United Way of Platteville recently donated to two Southwest Wisconsin organizations.
Hodan Center, Inc. recently received funding from the United Way of Platteville.
The funding support will help provide work and day program activities for more than 140 adults with disabilities, including 13 adults from the Platteville area.
Hodan Center programs and services include subcontract production jobs, food processing jobs at its Wisconsin Innovation Kitchen, work at five Bargain Nook resale/retail stores (including the Platteville store at 305 E. Business 151), enrichment activities (recreation, art, music, field trips, swim spa use, and exercise programs), adult basic education, transportation services, community employment training opportunities, and a seniors program for older adults with disabilities.
SWCAP Neighborhood Health Partners received a funding award of $7,265 from the Platteville United Way 2012 campaign.
This award will be used to help implement an Electronic Medical Record system to allow the organization to better connect outreach clinic sites to improve patient access to services across the large rural area that we serve.
SWCAP Neighborhood Health Partners is a non-profit health care facility serving Grant, Iowa, Green and Lafayette counties.