Piermont, NY
Rental Assistance

When you need money to pay your rent, utility bills or get through a difficult time, there are 73 utility payment and rental assistance programs in the Piermont, New York area.


Operation Fueloperation Fuel - Applications - Greenwich

16 Miles Away

Greenwich Dept. of Social Services
Greenwich, CT 06830
(203) 622-3800

Services:
Electric Service Payment Assistance, Gas Service Payment Assistance

Hours:
Call for an appointment

Eligibility:
* Person is in an EXTREME emergency, such as:

Additional Services:
Participating Operation Fuel Sites Provide A Cash Grant Paid Directly To A Gas Or Electric Utility To Help Income Eligible Households In A Crisis Situation Meet Home Energy Expenses. The Grant Amount Can Be Lower Than The Stated Maximum And Is Determined By Operation Fuel Staff.



Live your life as though your every act were to become a universal law.
-- Emmanuel Kant




Norwalk Economic Opportunity Now Energy Assistance Programneon (formerly Cte) Ceap/chap Application Site - Greenwich Social Services

16 Miles Away

Town Hall
Greenwich, CT 06830
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Services:
Electric Service Payment Assistance, Gas Service Payment Assistance, Heating Fuel Payment Assistance

Hours:
M-F: 9am-4pm

Additional Services:
Utility Assistance Through The Connecticut Energy Assistance Program (ceap) And Contingency Heating Assistance Program (chap) Helps Low Income Households Pay Their Primary Heat Source Bills. Energy Payments Are Determined By Family Size And Gross Income, And By Whether A Household Is Classified As "vulnerable". Vulnerable Households Have A Member Who Is Under Age 6, Who Is Age 60+, Or Who Is Any Age And Disabled.



A leader knows what's best to do; a manager knows merely how best to do it.
-- Ken Adelman




Operation Fueloperation Fuel - Applications - Stamford, Darien

20 Miles Away

CTE - Energy Dept.
Stamford, CT 06902
(203) 352-4865

Services:
Electric Service Payment Assistance, Gas Service Payment Assistance

Hours:
Call for an appointment

Eligibility:
* Person is in an EXTREME emergency, such as:

Additional Services:
Participating Operation Fuel Sites Provide A Cash Grant Paid Directly To A Gas Or Electric Utility To Help Income Eligible Households In A Crisis Situation Meet Home Energy Expenses. The Grant Amount Can Be Lower Than The Stated Maximum And Is Determined By Operation Fuel Staff.



Let's not be narrow, nasty, and negative.
-- Vernon Grounds




Norwalk Economic Opportunity Now Energy Assistance Programneon (formerly Cte) Ceap/chap Application Site - Stamford

20 Miles Away

34 Woodland Avenue
Stamford, CT 06902
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Services:
Electric Service Payment Assistance, Gas Service Payment Assistance, Heating Fuel Payment Assistance

Hours:
M-F: 8:30am-4pm

Additional Services:
Utility Assistance Through The Connecticut Energy Assistance Program (ceap) And Contingency Heating Assistance Program (chap) Helps Low Income Households Pay Their Primary Heat Source Bills. Energy Payments Are Determined By Family Size And Gross Income, And By Whether A Household Is Classified As "vulnerable". Vulnerable Households Have A Member Who Is Under Age 6, Who Is Age 60+, Or Who Is Any Age And Disabled.



We can do anything we want. The next time you hear yourself saying, to another-and especially yourself-"I Can't," take a deep breath and say instead, "My resources are otherwise engaged.
-- Peter McWilliams




Interfaith Hospitality Network For The Homeless Of Essex County Inc

22 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)



Be more concerned with your character than with your reputation. Your character is what you really are while your reputation is merely what others think you are.
-- Dale Carnegie




Cancer Care

24 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.



Fear of death has been the greatest ally of tyranny past and present.
-- Sydney Hook




Modest Needs Foundation

24 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.



No matter where life takes you, wear a smile while you're there. When you need something to believe in, start with yourself. Love and positivity heal all wounds and right all wrongs. When you use the power of positivity, lives change instantly. Dont let people; places and things determine your moods. Take charge of how you want to feel each and every day. Keep your head up beautiful, you can see heaven much better that way.
-- Unknown




Modest Needs Foundation

24 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.



For light I go directly to the Source of light, not to any of the reflections.
-- Pilgrims




Norwalk Economic Opportunity Now Energy Assistance Programneon - Ceap/chap Application Site - New Canaan

24 Miles Away

Town Hall
New Canaan, CT 06840
(203) 594-3076

Services:
Electric Service Payment Assistance, Gas Service Payment Assistance, Heating Fuel Payment Assistance

Hours:
By appointment only

Additional Services:
Utility Assistance Through The Connecticut Energy Assistance Program (ceap) And Contingency Heating Assistance Program (chap) Helps Low Income Households Pay Their Primary Heat Source Bills. Energy Payments Are Determined By Family Size And Gross Income, And By Whether A Household Is Classified As "vulnerable". Vulnerable Households Have A Member Who Is Under Age 6, Who Is Age 60+, Or Who Is Any Age And Disabled.



We are that which activates the body.
-- Pilgrims




New Canaan, Town Ofnew Canaan, Town Of - Human Services Department

24 Miles Away

Vine Cottage
New Canaan, CT 06840
(203) 594-3076

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Services:
Electric Service Payment Assistance, Gas Service Payment Assistance, Heating Fuel Payment Assistance

Hours:
M-F: 8:30am-4:30pm

Eligibility:
Resident of New Canaan; Income restrictions

Additional Services:
Processes Applications For Ceap (connecticut Energy Assistance Program) For New Canaan Residents. Also Maintains A Private Fuel Bank For Residents In Need. Very Small Fund.



Flatter me, and I may not believe you. Criticize me, and I may not like you. Ignore me, and I may not forgive you. Encourage me, and I may not forget you.
-- William Arthur