Basic needs for indigent, honorably discharged veterans and their families, including assistance with rent, utilities, food, and personal hygiene items.
Other services include housing, job referral, emergency food orders, medical assistance referral, utilities (gas, lights, water, sewer), and hospital equipment loan closet.
Financial assistance provided through this program may include rent, mortgage payments, board and room, utilities, clothing and non-food items. Assistance is limited to those persons in Douglas County between the ages of nineteen and sixty-four who are not eligible for other public assistance and/or do not have sufficient income or resources to mee...
Rent, utility, or medication assistance. Past due rent/utilities are NOT assisted. No deposit or first month's rent. Does not assist anyone eligible or receiving FIP. Repayment agreement is required. Agency of last resort - need to contact all other agencies first.
Interim Disability Program assists adults who are 100% disabled as d...
Emergency Assistance/General Assistance for individuals and families at 100% of federal poverty guidelines provides prescription, medical and dental needs assistance as funding allows. Also provides transportation, rent assistance, burial, and other basic needs (not car repairs) as funding allows.
Provides assistance to families who are facing a crisis situation with food and/or shelter. Homeless prevention services can assist families who are facing eviction or utility disconnection in preventing their family from becoming homeless. Can also assist homeless families with an emergency motel stay and in securing either temporary or permanent ...
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES - administrator is responsible for monitoring all county Mental Health and Substance Abuse functions including intake, determining eligibility, service planning, and authorization of all Mental Health & Substance Abuse expenditures
Provides general assistance
Provides financial and medical assistance for people who don't qualify elsewhere (last resort). This includes money for food, fuel, shelter, utilities, emergency medical treatment, refilling medications, transportation, county burial, etc. Assistance is based on income and assets. Applications are available to pick up during hours of operation.