FUNDED PARTNERS

Our Partners in Impact

Domestic Violence Shelter and Children’s Program: Individuals served who increas 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