Through initiatives and collaborations, the Heart of Illinois United brings together nonprofit organizations, schools, business, labor and government to address critical health and human care needs in central Illinois.
S3 offers local students, and their families, in-school social services focused on prevention, intervention and case management.
Healthy Minds, Healthy Neighborhoods provides neighborhood-based educational sessions addressing five key areas of social-emotional health.
Survivors of a natural disaster need concise calming and coping strategies to help for both short and long-term needs. To identify and respond to local emotional health needs, the Heart of Illinois United Way has produced the book, Rebuilding Hope after a Natural Disaster: Pathways to Emotional Healing and Recovery.
The Continuum of Care focuses on ending homelessness by ensuring access to permanent, safe and affordable housing.
2-1-1 provides information and referral to local health and human care programs in Peoria, Tazewell, Woodford, Marshall, Putnam, and Stark counties.
The Heart of Illinois United Way Community Assessment highlights critical needs in the Peoria region focused on education, financial stability and health.