UNITED WAY OF DUBUQUE AREA TRI-STATES

Funded Programs

Almost Home
1276 White St. Dubuque, 52001|563.495.1052 | almosthomedbq.org

The Guest House at Almost Home shelters homeless men and provides mentorship and linkage to supportive services enabling them to focus on their vocational, financial, and self growth; preparing them for living-wage employment, affordable housing and self-sufficiency.

Funded Programs: Homeless Services (Shelter)

American Red Cross of Northeast Iowa
2400 Asbury Rd, Dubuque 52001 | 563.583.6451 | ARCDBQ.org

The American Red Cross helps keep families together in times of emergency and promotes family safety. Services include: aid to disaster victims, communication and financial support to military families, training in basic first aid, disaster preparedness, and water safety.

Funded Programs: Disaster Services; Services to the Armed Forces; Volunteer Services
Boy Scouts of America, NE Iowa Council
10601 Military Rd, PO Box 732, Dubuque 52003 | 563.556.4343 | ScoutsIowa.com

Scouting is a year-round adventure that spans the ages of 6 to 20. Values found throughout the ranks of Scouting promote leadership, self-discipline, citizenship, self-esteem, physical fitness, and community service.

Funded Programs: Exploring Program; Scoutreach Program

Boys & Girls Club of Greater Dubuque
1299 Locust St, Dubuque 52001| Office 563.582.4122 | Program Center | 563.585.0599 | BoysGirlsDubuque.com

The Boys’ & Girls’ Club of Greater Dubuque was founded in 1900 to promote the health and social, educational, cultural, leadership, and character development of all youth from first grade through age 18. Many programs are offered to assist youth in becoming responsible, contributing citizens.

Funded Programs: Meal & Nutrition/Education Program; Triple Play

Catholic Charities
1229 Mt. Loretta, Dubuque 52003| 563.588.0558 | Toll Free 800.772.2758 | CatholicCharitiesDubuque.org

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Dubuque works to reduce poverty, strengthen families and empower communities through a wide variety of programming.

Funded Programs: Mental Health Counseling; Jail & Prison Ministry Programs

Dubuque Area Labor Harvest
1610 Garfield Ave Dubuque 52001 | 563.582.5947 | tom@ibew704.com

Dubuque Area Labor Harvest provides food security to the elderly, disabled, unemployed, and underemployed citizens of the Dubuque Area.

Funded Programs: Food Pantry

Dubuque Area Labor Management Council
350 W. 6th Street Suite 236 Dubuque, IA 52001 | 563.528.8804 | dalmc.com

Dubuque Area Labor Harvest provides food security to the elderly, disabled, unemployed, and underemployed citizens of the Dubuque Area.

Funded Programs: Tech WORKS Program

Dream Center
16000 White St. Dubuque 52001 | 563.845.7591 | dubuquedreamcenter.com

Dubuque Dream Center “In Your Life Mentoring” connects caring adults to impactful academic outcomes and character development of at-risk and underserved youth.

Funded Programs: School Connectors

Dubuque Visiting Nurse Association
1454 Iowa St. Dubuque 52004 | 563.556.6200 l unitypoint.org/dubuque/services-vna

The VNA’s Representative Payee program provides individuals enrolled in Social Security Disability with a payee coordinator to oversee financial control of their funds to ensure individuals have access to basic necessities.

Funded Programs: Representative Payee Program

Dubuque Community YMCA/YWCA
35 N Booth St, Dubuque 52001| 563.556.3371 | DubuqueY.org

The Dubuque Community YMCA/YWCA provides many services and programs to meet the needs of a diverse community. Special programs target youth, domestic violence victims, seniors, and those with social and economic needs. Financial assistance is available for membership and program participation.

Funded Programs: Licensed Early Childcare; Victim Services Shelter

DuRide
2728 Asbury Road, Suite 330, Dubuque 52001| 563.451.4999 | duridedbq.com

Ensures that every senior citizen who needs assistance can get places they need to go. It is particularly important that seniors are able to get to medical appointments and we offer many of these important rides for free.

Funded Programs: DuRide

East Central Development Corporation
7600 Commerce Park, Dubuque 52002 | 563.556.4166 | ECIA.org

East Central Intergovernmental Association is committed to working with member governments, their citizens, and others to empower eastern Iowa Communities and enhance quality of life

Funded Programs: Centralized Homeless Coordinator; Continuum of Care-Special Needs Assistance; Homeless Assistance

Foundation for Dubuque Public Schools
700 Locust St. Suite 195 | 563.588.2700 l dbqfoundation.org/foundation-dubuqueu-public-schools

The Dubuque Community School District provides the Green Dot Violence Prevention Program in order to create school communities in which violence will not be tolerated and everyone will be empowered to stop it.

Funded Programs: Green Dot Violence Prevention

Girl Scouts of Eastern Iowa & Western Illinois
2644 Pennsylvania Ave, Dubuque 52001 | 563.583.9169 | GSEIWI.org

Girl Scouting builds girls of confidence, courage, and character who make the world a better place. In partnership with committed adult volunteers, girls develop leadership skills through processes that include girl-driven, learning by doing and cooperative learning.

Funded Programs: Leadership & Character Building

Helping Services for Youth and Families
PO Box 372, Decorah 52101 | 563.387.1720 l helpingservices.org

The Helping Services' Domestic Abuse Resource Center provides free essential supportive services by offering confidential advocacy, support and resources for victims of domestic violence residing in seven Northeast Iowa counties.

Funded Programs: Domestic Abuse Resource Center

Hillcrest Family Services
2005 Asbury Rd, Dubuque 52001 | 563.583.7357 | Hillcrest-FS.org

Hillcrest Family Services helps people live better lives by providing residential care, education and a boarding school for troubled youth; mental health counseling for adults and adolescents; and health and wellness to all in need.

Funded Programs: Community Mental Health Services; Foster Care Community Integration; Mental Health Counseling; Mentor Dubuque

Iowa Legal Aid
2799 Main St #280, Dubuque 52001| 563.588.4653 | Toll Free 800.942.4619 | IowaLegalAid.org

This agency provides civil legal assistance to low income persons and senior citizens with legal problems in such areas as social security, government benefits, health, family violence, education, and housing.

Funded Programs: Financial Stability, Income & Housing Stabilization

Opening Doors
1561 Jackson St, Dubuque 52001 | 563.582.7480 | OpeningDoorsDBQ.org


Offers hospitality and opportunity to women, alone or with children, who need emergency/transitional housing and related support services.

Funded Programs: Maria House; Teresa Shelter

Regional Transit Authority
7600 Commerce Park Dubuque 52002 | 563.690.5761 | rta8.org

The RTA offers a Rides to Wellness Program that provides free vouchers for transportation for individuals and families in Dubuque, Delaware and Jackson Counties that cannot afford the normal fare for rides to their wellness activities.

Funded Programs: Rides to Wellness

Riverview Center
2600 Dodge St - Suite D-4, Dubuque 52003| 563.557.0310 | 705 South Dodge St, Galena 61036| 815.777.8155 | RiverviewCenter.org


Provides trainings for professionals to address the specific needs and concerns of youth related to sexual violence and provides free therapy services to survivors of sexual assault in Allamakee and Clayton counties.

Funded Programs: Violence Prevention Education, Therapy Services

Salvation Army
1099 Iowa St, Dubuque 52001 | 563.556.1573 | SalvationArmyUSA.org

The Salvation Army provides emergency relief to families and transients.

Funded Programs: Emergency Food Pantry

St. Mark's Youth Enrichment
1201 Locust St. Dubuque 52001 | 563.582.6211 l kkellogg@stmarkyouthenrichment.org

St. Mark’s Youth Enrichment provides before and after school and summer programs that address the growing social-emotional needs and broadens access for vulnerable students to obtain skills for academic achievement, setting them up for a lifetime of success.

Funded Programs: Social Emotional Programming

Substance Abuse Services Center
799 Main Street #110, Dubuque 52001 | 563.582.3784 | www.sasc-dbq.org info@sasc-dbq.org


Identifies and provides services to the high-risk youth population who are using or at risk of using alcohol and other related drugs and/or is impacted by their parents, siblings and/or friends substance use.

Funded Programs: High-Risk Youth Services

United Ways of Iowa
PO Box 316 Johnston, IA 50131 | 515.777.1501 | uwiowa.org


Foster Grandparents provides limited income volunteers, age 55 and over, a means to improve the school readiness and academic performance of children in need of special assistance in local public and private elementary schools, early education centers and summer enrichment programs.

Funded Programs: Foster Grandparent Program of Dubuque County

The Workshop
706 West St, PO Box 6087, Galena 61036 | 815.777.2211 | TheWorkshopGalena.org

Programs include vocational, educational, health/ wellness, community integration training and recreational opportunities to adults with disabilities to assist them in becoming active participants in the economics of the tri-state area.

Funded Programs: Comprehensive Vocational/Educational Training

United Way of Dubuque Area Tri-States Initiatives
215 W. 6th St, Dubuque 52001 | 563.588.1415 | UnitedWayDBQ.org

2-1-1 provides a 24/7 hotline for referrals and resources within Delaware, Dubuque and Jackson counties. Referrals are done by trained and certified Information and Referral Specialists.

Sprout Into Reading is run by Women United, an affinity group of United Way of Dubuque Area Tri-States. They target low-income youth ages birth to five and focus on direct distribution of books to these children through strategic partnerships.

Funded Initiatives: 2-1-1 Information & Referral; Foster Grandparents; Sprout Into Reading

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