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United Way of Greater Plymouth County's Partner Agencies/Funded Initiatives

 
United Way of Greater Plymouth County focuses on the vital and interconnected needs of:
 
Education – Helping our children through early learning opportunities to be ready for school, helping our youth to be successful in school and safe through after school initiatives and mentoring in order to ensure their graduation from high school and success in higher education and gainful employment.
 
Health – Promoting the physical health and healthy living of our neighbors through access to health care services and preventative health education as well as treatment interventions to reduce child abuse, mental illness, substance addictions and domestic violence.
 
Financial Stability - Providing for the basic needs of food, shelter and clothing for our families and our most vulnerable neighbors as well as affording pathways for them to sustainable employment and decent, affordable housing.
 

United Way Funded Initiatives
2018 - 2019

59 funded initiatives at 32 agencies
 

American Credit Counseling Service, Inc.
• Free One on One Counseling
• Free Educational Workshops

 
• Medical Education - Nurse Assistant Training
• Disaster Cycle Services- Prepare, Respond & Recover
 
• Arc/Algonquin Heights Food Pantry
• Family Support Center Emergency Needs
• Independence and Transition Through Life Skills
• Enrichment and Independence through Internships
• Healthy Choices/Healthy Lifestyles
 
• Childcare Transportation to Sustain Employment
 
• Helpline
• Dorn Davies Senior Center
 
• Scouting in Every Neighborhood
 
• Education to Support Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles, and Civic Engagement
 
• Education Initiatives
 
• STEM After-School Program for Underrepresented Girls in Science
 
• Bridge Partnership 2.0 Brockton Middle School Students
 
• Out of School Time Programs
• Emergency Assistance Fund
 
• BDN Lends a Hand Program
• Early Education Scholarship Fund
• S.T.E.A.M. Program
 
• Provision of Home Care for Underinsured/Uninsured Elders
 
• Brockton Food Pantry
• English Transcultural Center
 
• Camp E.A.S.T.
 
• Healthy Relationships
 
• Montello Welcome Home II - Stabilization Services
• WorkExpress
 
• Healthy Plymouth County Project
 
• 2nd Annual Youth Substance Use Prevention Conference
• Substance Use Prevention Education for Tradesmen
• Health Literacy: Vaping Use Prevention
 
• Counseling; Advocacy; Resources; Education; Support (C.A.R.E.S.)
 
• "Friends" Program
 
• High School Equivalency Preparation
• Health Care Careers Initiative
 
• "I Can't Wait Until I Can Do This By Myself!"
 
• Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
• Youth Development Services for At-Risk Children & Teens
• Youth Violence Prevention/Teen Services
• Family Services/Homelessness
• Mentoring for At-Risk Youth
• LIVESTRONG
• Child Care
• Street Outreach/Basic Needs
• Education Gaps
 
•Financial Stability
 
• Raising A Reader Brockton
 
• Employment Services
• Day Habilitation Services
 
• Emergency Social Services
 
• Comprehensive Emergency Assistance Program
• Culinary Arts Training Program
 
• Pathways to Student Success
 
• Justice Center Family Law Practice
 
• New Heights with South Shore Conservatory
• ImagineARTS Arts-Integrated Literacy Residency
 
• Camp Shriver