Who We Help

Three out of every four families in Rome & Floyd County are touched by United Way supported agencies

  • More than 80 families to find safe affordable day care. (Cave Spring Day Care, Rebecca Blaylock Child Care Development Center)
  • More than 40 seniors to receive quality adult health support each day. (Mercy Senior Care, Senior Adult Recreation Center)
  • More than 100 families received basic needs after a devastating home fire. (American Red Cross, Community Info Line)
  • More than 40 men and women to reach sobriety through a residential rehabilitation program. (STAR house)
  • More than 500 children have a safe, positive place to go after school. (Boys & Girls Club)
  • More than 370 youth were able to attend a variety of summer day camps. (Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, YMCA)
  • More than 170 people to find shelter and more than 5000 to receive a hot meal. (Salvation Army)
  • More than 50 families to live without fear of domestic violence and more than 30 boys and girls without a home to have a caring place to call home. (Hospitality House, Open Door Home)
  • More than 49 people with developmental issues were able to attend an on the job training center. (Network Day Service Center)

Agencies that receive United Way funds

American Red Cross
Disaster assistance to families in their time of need
112 John Maddox Drive, Rome, GA 30165
706-291-6648


Boy Scouts Northwest Georgia council
Leadership and Citizen development programs for boys
PO Box 1442, Rome, GA 30165
706-235-5545


Boys and Girls Clubs of Northwest Georgia
A positive place for kids
Po Box 2939, Rome, GA 30161
706-234-8591


Family Resource Center
Parent aide services, supervised visitation and parenting classes
PO Box 168, Rome, GA 30165
706-290-0764


Girl Scouts
Leadership and citizen development programs for girls
4688 Roland Hayes Parkway, Calhoun, GA 30701
404-929-1988


Hospitality House
Women’s shelter for victims of domestic violence and their children
PO Box 5163, Rome, GA 30162
706-235-4608


Mercy Senior Care
Programs for senior citizens
212 W. Third St., Rome, GA 30162
706-291-8496


Open Door Home
A residential child care center for children coming from deprived, neglectful and abusive situations
P.O. Box 2367, Rome, GA 30164
706-232-6662


Salvation Army
Emergency assistance to persons who are temporarily without financial means
PO Box 5186, Rome, GA 30162
706-291-4745


YMCA
Provides services and facilities related to the goals of educational, social and physical development
810 E. Second Ave., Rome, GA 30161
706-232-2468


Cave Spring Day Care
Early childhood development programs
PO Box 365, Cave Spring, GA 30124
706-777-8641


Network Day Services Center
Programs that add to the quality of life for adults facing challenges presented by developmental delay and mental retardation
402 W. 10th St., Rome, GA 30161
706-291-2580


Rebecca Blaylock Child Development Center
Offers a creative curriculum for early childhood development ages 6 weeks to 12 years of age
608 Graham St., Rome, GA 30162
706-234-5159


Senior Adult Recreation Center
Provides senior adults with opportunities for recreational, educational and socialization programs and services
1525 Kingston Road, Rome, GA 30161
706-234-0383


STAR House
Assists men and women with addiction related problems to achieve sobriety and reenter the community
212 N. Fifth Ave., Rome, GA 30165
706-204-8135


House of the Children Academy
Child care for low-income working families
141 E. 14th St., Rome, GA 30162
706-235-5289


Rome/Floyd County Commission on Children
Partnering with agencies and families to ensure that Floyd County’s children grow up to be productive citizens.
PO Box 244, Rome, GA 30162-0244
706-232-0703


SummitQuest
Providing strength, hope, and service to children and families affected by cancer.
PO Box 1135, Rome, GA 30162

706-857-8820