We are proud to announce our 2017-2018 funded programs!
Community Housing Opportunities Corporation by CHOC
This program works to create stable, vibrant and healthy communities by creating sustainable economic development opportunities and developing and operating affordable, program-enriched housing for familites, seniors and people with special needs.
Woodland In-Home Respite and Friendly Visiting Program by Citizens Who Care
This program provides weekly in-home support and friendly visiting with isolated and medically frail elderly individuals and respite for their caregivers. Client families receive two-hour weekly visits from a CWC volunteer and on-going direct support from a professional assessment nurse.
Smile Savers Program by CommuniCare Health Centers
This program provides oral health education, dental screenings, flouride treatment and dental sealants in Woodland preschools and elementary schools to promote dental health and early dental care for children.
Emergency Shelter Services by Fourth and Hope
This programs provides shelter and three daily meals for homeless individuals and families. The program also provides resources and referrals, case management, and employment training opportunities to assist guests in becoming self-sufficient and obtaining permanent housing.
Project Hope by Northern California Children's Therapy Center
This program provides access for special needs children in Yolo County to early intervention and an array of comprehensive multiple therapy programs aimed at helping disabled children reach their greatest level of independence.
Choose Life Program by Suicide Prevention and Crisis Services of Yolo County
This program is a school-based education and prevention program that targets adolescents in all secondary and continuation schools in Yolo County. Choose Life educates children on the warning signs of suicide and how to access help by using the 24-hour ASK hotline.
Supported Housing Program by Yolo Community Care Continuum
This program provides permanent supported housing for individuals with a chronic mental illness and who qualify as very low income according to HUD guidelines. United Way funds are used to leverage $84,423 in federal dollars through the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to house those with no income who are eligible for government benefits due to their mental illness.
This program provides a diverse and nutritional inventory of perishable and nonperishable commodities to the nonprofit agencies Food Bank serves, which includes food closests, shelters, after school programs, soup kitchens and churches.