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United Way Partner Agencies

 

(Click on an agency's name to follow the link to their homepage - when available.)

E = Education, I = Income, H=Health


American Red Cross (E/I/H) (1654)
http://www.daytonaredcross.org/
Provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies through a volunteer-led humanitarian effort.

The Arc of Volusia  (E/I) (1659)
http://www.arcvolusia.org/
Provides community and center based support and services to adults with mental retardation and developmental disabilities. 

Boy Scouts of America, Central Florida Council (E) (1687)
http://cflscouting.org/
Prepares young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.

Boys & Girls Club of Volusia/Flagler  (E) (46486)
http://www.bgcvfc.org/
Daily, low cost program at 8 locations provides youths with character and leadership development, health & life skills, education & career development, the arts & sports, fitness, and recreation.

Catholic Charities of Central Florida (I/H) (1681)
http://www.cflcc.org/
Helps those in need regardless of race, creed, color, or sex through family emergency assistance, counseling, and adoptions.

Center of the Visually Impaired (E/H)
http://www.cvicentralflorida.org/
Offers Independent Living Services to visually impaired individuals, which include daily living skills classes, computer training, mobility, and peer support for adults as well as transition services for youth.

Children's Advocacy Center (H) (1676)
http://www.childrensadvocacy.org/
Provides counseling, treatment, and prevention programs for victims of child abuse and their families.

Children's Home Society (E/I/H) (1680)
http://www.chsfl.org
Provides foster care, emergency shelter and residential group care, adoption services, case management, and family support services to children and families in Flagler and Volusia Counties.

Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida, Inc. (E/I) (17049)
http://www.clsmf.org/
Provides free, high quality, non-criminal legal assistance to low-income people.

Council on Aging of Volusia County (H) (1668)
http://www.coaiaa.org/
Provides services to enhance the quality of life of senior citizens, enabling them to be self-sufficient and independent.

CredAbility (Formerly Consumer Credit Counseling Services)  (I) (1679)
http://www.cccsfl.org
Provides credit and comprehensive housing counseling, creditor repayment plans, and educational presentations.  FHA/HUD-approved counseling agency with certified credit and housing counselors.

Domestic Abuse Council (I/H) (1685)
http://www.domesticabusecouncil.com/
Provides emergency shelter to victims of domestic violence and their children, transitional housing, support/education groups, family intervention program for the abusive partner, legal advocacy, victim advocacy, community education and professional training.

Early Learning Coalition of Volusia and Flagler Counties (E/I) (1690)
http://www.elcfv.org/
Provides and supports quality, comprehensive childcare services through assistance to children and families, childcare providers, and employers.  Low-income families may receive financial assistance to become self-sufficient.

Easter Seals of Volusia-Flagler Counties (E/H) (17051)
http://fl-vf.easterseals.com
Maximizes independence of individuals with disabilities and special needs by providing the highest quality treatment, education, and support services.

Family Life Center (E/I/H) (53165)
http://www.flcsafehouse.org/
Provides 24 hour crisis services including counseling, a hotline and emergency shelter related to trauma and dynamics of domestic/sexual violence. 

Family Renew Community (I) (32926)
http://www.familyrenew.org/
Provides a transitional housing program designed to enhance vocational and life management skills, as well as lead to affordable , permanent housing to homeless families with children.

Flagler County School’s Adult Education Department - Summer Camp (E) (53817)
http://fti.flaglerschools.com/content/summer-camp-0
Provides a safe, familiar, and stimulating program for children through a summer day camp environment.

Flagler Volunteer Services (H) (95380)
http://www.flaglervolunteer.org/
Provides volunteer support to non-profit, government and health care facilities located in Flagler County. 

Girl Scouts of Citrus Council (E) (1698)
http://www.citrus-gs.org/
Provides an environment where girls develop leadership skills, decision-making skills, a positive self-esteem and social conscience through activities that are fun and personally challenging.

Girl Scouts of Gateway Council (E) (81930)
http://www.girlscouts-gateway.org/
Provides an environment where girls develop leadership skills, decision-making skills, a positive self-esteem and social conscience through activities that are fun and personally challenging.

Halifax Urban Ministries (I/H) (34114)
http://www.halifaxurbanministries.org/
Delivers direct services to homeless families, children and individuals in Volusia and Flagler Counties through the distribution of food, hot meals, diapers, and emergency financial assistance. STAR Shelter provides housing for families with children and medically needy individuals and allows families to stay together within the shelter for up to six months.

Haven Recovery Center (H) (17063)
http://www.havenrecoverycenter.org
Formerly Community Outreach Services and Serenity House.Providing a safe haven for treatment and recovery from substance abuse to adults with limited or no resources.

The House Next Door (E/H) (36974)
http://www.thehnd.org/
Provides programs focusing on relationship building and effective parenting skills with the goal of raising children to be free of drugs and academically successful.

Jewish Federation of Volusia/Flagler - Social Service Council (I) (1693)
http://www.jewishdaytona.org/
Provides limited financial assistance with rent and utilities, free food, clothing, furniture and household goods. 

Mental Health Association (H) (1675)
http://www.mhavolusia.org/
Offers no-cost services to the community; these include drop-in centers, support groups, classes for divorcing couples, advocacy for consumers and a substance abuse prevention program for first graders.

Mid-Florida Housing Partnership (I) (36975)
http://www.mfhp.org/
Offers down payment assistance for home buyers in Volusia and Flagler Counties, money management, credit counseling, housing counseling, adult education/GED, career and academic counseling, Family Book Club, Small Business Development classes, and transitional housing for homeless.

Neighborhood Center and Thrift Shop (I/H) (1697)
http://www.theneighborhoodcenterwv.org/
Provides immediate temporary aid to residents who are indigent, elderly, or distressed by a crisis through counseling, temporary shelter, emergency services, and community referrals.

PACE Center for Girls (E/H) (80550)
http://www.pacecenter.org/
Provides education, counseling, and therapeutic support to girls and young women working to overcome physical or sexual abuse, delinquency, poverty, and drug or alcohol problems.

  
The Salvation Army of East Volusia and Flagler (I) (1671)
http://www.uss.salvationarmy.org/uss/www_uss_daytonabeach.nsf
Multifaceted religious and social service organization actively engaged in addressing the needs of the homeless and hungry, persons in financial crisis, and at risk children and youth.

Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida (I) (62218)
http://www.foodbankcentralflorida.org
Collects and distributes millions of pounds of food and grocery products per year to local emergency food pantries, shelters, soup kitchens, and other important nonprofit feeding programs.

Second Harvest North Florida (Flagler) (I) (110627)
No website.
Collects and distributes millions of pounds of food and grocery products per year to local emergency food pantries, shelters, soup kitchens, and other important nonprofit feeding programs.


St. Gerard Campus (E/H) (36977)
http://www.stgerardcampus.org/
Provides a maternity home, accredited high school, outreach program, day care for high school students, serving all mothers, and mothers to be at no charge.

Stewart-Marchman-Act-Behavioral Healthcare (H) (1670)
http://www.smabehavioral.org/
Provides addiction treatment to adult and adolescents, including prevention, intervention, outpatient, residential, and detoxification programs. 

  
United Cerebral Palsy of East Central Florida (E/I) (1666)
http://www.ucp.org/ucp_local.cfm/180
Serving individuals with disabilities in our community for over 35 years through vocational, residential, and community based support services that assist in maximizing their independence, self-sufficiency, and quality of life.

Volusia Flagler Family YMCA (E/H) (1689)
http://www.vfymca.org/
Provides leadership and facilities for social, recreational, and physical fitness programs in an environment conducive to social character building.

Volusia Literacy Council (E) (17050)
http://www.volusialiteracy.org/
Provides one-on-one tutoring in reading, writing, math, and workplace skills to adults functioning at, or below, the 9th grade level of literacy.

West Volusia Police Athletic League (E/H) (81987)
http://www.westvolusiapal.com/
Creates a bond between police officers and community youth, especially those at risk, and promotes greater trust and understanding through athletic, academic, and cultural activities.

 

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