Basic Needs – United Way is providing critical services to endure access to healthcare, housing, food, and to assist in helping people become more self-sufficient resulting in an improved quality of life and a better tomorrow.

2-1-1 Information – 24 hours, 7 days a week information and referral line

American Red Cross – Disaster Services & Services to Military Families

Catholic Charities – Behavioral Health

Connecticut Food Bank – Mobile Food Pantry

Connecticut Partnership for Children – Diaper Bank

Safe Haven – Sexual Assault Crisis & Services & Community Outreach

Wellmore – Emergency Mobile Psychiatric Services, Children & Adult Outpatient Services

Salvation Army – Emergency Assistance

Naugatuck YMCA – Older Adult Programming & Open Door Membership Assistance

Hidden Acres Therapeutic Riding Center – Equine Assisted Therapies & Activities

Education – United Way focuses on cradle-to-career education strategies that provide access to quality learning experiences at an early age and continue to help develop our children into successful adults who can contribute to our communities.

Connecticut Partnership for Children – Transition to Kindergarten

Kelly’s Kids

Naugatuck Babe Ruth Little League

Naugatuck Beacon Falls Scouting Fund

Naugatuck Campership Fund

Naugatuck YMCA – Preschool Program, Youth Development & Enrichment

Naugatuck Youth Services – Peer Mentoring & Youth Leadership Development

Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters – Mentoring

Union City Little League

Financial Stability – United Way empowers people to get on stable ground with proven methods like job training, financial wellness classes and more. The result in thriving communities where everyone has more opportunity to succeed.

Literacy Volunteers – Adult Literacy

Connecticut Association for Human Services – Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)