301 McConnell Street
Stroudsburg, PA 18360
Pocono Mountains United Way
Stroudsburg, PA 18360
Fax - (570) 234-3469
Key Community Partners
American Red Cross of the Poconos, Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley, Family Promise of Monroe County, Monroe County Habitat for Humanity, Monroe County Meals on Wheels, Pleasant Valley Ecumenical Network, Pocono Area Transitional Housing, Pocono Services for Families and Children, Resources for Human Development, Stroud Regional Open Space and Recreation Commission, The Growing Place Childcare Centers, The Salvation Army – East Stroudsburg Corps, Women’s Resources of Monroe County, Inc.
Pocono Mountains United Way engages and mobilizes resources to improve lives through accelerated community change.
A community where everyone has ample opportunities for quality education, good health and financial stability.
Key Focus Areas
Pocono Mountains United Way focuses on the needs of the ALICE population – those who are Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed. Our programs focus on housing stability, information and referral, early childhood and Kindergarten readiness.
Tenant Eviction Mediation Program is a voluntary, confidential and free program where a mediator works with both landlords and tenants to identify their needs and help them negotiate a solution. Unlike the court system, landlords and tenants participating in mediation have more options to create a mutual agreement that is acceptable to all parties.
Provides free information and referral for human service needs in Monroe County, PA. Whether it’s information about local food pantries, accessing homeless shelters, public assistance programs, opioid abuse, availability of child care services, or other human service needs, Monroe County residents need only contact PoconoInfo to connect with a comprehensive database of local, state and federal health and human service programs available in our community. Trained call specialists will be on hand to answer questions and refer individuals in need to services that are available.
Supports children’s readiness for Kindergarten and promotes positive outcomes through referral to services where needed. The program provides developmental, vision, hearing, dental and speech screenings free of charge to children birth through age 5.