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Please see below for resources in your area. If you don’t find what you need here, you can always call a crisis and referral specialist by dialing 211 from any phone. Please know that many agencies help with other resources, so check each category for potential help.

 

 

Child Care & Youth Programs

 

Crisis, General, & Other Assistance

 

  • Angel Flight: Free personal flights for medical needs, caregivers, domestic abuse, special camps, adoption, people who cannot afford commercial flights.

  • Computers for Education, Inc.: Free computers to students, individuals, nonprofits, senior citizens in need.

  • Dignity U Wear: Brand new clothing to children, veterans, victims of abuse, and more.

  • PCs for People: Computers for individuals and families that fall below 150% of the poverty line. Check website for listings.

 

Employment & Job Training

 

Education

  • Boot Camp for New Dads: Community-based workshop that inspires and equips men to support their mates and personally transform into dads.

 

Food Assistance

  • One Harvest Food Ministries: Low-cost food packages in affordable family meal solution that provides high quality food choices. (877)818-1778

 

Financial Assistance & Counseling

  • Advance Earned Income Tax Credit: Get next year’s refund in this week’s paycheck Must meet certain income requirements and have at least one child living with you. 1 (800)829-1040

  • AGPM Family Emergency Assistance Program: Rental and/or utility assistance is available or eligible residents in AGPM communities. Please check eligibility requirements at link.

  • CredAbility: Credit Counseling, education, budgeting, credit, debt management, etc.

  • TaxHelp.org: Connect with local free tax help resources in your area.

  • The Assistance Fund: Financial assistance programs for children and adults diagnosed with critical or chronic illnesses.

 

Health

 

 

 

 

Step one for all renters:

You are welcome to access 100% free rental counseling by Springboard. In these online and phone sessions, you will learn:

  • How to calculate rent affordability

  • understand the terms of your lease agreement

  • How to deal with financial crisis and fulfill your lease obligations

  • How to develop a realistic household budget

  • Understand credit and credit scores

  • Reducing or eliminating debt

  • Spotting financial danger signs

  • and preparing for homeownership

Take advantage of this free education by logging onto RentalCounseling.org. Please feel free to log-in under your community – all information is confidential.

 

 

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