Allenwood, NJ
Rental & Utility Assistance

When you need money to pay your rent, utility bills or get through a difficult time, there are 30 utility payment and rental assistance programs in the Allenwood, New Jersey area.


New Jersey Shares, Inc.

36 Miles Away

1901 North Olden Avenue Extension

Trenton, NJ 08618

(609) 883-1201

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Services:
New Jersey SHARES (Statewide Heating Assistance and Referral for Energy Services) is a statewide nonprofit organization which creates energy self-sufficiency for individuals and families in New Jersey through the provision of temporary financial help and referral for long term assistance to meet future needs.

Through a contracted statewide network of existing community based agencies, New Jersey SHARES takes applications for energy assistance grants from New Jersey households. In this application process, individuals are given financial assistance with either or both of their electric and natural gas bills. During this process clients are referred to other existing human service resources.


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Cancer Care

40 Miles Away

275 Seventh Avenue

Floor 22

New York, NY 10001

(866) 552-6729

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agasner@cancercare.org


Services:
Provides counseling, financial assistance and education for people affected by cancer. SERVICES: 1) TELEPHONE COUNSELING LINE: Callers are connected to oncology social workers who offer emotional support for coping with cancer and its treatment & treatment side effects. Offers suggestions for how to understand and talk to doctors, nurses or other health care providers, including questions that should be asked.2) INFORMATION & REFERRAL PHONE LINE: Provides extensive information about cancer and its diagnosis & treatment. Also offers information about resources (home care, child care, transportation to and from treatment, pain management, and financial assistance).3),


Eligibility:
Persons affected by cancer, including patients, loved ones and the bereaved and professionals who work with cancer patients.


Putting off an easy thing makes it hard, and putting off a hard one makes it impossible.

Modest Needs Foundation

40 Miles Away

115 East 30th Street

Floor 1

New York, NY 10016

(212) 463-7042

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general.questions@modestneeds.org


Services:
Offers grants to those in need of help by matching willing donors with needy individuals.GRANTS:1) INDEPENDENT LIVING GRANTS: Remits payment to a creditor for an expense on behalf of persons who are permanently unable to work but who nevertheless are living independently on the limited income to which they are entitled - their retirement income, or their permanent disability income, for example For example it may cover the cost of maintenance on a piece of accessibility equipment not covered by Medicaid, to cover an unexpectedly large prescription medication co-pay, or to assist with a large summer cooling bill. 2) BACK-TO-WORK GRANTS: Remits payment for a small work-related fee or expense on behalf of a temporarily unemployed individual. An example may be to cover the cost of a professional license renewal for a temporarily displaced worker.3) SELF-SUFFICIENCY GRANTS: Remits payment to a creditor for an expense on behalf of an otherwise self-sufficient individual or family for a relatively small, emergency expense which the individual or family could not have anticipated or prepared for An example may be to cover the cost of an emergency auto repair that must be made if an individual is to continue working.


Eligibility:
Must be 18 and older, a US citizen, and income must meet the self-sufficiency standard which varies upon household size. Permits one active application per household at a time. Additionally, has in place a lifetime limit of three funded grant applications per registered household.


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Modest Needs Foundation

40 Miles Away

115 East 30th Street, Floor 1

New York, NY 10016

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Services:
It works to stop the cycle of poverty before it starts for low-income workers struggling to afford emergency expenses like those we've all encountered before: the unexpected auto repair, the unanticipated trip to the doctor, the unusually large winter heating bill.
Helps with automotive repair, utility bill assistance and medical bill assistance.


Hours:
9 am - 5 pm Monday - Friday (Eastern Standard Time)


Eligibility:
At least 18 years of age; legal resident of the United States or Canada; household lives at or above 75% of the federal poverty threshold; current household income is equal to AT LEAST the cost of your monthly rental or mortgage plus $250.00; have regular access to a computer and the Internet and can check email and Modest Needs personal page DAILY while the application is under review; can access scanner for at least an hour during the application process (Modest Needs accepts supporting documentation only as digital images scanned and uploaded to our system. need to be able to use one to scan any documentation. Also provides grants to small non-profit organizations.


Documents To Bring:
Modest Needs is a completely online-based organization and all applications are handled through our website. Please refer to our site (www.modestneeds.org), or email address at general.questions@modestneeds.org for any additional questions.


Elijah went before the people and said, How long will you waver between two opinions? If the Lord is God, follow him; but if Baal is God, follow him. But the people said nothing. [1 Kings 18:21].

Assurance Wireless - Lifeline Free Cell Phone Service

41 Miles Away

10 Independence Blvd

Warren, NJ 07059

(888) 898-4888

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Services:
Provides free cell phone with 250 free minutes per month for local and long-distance calling within the US, including free voicemail, call waiting and caller ID, with a limit of one phone per household.


Hours:
Mon - Sun 9:00 am - 9:00 pm


Eligibility:
Low-income residents of TN, MS, AL, VA, NY and NC may qualify based on income or if participating in any of the following programs: Medicaid, Food Stamps, SSI, TANF, Section 8, Free School lunch or LIHEAP. Available in TN, MS, NC, VA and NY states, but may not cover all regions in those states. Call to see if your city or town is covered by the program within these states.


Documents To Bring:
Call to see if you qualify for the program and to see if your city or town is covered by the program within these states. You can download the application at: http://www.assurancewireless.com/Public/CustomerInformation.aspx


No nation ever taxed itself into prosperity.

CAADC
Rental Assistance

41 Miles Away

1414 Meetinghouse Road

Boothwyn, PA 19061

(610) 874-8451

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Services:
Provides a grant to homeless or near homeless households to move them into a new residence or avoid eviction.


Hours:
Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm


Eligibility:
Must be a Delaware County resident. Funds are approved on a case by case basis.


You must learn from the mistakes of others. You can't possibly live long enough to make them all yourself.

Bucks County Opportunity Council
Emergency and Preventive Services (Lower Bucks)

41 Miles Away

226 Mill Street

Bristol, PA 19007

(215) 781-2661

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Services:
Provides financial assistance to individuals and families and helps with rent security deposits, back rent, and utility payments


Nature goes her own way and all that to us seems an exception is really according to order.

Bridge Of Hope Inc.

43 Miles Away

PO Box 291

Willingboro, NJ 08046

(856) 314-8369

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Services:
Bridge of Hope Burlington County’s mission is to end and prevent homelessness for women and children with the help of trained mentoring groups within congregations. Single mothers achieve permanent housing and financial self?sufficiency through employment and attain stability and enhanced self?esteem through ongoing mentoring friendships. Their goal is to exemplify Christ’s love and to promote physical, emotional, social, and spiritual wholeness.

Bridge fo Hope Burlington purpose is to End and Prevent Homelessness in Burlington County. They accomplish this by pairing one single mom and her children with a local church and then providing case managment to help mom succeed.  Their Vision, of walking in faith to help One Family At A Time is not just buzz words. They beleive it is their call to serve their neighbors and build lasting friendships with both their moms and their local church mentoring groups.


The metaphor is perhaps one of man's most fruitful potentialities. Its efficacy verges on magic, and it seems a tool for creation which God forgot inside one of His creatures when He made him.

Interfaith Hospitality Network For The Homeless Of Essex County Inc

48 Miles Away

46 Park St

Montclair, NJ 07042

(973) 746-1400

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Services:
The Interfaith Hospitality Network of Essex County  provides shelter, direct service and housing assistance to homeless families with help from an extensive network of volunteers and other partners throughout the community.

·        Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN)


The world is round, and the place which may seem like the end may also be the beginning.

Veterans Multi-Service Center
Supportive Services for Veteran Families-VMC

49 Miles Away

213-217 North 4th Street

Philadelphia, PA 19106

(215) 923-2600

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Services:
Helps access resources to short-term case management, housing counseling, legal support, credit repair, and financial planning services.


Hours:
Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 4:30 pm


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