AMERICAN RED CROSS
The American Red Cross works in our community in the following areas: Disaster Relief, CPR training, First Aide Training, Life Guard certification, Utility assistance, blood drives. 874-4641
CAHABA CENTER FOR MENTAL HEALTH
United Way provides funds for the operation of the Early Intervention Program, this program works with physically & mentally challenged infants to age 3. Also we fund the Day Activity Center, this provides the patients there with a wide range of activities.
This program again is administered by The West Central Alabama Rehabilitation Center and the money goes to help in the transportation costs of the children to the center. 874-8241
TUKABATCHEE AREA COUNCIL OF THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
United Way dollars go to help pay for services to the under privileged young men of our community so that they may enjoy the scouting experience.
The Salvation Army stands ready to provide emergency assistance to individuals and family. 872-1646
BOSCO FOOD CENTER
Bosco Food Center provides a hot lunch to the hungry everyday of the year.
The SABRA Sanctuary provides shelter and assistance to abused women and their children.
SOUTH CENTRAL ALABAMA GIRL SCOUT COUNCIL
United Way dollars go to help the disadvantaged young women of our area enjoy the girl scouting experience.
YMCA OF SELMA ALABAMA
United Way dollars provide scholarships for under privileged individuals and families, as well as offsetting some of the costs of operating the YMCA. 874-9622
SPECIAL YEARS PLUS
This program works with area seniors, by giving at home services at no cost
LITERACY OUTREACH PROGRAM
This program is administered by the Public Library and Wallace Community College. They go out in the community and teach adults how to read.
This program works to educate people on HIV the virus that causes AIDS. Also they provide help to those with this dreaded disease.
SELMA AREA FOOD BANK
The Food bank gathers and distributes food to churches, and feeding programs. 872-4111
CENTRAL ALABAMA REGIONAL CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER
The Child Advocacy Center works with are law enforcement and child welfare organizations to provide a one stop interview for victims of child abuse in a friendly safe environment. This one interview is then used by multiple agencies in court and other proceedings. 875-0890
DALLAS COUNTY FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER
United Way helps fund emergency family assistance. Many other programs and services are available also. 874-7785