United Way of Cullman County Agencies
American Red Cross 734-0921
Emergency assistance to victims of disasters. Helps people prevent, prepare for and cope with emergencies. Armed Forces Emergency Services Communications Network for members of the military and their families. Lead provider of Health and Safety Training, i.e., CPR/First Aid, Automated External Defibrillator Training, Water Safety/Life guarding, Babysitting, etc., Blood Services and Referral Resources.
Boy Scouts of America, Greater Alabama Council 888-490-8955
Provides programs that instill character development, values and aid local young men in becoming responsible citizens.
Boy Scouts of America, Black Warrior Council – 1-800-467-0199, (205) 554-1680
CCCDD, INC. (Cullman County Center for the Developmentally Disabled) 737-1915
Provides developmentally disabled adults and children with the opportunity to reach their optimal skill level and become a functional part of the Cullman Community.
Cullman Caring for Kids 739-1111
A family resource center dedicated to the prevention of child abuse, promoting strong families, and good health through its diverse programs. Also, operates the United Way Community Food Bank. www.cullmancaringforkids.com
Cullman County 4-H Clubs 737-9386
Helps youth ages 9-19 reach their fullest potential through developing life skills, building self-confidence, learning by doing, learning responsibility and achieving goals.
Cullman County Commission on Aging 734-1241
Provides services to persons 60 or older with hot meals, medication and fellowship with the goal of improving their quality of life.
Cullman County Rescue Squad 739-0786
Provides emergency assistance with severe weather, drowning, missing persons, mountain and cave rescues.
Daystar House, Inc. 734-4942
A temporary shelter providing lodging and assistance for homeless women and women with children.
Easter Seals 739-1937
Provides direct services to children and adults with disabilities who reside in Cullman County
First Call for Help 739-1937
Provides a comprehensive community information and referral service bridging the gap between needs and services.
Foster Grandparents / Senior Companion Program (256) 260-3122
Volunteers age 55+ mentor and tutor children with special needs and provide in-home assistance to at-risk adults thereby enabling them to remain independent.
Girl Scouts 256-883-1020 or 800-410-8338
Girls ages 4-17 discover the fun, friendship, and power of girls together while developing values, character, and life skills. www.girlscoutsnca.org
Good Samaritan Health Clinic 775-1389
Provides quality medical, pharmaceutical and dental services to the working families of Cullman County without access to healthcare insurance.
Hospice of Cullman County 739-5185
Provides physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual care, promoting dignity and quality of life for the terminally ill and their families. http://www.hospiceofcullmancounty.com
Pilot Light House 739-1937
Provides emergency care for abused and neglected children.
Victim Services 775-2600
Provides services and safe shelter for victims of abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault.
Volunteers in Public Schools, Inc. “VIPS” 739-3208
Provides at-risk elementary school children with an adult mentor friend for on-campus weekly one-hour educational, motivational and confidence building activities.