Ensuring that all children and adults are mentally and physically healthy and in a safe environment
These are the programs funded through the United Way of Norman from July 2015 - June 2016
American Red Cross
Disaster Readiness & Response
Outreach & Prevention
Sexual Abuse Counseling
Community After School Program, CASP, Inc.
Be Fit Club
Center for Children and Families, Inc.
Healing and Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect
Cleveland County CASA
Court Appointed Special Advocates
Food For Thought
Pantry Partners Training Program
Grief Counseling and Support
Mary Abbott Children’s House
Norman Addiction Information & Counseling
Adult and Family Addiction Treatment and Education
Adolescent Addiction and Treatment
Parents Helping Parents
Health and Wellness
Women’s Resource Center
Family Violence Shelter
Rape Crisis Center
United Way of Norman manages the following initiatives to fill gaps between community needs and agency response.
FamilyWize Prescription Discount Card
FamilyWize cards are FREE prescription drug discount cards. Available for use by anyone in the community, the cards can reduce the cost of medicine by an average of 30% or more at participating pharmacies.
Long Term Recovery
The recovery process following a disaster can be lengthy and expensive. Long term recovery continues community redevelopment after short term efforts immediately following the disaster have ended. Long term recovery presents opportunities to restructure the devastated region and simultaneously make it more disaster resistant.
Reita Babek | Norman Regional Health System
Erin Colwell | The McKinney Partnership
Tara Douglass | Cleveland County Health Department
Betsy Gunn | Community Volunteer
Jill Hazeldine | Hazeldine Consulting
Stephanie McGinnis | Norman Regional Health System
Linda McKinney | Community Volunteer
Shaun Mendez | OKC Boathouse Foundation
Carolyn Morgan | University of Oklahoma Honors College
Justin Noel | YMCA
Kira Switzer | Consultant
Ann Way | Community Volunteer