Partner Agencies of the Clinton County United Way
First and foremost, the United Way is about partnership. Ultimately, no matter the mission of any agency or person in our community that helps another, we are all united in fighting for the common good. What is so apparent and also so special about our community, is that although unfortunately many need help, just as many have stood up to help. Below is a list of our current partners who are fighting the good fight. We truly believe that a community that works together helps all people. If you are interested in becoming a partner, please check out our partner portal on this website.
American Red Cross
328 Innovation Blvd., Suite 212, State College, PA 16803
The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
Through its strong network of volunteers, donors, and partners the Red Cross aspires to turn compassion into action so that all people affected by disasters receive car, shelter, and hope;
our communities are ready and prepared for disaster; everyone in our community has access to safe life-saving blood;
all members of the Armed Services and their families find support and comfort whenever needed;
and in an emergency, there are always trained individuals nearby, ready to use their Red Cross skills to save lives.
Annie Halenbake Ross Library
232 W Main St, Lock Haven, PA 17745
The Annie Halenbake Ross Library improves lives by providing services to facilitate lifelong learning in basic, financial, civical and social, health, and information literacy.
The Clinton County Library on Wheels is a monthly program that delivers books and movies to preschool, day-care centers, senior facilities and through the Books by Mail Program.
These educational materials provide the youth with the basic literacy skills needed to become readers and the seniors the opportunity of a good book or movie as they relax.
It is just as important for youth that stories be read to them so staff will provide these programs as scheduled at the Ross Library or at the daycare facility.
Susquehanna Council Boy Scouts of America
815 Northway Rd, Williamsport, PA, 17701
The Mission of The Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetime by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
Each Cub Scout Pack, Scouts BSA Troop, Venturing Crew is chartered through a local community organization.
The scout units work hand-inhand with these community organizations through participation in the organization's own events as well as providing community service opportunities.
Community service is often extended to any other part of the community, including cemetery clean-up efforts, participation in local parades, gardening and community beautification, and more.
Our most visible community intersection is when a scout undertakes their Eagle Scout project.
This project is designed for the youth to show leadership skills as they perform a project specifically designed to benefit the community at large.
Catholic Charities, Inc. of the Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown
1300 12th Avenue, PO Box 1349, Altoona, PA 16603
321 Main St, Suite 5G, Johnstown, PA 15901
Catholic Charities Emergency Financial Assistance program assists those facing these emergency situations by resolving the immediate financial crisis
and using solid case management principles to help them understand what will be needed to prevent future emergencies.
This is the reason we continue to serve as one of the community’s safety net providers.
Clinton County Healthy Communities Dental Clinic
266 Hogan Boulevard, #6, Mill Hall, PA 17751
The Clinton County Community Dental Clinic is the only not for profit dental clinic in Clinton County that serves low income residents of the county and surrounding areas.
The clinic accepts medical assistance (which many private practice dentists do not) and those with no dental insurance.
The clinic provides health education and outreach as a preventive measure to improving oral health.
Clinton County Housing Coalition
330 E Main St, Lock Haven, PA
The Life Center provides temporary housing and life-skills training for families and individuals who are in unstable housing situations.
We assist residents who are homeless but strive to become independent and self-sufficient.
Clients are referred by partners agencies, and those agencies actively participate in the client's progress.
Our goal is to provide housing and life-skills training to residents so that they may overcome barriers to stability and self-sufficiency.
The Merit House provides emergency over-night shelter for homeless persons.
Clients are not permitted in the facility after 8:00 am each morning.
Clients receive case management and life skills training so that they may overcome barriers to stability and self-sufficiency.
Participation is limited to 30 consecutive nights, but may be extended based on the case.
Roads to Peace
(Clinton County Women's Center, Inc.)
34 W. Main St, Lock Haven, PA
24/7 Hotline: 570-748-9539
A dedicated staff provides free and confidential services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
Temporary Safe Shelter is available to adults and their dependent children as they reclaim domestic violence free lives.
Horses of Hope
101 Stoltzfus Lane, Mill Hall, PA 17751
Horses of Hope promotes the physical, cognitive, emotional and social well-being of people with special needs, to include our Veterans and Military personnel, through equine-assisted activities.
We strive to encourage individuals to meet their full potential, giving HOPE one individual at a time.
Horses of Hope provides services and programming to individuals with special needs and Veterans, including autism, ADHD, MS, spinal cord injury, Down's Syndrome, PTSD and other mental health issues or physical disabilities.
If a qualified individual indicates that he or she is unable to afford the lesson fees, sponsorship funds will be allocated.
Our hope is that no individual that wants to participate will ever be turned away due to the inability to pay.
Infant Development Program
980 East Water St. Lock Haven, PA
Infant Development Program is a 501(c) (3) human service agency providing early intervention to children with
special needs, home based support and referral services to individuals of any age with disabilities, preschool services to typically developing children
and parent education and support to all families to enhance the development of children and families residing in Clinton County.
P.A.C.T. Parenting Program offers five programs to all Clinton County families:
1. Perinatal Program is a home-based and center-based Parent Education Program. This program is for expectant parents and parents of newborns up to age
2. Zero to Three Program is a home-based and center-based parent education program. This workshop is for parents with toddler's ages 1 through 3 years of age.
3. Children in the Middle Program is a home and center-based parent education program for families going through or have gone through a divorce or are having custody issues.
4. Building Your Family Program is a center based parenting class which is also conducted with inmates at the Clinton County Correctional Facility.
5. Parents As Teachers Program is a parent education and family support program serving families in their homes beginning with pregnancy through age five.
Through the Family Outreach Program, we will provide a caseworker who will meet with parents and their children with special needs in their homes to observe behaviors and conditions in the home
that can be improved upon, offer parenting support, connect the family with needed resources and referrals to outside agencies and United Way partnership agencies,
give ideas for encouraging an active, healthy lifestyle, and offer encouragement and inspiration to the parents to keep them motivated.
Families of children with disabilities will be assisted through the grief cycle associated with having a child with disabilities,
realize that they are the number one source of education, empowerment and support for their child with special needs.
The Early Intervention Kindergarten Readiness Program is an agency wide initiative to make sure that the children who receive our services are as ready for kindergarten as possible.
• transitioning children between a variety of different classrooms at IDP as their skills develop
• placing children into the least restrictive environment possible before we transition them to K.C.S.D.
• busing the children in the specialized classroom to the local elementary school that they will be attending for an intro to kindergarten during K.C.S.D. extended school year program.
• providing tools to parents to help them work with their children at home on improving motor, social, and academic skills
Lock Haven Area YMCA
145 E Water St, Lock Haven, PA 17745
The Backpack Program helps children get nutritious and easy to prepare food for the weekends.
Every Friday each child will receive a small bag of food that will easily fit in their backpacks.
The food consists of breakfast food, lunch food, and snacks. All the food is non-perishable.
With the help of school representatives we will distribute these weekly.
By providing our local children backpacks filled with food our goal is to help our children stay strong, healthy, and mentally ready to return to school on Monday morning.
Lock Haven Branch YMCA Childcare is committed to our YMCA cause by striving to achieve that every child in our program is prepared to enter Kindergarten
and continue to develop skills in the area of social interaction, play, language, emotional development, physical skills, early literacy, numeracy and fine motor skills.
These skills provide the child with a solid foundation that will enable the child to be successful in the Kindergarten environment and beyond.
North Central Sight Services
2121 Reach Rd, Williamsport, PA 17701
Our Mission is to create sustainable, person-centered programs and employment that enhance independence for individuals with unique visual capabilities. We foster positive change, awareness, and advocacy while removing barriers.
The Prevention of Blindness (POB) program provides adults, children, and school aged students with vision screening services and educational programs/presentations on eye health and safety.
These proactive and preventative services create a comprehensive understanding and awareness of vision loss.
Our Social Services program provides clients who are blind or visually impaired with the appropriate tools, resources, and support services to help them remain independent in the community.
This includes support groups, employment, reading mail, banking, completing forms, grocery/personal needs shopping, and sighted guide/transportation & escort to essential appointments and errands.
The Pennsylvania State University -- Penn State Extension in Clinton County
Clinton County 4-H
47 Cooperation Lane, Mill Hall, PA 17751
While activities focus mainly on the local 4-H Club, members may also participate in group activities and
events such as fairs, trips, camping, teen leader trainings, fundraisnig, achievement programs and
county, regional and state learning opportunities.
Western Clinton County Recreation Center
222 St Clair Ave, Renovo, PA 17764
The Western Clinton County Recreation Authority provides recreational, physical, and educational programs and activities to citizens of all ages in Western Clinton County.
Children and adults that do not know how to swim put themselves and family members at risk for a drowning injury or death.
WCCRA provides swimming lessons to all individuals interested in learning water safety.
Swim lessons dramatically decrease the chances of a drowning-related injury or death.
The subsidized student membership program provides school-aged children;
Pre-K through 12th grades the opportunity to engage in physical activity, five (5) days per week for 12 months
at the Western Clinton County Recreation Authority.