Geauga County

United Way Services of Geauga County

How Does United Way Services of Geauga County Make a Difference?

In the past year, we’ve helped our community members when they needed us most
Meals provided to individuals and families
Needs met for Geauga residents by 211 Navigators
People received assistance from the Aging and Disability Resource Center
Individuals provided with stable housing and case management services
Young people enrolled in mentoring programs
Survivors received individual and/or group counseling for domestic violence

Programs & Partnerships

Provides employees with services to help them maintain employment and succeed in the workplace
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Aging & Disability Resource Center
Helps access long-term services and supports for older people and people with disabilities
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Geauga Women United
Focuses on literacy for children and families in Geauga County
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Providing grants to agency programs

Our Community Hub for Basic Needs addresses the here-and-now needs of individuals in Cuyahoga and Geauga Counties. Through the Hub, we select the most innovative programs to combat poverty in the strategic areas of Economic Mobility, Housing Stability and Health Pathways. United Way Services of Geauga County is proud to partner with these four nonprofit agencies that are aligned with our community strategies and goals. Together, these four agencies will work together and report out results:

Doors of Hope Geauga
Connects families facing homelessness with food, basic living needs, and temporary housing.
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Family & Community Services
Works with clients in Geauga County to assess wellness and schedule food deliveries for homebound senior citizens and those who are disabled.
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Lake-Geauga Recovery Centers Inc.
Works with individuals and families who are struggling with mental health and substance abuse.
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Ravenwood Health
Empowers individuals and families through mental health and addiction services.
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2022 Day of Action

On June 24, Geauga volunteers got the job done! More than 40 volunteers came together to assemble 300 Welcome Care Kits for Geauga County organizations to distribute to local families and individuals facing a housing crisis. Missed our Day of Action? Watch here.

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