Limited emergency financial assistance available on a case-by-case basis for needs such as medical, prescription, rent, and utilities. Provides referrals to other agencies when unable to assist.Food pantry.
Financial assistance for rent, mortgage, and utilities.Emergency services to homeless and other individuals in need, including motel vouchers.Food pantry.SNAP enrollment assistance.Gas vouchers.Prescription expense assistance.Money management education.
Emergency assistance for food, utilities and rent, including General Assistance.
General Assistance for eligible county residents including rent, utilities, food pantry, medical expense, and gas.
Offers assistance to those in need with rent, utilities, food, shelter, medical expenses and burial expense assistance. Must meet eligibility guidelines.
Provides services which include a food pantry, rental assistance, car gas for job searching, utility assistance, medical, dental and prescription assistance. May also provide information and referral for such needs.
Financial assistance for rent, utilities, and prescription medication (no psychiatric drugs or narcotics). Other miscellaneous expenses may also be considered.Food pantry.Financial counseling and budgeting assistance.This program may assist within the following geographic boundaries:North Border: I-680 from State St to Missouri RiverSouth Border: ...
Provides assistance to veterans with utilities, rent, mortgage interest, funeral, burial expenses, and grave markers; assists Veterans apply for compensation and pension programs.
Offers programs for county residents who meet certain income and resource guidelines including general assistance such as rent, utilities, provisions for food and nonfood items, emergency medical and dental services, and funeral expenses. Also includes legal services when funding is available.
Assists legally resident, indigent, honorably discharged veterans, their wives, widows, and dependent children. Administer emergency general relief for veterans in need.
Assists veterans, their widows, widowers, wives, and minor children with filling out forms to enroll in VA Healthcare system as well as burial benefits, education, home loan assistance, VA pensions, and Veterans Affairs Medical Van Available.If a veteran needs a ride to a medical appointment, they may contact the Veterans Affairs Director at 641-37...
Services include assistance for homeless prevention and moving out of homelessness, basic needs assistance (rent and utilities), gas vouchers and other transportation assistance, and prescription assistance.
Provides emergency help with utilities, housing, and medical expenses. Cannot assist with deposits. Call for other details.
Assistance is available for families with children under 18. Funds may be used for rent/house payments, utilities, and mental health.Applicants must fill out the correct application and turn it in, along with their bill/proof of need.
General Assistance provides temporary assistance for basic or special needs to low income persons who reside in Polk County.RENTAL ASSISTANCE (Potential First Month's Rent Assistance as well) may be available to those in need. For First Month's Rent - Must be able to prove the following - property must have a valid housing certificate, must be able...
Assists Clarke County honorably discharged veterans, their wives, widows, and dependent children. Services for basic necessities such as rent or house payments, utilities and food. Assistance may also be provided for glasses and funeral expenses.APPLICATIONS/ADMISSIONS into Iowa Veterans Home in Marshalltown for disabled veterans and/or spouse.
POLK COUNTY COMMISSION OF VETERANS AFFAIRS assists Polk County honorably discharged veterans, their wives, widows, and dependent childrenFINANCIAL ASSISTANCE for basic necessities such as rent or house payments, utilities and food. Assistance may also be provided for glasses and funeral expensesAPPLICATIONS/ADMISSIONS into Iowa Veterans Home in Mar...
Limited financial aid for emergency situations including utility deposits, rent, prescription medications, glasses, clothing, school supplies, holiday assistance, transportation, birth certificate retrieval, Iowa identification, books for GED testing, etc.
Connects youth and families with resources and support. Navigators have the ability to “fill gaps”, either through helping agencies partner around a common goal, or through flexible funding for needs such as rent, utilities, transportation, and more. Community Response is designed to reduce unnecessary involvement of child welfare and juvenile just...
Provides support of low income individuals and families, that includes assistance with rent, utilities, medication, medical assistance, cremation assistance and some work related transportation expense assistance.