UNITED WAY OF DUBUQUE AREA TRI-STATES

Community Action Plan

UNITED WAY OF DUBUQUE AREA TRI-STATES

COMMUNITY ACTION PLAN:

United Way addresses specific issues focused on Health, Education
and Income/Financial Stability in the communities we serve by convening,
collaborating, advocating, and/or investing resources.

United Way funded programs receive funding based on a volunteer-led evaluation process,
which reviews each program based on measurable results.
These programs address the immediate needs of individuals and are
working to advance the common good in Health, Education and Income/Financial Stability.

Health

Our communitiees deserve to be healthy, safe and strong.

Education

A good education is the foundation for a successful life.

Income/Financial Stability

Every citizen deserves to feel financial stability.

Target Issues:

  • Physical, Mental and Behavioral Health
  • Healthy Eating and Physical Activity
  • Physical Safety
  • Violence Prevention

Target Issues:

  • Readiness to achieve in school
  • Productive and engaged youth
  • Improved life skills for individuals with disabilities

Target Issues:

  • Basic needs
  • Economically stable individuals and families
  • Homelessness

Goals:

  • Individuals have access to physical and mental health care.
  • Individuals learn strategies to live a healhty lifestyle that support their mental and behavioral health.
  • Individuals engage in healhty eating and physical activity.
  • Individuals are educated about violence prevention and healthy relationships.
  • Victims of disaster or violence have access to services.

Goals:

  • Youth have access to a wide range of mentoring options.
  • Elementary and middle school students are prepared to succeed in later grades.
  • Young adults transition to post-secondary education, the workforce or public service.
  • Children and adults with disabilities are enabled to acheive their highest quality of life.

Goals:

  • Individuals have their basic needs met.
  • Individuals have access to stable housing options.
  • Individuals have access to services and learn skills to achieve financial stability and independence.

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