FUNDED PARTNERS

Our Partners in Impact

*Note: This page is under construction. The information currently listed is the program for which United Way provides funding and the Global Results Framework Outcome the program measures. Additional information will be added soon. To learn more about an agency or program, please visit their respective website.

Domestic Violence Shelter and Children’s Program: Individuals served who increase their wages

Primary Prevention Education: Individuals and families have access to healthcare and improve their health

Disaster Cycle Services: Vital resources for a vulnerable population

Services to Armed Forces: Vital resources for a vulnerable population

Crisis Care Program: Vital resources for a vulnerable population

Homeless Outreach Team: Individuals served who increase disposable income by accessing benefits or reducing costs

Re-Entry Program: Individuals served who increase their wages

One-to-One Youth Mentoring: Elementary/Middle/High School youth served who maintain satisfactory or improve school attendance

Venturing/Exploring: Middle School and High School youth develop soft-skills

Cub Scouts: Middle School and High School youth develop soft-skills

Outreach: Middle School and High School youth develop soft-skills

Healthy Habits: Middle and High School youth served who develop soft-skills

AARP Foundation Experience Corps: Children served reading at grade level (K-3)

Early Learning Center: Children served who achieve developmental milestones

Carver Youth Program: Youth served who graduate high school on time

 

4 Work: Individuals served who increase their wages

Emergency Financial Assistance: Individuals served who increase disposable income by accessing benefits or reducing costs

Family Case Managment: Individuals served who gain employment

Neighbor to Neighbor: Individuals served who increase disposable income by accessing benefits or reducing costs

Prevention Programs: Youth and adults served who avoid or reduce risk-taking behaviors

Victim Advocacy: Youth and adults served who avoid or reduce risk-taking behaviors

Medical Rehabilitation: Children and adults served who eat healthier, increase their physical activity, and/or move towards a healthy weight

Case Management Program: Youth and adults served who avoid or reduce risk-taking behaviors

Prenatal & Pediatric Program: Percent of babies served who experience healthy birth outcomes

Medical Services Program: Children and adults served who eat healthier, increase their physical activity, and/or move towards a healthy weight

Girl Scout Leadership Experience: Elementary/Middle/High School youth served who maintain satisfactory or improve school attendance

Community Service Program: Youth and adults who avoid or reduce risk-taking behaviors

Counseling Program: Youth and adults who avoid or reduce risk-taking behaviors

Legal Services: Individuals served who increase disposable income by accessing benefits or reducing costs

Supplemental Medication Assistance Program: Youth and adults served who avoid or reduce risk-taking behaviors

Support Groups & Community Education: Youth and adults served who avoid or reduce risk-taking behaviors

Comprehensive Emergency Assistance: Individuals served who increase disposable income by accessing benefits or reducing costs

Homemaker Program: Vital resources for a vulnerable population

Transportation Program: Youth and adults served who avoid or reduce risk-taking behaviors

Early Childhood Education: Children served who achieve developmental milestones

Connections for Life: Youth and adults served who avoid or reduce risk-taking behaviors

Day Services for Adults: Children and adults served who eat healthier, increase their physical activity, and/or move towards a healthy weight

Emergency Financial Assistance: Individuals served who increase disposable income by accessing benefits or reducing costs

Pathway of Hope: Individuals served who gain employment

 

Child Advocate Program: Vital resource to a vulnerable population

Long-Term Ombudsman Program: Vital resource to a vulnerable population

ASPIRE: Elementary/Middle/High School youth served who maintain satisfactory or improve school attendance

Caldwell Community Outreach: Middle and High School youth served who develop soft skills

Community Action Y-Cap Program: Middle and High School youth served who develop soft skills

Y-Read: Children served reading a grade level (K-3)

Domestic Violence and Emergency Shelter: Individuals served who increase disposable income by accessing benefits or reducing costs

Live Y’ers: Youth served who graduate high school on time

YES! Residential Recovery Program: Individuals served who gain employment

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