Our Community Partners
United Way works with local nonprofits to address the roots of significant issues in our community. United Way works with local nonprofits to address the roots of significant issues in the Lubbock Area. This collaborative collective network allows us to wrap our efforts around a problem and tackle it from many angles, producing measurable outcomes that are changing lives in the Concho Valley.
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Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council for the Concho Valley
The Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council for the Concho Valley (ADACCV) provides detox, residential and outpatient treatment for substance use disorders in males and females who are mostly indigent, at times homeless, and who cannot afford private-pay treatment facilities. Services provided include specialized female treatment services for pregnant women and women with children. Detox and residential treatment services are provided at the Journey Recovery Center. This facility opened in March 2020 and has 12 detox beds and 60 residential treatment beds. ADACCV provides services to clients from throughout the Concho Valley and also serves clients from across the state.
People Served in 2020: 624
www.adaccv.org / 325-224-3481
Boys and Girls Club of Menard
United Way Funded Program: Project Learn
Project Learn incorporates four curricula designed to help students to be successful in school and life. Power Hour provides tutoring and homework assistance; Goals for Graduation introduces members to goal setting; The Torch Club develops leadership skills, and Smart Moves develops comprehensive drug and alcohol prevention skills.
People Served in 2020: 157
https://bgcmenard.org / 325-396-2340
Boys and Girls Club of San Angelo
Boys and Girls Club of San Angelo provides a fun, safe, constructive, and affordable environment for kids and teens during critical out-of-school hours. They offer programs and services designed to empower club members to excel in school, develop leadership skills, become good citizens, and maintain healthy lifestyles.
People Served in 2020: 366
www.bgcsanangelo.com / 325-655-8244
Children's Advocacy Center
United Way Funded Programs: CASA & Hope House
Children’s Advocacy Center of Greater West Texas, Inc serves a thirteen county region between three main programs of Hope House, Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), and Family Services. Hope House provides services to children and families and works to minimize the trauma a child may encounter during interviews following an abuse allegation. Hope House conducts forensic interviews of child victims, provides therapy services, education and care management, court preparation support, and family advocate services. CASA provides children in crisis, whose home is determined by a court of law, with a friend of the court, social service referrals, and court preparation. Family Services offers development and support to families including support groups and classes.
People Served in 2020: 1,563
https://cacgreaterwtx.org / 325-653-4673
Concho Valley Community Action Agency
Concho Valley Community Action Agency works to support low-income families in the Concho Valley by assisting with essential services that reduce their cost of living, providing emergency services, and working with families to transition out of poverty. CVCAA’s services include utility and rental assistance, case management, and home weatherization (making homes more energy-efficient.)
People Served in 2020: 4,225
https://www.cvcaa.org / 325-653-2411
Concho Valley Regional Food Bank
Soliciting, inspecting, warehousing, and distributing purchased, donated, and salvaged grocery products to non-profit agencies and churches for their clients in the Concho Valley. The Concho Valley Regional Food Bank also extends opportunities for community members to both engage in service within an environment that promotes community interaction and is enthusiastic about aiding the conclusion of the poverty cycle.
As a subdivision of Feeding America and Feeding Texas, the Concho Valley Regional Food Bank is a community-based organization with the resources of a national campaign, currently working with many volunteers per year and an outreach that extends through 13 counties in West Texas.
People Served in 2020: 59,803
https://conchovalleyfoodbank.org / 325-655-3231
Galilee Community Development Corporation
United Way Funded Programs: Helping Hands
This program is designed to repair and rehabilitate homes of low-income elderly in San Angelo. They will restore the homes to make them safe, secure, and weatherproof. Volunteers will complete the rehabilitation, which is at no cost to the homeowner.
People Served in 2020: 37
https://www.galileecdc.org / 325-655-6700
Girl Scouts of Central Texas
United Way Funded Program: SISTERS
Stay in School to Enjoy Real Success (SISTERS) seeks to decrease the dropout rate among girls in the San Angelo Independent School District. Programming incorporates the Girl Scouts curriculum with four key Texas Education Agency dropout prevention strategies. The program’s comprehensive approach improves girls’ self-esteem, helps girls overcome barriers to high school graduation, develops girls’ ability to navigate important life decisions, overcome future challenges, and build girls’ leadership skills. SISTERS currently serves girls at six SAISD schools, the Concho Valley Home for Girls, and the Boys and Girl Clubs of San Angelo.
People Served in 2020: 365
https://www.gsctx.org / 800-733-0011
The Family Shelter provides a safe home environment to women, men, and children seeking refuge from an abusive relationship. The program provides adults and children with shelter, safety assessments, legal advocacy and court accompaniment, professional counseling, case management, referrals for housing and benefits, educational advocacy for children, and much more. All services are available to any victim of domestic violence either residentially or non-residentially.
People Served in 2020: 206
Ozona Community Center
Our motto is ”Where Kids Grow”. Our mission is to provide high-quality daycare at an affordable cost and to be an influence for good in the lives of children and their families. Each child is an individual with his or her own unique personality and needs. We strive to meet those at The Ozona Community Center. We proudly serve our community, and are excited about your child!
People Served in 2020: 42
San Angelo Clubhouse
The San Angelo Clubhouse empowers adults with diagnosed mental illness – Transforming lives by building community, teaching job skills, and supporting recovery. Adults living with severe anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, bipolar, and PTSD can join our welcoming community, where they can find purpose, friendships, and opportunity.
People Served in 2020: 137
https://www.sanangeloclubhouse.org / 325-617-7884
San Angelo Early Childhood Center
The SAECC helps our families and our community by providing high-quality care for children ages 7 weeks to 5 years with tuition rates based upon a family’s ability to pay. This program will assist us in purchasing more curriculum and providing additional teacher training to ensure that all of our children are active, engaged, and learning.
People Served in 2020: 131
Sonrisas Trails Theraputic Riding
Sonrisas TRAILS provides Therapeutic Horsemanship activities for people in the Concho Valley who have physical, intellectual, or emotional challenges, Sonrisas TRAILS (Therapeutic Riding for the Achievement of Individual Life Success) offers the program to all ages.
People Served in 2020: 84
https://www.sonrisasriding.org / 325-949-4837
YMCA of San Angelo
The Y is a leading nonprofit organization for youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. They are a powerful association a powerful association of men, women, and children committed to bringing about lasting personal and social change. With a focus on nurturing the potential of every child and teen, improving the nation’s health and well-being, and providing opportunities to give back and support neighbors, the Y enables youth, adults, families, and communities to be healthy, confident, connected, and secure. The Y is accessible to all people. Financial assistance is offered to individuals and families who cannot afford programs.
People Served in 2020: 849
http://www.ymcasanangelo.org / 325-655-9106
West Texas Counseling & Guidance
United Way Funded Program: Reduced-Fee
This program provides quality counseling and educational services at a reduced fee for residents of the Concho Valley. The Center works to ensure that individuals and families seeking counseling have access to vital counseling services and resources, regardless of their socioeconomic status and ability to pay.
United Way Funded Program: Veterans Outreach
This program was developed to assist any Veteran (regardless of branch, time served, or character of discharge) and their family members with access to top quality, evidence-based mental health services and use of case management for identifying community resources.
People Served in 2020: 3,768
https://www.sanangelocounseling.org / 325-944-2561