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Partner Agencies of United Way of Greater St. Joseph

Thanks to people who give to the annual United Way Campaign,
United Way of Greater St. Joseph supports the following 18 area Partner Agencies

American Red Cross of Northwest Missouri

Provides relief to victims of disasters; military emergency communication; and health and safety courses in first aid, CPR, prevention of disease transmission, and water safety.


Bartlett Center

Serves as a focal point for community activity and programs including childcare, tutoring, latchkey, senior meals, and recreation.

Big Brothers Big Sisters

Helps children reach their potential through professionally supported, one-to-one relationships with mentors who have measurable impact on youth. 


Catholic Charities of Kansas City-St. Joseph, Inc.
Takes a multifaceted approach by providing housing and supportive services for homeless, disabled women, families and veterans; supportive services for veteran families; case management, mentoring and job development for recently released felons; crisis pregnancy services; and domestic adoptions.

The CENTER, A Samaritan Center
Supplies mental health services for individuals to promote their physical, emotional, social, and spiritual well-being.

Children’s Mercy Hospitals and Clinics
Serves the region as a pediatric medical center that provides comprehensive and specialized services to all children regardless of ability to pay. 
Community Missions Corporation
Established by InterServ to provide permanent housing along with supportive services for chronically homeless men with physical and/or emotional disabilities (serious mental illness/addiction).
Family Guidance Center
Helps individuals and families lead healthier, more productive lives by providing an array of quality mental health, social and health services. 
Provides accredited childcare; youth out-of-school activities; immigration services; emergency assistance, food pantry, and financial counseling; in-home/medical, nutrition and volunteer placement services for seniors.


Legal Aid of Western Missouri
Provides quality, free legal assistance to low-income persons so that they may have the necessities of food, clothing, shelter, health care, and safety.
Northwest Missouri Community Services
Connects persons needing assistance to appropriate health and human services. Advocates/coordinates services for individuals at multiple agencies and monitors availability of services.
Pony Express Council, Boy Scouts of America
Provides an educational program to build character, train in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develop personal fitness.
St. Joseph Safety and Health Council
Promotes injury prevention by planning, conducting, promoting, and assisting in activities designed to decrease the number, severity, and cost of accidents. 
The Salvation Army
Assists those in crisis situations with residential shelter, emergency food, rent assistance, clothing, and household items. Also offers counseling, summer camps, and character-building programs.
Specialty Industries of St. Joseph, Inc.
Provides a controlled working environment for individuals with disabilities, allowing them to experience the gratification and self-esteem derived from meaningful employment.
United Cerebral Palsy of Northwest Missouri
Offers services to enhance independence and quality of life for children and adults with developmental disabilities, including early intervention, employment and life skills.
Provides healthy activities for children, adults, and families, turning no one away due to inability to pay. 
816-233-YMCA (9622)
Provides comprehensive domestic violence and sexual assault services, including a 24-hour hotline and shelter for women and children, as well as licensed childcare, childcare resources, fitness/recreation, and women’s programs.
In addition to supporting these Partner Agencies,