Toledo, OH - 43560

The Aurora Project

Aurora Project, Inc. is a comprehensive housing and life skills program that empowers homeless women and their children to achieve self sufficiency and independence by providing resources and learning opportunities in a supportive and safe environment.


  • Intensive Case Management

  • Life Skills

  • Financial Management

  • Parent Education

  • Relapse Prevention

  • Computer Lab

  • Employment / Job Skills Training

  • Linkage to Community Resources

  • Story Time – reading strategies, language development strategies, etc.

For inquiries related to housing through Aurora Project, call 419-244-3200 ext. 105 to request intake information.
If a caller is seeking transitional housing, a phone triage assessment will be completed.
This conversation identifies the caller’s current situation and needs.
During this inquiry, their program is explained in detail including time commitment and a description of their services.
If found to be mutually appropriate during this question and answer conversation, a face to face meeting will be arranged.
Potential residents must be drug free a minimum of 30 days.
During the intake appointment, details of the potential resident’s situation will be discussed.
They are given a list of documents required for admission and provided a time frame in which to obtain the appropriate paperwork.
Once this information is received, a final determination is made and an admission date is set.
The admission process to the Aurora Project Inc. takes approximately 2 weeks.
Throughout this process, continued contact is maintained with the applicant.

Who They Serve:

Conditions and Behaviors: Women

  • Homeless with little or no income

  • Chronic alcohol and drug abuse history

  • Survivor of Domestic Violence

  • Mental health issues

  • Lack of education

  • Low self-esteem

Conditions and Behaviors: Children

  • Significant developmental delays

  • Lack of socialization skills

  • Over 50% diagnosed with AD/HD

  • History of health problems

  • History of school-related problems

  • Mental health issues

  • Lack of education

  • Low self-esteem

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  • Reply User   2019-08-25 10:50:18

    I’m a single mother of three boys I have been trying for a year now to get my life together and get my kids back but having no support and help to get on my feet I’m struggling and I have two jobs out here in Middletown Ohio but my children are in Sylvania Ohio with my mother and I have asked her and begged her to live with her and she said I could if I signed my kids over to her but as soon as I did sign them over now she won’t let me and I’m tired of being homeless and 3 hours away from them I finish parenting classes and I go to group at access for therapy here in Middletown and I will find resources out there and keep up with therapy for once I just need some help so I’m not sleeping in my car any longer.

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