Program Partners

These United Way Program Partners provide high-quality services to the people of Dunn County.

Arc of Dunn County


Develops and operates caring, high-quality programs to maximize the independence and fulfillment of individuals with cognitive disabilities and those who care for them.



Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwestern Wisconsin


Provides programs that foster one-to-one relationships between adults and children ages 5-17 that will have a positive impact on the child.



Boyceville Community School District


The Boyceville Community School District provides comprehensive education to students including programming about mental health awareness and suicide prevention. 


Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Chippewa Valley - Menomonie Center


The Boys & Girls Club in Menomonie gives youth a safe, positive place to build their character, enrich their education and build great futures.  


Center for Independent Living for Western Wisconsin


The Center for Independent Living for Western Wisconsin (CILWW) advocates for the full participation in society of all persons with disabilities.  By providing outreach to rural communities in Dunn County, they are reaching those who need them most.  



Provides credit and budget counseling, debt repayment and money management.


Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes Council


Builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.


Menomonie Area Free Clinic


The Free Clinic of the Greater Menomonie Area provides access to primary health care and preventive health education for the people of Western Wisconsin who have no health care alternative or are under-insured.


Menomonie Area Senior Center


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.


Positive Alternatives


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)

Reach Out and Read


Provides age-appropriate books to each child during their well child visits at the Red Cedar Clinic.


Stepping Stones of Dunn County


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.


The Bridge to Hope


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)