Together, we fight for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in every community. We are here to help create pathways to success for our community. Whether your family needs help with taxes, prescription savings, emergency assistance, food, housing, counseling, or any health or human service, our resources will link you to the help you need to take control of your circumstances.
The 211 Contact Center provides information and referral to health and human service agencies utilizing the VIA LINK Community Resource Directory. Available 24/7 by dialing 211.
FamilyWize The pharmacy discount card is free for everyone. Whether or not you have health insurance coverage, you are eligible to begin saving on your prescription medications today.
Our listing of community partners offers health related, educational or financial stability resources that will link you to the help you need to take control of your circumstances.
Hospitality Cares Louisiana Hospitality Foundation and United Way of Southeast Louisiana partnered to create Hospitality Cares, a crisis grant program offering emergency financial assistance to individuals working in the hospitality industry.
United Way’s Individual Development Account (IDA) Project is a matched savings account program helping low income individuals purchase long-term assets.
Unemployment, even temporary, is one of the most difficult experiences to endure, especially if it affects your entire family’s income. Knowing where to turn can reduce the impact. This resources packet will link you to the help you need to take control of your circumstances.
If your household earned less than $66,000 in 2018, you can file both your federal and state returns for free using MyFreeTaxes.com. This is the only free, national, online tax filing product offered by a nonprofit. United Way has made it available to over 100 million U.S. taxpayers as part of our fight for the financial stability of every person in every community.
Jefferson, Orleans, Plaquemines, St. Bernard, St. Tammany and Tangipahoa parishes have been awarded Federal funds made available through the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency in the amount of $1,370,232. Funds must be used to supplement food, shelter, rent-mortgage & utility assistance efforts in ongoing programs to assist people with economic emergencies unrelated to disasters.