United Way — Live United
United Way of Lane County Funded Programs 2016-2017
United Way of Lane County is pleased to be working with the following funded partner programs in our community. Working together with these innovative programs helps to create opportunites for a better life for all and moves us closer to our goal a thriving community. Please click here for a PDF version of this list.
Note: For this funding cycle, United Way of Lane County has recognized that a child cannot succeed in school if they do not have a safe home environment, a family cannot create a budget if they are struggling to put food on the table, and a person cannot focus on preventative health if the do not have access to basic healthcare. With this realization, we have intentionally incorporated basic needs into our three focus areas of Education, Income, and Health.
United Way of Lane County’s early learning and education efforts are focused on ensuring that children are prepared for success in kindergarten and beyond, that families are stable and attached, and that services are coordinated into an effective system that meets the needs of families with young children.
This work is carried out by providing backbone support to groups like the Early Learning Alliance and LaneKids, as well as funding partner programs pivotal to the success of children and families.
A Voice for Every Child (CASA)
Child Centered Basic Needs Assistance (Community Sharing)
Pilas Family Literacy (Downtown Languages)
Quality Counts (LCC Foundation)
Kids in Transition to School (OSLC Developments, Inc)
Make Parenting a Pleasure (Parenting Now!)
Pearl Buck Preschool (Pearl Buck)
Therapeutic Early Childhood (Relief Nursery)
Connections Project: Family Resource (South Lane School District)
Promise Neighborhood Preschool (Willamalane)
United Way of Lane County’s financial stability work is focused on providing Lane County residents with the knowledge, tools and resources to get to the end of the month with money left over.
This work is carried out by the convening of the Financial Stability Partnership, as well as funding to both strategic partnerships to grow resources and financial literacy, and by supporting the basic needs of our community.
211 Information and Referral (211Info)
JumpStart! Saturday Respite (ARC of Lane County)
Think B.I.G. (Beginning in Grade Sch) (Boys & Girls Club Emerald Valley)
Pasos Adelante (Moving Forward) (Centro Latino Americano)
Basic Needs Assistance (Community Sharing)
Family Support & Service Coordination (Direction Service)
Pasos al Futuro / GED (Downtown Languages)
Emergency Food Distribution (Florence Food Share)
Meals on Wheels (FOOD for Lane County)
Food Distribution (FOOD for Lane County)
Volunteer Prosperity Planner (Goodwill Industries)
Cambios Micro Development (Huerto de la Familia)
Junction City Local Aid (JC Local Aid)
Quality Legal Advice (Lane County Legal Aid)
Supported Employment (Laurel Hill Center)
Independent Living Program — IDA (Looking Glass Youth & Family Services)
Station 7 Youth Shelter (Looking Glass Youth & Family Services)
Job Training Program — IDA (Looking Glass Youth & Family Services)
Food Pantry (Mapleton Food Share)
Comprehensive Sex Education (Planned Parenthood)
Family Housing Program (ShelterCare)
Transitional Housing (Sponsors)
Clothing Fund (Springfield Council of PTAs)
First Place Family Center (St. Vincent de Paul)
Second Chance Renters Rehabilitation (St. Vincent de Paul)
VIDA Financial Capability (St. Vincent de Paul)
Oakridge Food Box (Upper Willamette Community Development)
United Way of Lane County’s health efforts are focused on creating opportunities for all members of our community to live a healthy life.
This work is carried out by providing backbone support to groups such as the 100% Health Coalition and through strong, strategic partnerships within the community.
Bethel Health Center (Bethel Health Center)
Healthy Homes (Cornerstone Community Housing)
Syringe Exchange, HIV & Hep C Testing (HIV Alliance)
Dia de Salud (Huerto de la Familia)
Women’s Health Home (Planned Parenthood Southwest Oregon)
Soy Sano (“I am healthy”) (School Based Health Center)
Expanded Dental Health (School Based Health Center)
Sexual Assault Response (Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS)
Community Health Worker (ShelterCare)
Minding the Gap: Mental Health (South Lane Mental Health)
Parent Wellbeing Project (Trauma Healing)
Clinic (Volunteers in Medicine)
Basic Medical and Dental Access (White Bird Clinic)
MAP Child/Youth Dental Access (White Bird Clinic)
Mental Health Medications Clinic (White Bird Clinic)
Eat This, Move That (Willamalane)
Willamette Family Health Clinic (Willamette Family, Inc.)