Thank you, Greater High Point!
At the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, United Way of Greater High Point established the UWGHP Emergency Relief Fund to aid residents impacted by COVID-19. By collaborating with our partner agencies and other local non-profits to determine ongoing needs, these funds have been distributed to help provide COVID-19 impact support to families, children, seniors and all in need throughout our community. The UWGHP Emergency Fund which was in place through May 31, 2020 allocated $241,019 through a grant process to qualified, local non-profits --- grants specifically designed to meet the emerging or unmet community needs, and support innovative solutions to local COVID-19 impact issues.
Thank you, Greater High Point, for responding to the call of action during these difficult times! The challenges of this pandemic have tested the resilience of our community and your compassion to help others who are struggling is a testimony of hope.
The United Way of Greater High Point funds programs at 27 partner agencies, serving High Point, Archdale, Trinity, and Jamestown. Each United Way funded program at our 27 agencies falls into our building blocks to success: Education, Financial Stability, and Health. To see how we decide where the dollars go and real stories of changes, visit our Dollars at Work page.
Alcohol & Drug Services
Provides prevention, intervention, and outpatient behavioral health (substance misuse, mental health, physical health) services to individuals , families and the community.
American Red Cross, Greater High Point-Davidson Chapter
Helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies through disaster relief & readiness, blood collection & testing, lifesaving training and military emergency communications.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Central Piedmont
We provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1-to-1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater High Point
Afterschool & summer programs for youth ages 6-18 in: Education & Career Development, Health & Life Skills, Arts, Character & Leadership Development and Sports, Fitness & Recreation.
Boy Scouts of America, Old North State Council
1-800-367-9166 or 336-378-9166 www.bsaonsc.org
Programs for boys ages 5 to 18 and co-eds 14 to 21. Scouting offers adventure, leadership skills, and STEM programs.
Community Clinic of High Point
Provides acute care and chronic disease management for the low-income uninsured of the Greater High Point community.
Communities in Schools of High Point
A dropout prevention program that surrounds students with a community of support empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.
Communities in Schools of Randolph County
Surrounds students in the Archdale-Trinity area with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.
Family Service of the Piedmont
336-889-6161 (High Point or Jamestown) www.safeandhealthyfamilies.com
Promoting safe and healthy lives for individuals and families dealing with issues of mental health, domestic violence, child abuse and financial stability.
Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont
Girl Scouts serves girls ages 5-17. Our mission is to build girls of courage, character and confidence who make the world a better place.
Hospice of the Piedmont
Provides end-of-life answers and professional care for individuals of all ages dealing with a life-limiting illness as well as grief counseling support for families.
Mental Health Associates of the Triad
Promotes good mental health through service provision, advocacy for issues affecting the mentally ill and community outreach. Services include rehabilitation, outpatient and court services.
One Step Further
Offers adult/youth mediation, life skills/conflict resolution training, placements for community services, victim restitution & Teen Court services.
Open Door Ministries
Helps individuals and families meet immediate financial and housing needs, and offers programs that educate, counsel, house and connect to resources.
Piedmont Health Services and Sickle Cell Agency
1-800-733-8297 or 336-886-2437 www.piedmonthealthservices.org
Provides outreach, screening, prevention education and access to health care for individuals with high-risk health problems.
Randolph County Family Crisis Center, Archdale-Trinity Office
Crisis Line: 336-431-0072 Business Line: 336-434-5590 www.randolphfcc.org
Provides domestic violence and sexual assault advocacy for adults and children. Offers emergency shelter, support groups and parenting classes. Operates a crisis line 24/7.
Randolph Senior Adults Association
Archdale Senior Center 336-431-1938 www.senioradults.org
Provides services to seniors including: congregate and home-delivered meals, transportation, adult day care, outreach and information & assistance.
The Arc of High Point336-883-0650 www.arcofhp.org
Provides advocacy, education, & support in the areas of job training, and recreation to individuals with intellectual & developmental disabilities.
The Salvation Army of High Point
Provides emergency assistance for rent, utilities, heating, emergency shelter, transitional living and children’s programs.
The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club of High Point
A youth development organization for after school and summer that helps youth to become responsible citizens through structured educational, recreational, and social activities with a spiritual emphasis.
Senior Resources of Guilford
336-884-6981 Senior Line Information and Assistance
Promotes independent living through information & referral, nutrition & activity programs, medical transportation, caregiver education, Senior Health Insurance Information Program and support to senior refugees.
Triad Health Project
Provides practical & emotional support to people infected with or affected by HIV/AIDS, plus prevention education and free/confidential HIV/STI testing for the entire community.
YMCA of High Point
Carl and Linda Grubb Family Branch
Offers wellness center, basketball gymnasium, indoor pool & splash pad, childcare and locker rooms. Programs include:
sports, afterschool care, senior wellness and summer day camp.
Carl Chavis Branch
Provides a 5-star state licensed childcare center serving infants through age 12 & a sports complex offering
state-of-the-art facilities. After school care and summer camp for youth.
Hartley Drive Family Branch
Offers indoor pool, basketball gyms, racquetball, wellness center and locker rooms. Programs include: sports,
afterschool care, senior wellness & summer day camp.
Outpatient programs include counseling, medication management and diagnostic assessment. Services for critical situations are residential treatment, group living for children ages 11 and under, intensive in-home services and foster care.
YWCA of High Point
336-882-4126 www.ywcahp.comServes women and families in the community through eight core program areas: Aquatics & Wellness, Adolescent Parenting, Social Justice, Studio Art, Women’s Resource Center, Latino Family Center, Youth Services and the new Teaching Kitchen.