Funded Service Providers

Click on the name of a service provider to see contact information and program funded. Click on the heading links to learn more about each area of service.


Caring for People in Crisis

American Red Cross

Phone: 419-636-3449

Aid to Military Families is the contact between the military and the service person’s family in times of need. Family Disaster Service gives victims of local disasters the basic necessities.

Community Compassion

Phone: 419-636-1125

A ministry of concerned Christians who provide help with food, prescriptions, utilities, rent and other emergency needs.

Comprehensive Crisis Care – 211 Call Center

Phone: 2-1-1 or 1-800-468-4357

Information and Referral Service provides information about resources in Williams County and referrals for services through a toll free number, walk-in, and via the internet.

H.E.L.P., Inc.

Phone: 419-636-7199

Direct assistance program helps individuals with food, utilities, rent, and prescriptions among other needs.

Helping Hands Food Pantry

Phone: 419-485-5575

Christian-based food pantry that provides food and education on nutrition, budgeting and parenting skills.

Northwest Ohio Community Action Commission (NOCAC)

Phone: 419-636-4924

Emergency Relief Fund provides assistance to low income residents with rent, utilities, prescriptions and emergency needs.

Sanctuary of Williams County

Phone: 419-636-2460

Provides temporary housing for families that are in domestic or financial crisis.


Empowering Families

Center for Child and Family Advocacy

Phone: 419-592-0540

House of Ruth provides a safe place for victims of domestic violence and their children. Counseling programs for victims and perpetrators of child sexual abuse and family domestic violence.

Four County Family Center

Phone: 800-693-6000

Family Matters Program works with juvenile offenders and involves the entire family in an effort to prevent additional court involvement or removal from the home.

Phone: 800-544-7369

Provides free legal services in civil matters to individuals and groups who, due to their limited financial resources, cannot afford to hire a private attorney and seek effective resolution of their legal problems.

Lutheran Social Services

Phone: 800-577-8629

Christian agency provides counseling to help clients attain a higher level of physical, emotional, and spiritual functioning.Direct assistance program helps individuals with food, utilities, rent, and prescriptions among other needs.

Ohio Benefit Bank/Financial Stability Partnership

Phone: 419-636-8603

United Way program offers free tax preparation to individuals and families making less than $56,000 per year. Also provides access to work supports such as food stamps, children’s heath care, and utility assistance.

Sarah’s House

Phone: (419) 636-7272

In addition to other programs, provides “Safe Dates” dating abuse curriculum. Target audience is all middle and high school students, male and female.

Shalom Mediation and Counseling Center

Phone: 419-636-2957

VORP Program is an alternative made available to judges and probation officers where offenders and victims have a chance to work out problems and find healing and reconciliation.

Williams County Family YMCA

Phone: 419-636-6185

The ACCESS Membership Program offers the YMCA to families regardless of their ability to pay.

Williams County Habitat for Humanity

Phone: 419-636-9093

Housing program builds simple but decent homes in partnership with local families and the community.


Helping Our Kids Grow

Boy Scouts of America / Black Swamp Area Council

Phone: 800-686-4220

Program for school-aged youth to instill traditional values, enhance leadership skills, and develop awareness and citizenship.

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library

Phone: 419-636-8603

Provides a new book each month for the first five years of a child’s life, delivered their home. Fosters learning, appreciation of books, and encourages parents to read to their children.

Families and Schools Together (FAST)

Phone: 419-636-9348

Evidence-based program which provides parent education, enhances family functioning and improves communication between parent and child. FAST empowers parents to be the preventive agent in their child’s life and meet the physical, mental and emotional needs of their child. UW dollars provide this program in the North Central Middle School.

Girl Scouts of Western Ohio

Phone: 800-860-4516

Youth program fosters self-esteem, leadership, values and ethics so girls can achieve their full potential.

United Way “Let Me Play” Fund

Phone: 419-636-8603
Website: Let Me Play Fund

Participation scholarships to all area recreation programs with the goal of allowing all youth the opportunity to take part.

Project Respect

Phone: 419-636-2000

Encouraging young people to stand up against social pressures and stand out as people of character!


Promoting Health and Well-Being

Cancer Assistance of Williams County

Phone: 419-636-0079

Financial support and counseling to Williams County cancer patients.

CPC Women’s Health Resource

Phone: 419-636-5691

Free services include pregnancy testing, information on options, material assistance, counseling, post- abortion support groups, abstinence education, limited ultrasound and STD testing, and more.

Kidney Foundation of NW Ohio, Williams County Chapter

Phone: 866-648-2147

Services offered include mileage reimbursement, assistance with non-covered medications and public education.

Williams County Assoc. for the Mentally Handicapped

Phone: 419-485-8331

Recreation program provides adults with mental and/or physical disabilities a camping experience in a therapeutic setting.

Williams County Senior Center

Phone: 419-633-4317

There may come a time in the lives of some individuals in our community when they are no longer capable of managing affairs.  The Volunteer Guardian program assists them in making basic life decisions.