th Anniversary 1979 - 2019. 40 years of serving our community!
What is FACS?
Franklin Area Community Services is a non-profit (501c3) organization serving Franklin, Springboro, and Carlisle, including Franklin and Clearcreek Townships. We're located at 345 South Main Street, Franklin. Operating funds come from United Way of Warren County and donations from government agencies, organizations, and individuals.
Terry Coyle, Executive Director.
345 South Main Street
Franklin, OH 45005
Food Assistance: Families may visit our food pantry once per month. We provide families with baskets containing 5 days of groceries.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Outreach: A representative from Shared Harvest will meet with individuals to determine if they are eligible to receive SNAP, assist with the application, and work to ensure that clients’ rights are maintained during the application process.
Financial Assistance: The agency provides limited, emergency financial aid to qualified clients as funds permit for the following categories: Duke Energy and Dayton Power and Light disconnection notices; water shutoff notices; and prescriptions.
Service Representative for Salvation Army and EFS—Emergency Food and Shelter.
Special Programs such as Thanksgiving Baskets and Christmas Gifts.
Commodity Supplemental Food Program: FACS is a distribution site for a supplemental food resource for income eligible Warren County seniors 60 and older. We have applications for CSFP and will be happy to assist interested seniors.
Homelessness Prevention Rapid Rehousing Program: The FACS Director may make referrals for qualified clients facing potential evictions and homelessness. Clients must have a sustainable income and be willing to attend budget counseling sessions to be considered for HPRP.
Information and Referral: The agency works to guide clients to appropriate agencies and resources that can provide long-term solutions to their challenges.