Many UWNEMN partner agencies have altered their services and/or hours due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
For an up-to-date list of these updates as well as other community resources, click here.
HELPING CHILDREN SUCCEED
A child with a strong educational foundation has a better chance of succeeding and positively contributing to their community later in life. Through quality child care, early childhood education, tutoring, mentoring, and more, United Way of Northeastern Minnesota helps our children reach their full potential and prepares them for bright, promising futures.
|Arrowhead Center Adolescent Treatment||218-749-2877|
|Ely Community Resource||218-365-5254|
|Hibbing Kinship Mentoring Program||218-254-2746|
|ServeMinnesota Reading Corps||612-333-7740|
|Volunteers In Education (VinE)||218-404-5742|
|Summer Work Outreach Project (SWOP)||218-750-1877|
EMPOWERING HEALTHY LIVES
A healthy life is key to a happy life. All of our community members have the right to live safe, healthy and independent lives for as long as possible. United Way of Northeastern Minnesota strives to ensure everyone has access to the quality healthcare and support they need.
|Ely Community Health Center.||218-365-5678|
STABILIZING FAMILIES & INDIVIDUALS
A strong community depends on having support systems in place to respond to disasters and help people overcome hard times to get back on their feet. United Way of Northeastern Minnesota is there to stabilize our communities through access to emergency food, safe shelter, housing services and disaster relief. We provide support to those experiencing domestic violence and sexual assault and work to reduce it. We help people become self-sufficient, which means stronger communities for all of us.
|Advocates for Family Peace||218-326-0388|
|Food Shelves Area Wide|
|Range Transitional Housing||218-741-9628|
|Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank||218-727-5653|
|Sexual Assault Program/N.S.L.C||218-749-4725|
|Support Within Reach||218-326-6423|
|United Way 2-1-1||211|
|American Red Cross||218-722-0071|
|AEOA Elder Services Network||218-735-6899|
|Girl Scouts of MN & WI Lakes and Pines||218-726-4710|
|LSS Family Resource Center||218-741-3433|
|N.S.L.C. Habitat for Humanity||218-749-8910|
|Voyageurs Area Council Boy Scouts||218-729-5811|