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Care for the Caregiver: Beth’s Story

“Each day, it seems I have to re-invent the best way to care for Mom,” said Beth, whose mother has Alzheimer’s Disease. But with the help of  some United Way-funded support programs for caregivers, Beth says she has “new hope and promise that Alzheimer’s Disease […]

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Day of Action June 21

United Way’s June 21 Day of Action is your opportunity to LIVE UNITED with United Way by volunteering to improve education, financial stability and health in Tarrant County. Multiple volunteer activities and educational opportunities will be available at several locations. The Community Enrichment Center (CEC), […]

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Arlington Luncheon Showcases Partnerships

The April 12 United Way-Arlington Report to the Community Luncheon at Mediterranean Villa celebrated how a collaborative spirit and problem-solving partnerships make Arlington a community that comes together to advance the education, financial stability and health of Arlington citizens. Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams (shown here) spoke […]

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Chronic Disease: Raising the Bar for All

While Tarrant County residents in general face many significant barriers to health, chronic conditions and the factors that lead to them can be more common or severe for certain groups. An April 11 seminar sponsored by United Way, its Area Agency on Aging and others […]

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