Boys and Girls Club of Evanston
Director: Holly Slade
Phone (307) 444-2582
Provides a safe place, caring mentors, fun, friendship, and high-impact programs on a daily basis during critical non-school hours for youth ages 10-16.
Director: Kendra L. West
Phone: 307-789-7040 Fax: 307-789-7637
United Way funds subsidize early learning for ages birth through 5 years old.
Lincoln Self-Reliance, Uinta County Branch
Director: Darrel Skinner
Phone: 307-885-1577 Fax: 307-885-2577
Offers support to individuals with disabilities so they may achieve maximum potential for self-reliance and active participation in the community.
Lincoln Uinta Child Developmental Association
Director: Shauna Lockwood
Provides early intervention services for children, ages birth through 5 years, with disabilities. United Way funding helps pay for special education teachers.
Director: Monika Anson
Phone: 307-789-3628 Fax: 307-789-6978
Offers victims of family violence and sexual assault safe, temporary shelter, self-help support groups, crisis
Phone: 307-789-3553 Fax: 307-789-3555
To provide services which enable senior citizens to maintain independence and avoid institutionalization as long as possible
Director: Amanda Stearns
Phone: 307-362-6813 Fax: 307-362-6791
Provides affordable health screenings, family planning and other health services to low-income women. 85% of Family Planning’s clients are at or below the poverty level. United Way contributions help pay for a part time nursing position to take medical histories, draw blood and perform lab work.
Director: Karen Fry
Phone: 307-789-1477 Fax: 307-789-1484
YAHA provides short-term and crisis care as well as long term specialized treatment to youth ages 10-17. The program is designed to enhance emotional, social, eduational and physical development through individual and family treatment with strong emphasis on family involvement.