Why it matters.
Healthy people are more productive and require fewer community-based services. Adults are more productive at work, children are more prepared to learn and older adults and persons with disabilities receiving supportive services can benefit from an improved quality of life.
Seniors and persons with disabilities are a growing population needing many services to remain self-sufficient, contributing members of our community. More and more of our residents are dealing with stress, anxiety and depression and many are turning to the use of alcohol and other drugs in order to cope.
United Way is committed to building a healthy community-to do the hard work that is needed to ensure that quality services are affordable and accessible to help people in our community to enjoy physical and mental well-being.
Funded Service Providers in this Area
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Cancer Assistance of Williams County
Financial support and counseling to Williams County cancer patients.
CPC Women’s Health Resource
Free services include pregnancy testing, information on options, material assistance, counseling, post- abortion support groups, abstinence education, limited ultrasound and STD testing, and more.
Compassion Medical Clinic
Provides free medical care to those who make under 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines with no insurance.
Kidney Foundation of NW Ohio, Williams County Chapter
Services offered include mileage reimbursement, assistance with non-covered medications and public education.
Williams County Assoc. for the Mentally Handicapped
Recreation program provides adults with mental and/or physical disabilities a camping experience in a therapeutic setting.
Williams County Senior Center
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.