Partner Agency Programs

Partner Agency Programs

United Way Community Partner Agencies receive funding from the Community Impact Fund to deliver programs that create an impact in the Harrisonburg Rockingham County community in the areas of HEALTH, EDUCATION AND INCOME.  UWHR currently partners with 34 local non-profit organizations to deliver services that create opportunities and advance the common good.

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American Red Cross: Disaster Services - Providing emergency services to victims of local disasters, especially those displaced by a house fire. 540.886.9151

Autumn Valley Guardianship - Providing guardianship services to legally incapacitated and indigent adults when no other option exists for the individual. 540.443.6569

Big Brothers Big Sisters: Community-Based Program - Providing activities and positive relationships by pairing at-risk youth in a one-to-one relationship with a screened and trained, caring adult mentor. 540.434.8886

Blue Ridge Legal Services: Legal Assistance to Low-Income Families - Providing funding to help make legal assistance available in civil matters of critical importance. 540.433.1830

Blue Ridge Legal Services: Legal Assistance to Low Income Older Adults - Funding a half-time elderly service attorney to make legal assistance more accessible to low-income older adults. 540.433.1830

Bridge of HopeRental Assistance Project - Assisting homeless, single mothers to provide safe housing and promote self-sufficiency.  540.478.2356

Caregivers Community Network: Respite Program - Enabling low-income caregivers of frail, elderly or disabled adults to have times of respite. 540.568.6682

Center for Marriage & Family Counseling: Counseling the Under/Noninsured Population - Providing affordable, professional mental health services including individual, group, and family counseling for the low-income population. 540.433.1546

Collins Center: Child Victims of Sexual Assault Therapy - Providing scholarships for mental health treatment by licensed counselors to victims of sexual assault and their families. 540.432.6430

Collins Center: 24-Hour Crisis Services- Providing resources to victims of sexual assault to help them manage at the time of crisis. 540.432.6430

Crossroads to Brain Injury Recovery:  Case Management - Increasing independence for survivors of brain injury.

Elkton Area United Services: Emergency Assistance - Aiding families and individuals who are in immediate need of food, shelter, clothing, and utilities.

Fairfield Center: Community Mediation for Families - Empowering parents in crisis to listen, talk, and make plans cooperatively in the best interest of their children and families. 540.434.0059

First Step: Emergency Shelter for Survivors of Domestic Violence - Providing a safe environment for those facing hardship as a result of domestic violence. 540.434.0295

First Tee Foundation:  Providing educational programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values and promote healthy choices through the game of golf.  540.437.4239

Friendship Industries: Transportation Services- Providing transportation of persons with disabilities to and from training and employment. 540.434.9586

Generations Grossing: Adult Day Care Scholarships - Giving frail, elderly, and disabled adults a safe, supervised and stimulating environment while their caregivers can continue their employment. 540.434.4901

Generations Crossing:  Child Day Care Scholarships - Enabling children from infancy through age twelve in lower income working families to benefit from our intergenerational environment. 540.434.4901

Hand-in-Hand Resource Mothers ProgramHand-in-Hand Resource Mothers Program - Reaching pregnant and parenting teens in our community and connecting them with resources that will ensure a healthy pregnancy and child. 540.433.4340

Harrisonburg Educational Foundation:  Project 4T - Overcoming the educational barriers of teen parents and their preschool children to enable the parents to complete school. 540.433.2651

Harrisonburg-Rockingham Child Day Care Center:  Sliding Fee Scale - Providing affordable day care for children in a safe and nurturing environment no matter the family income. 540.434.5268

Harrisonburg - Rockingham Free Clinic:  Chronic Care Clinic - Providing comprehensive health care to uninsured, low-income adults with multiple chronic diseases. 540.433.5431

HARTS: Thermal Shelter - Providing safe, temporary emergency shelter to the homeless population during extreme weather conditions. 540.578.3868

Mercy House: Safe at Home - Helping families gain skills and knowledge that will assist them in their process toward self-sufficiency. 540.432.1812

New Bridges Immigrant Resource Center: Empowerment Service - Empowering immigrant families with resources and assistance for self-sufficiency. 540.438.8295

Office on Children and Youth:  Gus Bus Early Literacy Program - Providing a free book bag exchange program to children entering school and early literacy opportunities targeting the most at-risk children and families. 540.568.5814

Office on Children & Youth: Youth Data Survey - Compiling current data on high risk behaviors of local youth to determine trends and set priorities for funding and programs. 540.568.7083

Our Community Place:  EATS Program - Providing hot meals in a welcoming, supportive community setting.  540.441.7727

Our Community Place: Programs - Providing personal growth to empower individuals toward self-sufficiency.  540.441.7727

Plains Area Daycare Center: Daycare Scholarships - Providing low income working parents with affordable quality childcare. 540.896.4622

Rebuilding Together: Community Matching Grants - Assisting low income elderly and disabled with home repairs in an effort to help them stay in their homes. 540.830.7759

RMH Family Connection:  Healthy Families of the Blue Ridge - Providing high-risk, first-time parents with parenting education, support, and referrals in order to give their children the best start in life. 540.564.5982

RMH Family Connection:  Parent Education and Support - Improving parenting skills and strengthening families through a parent training program focused on positive and nurturing behaviors.  540.433.4531

Roberta Webb Child Care Center:  Bridging the Gap - Enabling parents to be employed and productive with the knowledge that their child is in a safe, stimulating environment. 540.434.8699

Second Home: Before & After School Care - Providing a safe, affordable place where academic enrichment, character building and recreational activities are offered to at risk children so that they will not be home alone before and after school. 540.432.6430

Skyline Literacy: ESL for Parents and Employees - Providing small group instruction in English for foreign-born adults who cannot easily attend ESL classes. 540.433.0505

Smart Beginnings of the Shenandoah Valley: Quality Rating and Improvement System - Improving the quality of care at local child care centers through mentoring and educating professional providers. 540.568.8968

The Arc: The Op Shop - Providing educational, cultural and social activities for adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities. 540.437.9214

Valley Program for Aging Services: Meals on Wheels - Providing hot meals to the homebound elderly who are unable to secure adequate nutrition. 540.568.5687

Way to Go: Mobility: The Key to Self Sufficiency - Assuring that low-income working families have safe, affordable, and legal transportation to work and other essential destinations. 540.289.7171

Way to Go: A Way to Work - Providing down-payments on affordable vehicles for low-income working families. 540.289.7171