Together we can increase access to affordable health care in Southwestern Indiana.
According to the most recent Community Needs Assessment, the rising cost of healthcare is a primary concern for our community. The number of local working families and individuals who are unable to afford adequate insurance increases every year.
United Way is increasing access to affordable health care in Southwestern Indiana by:
- Increasing awareness and access to basic and mental health care programs.
- Reducing unnecessary ER visits by promoting preventative care.
- Increasing ability of elderly and disabled individuals to live independent lives.
- Partnering with Familywize to help with prescription costs. Click below to download your free savings card!.
United Way’s 2-1-1 Information & Referral Help Line connects people seeking health care with local resources. Our 2-1-1 specialists use a vast database of community programs to help individuals locate basic and mental health programs.
United Way Funded programs – Health
|American Red Cross of Southwestern Indiana||Biomedical Services Health and Safety Services|
|American Red Cross of Warrick County||Safety Education|
|ECHO Community Health Care||Prenatal and Pediatric Case Management: Elderly, Disabled and Vulnerable Populations|
|Evansville ARC||Personal, Social and Community Support|
|Lampion Center||Advocacy Counseling|
|Impact Christian Health Center||Dental Services Medical Services Prescription Dispensing|
|Mental Health America, Vanderburgh and Warrick Counties||Emergency Medication Support Groups|
|Easter Seals Rehabilitative Center||Rehabilitative Services|
|Spencer County Council on Aging||Homemaker Transportation Service|
|Spencer County Hospice||Hospice|
|Visiting Nurse Association||Home Health Care for the Indigent|
|VOICES||Nursing Home Ombudsman|
|Youth Service Bureau||Crisis Line|