United Way of Cullman County Health & Renewal Initiatives & Partners
United Way Single Care Program
United Way of Cullman County is part of the national United Way Single Care program. Participants in need can save up to 80% on prescriptions at select pharmacies that participate in the program. Single Care cards are available at the United Way offices and are available to anyone in need free of charge. Single Care is not an insurance program.
United Way Community Health Fair
United Way of Cullman County holds a free community health fair yearly at the Festhalle Farmer's Market. The health fair will feature free health screenings, information on local non-profits working in the health field, mental health screenings, and free produce for children through Power of Produce Program. There will also be kid's inflatables, live music, door prizes, and food trucks on site. Be sure to come out & bring the whole family! The Red Cross will also be present conducting a blood drive.
United Way of Cullman County Health Task Force
United Way of Cullman County holds a monthly task force meeting with local non-profit agencies working on community wide health initiatives, improving overall wellness and health, taking care of disabled and senior populations, and ensuring all residents of Cullman County have access proper health care.
United Way of Cullman County Restoration & Renewal Task Force
United Way of Cullman County hosts a Restoration & Renewal task force monthly working together with local non-profits to ensure restoration & renewal services are best met together. Focus areas include working on mental health, alcohol & drug abuse recovery, personal renewal, family services & classes, victim services, and other similar areas.
United Way of Cullman County partners with Cook Ministries to provide suicide awareness & prevention services. Cook Ministries offers training for suicide prevention, programs, support groups, and other assistance around suicides.
Cullman County Center for Developmentally Disabled
United Way of Cullman County partners with CCCDD to help provide services for adults with disabilities & special needs including day programs, job opportunities, group homes for adults, volunteering opportunities, and feeding participants daily.
First Source for Women
United Way of Cullman partners with First Source for Women who provides resources for pregnant women in need. They offer resources like parenting classes, counseling, free sonograms, and items for parents to use including clothes, diapers, and toys for their baby.
Good Samaritan Health Clinic
United Way of Cullman County partners with Good Samaritan Health Clinic, a free general practice health clinic offering healthcare to those without insurance who qualify based on income. Good Samaritan refers patients without insurance to other doctors and surgeons, ensures patients receive medicine free of charge, and work to provide the same care as any other doctor’s office or health care provider.
United Way of Cullman County partners with HOPE Horses to help offer therapeutic horsemanship lessons and activities for individuals with special needs or disabilities. HOPE Horses provide lessons to children through young adults in the community.
Hospice of Cullman County
United Way of Cullman County partners with Hospice of Cullman County to offer end-of-life care for those in need. Hospice of Cullman serves as a non-profit and assists patients with or without insurance as well as support the family, care givers, and loved ones with any needs that may arise including help paying bills, providing food, and other similar services.
United Way of Cullman County partners with the Lighthouse to provide a residential program for men struggling with drug and alcohol addictions. The program offers a multi step program towards recovery and assisting with re-entry into society upon graduation and moving out of the recovery house.
Pilot Light Home
United Way of Cullman County partners with the Pilot Light Home, a home for foster children in the DHR system supported by the Pilot Club of Cullman. The home can hold up to 10 children, and children are often placed in the home if children cannot find other foster parents.
Restoring Women’s Outreach
United Way of Cullman County partners with Restoring Women’s’ Outreach who offer a residential program for women in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. They have 5 houses and hold long term rehabilitation services for women, ensure women are working, attending recovery classes, and taking ownership of their recovery.
United Way of Cullman County partners with Victim Services of Cullman who offer a wide array of services for anyone who has been in or is currently in an abusive situation, including counseling, shelters for women and children being victimized, and other similar services. They also house a general shelter for homeless women and children as part of their services.