Tri-City Area United Way 2018 Partner Agencies
Tri-City Area United Way partners with local agencies so that together we can become a part of the solution for the entire community.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area (906) 290-6784 Program: Mentoring
The Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Bay Area provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
CASA of Brown/Marinette Counties (920) 437-2272 Program: Volunteer Training and Support
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) collaborates with attorneys, schools, and other agencies in our local community to provide legal services to children and families in need.
Catholic Charities (715) 735-7802 Program: Counseling and Treatment
A state and nationally certified program, Catholic Charities provides a wide range of individual and family counseling. Services are never denied because of inability to pay and are provided to people of any religious background.
CESA 8 (920) 855-2114 Ext. 226 Program: Inspire Northeast Advocates
CESA 8 provides programs, services, and resources to help 27 school districts meet educational needs in Northeastern Wisconsin.
DAR Boys & Girls Club (906) 863-9512 Program: After School Adventure
At the DAR Boys & Girls Club of Marinette and Menominee, funding is provided for children to have a safe place to go while their parents work. While in this fun, healthy environment, children are taught respect, rules, and team play.
Dementia Friendly Community Coalition (715) 732-5747 Program: Dementia Friendly Community
The Dementia Friendly Community Coalition's mission is to create a dementia friendly community that is safe, respectful, and welcoming for people living with dementia through awareness, education, and community engagement.
Handicapped United, Inc. (715) 582-3965 or (715) 732-0492 Program: Social Indepedence
Handicapped United, Inc., builds a bridge allowing elderly and handicapped persons to remain active in the community through participation in local events and services.
Healthy Youth Coalition (HYC) (906) 863-5665 Programs: Healthy Youth and Dolly Parton's Imagination Library-Marinette
The Healthy Youth Coalition of Marinette and Menominee Counties consists of teen leadership training, alcohol , tobacco and other drug prevention. Healthy Youth participation ranges from elementary classrooms to adults in community groups and parent meetings.
Haven of Hope (715) 735-3684 Program: Shelter Needs
Haven of Hope provides shelter and basic necessities for the homeless population.
Marinette County Elderly Services (MCES) (715) 854-7453 Program: Home Delivered Meals
United Way allocations, together with Marinette County Elderly Services, help defray the cost of home-delivered meals to elderly persons in Marinette county.
Menominee County ISD (906) 863-5665 Ext. 1028 Program: Dolly Parton's Imagination Library-Menominee
Dolly Parton's Imagination Library provides free, age-approved books monthly to Menominee County children.
Rainbow House (715) 735-6656 Program: Domestic Violence Shelter and Advocacy
Rainbow House, funded by United Way, provides a safe place for victims of domestic violence and their children. Without this program there is no safe place to go when victims are threatened and in crisis. Open 24 hours and confidential.
Respite Care of Marinette and Menominee Counties (715) 732-4474 Program: Respite Care
Respite Care of Marinette and Menominee Counties provides cost-free relief for individuals and families caring for seriously or terminally ill loved ones.
St. Vincent de Paul - St. Joseph's Conference (715) 923-9549 Program: Basic Needs
St. Vincent de Paul - St. Joseph's Conference helps people who are having financial difficulties.
Twin Counties Free Clinic (TCFC) (715) 732-1349 Program: Healthy Mouth Healthy Me
Twin Counties Free Clinic provides basic non-emergency medical care for uninsured and under-insured residents of Marinette and Menominee counties.