Mental Health

One in four people
is affected by
a mental illness.

Mental health is one of the top concerns
affecting families. Our programs include counseling, mental health screenings and more.

Our Impact in 2023


individuals received mental health services such as crisis counseling and intervention


Mental Health Services


Mental Health Screenings


Psychosocial Support Services

Partners & Programs

Alabama Kidney Foundation
Aletheia House
The Amelia Center
American Cancer Society
Blount County Children’s Center
Bold Goals Coalition for Student Mental Health
Butterfly Bridge Children’s Advocacy Center
Catholic Family Services
Central Alabama Wellness
Children’s of Alabama
Concerned Citizens for Our Youth

Crisis Center
Daybreak – Family Resource Center of NW Alabama
Family Sunshine Center
Fellowship House
Impact Family Counseling
Lakeside Hospice
Oasis Counseling for Women and Children
Shelby County Children’s Advocacy Center – Owens House
St. Clair Children’s Advocacy Center – The Children’s Place
YWCA of Central Alabama

Latest News

Highlights from UWCA’s 2023 Annual Report

United Way of Central Alabama’s 100th year was one to remember.

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The ‘Invaluable’ Work of United Way 2-1-1 Specialists

United Way of Central Alabama 2-1-1 call specialists responded to more than 27,000 calls in 2023

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Women United Panel Addresses Changing Attitudes about Substance Use Disorder and Access to Recovery

Women United members discussed the prevalence of substance use disorder, the barriers to recovery and how UWCA is helping.

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