Partner Agencies

Education

Health and education programs for inner-city children and youth in the community, programs of Boys and Girls Clubs of Waco: 254-752-6443 – www.bgca.org

Head Start & Childcare for low-income, working families, programs of Economic Opportunities Advancement Corporation (EOAC): 254-753-0331 – www.eoacwaco.org

Educational and experiential learning for young girls, program of Girl Scouts of Central Texas:
254-756-4497 – www.gsctx.org

After school programs, summer enrichment programs and health & wellness activities for at-risk youth, programs of YMCA of Central Texas: 254-776-6612 – www.ymcaofcentraltexas.org

Court appointed special advocates for abused and neglected children in foster care, also providing immediate needs in clothing, food, and housing, a program of CASA of McLennan & Hill Counties:
254-304-7982-  www.casaforeverychild.org

24 hour hotline, case management, advocacy, counseling and exams for victims of sexual assault, program of Advocacy Center for Children: 254-752-9330 –www.advocacycntr.org

 

Financial Stability

Case management, transitional housing and financial security training for homeless families with children, a program of Compassion Ministries: 254-755-7640 – www.compassionwaco.com

Safe haven for women and children fleeing family violence, outreach services include case management, counseling, support groups, life skills and financial planning classes, an array of legal services, and assistance with housing, programs of Family Abuse Center: 254-772-8999 – www.familyabusecenter.org

Case management for families and individuals in need–food, clothing, household items, prescription medications and transportation, a program of Caritas of Waco: 254-753-4593 – www.caritaswaco.org

 

Health

Prenatal Health

Health services, education, counseling and support classes for pregnant women, programs of Care Net Pregnancy Center: 254-772-8270 – www.carenetofcentraltexas.org

Health care for uninsured or under-insured women of McLennan County, program of Family Health Center: 254-313-4200 – www.wacofpc.org

 

Family Health

Primary health and dental care to uninsured or under-insured residents of McLennan County, programs of Family Health Center: 254-313-4200 – www.wacofpc.org

Mental Health

Respite care services for Alzheimer’s patients and their families, a program of Alzheimer’s Association, North Central Chapter : 254-753-7722 –www.alz.org/northcentraltexas

Marital, parent/child, family, individual counseling, and education and support for families and children experiencing divorce, programs of Family Counseling and Children’s Services: 254-313-4500 www.connect.wacofhc.org

Primary health and dental care to uninsured or under-insured residents of McLennan County, programs of Family Health Center: 254-313-4200 – www.wacofpc.org

Mental, emotional and physical health benefits for adults and children with social disorders, and Veterans diagnosed with PTSD, physical and/or neurological impairment, programs of REACH Therapeutic Riding Center: 254-848-7888 – www.reachtrc.org

Support and education for those coping with mental illness, mental retardation, and developmental disabilities, a program of MHMR Center, HOT Region: 254-752-3451 – www.hotrmhmr.org

24 hour hotline, case management, advocacy, and counseling for victims of sexual assault, programs of Advocacy Center for Crime Victims: 254-752-9330 –www.advocacycntr.org

 

Safety Net Services

Crisis assistance for families and individuals in need–food, clothing, household items, prescription medications and transportation, a program of Caritas of Waco: 254-753-4593 – www.caritaswaco.org

Immediate need/crisis intervention providing meals, clothing, shelter, a program of Salvation Army: 254-756-7271 – www.salvationarmy. org

Crisis support for cancer patients & their families– financial assistance for medications, supplies and transportation, a program of Community Cancer Association: 254-202-8082 –  www.wacocancer.org


LAST YEAR IN MCLENNAN COUNTY. UNITED WAY FUNDED PARTNER PROGRAMS PROVIDED:
20,549
low-income children access to
Early Childhood Education
classes and quality afterschool and summer programs
33,753
low/uninsured families with access to
Medical Screenings and Health Exams
as well as prescription assistance and other therapy needs
150,498
children, adults, and families with
Meals and Bags of Groceries
over 46,000 eligible children, adults and families
4,602
low-income pregnant girls and women
Pregnancy Related Care Needs
including prenatal care, resource assistance, and parenting classes
22,344
families and individuals with
Family and Domestic Violence Care
including access to shelters, resource counseling, and case management