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COVID-19 Virus


United Way of Wyandotte County Office

United Way of Wyandotte County offices are temporarily closed to visitors, but if you need to reach a member of our staff, you can do so using our existing phone numbers and email addreses. We are working hard to be fully staffed and responsive during normal business hours. For general inquiries, you can contact us at 913-371-3674.

If you need assistance, please call 211 or visit the 211 website for information about available services.


Wyandotte County Resources

COVID Resources 4.23 ENG.pdf

COVID Resources 4.23 SPA.pdf

United Way 211

The Kansas Corporation Commission Suspends Utility Disconnects for Nonpayment Until April 15

BPU Suspends Disconnects as Communities Address Coronavirus

Kansas Governor Bans Home and Business Evictions Until May 1

Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kansas Bullitins

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Click here for additional information about United Way's 2-1-1 services or call (816) 474-5112 or toll free at (866) 320-5764.

BPU Hardship Assistance

The Board of Public Utilities (BPU) has partnered with United Way to assist Wyandotte County residents with payment of their BPU bill through the Hardship Assistance Program. Assistance is available for BPU customers that have received BPU services for at least six months and can demonstrate that they are experiencing an unexpected financial hardship. BPU customers must provide documentation of their hardship, a copy of their state issued ID, and the most recent copy of their BPU bill. Customers are eligible for assistance once every twelve months. For more information about the BPU Hardship Assistance program please call (913) 371-6772.


Temporary Assistance for Labor Families

The Temporary Assistance for Labor Families program provides emergency assistance to members of organized labor and their families. The program assists with emergency food, rent/mortgage, eligible utility services, funeral expenses, and medical expenses. Assistance is capped and limited by availability. For more information, please call (913) 371-3674, ext. 1322.

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United Way of Wyandotte County aspires to understanding and respect among all cultures and individuals who live and work in our community. We are committed to drawing strength from our differences and building our similarities. Click here to see our full diversity policy.