►Individuals demonstrate skills for healthy living

►Individuals access health and safety resources

Whether it is a neighbor without health insurance, a victim of abuse, or someone struggling with mental illness or an addiction, United Way is working to ensure everyone has access to affordable and quality care.

United Way of Kenosha County works to achieve health goals by taking a leadership role in:

Additionally, through a volunteer-led review process, United Way of Kenosha County invests in programs such as:

  • Shalom Center’s Emergency Family Shelter

  • Shalom Center's Interfaith Network Nightly Shelter (INNS Program)

  • AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin’s HIV Health Care Services

  • ELCA Outreach Center's Western Kenosha County Prescription Voucher Program

  • Catholic Charities' Behavioral Health and Counseling Program

  • Women and Children’s Horizons’ Legal Advocacy

  • Women and Children's Horizons' Children's Services

  • Kenosha Area Family & Aging Services’ Meals on Wheels Program

  • Kenosha Achievement Center's HANEN Program

  • Kenosha Human Development Services' Juvenile Crisis Intervention Program

  • Children's Service Society of Wisconsin's Child and Family Counseling Program

  • Lutheran Social Services' S.C.A.N. - Stop Child Abuse and Neglect

  • Racine Kenosha Community Action Agency's Father Involvement Program

  • The Sharing Center's Nutrition Program

Health Resources