FamilyWize Prescription Drug Discount Cards are being distributed by UWPC. This card could lower the cost of medicine by an average of 35%. United Way of Paulding County is providing these cards free of charge to everyone in the community. There are no age restrictions, no income restrictions, no limit on how many times you can use it and no waiting to get a card. Contact us to recieve your card, with no questions asked.
Earn While You Learn:
Provides classes to their clients in order to help them learn how to care for themselves and their unborn child. Then after birth, the care for their newborn babies. This program seeks to establish long-term relationships with their clients and help them with their material needs.
Project Respect is a program that educates students on healthy relationships, abstinence, and dangers of having premarital sex.
Website: CPC Women’s Health Resource
West Ohio Food Bank
Food insecurity is one factor in an exceedingly complex equation. A family experiencing food insecurity is often struggling to pay for rent, utilities, medical care and other essential needs—and making difficult trade offs that compromise their health while perpetuating a vicious cycle of instability.
The true face of hunger is a mother working two jobs, children struggling to learn on an empty stomach, a father skipping a meal so his children can eat. Hunger is not a problem that we can easily see, perhaps because its stigma causes people to hide their need. But research shows that many hardworking individuals are increasingly relying on food banks as a part of their long-term strategies to put food on the table. Food-insecure individuals do not have regular access to enough nutritious food for a healthy, active life. These families, employees, veterans, students, children and senior citizens are the people the West Ohio Food Bank serves. West Ohio Food Bank
Paulding County Senior Center
Senior Meal Program:
Provides meals to seniors citizens five days a week in a formal dining room setting so seniors can socialize and interact with other seniors. A senior can also receive a meal at home if homebound. Monthly evening activities are planned along with scheduled activities that are entertaining or health and education related.
Address:401 E Jackson St, Paulding, OH
Phone: (419) 399-3650
Facebook: Paulding County Senior Center
This program supports early literacy. It provides one free book a month to any child in Paulding county that are 0 to 5 years of age. The age appropriate book gets mailed to the child’s home and is addressed to them each month.
Summer Food Service Program:
Serves a free healthy lunch for all children 1-18 years old, five days a week for ten weeks during the summer. Each day fun activities are also scheduled. With a large number of students eligible for free or reduced school lunches in our community there is huge need to provide this service when the kids are out of school.
This programs provides classes, coaching, and matched savings to help individuals meet their goals.
Address: 401 E. Jackson Street, Paulding, OH 45879
Community Health Professionals is available 24/7 to provide healthcare for hospice patients in the comfort of their own home, diminishing the number of readmits to the hospital and giving the patients quality of life with their loved ones. CHP cares for patients, even if they are unable to pay.
Skilled Patient Care:
Provides skilled nursing, personal care aides, social services, as well as speech, occupational and physical therapy under the direction of the patient’s physician. CHP provides home health services so clients can remain safely in their home and achieve improved independence and health.
Address: 250 Dooley Drive, Suite A, Paulding, Ohio 45879