Affiliate Agencies

River Region United Way's 40+ affiliate agencies serve all people within the River Region, offering essential social support from pre-birth to end of life services.

 Affiliate Agencies Focusing on Education, Financial Stability and Health


2-1-1 Connects South Central Alabama
101 Coliseum Blvd., Montgomery, AL 36109
phone 2-1-1 or 1-888-421-1266  |  fax 334.264.9182

Managed by HandsOn River Region, which operates the 2-1-1 telephone system and connects people to health & human services information and referrals.



Aid to Inmate Mothers
660 Morgan Avenue, Montgomey, AL 36104
phone 334.262.2245  |  fax 334.262.2296

Offers visits with children, family outreach, education and support services to inmate mothers, and aftercare to promote success in transition from prison to community life.


American Cancer Society
3054-C McGehee Road, Montgomery, AL 36111
phone 334.288.3432 | fax 334.612.8181  

The nationwide community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer through its mission of prevention, education, research and service.


American Heart Association
1449 Medical Park Avenue., Birmingham, AL 35213
phone 205.510.1524

By 2020, to improve the cardiovascular health of all Americans by 20% while reducing deaths from cardiovascular diseases and strokes by 20%.


American Red Cross of Central Alabama
5015 Woods Crossing, Montgomery, AL 36106
phone 334.260.3980  |  fax 334.260.4070

A humanitarian organization led by volunteers which provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people prevent, prepare for, and respond to disasters.


ARC of Eastern Elmore County
P.O. Box 847, Wetumpka, AL 36092
phone 334.514.0708 
|  fax 334.514.4455

Providing residential and day habilitation services to adults with intellectual disabilities to enable them to become as independent as possible.


Autauga/West Elmore Association of Retarded Citizens
298 Jay Street, Prattville, AL 36066
phone 334.365.4054 | fax 334.361.0335

Training prepares adults with mental retardation for fullest possible participation in their community. Provides adult residential program and early intervention for children with disabilities 0-3 years.


Boy Scouts of America, Tukabatchee Area Council
3067 Carter Hill Road, Montgomery, AL 36111
phone 334.262.2697 | fax 334.834.6521

Youth service organization serving youth ages 6-20 through Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, venturing, exploring and learning for life based on Scout Oath and Law.


Boys & Girls Clubs of the River Region
West End: 220 Crenshaw Street, phone 334.263.3371
Trenholm Court: 428 S.Union Street, phone 334.386.3055
Chisholm: 2612 Lower Wetumpka Road, phone 334.265.2469
Central Office: phone 334.832.4288  |  fax 334.832.4289

Three facilities providing after-school programs in health, life-skills, citizenship, leadership development, educational and career exploration, sports, fitness and recreation and the arts for children and youth, ages 6 to 18.



Brantwood Children's Home
1309 Upper Wetumpka Road, Montgomery, AL 36107
phone 334.265.0784  |  fax 334.265.9701

Serving Alabama’s abused, neglected, homeless youth since 1917. Providing a loving, protective home that includes an on-site school, drug free living and job readiness programs.


Catholic Social Services
4455 Narrow Lane Road, Montgomery, AL  36116
phone 334.288.8890  |  fax 334.288.9322

Assists with emergency utilities, food, clothing, counseling, domestic/ international pregnancy support services, medication assistance, services to frail elderly, immigration resources.


Chemical Addictions Program (CAP)
1153 Air Base Blvd., Montgomery, AL 36108
phone 334.269-2150  |  fax 334.265.0475

Provides residential and out-patient chemical dependency treatment for adults and outpatient treatment for adolescents who are substance abusers or have become chemically dependent.


Child Protect
935 S. Perry Street, Montgomery, AL 36104
phone  334.262.1220  |  fax 334.262.2252

Provides a non-threatening site where child victims can relate their abuse to interviewers who help minimize the trauma. A multi-disciplinary team provides appropriate action.


Children's Center of Montgomery
310 N. Madison Terrace, Montgomery, AL  36107
phone 334.262.4850  |  fax 334.262.4853


Serves disabled students from birth through age twenty-one. All students are physically and mentally challenged. Services include academic, medical, physical and occupational therapy, speech, and language.


Community Action Agency of Central Alabama
504 Autauga Street, Wetumpka, AL 36092
phone 334.567.4361
  |  fax 334.567.0755

Operates programs that help address needs and provide benefits to Head Start children and elderly persons. Education is a priority. Energy efficiency for health/ safety.


Easter Seals Camp ASCCA
P.O. Box 21, 5278 Camp ASCCA Drive, Jackson's Gap, AL 36861
phone 256.825.9226 
  |  toll free 1.800.843.2267

Easter Seals Camp ASCCA provides year-round camping, recreation, and outdoor education opportunities for people with disabilities.


Easter Seals Central Alabama
2125 E. South Boulevard, Montgomery, AL  36116
phone 334.288.0240  |  fax 334.288.7171

A comprehensive rehabilitation center providing life enhancing programs including speech, vocational evaluation, employment services and skills training for the disabled including the deaf.


Family Guidance Center of Alabama
2358 Fairlane Drive, Montgomery, AL  36116
phone 334.270.4100  |  fax 334.270.4104

Counseling services for families, Big Brothers/ Big Sisters Program, Parenting Institute, family services, Travelers Aid, Child Care Management program, Family Coaches program, Senior Services.


Family Sunshine Center
P.O. Box 5160, Montgomery, AL 36103
Crisis Line: 334.263.0218 or toll free 1.800.650.6522
1.800.787.3224 (hearing impaired)
phone 334.206.2100  |  fax 334.206.2111

Assists victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Services include a 24-hour hotline, safe shelter, counseling, advocacy, & school-based prevention programs.


Family Support Center
113 West Main Street, Prattville, AL 36067
phone 334.361.4703  |  fax 334.361.4747

A non-profit agency which provides free programs focused at improving the quality of life in children and families through education, advocacy and employment.


Gift of Life Foundation
1348 Carmichael Way, Montgomery, AL 36106
phone 334.272.1820  |  fax 334.272.4614

Provides prenatal care and education to low income families through various systems of family health services focusing on maternal and child healthcare.


Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama
145 Coliseum Blvd., Montgomery, AL 36109
phone 334.272.9164  |  fax 334.272.6574

Girl Scouts offers its leadership development program to build girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.


Goodwill Industries of Central Alabama
900 Air Base Blvd., Montgomery, AL 36196
phone 334.263.4633  |  fax 334.263.5817

Provides training, vocational rehabilitation, and employment opportunities for people with disabilities or other vocational problems that create barriers to competitive employment.



HandsOn River Region
101 Coliseum Blvd., Montgomery, AL 36109
phone 334.264.3335 and 334. 264.4636  |  fax 334.264.9182

Coordinates volunteer efforts by bringing people and community needs together to solve local problems.


Health Services, Inc.
4178 Lomac Street, Montgomery, AL 36106
phone 334.263.2301  |  fax 334.263.0881

Provides access to primary health care services, particularly for the indigent, underinsured & uninsured in order to enhance the quality of life.


Hospice of Montgomery
1111 Holloway Park, Montgomery, AL 36117
phone 334.279.6677  |  fax 334.277.2223

A non-profit healthcare organization that provides in-home physical, emotional, spiritual and bereavement services to terminally ill patients and families regardless of their ability to pay.


Lighthouse Counseling Center
1415 East South Boulevard, Montgomery, AL  36116
phone 334.286.5980  |  fax 334.286.5993

Provides intensive outpatient treatment for substance abuse, housing for qualified homeless persons, specialized women’s programs, 24-hour crises intervention for sexual assault victims and HIV education.


Mary Ellen's Hearth at Nellie Burge
1226 Clay Street, Montgomery, AL 36104
phone 334.264.4108
  |   fax 334.264.1295

Provides transitional shelter for homeless women with children, along with Federal nutrition, adult basic education, senior meals, education, advocacy and support.


Maxwell-Gunter Youth Activities
42nd MSG/SVYY-G (Gunter)
220 S. Turner Boulevard, Maxwell AFB, AL 36114
phone 334.416-3436 | fax 334.416-3004

Provides developmentally appropriate organized programs to military youth, which includes sports, instructional, social, school age and summer programs.



Medical Outreach Ministries
1401 East South Blvd., Montgomery, AL 36111
phone 334.281.8008  |  fax 334.558.0357

Offers free primary healthcare and prescriptions to low-income citizens not eligible for Medicaid or Medicare.


Mental Health America in Montgomery
208 Gunn Road, Montgomery, AL 36117
phone 334.262.5500  |  fax 334.262.1576

Agency through which volunteers work to improve conditions for mentally ill and educate about mental health and mental illness.


Montgomery Area Council On Aging
115 E. Jefferson Street, Montgomery, AL 36104
phone 334.263.0532  |  fax 334.240-6769

Assists senior citizens by providing services to promote independent living, offering opportunities to enhance their quality of life, and increasing community awareness of senior issues.


Montgomery Association for Retarded Citizens (MARC)
527 Buckingham Drive, Montgomery, AL 36116
phone 334.281-6938  |  fax 334.286.9102

Serves individuals with mental retardation and developmental delays through infant early intervention, adult day training and residential services to promote independence and daily living skills.


MANE (Montgomery Area Non-Traditional Equestrians)
3699 Wallahatchie Road, Pike Road, AL 36064
phone 334.213.0909 
|   fax 334.213.0902

Nationally accredited therapeutic riding center providing medically appropriate therapeutic horseback riding opportunities to children and adults with physical, cognitive, social, emotional, or behavioral disabilities.


PASS: Peers Are Staying Straight (THE NOBLE IDEA)
1820 Glynwood Drive, Suite D, Prattville, AL 36066
phone 334.358.4900
  |   fax 334.358.4909

Promotes intolerance to drug use, violence, or risky behaviors in the youth of Autauga County, Alabama and the community, especially targeting high-risk populations.


Salvation Army
900 Bell Street, Montgomery, AL 36104
phone 334.265.0281  |  fax 334.265.3092

Provides emergency food, clothing shelter, community feeding program; Christmas food, clothing, toys; referrals; character building programs meeting social, educational, moral, spiritual needs; counseling; summer camps.


SAYNO in the Montgomery Area
492 S. Court Street, Montgomery, AL 36104
phone 334.265.1821  |  fax 334.264.5154

Advocates for a drug-free society using community partnerships, programs and activities to address substance and alcohol abuse and other issues, particularly among youth.


Sickle Cell Foundation of Greater Montgomery
3180 U. S. Highway 80 West, Montgomery, AL 36108
phone 334.286.9122  |  fax 334.286.4804

Provides education, screening, counseling, and referral services in preventing and treating Sickle Cell disease. Hosts support group gatherings for anemia and trait victims.


The Second Chance Foundation
810 Cedar Street, Montgomery, AL 36106
phone 334.263.9733
  |  fax 33.263.9031

Day treatment and remediation services for youth expelled from school. Individual, group, and family counseling, academic remediation, life skills classes, community service, structure and support.


YMCA of Greater Montgomery
YMCA of Montgomery
880 South Lawrence Street, Montgomery, AL 36104
phone 334.269.4362  |  fax 334.269.4836

YMCA of Wetumpka
200 Red Eagle Drive, Wetumpka,AL 36092
phone 334.567.8282
  |  fax 334.567-5910

YMCA of Millbrook
4700 Camp Grandview Rd, Millbrook, AL 36054
phone 334.290.9622 | fax 334.285.5935


Building character; making a difference; changing lives of kids, families and communities through health and human service programs that promote healthy spirit, mind and body.


YMCA of Prattville
600 Main Street, Prattville, AL 36067
phone 334.365.8852  |  fax 334.361.0569

Provides a variety of spiritual, physical and character development programs for children and adults focusing on youth with activities involving respect, caring, honesty and responsibility.