With your help, United Way supports our neighbors with primary health care, specialty care services, like dental care and occupational therapy, as well as individual and family counseling and substance use recovery.
When our neighbors cannot afford or access quality health care, they often forgo, delay, or skip critical preventative care or mental health/substance use treatment and end up in the emergency room for non-emergency care. This results in employees missing work or going to work sick. It reduces workplace productivity and increases health disparities in our community.
Supporting our neighbors’ health care needs and helping them gain greater financial stability means they can achieve better health, miss less work and school, and won’t need emergency services as often. It also means improved workplace productivity, less health care spending, and better health for our entire community.
Funded Partners Addressing Health Care
United Way invests in and partners with the following nonprofit organizations to help our neighbors meet their health care needs.
- Alexander Jewish Family Service
- The Alliance
- Avenue 360 Health and Wellness
- Bay Area Council On Drugs & Alcohol, Inc.
- Bread of Life
- The Bridge Over Troubled Waters
- Career and Recovery Resources, Inc.
- Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston
- The Children’s Assessment Center Foundation
- Children’s Safe Harbor
- Chinese Community Center
- The Council on Recovery
- Covenant House Texas
- Easter Seals of Greater Houston
- Family Houston
- Fort Bend County Women’s Center, Inc.
- Fort Bend Regional Council on Substance Abuse, Inc.
- Hope and Healing Center & Institute
- Houston Area Women’s Center
- Humble Area Assistance Ministries
- Legacy Community Health Services, Inc.
- Memorial Assistance Ministries
- Montgomery County Women’s Center
- The Montrose Center
- Northwest Assistance Ministries
- San Jose Clinic
- Santa Maria Hostel, Inc.
- Spring Branch Community Health Center
- Texas Hearing Institute
- Texas Society to Prevent Blindness
- University Speech, Language & Hearing Clinic
- Volunteers of America, Texas
- Wesley Community Center
- The Women’s Home
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