Welcome to the United Way of Ulster County

We believe that it is the right of every individual in Ulster County to have programs and services available to
help them achieve their greatest potential.

What We Did Last Year

$751,197 was provided by the United Way of Ulster County to local community programs helping people in need
1,700 children benefited from quality child care, after-school and summer programming
19,515 Ulster County households utilized United Way's 211 telephone service and website to find needed services
1,400 adults and youth learned new job skills
800 families received mental health services that increased family stability
923 families avoided homelessness and hospitalization by receiving housing, utility and emergency assistance

Spotlight on Programs

United Way of Ulster County supports programs that provide affordable childcare, housing and emergency assistance, literacy training, mental health services, parent education, substance abuse prevention, and vocational training.

Do You Know ALICE?

ALICE: Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed

People for which the cost of living outpaces what they earn.

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