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COMMUNITY PARTNERS

Note that the agencies you are about to contact sometimes change staff members and we may not always be aware of the new person to call. That should not keep you from helping them out. In fact, it’s all the more reason to give them a hand. If you run into this, don’t worry! Feel free to check online at slpro.ua.edu for updates or to call the Cen- ter for Service & Leadership (CSL) at 205-348-2865.

 

ALABAMA DISABILITIES ADVOCACY PROGRAM

Mission: To provide quality, legally-

based advocacy services to Alabam- ians with disabilities in order to protect, promote, and expand their rights.

Phone: 205-348-4928

Email: adap@adap.ua.edu Address: 526 Martha Parham West, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487

ALABAMA INSTITUTE FOR DEAF AND BLIND (AIDB) TUSCALOOSA REGIONAL CENTER

Mission: To serve as a primary

source for referrals to all kinds of resources for people who are deaf and blind in the area.

Phone: 205-345-2883

Email: mcgee.jan@aidb.state.al.us Address: 2412 Skyland Blvd. E, Tus- caloosa, AL 35405

Contact: Jan McGee

ALACARE HOME HEALTH & HOSPICE

Mission: To provide patients with the highest level of skilled nursing, rehabilitative, palliative, and hospice care available in the most cost-effec- tive environment-the patient’s own home.

Phone: 205-345-5145

Email: carla.hutchinson@alacare. com

Address: 5710 Watermelon Road, Northport, AL 35473

Contact: Carla Hutchinson

 

AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION

Mission: To prevent and cure dia- betes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.

Phone: 205-870-5172

Email: vfall@diabetes.org

Address: 3918 Montclair Road, Suite 218, Birmingham, AL 35213

THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY

Mission Statement: The American Cancer Society is the nationwide, community-based, voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminat- ing cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives, and diminishing suffering from cancer, through research, education, advocacy, and service.

Phone: 205-758-0700

Address: 2132 McFarland Blvd E, Suite C, Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35404 www.cancer.org

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION

Mission Statement: Building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.

Phone: 205-510-1500; Fax: 205-510-

1501

Email: GSAWestAL@heart.org Address: 1449 Medical Park Drive,

Birmingham, AL 35213  Contact Person: Iralyn Sumerel www.heart.org

 

 

ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION

Mission Statement: The mission of the Arthritis Foundation is to

improve lives through leadership in the prevention, control and cure of arthritis and related diseases.

Phone: 205-979-5700; Fax: 205-

979-4172

Email: kkitchens@arthritis.org Address: 500 Office Park Drive, Suite 200, Birmingham, AL 35223 www.arthritis.org

ARTS ‘N AUTISM

Mission: To provide after school and therapy based activities for children, adolescents, and young adults with autism.

Phone: 205-247-4990

Email: JanSikes@me.com

Address: PO Box 20111, Tuscaloosa, AL 35405

Contact: Jan Sikes

AUTISM SOCIETY OF ALABAMA (ASA)

Mission: To improve services for individual with autism spectrum disorder and their families through education and advocacy.

Phone: 205-951-1364

Email: lauren@autism-alabama.org Address: 4217 Dolly Ridge Rd, Bir- mingham, AL 35243

Contact: Lauren Reid

BREWER PORCH CHILDREN’S CENTER

Mission Statement: The Center’s programs are closely linked to Ala- bama’s three missions of Service, Teaching, and Research.

Phone: 205-348-7236; Fax: 205-

348-9368

Email: ross.grimes@ua.edu  Address: 2501 Woodland Road, Tus- caloosa, AL 35487-0156

Contact Person: Dr. Ross Grimes http://bpcc.ua.edu/

CAMP FIRE

Mission Statement: Young people  Â Â Â Â Â Â 

want to shape the world. Camp Fire

provides the opportunity to find their spark, lift their voice, and discover who they are. In Camp Fire, it begins now. Light the fire within.

Phone: 205-428-1059; Fax: 205-

428-5405

Address: 5150 Fletcher Road, Bes- semer, Alabama 35022 http://www.campfire-al.org/

CARING HANDS HOSPICE, INC.

Mission: To provide comprehensive medical, emotional, spiritual, and bereavement services to our patients and their families as part of our Care Team approach.

Phone: 205-349-3065

Email: caringhandshospice@com- cast.net

Address: 4930 Rice Mine Road, Suite 103, Tuscaloosa, AL 35406

DCH REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER

Mission: To provide compassionate, cost effective services to meet the needs of patients, improve the health of the communities served, and maintain financial viability.

Phone: 205-759-7174

Email: pkirkley@dchsystem.com Address: 809 University Blvd, Tus- caloosa, AL 35401

HERITAGE HEALTH CARE AND REHAB

Mission: To support the individual needs of all residents and their families using specialized therapists, compassionate nurses and assis- tants, and friendly encouragement. Phone: 205-759-5179

Email: hhcr@heritage216.com Address: 1101 Snows Mill Avenue, Tuscaloosa, AL 35406

Contact: Charlotte Crowder

HOSPICE OF WEST ALABAMA (HOWA)

Mission: To provide support and care for persons in the last phases of incurable disease so that they may live as fully and as comfortable as possible.

Phone: 205-523-0101

Email: kgibson@hospiceofwestala-

bama.org

Address: 3851 Loop Rd, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404

Contact: Kimberly Gibson

LIFESOUTH COMMUNITY BLOOD CENTERS

Mission: To provide a safe blood supply that meets or exceeds the needs in each community we serve and to provide a variety of services in support of ongoing and emerging blood and transfusion-related activi- ties.

Phone: 205-943-6000

Email: sidykstra@lifesouth.org Address: 396 West Oxmoor Rd, Homewood, AL 35209

MAKE-A-WISH ALABAMA

Mission: To grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medi- cal conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength, and joy.

Phone: 205-254-9474

Email: shall@alabama.wish.org Address: 244 Goodwin Crest Drive, Suite 200, Birmingham, AL 35209 Contact: Sarah Hall

PROJECT HORSESHOE FARM

Mission: To build upon strengths in our community by offering service and support programs for seniors, people with mental illness, and at- risk children.

Phone: 334-624-7455

Email: HSF.fellows@gmail.com Address: 1310 C Main Street, Greensboro, AL 36744

Contact: Xin Wang

UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY OF WEST ALABAMA (UCPWA)

Mission: To create opportunities for people with disabilities by provid- ing a full array of services designed to promote independence, facilitate opportunities to exercise rights, and empower people to live a quality and

productive life. Phone: 205-345-5484

Email: programdirector@ucpwa.org Address: 1100 UCP Parkway, North- port, AL 35476

UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER (UMC)

Mission: To provide high quality and compassionate health care for the citizens of Alabama through educa- tion, research, and service associated with the training of medical students and primary care physicians with a special emphasis on rural areas.

Phone: 205-348-1240

Email: lkkidd@cchs.ua.edu Address: 850 5th Avenue E, Tusca- loosa, AL 35487

WEST ALABAMA EASTER SEALS REHABILITATION CENTER

Mission: To provide exceptional services to ensure that children and adults with disabilities and other special needs and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work, and play in their communities. Phone: 205-759-1211

Email: eswa@eswaweb.org Address: 1110 Dr. Edward Hillard Drive, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401

 

BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF WEST ALABAMA

Mission: To serve children through-

out the community by placing them in a professionally supported one- on-one relationship with mentors committed to helping them grow in their understanding of themselves and the world around them and to encourage them to believe in them- selves and their dreams.

Phone: 205-758-5734

Email: bbbs@bbbswestal.org Address: 2720 6th Street #100, Tus-

caloosa, AL 35401

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA-BLACK WARRIOR COUNCIL

Mission Statement: The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to pre- pare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their life- times by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.

Phone: 205-554-1680

Email: jim.madison@scouting.org Address: 2700 Jack Warner Park- way, McAbee Scout Service Center, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404

Contact Person: Jim Madison http://www.bwc-bsa.org/

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF WEST ALABAMA

Mission: To promote and enhance the development of our members by instilling a sense of competence,

usefulness, belonging, and influence. Phone: 205-553-3879

Email: stephenbgcwa@aol.com Address: 2201 Positive Place, Tusca- loosa, AL 35404

CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION SERVICES OF TUSCALOOSA (CAPS)

Mission: To provide services for the treatment and prevention of child abuse.

Phone: 205-758-1159

Email: info@capstuscaloosa.org Address: 618 14th Street, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401

CHILDREN’S HANDS-ON MUSEUM (CHOM)

Mission: To stimulate curiosity, creativity, and shared discovery for children.

Phone: 205-349-4235

Email: sherie@chomonline.org Address: 2213 University Blvd, Tus- caloosa, AL 35401

COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAMS OF WEST ALABAMA HEAD START

Mission: To provide early childhood development services and family initiatives to low-income and vulner- able preschool age children and their families that lead to school readiness

and improves family functioning.  Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 

Phone: 205-469-0368

Email: lpalecek@cspwal.com Address: 529 Black Bears Way, Tus- caloosa, AL 35401

GIRL SCOUTSOF NORTH-CENTRAL ALABAMA

Mission Statement: The Girl Scouts build girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.

Phone: 205-759-5421

Email: hpike@girlscoutsnca.org Address: 2121 9th Street, Suite B; Tuscaloosa, AL 35401

Contact Person: Heather Pike http://girlscoutsnca.org/

HEAD START-EARLY HEAD START PROGRAM

Mission Statement: Our mission is to coalesce, inspire and support the Head Start field as a leader in early childhood development and educa- tion.

Phone: 205-752-5429

Email: lpalecek@cspwal.com Address: 529 Black Bears Way; Tus- caloosa, AL 35401

Contact Person: Lois Palecek http://www.cspwal.com/head-start. aspx

JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF TUSCALOOSA COUNTY

Mission Statement: To inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy. Through a network of dedicated classroom mentors from the business community, Junior Achievement works with students and teachers in grades K -12 to implement curriculum focusing on seven key content areas: business, economics, entrepreneurship, finan- cial literacy, workplace readiness, citizenship and ethics.

Email: charris@tcss.net

Address: P.O. Box 21316, Tuscaloosa, AL 35402

Contact Person: Carla Harris https://www.juniorachievement.org/web/ja-birmingham

MIRACLE LEAGUE OF TUSCALOOSA

Mission: To grant every child the chance to play baseball.

Phone: 205-633-1112

Email: jwmbamafan@att.net Address: PO Box 70776, Tuscaloosa, AL 35407

UA RISE SCHOOL

Mission: To provide an inclusive learning environment for children with diverse abilities from birth to age 5.

Phone: 205-348-7931

Email: fjones@ches.ua.edu Address: 600 Johnny Stallings Drive, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404 Contact: Frannie Jones

RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES OF ALABAMA (RMHCA)

Mission: To enhance the lives of chil- dren and their families, with a pri- mary emphasis on facilitating access to pediatric health care for residents of Alabama and adjacent states.

Phone: 205-638-7372

Email: stephanie.langford@rmhca. org

Address: 1700 4th Avenue S, Bir- mingham, AL 35233

Contact: Stephanie Langford

TUSCALOOSA’S CHILDREN’S THEATER

Mission: To expose and educate chil- dren from Tuscaloosa and surround- ing areas to all aspect of theater.

Phone: 205-310-8010

Email: thebakers35406@att.net Address: 1430 Heritage Drive, Tus- caloosa, AL 35406

UA SITTERS FOR SERVICE

Mission: To utilize undergraduate students to provide free babysitting for student parents in exchange for the earning of community service hours.

Phone: 205-348-5217

Email: rehnerkj@gmail.com Address: 303 Rose Administration, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487

SPECIAL PROGRAMMING FOR ACHIEVEMENT NETWORK (SPAN) OF TUSCALOOSA COUNTY

Mission: To provide education and

counseling to court referred youth, male and female, ages 12-18, in a year-round alternative setting, for both city and county students.

Phone: 205-554-0565

Email: mbaker@alspan.org  Address: 20 Bealle Circle NE, Tusca- loosa, AL 35404

TUSCALOOSA PRE-K INITIATIVE

Mission: Based upon the belief that the development and education of all children from the earliest stages of their lives must be an absolute public priority, the mission of the Tusca- loosa Pre-K Initiative is to identify all four year old children in the City of Tuscaloosa who are deemed academically at-risk and are not currently being served through other programs, and provide to them and to their families the best health and education services possible, includ- ing comprehensive family enrich- ment services.

Phone: 205-348-6496

Email: Stephen.Black@ua.edu Address: The University of Alabama, Box 870168, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487 Contact: Stephen Foster Black http://cesr.ua.edu/initiatives/tusca- loosa-pre-k/

YOUTH FOR CHRIST

Mission: To reach high school and middle school students for the pur- pose of helping them live the bal- anced life (mental, physical, social, and spiritual) through a relationship with Christ.

Phone: 205-752-3361

Email: mike@tuscaloosayfc.com Address: 1401 McFarland Blvd NE, Tuscaloosa, AL 35406

 

THE ARC OF TUSCALOOSA

Mission: To promote dignity, quality, and choice in securing for its cus- tomers opportunities to realize their goals of achieving quality of life.

Phone: 205-556-4900

Email: kristin@thearcoftuscaloosa. org

Address: 1330 University Blvd E, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404

UA CENTER FOR ETHICS AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CESR)

Mission: To seek to assist students in developing a distinctive definition of moral and civic maturity, making the values and skills of citizenship a hallmark of a University of Alabama education.

Phone: 205-348-6492

Email: mssnider@ua.edu

Address: The University of Alabama, Box 870168, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487

CAMPUS VETERANS ASSOCIATION

Mission: To provide military veter- ans, dependents, and survivors with the resources, support, and advocacy needed to succeed at the University of Alabama and following gradua- tion.

Phone: 205-348-0983

Email: vma@bama.ua.edu and uacva1@gmail.com

Address: One B.B. Comer , Tusca- loosa, AL 35401

CLEAN WATER PARTNERSHIP OF ALABAMA

Mission: Bringing interested citizens and water users together through a neutral forum in order to identify water related issues and challenges and become part of the solution for long-term water quality improve- ment and conservation in a non- regulatory way.

Phone: 205-266-6285

Email: coordinator@cleanwaterpartnership.org  Â Â Â Â 

Contact: Allison Jenkins

http://www.cleanwaterpartnership. org/

COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAMS OF WEST ALABAMA

Mission: To provide resources and services, which resolve immediate needs and lead to long term self-suf- ficiency in low-income and vulner- able populations.

Phone: 205-752-5429

Email: sstephens@cspwal.com Address: 601 Black Bears Way, Tus- caloosa, AL 35401

PROJECT HOPE

Mission: To help others’ personal experiences in developing their goals and aspirations in life.

Phone: 205-242-9355

Email: godisgood48@aol.com Address: 6611 University Blvd E, Cottondale, AL 35453

PROJECT LITERACY UNITED STATES (PLUS)

Mission: To raise awareness of the problem of adult functional illit- eracy, to recruit and train volunteer reading tutors, and to encourage participation of those who need as- sistance with reading.

Phone: 205-391-2671

Email: julia.chancy@sheltonstate. edu

Address: 3401 MLK Blvd, Tusca- loosa, AL 35401

Contact: Julia Chancy

TRACY DENT FOUNDATION

Mission: To instill a positive life- style of respect and responsibility in young men through opportunity of education and employment.

Phone: 205-246-5655

Email: dentctt@aol.com Address: 15769 Thomas Chapel Road, Cottondale, AL 35453

TUSCALOOSA’S ONE PLACE, A FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER

Mission: To empower communities and families by providing support services that develop skills and resources designed to improve the family’s quality of life, prepare their children for success in a competitive society, and allow each individual to realize his or her potential for self- sufficiency.

Phone: 205-462-1000

Email: eautrey@etfrc.org

Address: 867 Redmont Drive, Tusca- loosa, AL 35404

UNITED WAY OF WEST ALABAMA (UWWA)

Mission: To determine the needs of the West Alabama community and solve those needs for positive changes within the West Alabama community.

Phone: 205-345-6640

Email: brett@uwwa.org

Address: 2720 6th Street, Tuscaloo- sa, AL 35403

WEST ALABAMA AIDS OUTREACH

Mission: WAAO’s mission is to edu- cate, support, and to serve the people of West Alabama on HIV/AIDS- related issues in a 10 county area.

Phone: 205-759-8470

Address: 2720 6th Street # 100, Tus- caloosa, AL 35401

http://waao.info/

YMCA BENJAMIN BARNES

Mission: To enrich the quality of life in spirit, mind, and body that builds strong children, families, and com- munities.

Phone: 205-759-4284

Email: lpayton@ymcatusc.org Address: 2939 18th Street, Tusca- loosa, AL 35401

Contact: Laura Payton

YMCA OF TUSCALOOSA COUNTY, INC.

Mission: To enrich the quality of life in spirit, mind, and body that builds

strong children, families, and com- munities.

Phone: 205-345-9622

Email: bblair@ymcatusc.org Address: 2405 Paul W. Bryant Drive, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401

Contact: Barett Blair http://ymcatuscaloosa.orgSS

AUTHENTIC RENOVATION MINISTRIES

Mission: To form teams that utilize church volunteers to oversee home renovations or repairs for families who own their own homes but are financially unable to maintain them. Phone: 205-826-4249

Email: garywendt@authenticrenova- tionministries.org

Address: 4305 Northwood Lake Drive W, Northport, AL 35473 Contact: Gary Wendt

COMMUNITY SOUP BOWL

Mission: To provide a warm, inviting atmosphere by opening our doors seven days a week to welcome and feed the hungry.

Phone: 205-752-2421

Email: soupbowl@bellsouth.net Address: 1711 23rd Avenue, Tusca- loosa, AL 35403

Contact: Amy Greimstead or Laurice McCollum

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF TUSCALOOSA

Mission: To rebuild Tuscaloosa by partnering with volunteers, donors, sponsors, and families to provide housing solutions and ongoing com- munity development.

Phone: 205-349-4620

Email: jared@habitattuscaloosa.org Address: 1120 35th Street, Suite B, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401

Contact: Jared Patterson

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF NORTHWEST ALABAMA

Mission: Seeking to put God’s love

into action, Habitat for Human- ity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.

Phone: 205-412-0501

Email: tabetha.johnson@nwalhabi- tat.org or contactus@nwalhabitat. org

Address: 421 County Highway 83,

Guin, AL 35563

Contact: Tabetha Johnson http://www.nwalhabitat.org/

 

MEALS ON WHEELS

Mission: To provide nutritious meals to elderly, disabled, and homebound citizens.

Phone: 205-469-0376

Email: scarey@cspwal.com Address: 601 Black Bears Way, Tus- caloosa, AL 35401

PROJECT BLESSINGS

Mission: To help local low-income and underprivileged homeowners repair their homes to achieve a bet- ter quality of living.

Phone: 205-792-0542

Email: contact@projectblessings.org Address: PO Box 20216, Tuscaloosa, AL 35402

WEST ALABAMA FOOD BANK

Mission: To provide food to low- income families in the West Alabama area.

Phone: 205-333-5353

Email: wafb@bellsouth.net Address: 3160 McFarland Blvd, Northport, AL 35476

Contact: Para Kirkman

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BLACK WARRIOR RIVERKEEPER

Mission: To protect and restore the Black Warrior River and its tributar- ies by using a watershed approach to ensure clean water, a healthy aquatic environment, and the recreational and aesthetic values of the river.

Phone: 205-458-0095

Email: cscribner@blackwarriorriver. org

Address: 712 37th Street S, Birming- ham, AL 35222

Contact: Charles Scribner http://blackwarriorriver.org/

DRUID CITY GARDEN PROJECT

Mission: To increase access to fresh, locally grown produce and im- prove education in Tuscaloosa City Schools.

Phone: 205-523-5450

Email: volunteer@druidcitygarden- project.org

Address: 2000 1st Avenue; Tusca- loosa, AL 35401

FRIENDS OF HURRICANE CREEK

Mission: To protect, preserve, and restore the Hurricane Creek Water- shed for the creatures that live there and the people who enjoy its uses. Phone: 205-310-3739

Email: hccreekkeeper@gmail.com Address: PO Box 40836, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404

Contact: John Wathen

TUSCALOOSA COUNTY PARK & RECRE- ATION AUTHORITY (PARA)

Mission: To provide safe, clean, and beautiful facilities, parks and open spaces, along with professionally managed leisure activities for all people and to enrich the quality of life, provide economic value, and encourage long-term community stability and growth.

Phone: 205-562-3220

Address: 614 Greensboro Avenue, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401

Contact: Shanon Lyles

HUMANE SOCIETY OF WEST ALABAMA (HSWA)

Mission: The Humane Society

of West Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is a no-kill, all-volunteer, nonprofit organization, dedicated to rescuing and finding homes for

dogs and cats in need, and stopping animal abuse.

Phone: (205) 554-0011

Email: humaneswa@yahoo.com Address: 1515 Veterans Memorial Pkwy, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404 www.humanesocietyofwa.org/

T-TOWN PAWS

Mission: To promote animal welfare and eliminate animal overpopula- tion, suffering, and needless death in our community.

Phone: 205-752-1931

Address: 1108 38th Street, Tusca- loosa, AL 35401

TUSCALOOSA METRO ANIMAL SHELTER

Mission: To help those animals who are helpless and hopeless find loving homes and comfort.

Phone: 205-752-9101

Email: jojosrock2000@yahoo.com Address: 3140 35th Street, Tusca- loosa, AL 35401

Contact: Linda WorkmanULTURE  

THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES COUNCIL OF TUSCALOOSA COUNTY

Mission: To promote and encourage

the arts and humanities in Tusca- loosa County.

Phone: 205-758-5195

Address: 600 Greensboro Avenue, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401

CROSSROADS COMMUNITY CENTER

Mission: To provide campus leader-

ship and oversight in the areas of cultural programming and intercul- tural education.

Phone: 205-348-6930

Email: elmyers@ua.edu

Address: 232 Ferguson Center, Tus- caloosa, AL 35487

Contact: Betsy Meyers

DANCING STARS

Mission: To provide and offer profes- sional dance training and proper technique at an affordable price for youth ages 5-18.

Phone: 205-887-2588

Email: dancingstrs@yahoo.com Address: 1425B MLK Blvd, Tusca- loosa, AL 35401

KENTUCK ART CENTER

Mission: To perpetuate the arts, en- gage the community, and empower the artist.

Phone: 205-758-1257

Email: program.manager@kentuck. org

Address: 503 Main Avenue, North- port, AL 3547

Contact: Holly Roberts

MOUNDVILLE ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARK

Mission: To maintain, preserve, and interpret the Moundville site while fostering research and providing recreational experiences.

Phone: 205-371-8732

Email: almorrow2@ua.edu

Address: 13075 Moundville Archaeo- logical Park, Moundville, AL 35474 Contact: Amanda Morrow

MURPHY AFRICAN AMERICAN MUSEUM

Mission: To focus on the lifestyle of affluent African-Americans during the early 1900′s.

Phone: 205-758-2861

Address: 2601 Paul W. Bryant Drive, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401

THEATRE TUSCALOOSA

Mission: To elevate the conscious- ness of theatre in the greater Tus- caloosa community by providing quality theatre opportunities for persons interested in participating  in live theatre; contributing to the cultural education, entertainment, and enrichment of the community through producing; and encouraging attendance of live theatre.

Phone: 205-391-2277

Email: dbaker@sheltonstate.edu Address: 9500 Old Greensboro Road

#135, Tuscaloosa, AL 35405

 

CARING DAYS ADULT DAY CARE

Mission: To provide quality of life to those in our care and to give assis- tance and support to the caregivers. Phone: 205-752-6840

Email: debbie@caringdays.org Address: 943 31 Street E, Tuscaloo-

sa, AL 35405

Contact: Debbie LaBron

FOREST MANOR NURSING HOME

Mission: To offer specialized services such as physical therapy, occupa- tional therapy, speech therapy, and Alzheimer’s care to residents.

Phone: 205-339-5400

Email: bedwards@forestmanorinc. com

Address: 2215 32nd Street, North- port, AL 35476

Contact: Belinda Edwards

MORNING POINTE ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY

Mission: To provide a dignified entrance into people’s elderly years and encourage residents to live a full, interesting, and complete lifestyle while remaining as independent as they can.

Phone: 205-345-1112

Email: tuscaloosa@morningpointe. com

Address: 1801 Rice Mine Road N,

Tuscaloosa, AL 35406  Â Â 

Contact: Lynn Armour

NORTH RIVER VILLAGE RETIREMENT CENTER

Mission: To provide quality services and state-of-the art facilities to meet the physical, social, and mental needs of senior citizens.

Phone: 205-759-9875

Email: glenda.vaughan@northriver- village.com

Address: 5810 Rice Mine Rd NE, Tuscaloosa, AL 35406

Contact: Glenda Vaughan

TUSCALOOSAVA MEDICAL CENTER

Mission: To provide primary care, long-term health care and mental health care services to veterans.

Phone: 205-554-2000

Address: 3701 Loop Road East, Tus- caloosa, AL 3540

AMERICAN RED CROSS OF WEST ALABAMA

Mission: To provide relief to vic-

tims of disasters and help prevent, prepare for, and respond to emer- gencies.

Phone: 205-758-3608

Email: westal@redcrossal.org Address: 235 Skyland Blvd E, Tusca- loosa, AL 35405

Contact: Vickie Powell

SAV-A-LIFE  

Mission: To educate women in a crisis pregnancy.

Phone: 205-758-7258

Email: patty@pregnancytestcenter. org

Address: 225 University Blvd. E, Suite 103, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401 Contact: Patty Taylor

TEMPORARY EMERGENCY SERVICE

Mission: To assist individuals and families in crisis situations in order to allow the clients to survive the im-

mediate crisis they are encountering. Phone: 205-758-5535

Email: thinkhill@aol.com Address: 1705 15th Street, Tusca- loosa, AL 35401

Contact: Karen Thompson

WINGS OFGRACE RELIEF CENTER

Mission: To serve as a crisis response center administering physical, spiri- tual, and emotional assistance for tornado victims.

Phone: 205-616-0349

Email: thmiracle@msn.com  Address: 107 18th Street, Tuscaloosa, AL, 35401

TURNING POINT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

& SEXUAL ASSAULT SERVICES

Mission: to provide comprehen- sive and quality services to primary and secondary victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Turn- ing Point aims to empower victims with services and opportunities to create successful, healthy, abuse- free futures for themselves and their families. It is further the mission of Turning Point to provide education and outreach to the community at large to respond to and ultimately

prevent domestic violence and sexual assault.

Phone: (205) 758-0808

Email: turningpointal@gmail.com Address: P.O. Box 1165, Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35403

Contact: Emily Kelly http://turningpointservices.org

WINGS OF GRACE RELIEF CENTER

Mission: To serve as a crisis response center administering physical, spiri- tual, and emotional assistance for tornado victims.

Phone: 205-616-0349

Email: thmiracle@msn.com  Address: 107 18th Street, Tuscaloosa, AL, 35401

 

TURNING POINT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

& SEXUAL ASSAULT SERVICES

Mission: To provide comprehensive quality services to victims of domes- tic violence and sexual assault and assist them in exploring alternatives and enabling and empowering them to make healthy decisions regarding their futures.

Phone: 205-758-0808

WOMAN2WOMAN EMPOWERMENT

Mission: To equip women to bet- ter deal with life’s circumstance and situations by setting goals for

personal and spiritual development, self-esteem, and independence.

Phone: 205-552-5628

Email: empoweringlives@ymail.com Address: PO Box 72281, Tuscaloosa, AL 35405

UA WOMEN’SRESOURCE CENTER

Mission: To maximize the learning experience of every UA student and the greater UA community through outreach, services, and advocacy

to empower women and encourage their active and equal participa- tion. This mission is based upon the following values that support the broader goals of the institution and that foster a climate that is inclusive of women.

Phone: 205-348-5040

Email: wrcgrad1@sa.ua.edu Address: 1101 Jackson Ave, 2000 South Lawn Office Building, Tusca- loosa, AL 35401