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United Way of Putnam County
1800 N. Perry St. Suite 109 P.O. Box 472
Ottawa, OH 45875


United Way Partner Agencies:

The following is the list of local agencies partnered with the United Way of Putnam County. Included in the list are the programs funded by United Way dollars. These agencies provide a wide range of services, are governed by volunteer boards and meet high standards of accountability. Each year, these agencies complete a new funding application and then interview with the United Way Allocations Committee. View a sample funding application by clicking here. For more information on any of the United Way Partner agencies, follow the links included below.

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United Way of Putnam County

P.O. Box 472
Ottawa, OH 45875
United Way of Putnam County, P.O. Box 472, Ottawa, OH 45875

American Red Cross, Putnam County unit  419-523-4810  http://www.putnamredcross.org/

Disaster Relief - prevention, preparedness and response, Community Training Classes, Military Services, and Blood Services. 

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Putnam County                419-523-4016      http://www.bbbswco.com/

Youth Mentoring: Matches at-risk youth with positive adult mentors in an effort to help them reach their full potential.

Boy Scouts of America, Black Swamp Area Council              800-686-4220      http://www.bsac449-bsa.org/

Scouting: Scouting: provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness.

Cancer Assistance Program (CAP)  419-523-4449  http://www.pccap.org/

Mileage reimbursement, and medication and medical supply assistance to cancer patients of Putnam County.

Challenged Champions Equestrian Center  419-456-3449  http://www.challengedchampions.com/

Therapeutic Riding and Equine Intervention for At-Risk Youth: providing physical, emotional, and mental rehabilitation.

Crime Victim Services  419-523-1111  http://www.crimevictimservices.org/

Victims Advocacy: Assistance to victims of crime, including 24-hour rape crisis and domestic violence response, emergency shelter, and support groups.

Family & Children First Council  419-523-5951  http://www.ohiofcf.org/

Wrap Around: Coordinates services for families with children with multiple needs, and The Parent Project: Provides free workshops for parents of high-risk youth.

Girl Scouts of Western Ohio  419-225-4085  http://www.girlscoutsofwesternohio.org/

Girl Scout Leadership Development: providing a safe and accepting all-girl environment conductive to the development of life skills.

HHWP Community Action Commission  419-523-5345  http://www.hhwpcac.org/

Emergency Prescription Assistance Program: Helps provide prescriptions to lower-income residents.

Ottawa Senior Citizens Association  419-523-5593  http://www.ottawaseniorcenter.org/

Senior Wellness and Lifestyle Enrichment: Enhances the lives of seniors from all of Putnam County.  Programs include fitness, education and recreation.

Putnam Co. Council on Aging  419-523-4121  http://www.putnamcouncilonaging.org/

Senior Transportation: Serves those 60 years and older, to enable them to remain independent in their own homes for as long as possible. 

Pathways Counseling Center  419-523-4300  http://www.pathwaysputnam.org/

Prevention Services: Provides education, skill building and alternative activities to encourage positive behavior and prevent the use of drugs and the abuse of alcohol; and Medication Stop Gap: Assists lower-income clients with prescription needs, and promoting independent living.

Putnam County Habitat for Humanity  419-523-9621  http://www.putnamohhabitat.org/

Housing Project, partners with families in need to build, own, and maintain simple, decent, affordable homes, all for the purpose of strengthening a sense of community.

Putnam County HomeCare & Hospice  419-523-4449  http://www.pchh.net/

Personal Care Aid, Homemaker and Respite: Assists with in-home care services to those unable to pay, and Hospice: provides end-of-life care, counseling, and bereavement services for families.

Putnam County YMCA  419-523-5233  http://www.putnamymca.org/

Open Doors program: Subsidizes the cost of membership and participation fees for those unable to pay. 

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