Community Partnerships

ALICE, an acronym which stands for Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed, represents the growing number of individuals and families who are working, but are unable to afford the basic necessities of housing, food, child care, health care, and transportation.

See the NYS ALICE Report for complete information.

Check out the interactive ALICE website.

Federal government grant program to support food pantries and emergency
shelters throughout Ulster County.

Designated federal, foundation, and individual donations administered by United Way to support housing, utility, food, health, transportation and other emergency needs of local residents.

For more information contact the United Way at 331–4199.

A regional United Way initiative that provides telephone and web service information and referral to over 2,000 programs and services that help people in Ulster County. Open 24/7 with trained operators. (

United Way works with local post offices and the National Association of Letter Carriers union members to coordinate food distribution to food pantries throughout Ulster County.

For more information: Click here.

United Way works with local schools and agencies to implement evidence-based substance abuse prevention programs for youth. Click to learn more.

United Way coordinates free tax preparation services for low-wage workers to increase the number receiving the Earned Income Tax Credit.