Information and Referral - United Way of Morgan County
United Way of Morgan County
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United Way of Weld County
Description of Service
Serves the health and humanitarian needs of the community and seeks to increase the organizational capacity of individuals to care for one another in Brush, Fort Morgan, Wiggins, Hillrose, Snyder and Weldona along with partnership from the following agencies:
A Caring Resource Center of Northeast Colorado:
Provides free pregnancy testing and counseling, advocacy- support educational materials, adoption referrals and abstinence and relationship based curriculum.
Arthritis Foundation of Colorado:
Provides free educational information about arthritis programming to help people with arthritis and provides funds for research to find a cure.
Association For Children with Disabilities:
(970) 867-5633 ext 48130
Works to enhance a variety of supportive services for specials needs children, their families and professionals working with them.
Baby Bear Hugs:
Provides parent educational materials, referrals, and support through home visitation and groups with children 3 years old and younger.
Provides the holistic needs of youth by assessing the needs of youth and planning programming to meet those needs and helping youth know and find the programs that meet those needs.
Boy Scouts of America – Longs’ Peak Council:
Through experiential learning helps youth develop essential skills and personal characteristics, self-reliance, leadership, responsibility, self-esteem and initiative-that will last a lifetime.
College and Careeer Pathways:
Providing family literacy activities that promote literacy and provide instruction to assist English as a second language learners to become literate and assist learners to become literature and gain necessary skills to function effectively in the community, family and/or the workplace.
EBEN EZER Lutheran Care Center Home & Personal Care Services:
A caring community of housing, health care, spiritual and supportive services for older persons and those with special needs.
Girl Scouts of Colorado:
In partnership with adult mentors, grow strong and build leadership, character and confidence through fun, contemporary programs that meet their needs and interests.
Morgan County Family Center:
Connects family to community resources needed for successful living and provides family services through parent education, child care referral, family advocacy and youth activities.
Morgan County Early Childhood Council:
Facilitates and coordinates a cohesive, quality early childhood system through educational opportunities, resource development and collaboration with service providers to support young children, birth to age 8 and their families in Morgan County.
One Morgan County:
Works to help make the transitions associated with immigration more efficient so that each individual, whether immigrants or receiving community members, have an increased chance of reaching their highest potential for the betterment of themselves and for the community. OMC offers Citizenship Pathway Resources including citizenship instruction and assistance with citizenship applications.
The “LifeSource Project” provides mental health therapy to youth ages 19 and younger who are at risk of suicide who are either uninsured or under insured. We provide suicide prevention education to schools.
S.A.R.A. – Sexual Assault Response Advocates:
Provides prevention/educational programs and services to aid victims/survivors of sexual assault to enable recovery.
Provides services to victims of domestic violence including shelter and outreach for battered women and their children, support groups, bilingual advocacy, emergency and on-going services, information and referral and community education programs.
School for the Performing Arts:
The School for the Performing Arts (SPA) exists to provide a community and interaction that instills a sense of value and confidence into every student. By offering a level of instruction and facility that exceeds what one would normally expect from a community of our size, the SPA offers students the opportunity to learn the value of the performing Arts by allowing them to explore their natural talents. The positive impact the Performing Arts School experience will have in their lives will serve as a platform for their self-expression and develop a talent in each person that can be enjoyed for a lifetime for themselves and by others. The SPA at the Historic Lincoln School is a milestone endeavor for North Eastern Colorado. The first not-for-profit school of its kind in the area, The SPA has created a venue for students of all ages to partake in the performing arts. The SPA operates dance, voice, piano and guitar studios and will offer future programs that fit well with the vision of the school.
Young Readers of Colorado:
Educates students on the consequences of tobacco and drug involvement and empower them with resistance skills related to self-esteem, goal setting and healthy life style choices by reaching them early with age appropriate information and to facilitate role-model influences.
The connection between the community and human services.