individuals helped by United Way and its Partners
children showed academic improvement
individuals who are better able to work, support their families and participate in community because of mental health support
individuals remained in stable housing 90 days after receiving assistance
Information obtained from our 2-1-1 Contact Center is critical to maintaining a connection to the needs of each community United Way serves. 2-1-1 connects people, 24/7, to the resources necessary to address everyday challenges of living, as well as those that develop during times of emergencies.
Last year, 2-1-1 received 668 contacts from Coweta County, and the top 5 needs are shown below.
Trained volunteers are charged with ensuring that our agency partners are meeting the goals set for our community in the areas of education, income, health and homelessness. This ensures that donor contributions are invested wisely in programs that are improving the lives of Coweta County residents in need.
Take a look at our fundraising and investments to see how committed we are to driving change: