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Midyear Stats 2022

May 23, 2022

Impact at a Glance


Early Learners
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507 Children

served by community agencies making up the Early Learners Collaborative (ELC) to support their healthy development

221 Preventative Health Screenings

provided for children and their adult caregivers as part of a holistic set of services provided by partners

6,928 Children

(ages 0-5) benefiting from early childhood sites participating in VA Quality care training and improvement efforts

798 Children

were connected with quality childcare across the region through the Smart2Start coordinated enrollment system

Successful Youth
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7 Youth-Serving Programs

working together under the Strengthening Youth Opportunities for Success (SYOS) umbrella to ensure access to quality programming for students of all ages

500 Students

in after-school programs that help youth identify strengths, build healthy decision-making skills and set them up for success

175 Students

received additional onsite mental health services at partnering afterschool programs

100% Middle/High School

students served offered employment and skill training

Healthy Adults & Community Resource Hub
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110 Individuals

collectively supported by 6 community partners towards gaining family sustaining employment through Onramp

346 Households

in the Roanoke Valley connected to various community services to help remove barriers to health and self-sufficiency

24 Community Health Workers

trained and deployed in partnership with 7 organizations to serve the holistic needs to families as part of the Community Resource Hub

Over 6,000 Contacts

made at workplaces, events and other community settings on vaccine education and hesitancy

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I hope people see the collaborative model that United Way has instituted and understand how nonprofits are working together to reduce redundancy and waste, and to serve families from a holistic perspective."

Michelle Davis, CEO, Boys & Girls Club of Southwest Virginia

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