The Need & How We Help
United Way of Warren County is committed to taking care of the most vulnerable members in our community. Those needing food and shelter for themselves and their families, utility assistance, long term solutions to prevent and address homelessness, and the safety and security for those who have experienced domestic violence.
“Poverty is the worst form of violence.”
Partners for a Positive Impact
Our Basic Needs partners provide for the most basic needs of food, shelter, domestic violence protection, and disaster relief.
We help victims of natural and manmade disasters by providing emergency shelter, clothing, medical supplies and health services.
We assist those in our communities experiencing food insecurities by providing supplemental food supplies and referrals to services to improve their long-term needs.
We serve the increasing homeless population in our community with shelter and case management assistance to secure and maintain housing.
We help victims of domestic violence, mostly women and children, by providing safe shelter, counseling, legal advocacy, education, and case management to assist them to live a happy and secure life.