We are privileged to work with a dedicated network of partner agencies that allow us to create collaborations that make an impact. By working together, we are addressing food security, access to healthcare, and directing community resources to community needs.
FREED Center for Independent Living offers services to people with disabilities: Personal assistant and housing referral, home fix-it, information and referral, peer support, advocacy, independent living skills, technology assistance, Senior Companions.
Community Beyond Violence provides a 24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter, safe-house, crisis intervention, counseling, emergency food and clothes, court, law enforcement advocacy and accompaniment, education, and support groups. (Formerly DVSAC)
Gold Country Community Services' programs include the Gold Country Community Center and the High Noon Senior Nutrition program. Building connections to and within Nevada County since 1976.
Hospice of the Foothills affirms life and promotes dignity at the end-of-life by providing professional, comprehensive, and compassionate care to its patients, their loved ones, and the community.
Hospitality House is a nonprofit community shelter for the homeless in Nevada County funded primarily by individual donations. The year-round shelter is a no tolerance safe haven. Those seeking shelter are offered three meals, along with laundry and shower facilities.
Interfaith Food Ministry feeds the hungry and works to reduce food insecurity in Nevada County, helping to sustain health, human dignity, and the opportunity for individuals to realize their full potential.
PiELL offers one-on-one tutoring at no charge. Educating and supporting clients in learning English as a second language and preparing for the U.S. Citizen exam.
Sierra Foothills AIDS Foundation provides comprehensive support service to people living with HIV/AIDS and their families; provides education and prevention services to the general public.
Sierra Forever Families/Stanford Youth Services provides permanent adoptive families for children waiting in foster care with a primary focus on those with special needs; supports successful adoptions through services and advocacy.
Sierra Community House provides hunger relief, legal aid, immigration assistance, and family-strengthening programs, as well as direct services to victims of intimate partner/domestic violence, sexual and child abuse. Sierra Community House is the result of the merger of Project MANA, North Tahoe Family Resource Center, Tahoe SAFE Alliance, and Family Resource Center of Truckee.
Sierra Nevada Children's Services provides childcare information and referral, administers childcare subsidy programs, and offers a wealth of resources on early care and development through parent and childcare provider workshops.
Sierra Senior Services develops strategies to meet senior needs, provides services that help promote healthy aging, works with community organizations to support senior programs and services.
Nevada County Habitat has built/provided homes to more than 38 families, housing over 160 individuals, including more than 100 children. There is a severe and growing affordable housing crisis in California and in our county. With more than 48% percent of Nevada County residents paying more than they can afford in housing costs, we know that we must do more.
Gold Country YMCA provides a safe, nurturing, and fun environment to engage the interests of all. The adventures are non-stop and the activities reinforce the values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility. Assistance, self-defense, and prevention education are also provided.
United Way of Nevada County
Physical: 202 Providence Mine Rd. Suite 107 Nevada City, CA 95959 ~ Mailing: P.O. Box 2733 Grass Valley, CA 95945
United Way of Nevada County is a 501(c) 3 organization
Tax ID# 68-0007201
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