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COMMUNITY SERVICESWith a focus on enhancing the education,income and health of our community, United Way has several programs to help improve lives.
Get Help: United Way’s 2-1-1 Call specialists can speak with you 365 days a year, 9am-7pm. Find answers to questions about things such as:
- Food assistance
- Housing assistance and shelters
- Utility assistance
- Abuse prevention
- Recycling regulations
- How to become a foster parent
- Where to get medical help. Read more.
Help Your Kids Learn: Do you have young children? Download these fun Born Learning games and activities and prepare your child for school. Read more.
Take Charge of Your Financial Future: United Way’s Financial Education Program and resource center can help you get your finances back in order through workshops, online resources, and one-on-one coaching.Read More.
Save on Prescription Drugs: Use our free FamilyWize card to get immediate discounts at the pharmacy. Read more.
Give Stuff: Don’t throw away your gently used household items. United Way can help you find a nonprofit that needs them.Read more.
Become a Foster Parent: United Way's 2-1-1 is working with Family Ties and Westchester County to recruit new homes for children in fostercare. Orientations are every month. Learn more.
Ruth Taylor Scholarships: Are you looking at a career in social work? Learn more about this scholarship.
If you have any questions about our services to the community, please call 914-997-6700.