These United Way Program Partners provide high-quality services to the people of Dunn County.
Provides aggressive HIV prevention programs; comprehensive health and social services for people affected by HIV disease; clinical research and advocacy on HIV.
The Alzheimer’s Association works on a global, national and local level to enhance care and support for all those affected by Alzheimer’s and related dementias. We are here to help.
Provides 24-hour emergency services, local disaster education and relief, communications/assistance for military families, First Aid/CPR, water safety, lifeguarding, babysitting and workplace safety training.
Provides quality alcohol and drug abuse treatment, education, intervention and prevention programming to promote healthy lifestyles for individuals, families and communities.
Develops and operates caring, high-quality programs to maximize the independence and fulfillment of individuals with cognitive disabilities and those who care for them.
Offers year-round art instruction to anyone at any ability level, and a quality gallery space for display of students' and local artists' work.
Provides programs that foster one-to-one relationships between adults and children ages 5-17 that will have a positive impact on the child.
Advocates for the full participation in society of all persons with disabilities; provides consumer-driven services at no cost to persons with disabilities. Provides ADA implementation assistance. (Toll-Free: 800-228-3287)
Responds to medical emergencies and accidents in rural Dunn County, providing initial medical intervention until ambulance, law enforcement or fire fighters arrive.
Provides education programs, information and referral, advocacy and services to people with epilepsy and their families.
Provide programs and services that build on family strengths through prevention, education, support and networking in collaboration with other resources in the community.
Provides credit and budget counseling, debt repayment and money management.
Builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.
Uses trained and supported volunteers to help adults and their families acquire the skills necessary to achieve economic and social self-sufficiency.
Provides professional home health care and hospice services to people of all ages in the place they call home.
Provides adolescent residential programs for teens in need of protective services or who are termed delinquent; and Teen Care Runaway Program that provides 24-hour temporary shelter, youth and family counseling, and the area Safe Place.(24-Hour Teen crisis line: 800-491-8336)
Provides age-appropriate books to each child during their well child visits at the Red Cedar Clinic.
Provides high-quality recreational, social and supportive services to mature adults in a warm environment designed to meet the needs of our diverse older population.
Provide safe, sober, short-term housing with individual recovery plans and immediate referral for mental health counseling. We provide in-house management, daily sober coaching and employment support. We have 4 Incubators to offer temporary employment to any individual looking for immediate work, regardless of background.
Works to meet needs for food, shelter and support as well as provide avenues to self-sufficiency for residents of Dunn County through Stepping Stones Food Pantry, Stepping Stones Shelter, and Stepping Stones Community Connections programs.
Offers crisis intervention, emergency shelter and on-going counseling for victims of domestic abuse and sexual assault.(Toll-Free: 800-924-9918)
Provides rent and utility assistance. (Initial Intake: 800-606-9227)