United Way builds a stronger community where families have increased access to health care, as well as healthy foods, activities and environments, creating healthier beginnings and healthier lives.
Health Community Impact Partners
The Arc provides many services to individuals with mental and developmental disabilities and their families.
The Children’s Center at Southern Miss provides early childhood education and family support for infants, toddlers and pre-schoolers who have communication and developmental disabilities.
The Fellowship Health Clinic at Edwards Street Fellowship Center is providing free health, dental and pharmaceutical care for the uninsured and underinsured of Forrest and Lamar counties.
The Family YMCA's programs emphasize physical fitness and healthy lifestyles.
Hope Community Collective provides Marion County residents with adult counseling and educational classes that include life skills, anger management, drug and alcohol recovery, parenting education and G.E.D. preparatory classes.
Advocacy services provide children with tools necessary to heal from their trauma and move forward through the criminal justice system feeling supported.
The Shafer Center provides support, counseling and referral for victims of sexual violence, homicide and families of suicide victims.