Address:327 Constitution StEmporia, KS 66801Map & Directions
Services: Emergency assistance, rent and utility assistance, food pantry, distribution of USDA commodities, emergency shelter, clothing and household items as available in thrift store, back to school supplies for low income families, Christmas assistance given in the form of food, toys for children, and clothing for family members, and other miscellaneous.
Hours: Office Hours: 9 am - 12 pm and 1 - 4 pm. Social Service Hours: by appt only.
Eligibility: Emergency situations.
Address:1028 Whittier StEmporia, KS 66801Map & Directions
Services: Food, clothing, and hot meals.
Hours: 9 am - 12 pm, Mon - Fri and 5:30 - 6 pm for hot meal Mon - Thurs.
Address:222 W Main StCouncil Grove, KS 66846Map & Directions
Services: NOTE - ONLY SERVES MORRIS COUNTY AND USD 417!
To provide emergency help to those in need - financial and food pantry. Student assistance program provides financial help for any school-related expense. Coordinate county-wide Christmas project for children 0-18.
Hours: 1 - 4 pm Mon, Wed, Fri.
Eligibility: Referral from school, church, SRS; income at or below poverty level. MUST BE A RESIDENT OF MORRIS COUNTY OR USD 417 AREA.
Address:131 15th StLyndon, KS 66451Map & Directions
Services: Food Pantry, clothing bank, furniture (as available), household essentials. Distribute TEFAP (The Emergency Food Assistance Program)a USDA program through Harvester's Food Bank for Osage County, Salvation Army funds distributor for Osage County, Utility assistance, Budget Course, Computer Classes, Mobile Pantry Sponsor, Box fan distribution during summer, School supplies available in August, winter Coat Closet in October, Christmas Stores in December.
Hours: 4 - 7 pm Mon, 10 am - 1 pm Tues - Fri.
Eligibility: Low income resident of Osage County. Must complete money management course prior to receiving utility assistance from Help House.
Address:246 E 9th StAlma, KS 66401Map & Directions
Services: To provide services to clients in need. Services include: commodities distribution, food pantry, family support during times of illness or other crisis, household items, gasoline, food vouchers, senior boxes, Harvesters Rural Mobile Food Pantry, budgeting, legal services, rent and utilities assistance. Certified Navigator for the Affordable Care Act.
Hours: 10 am - 4:30 pm, Mon, Tues, Thurs.
Eligibility: Proof of income, disconnect notices, eviction notices, social security cards for each person in the home, drivers licenses for all adults.
Address:2914 SE Michigan AveTopeka, KS 66605Map & Directions
Services: Food pantry, TEFAP commodities, and baby care program.
Hours: 8:30 - 11:30 am Mon - Fri and 5:30 - 7:30 Tues.
Eligibility: 60 day waiting period after receiving food from any ClientTrack agency.
Address:625 SW Polk StTopeka, KS 66603Map & Directions
Services: Food pantry.
Hours: 4th Friday of the month from 4 - 6 pm.
Address:939 NE Oakland AveTopeka, KS 66616Map & Directions
Services: Offer clothes and food to those in need.
Hours: Food Pantry: 12:30 - 1:30 pm Sun. Clothing Pantry: 12 - 2 pm Sat & Sun, 6 - 8 pm Wed.
Address:708 SE Lime StTopeka, KS 66607Map & Directions
Services: Food pantry, ESL classes, translation, typing classes, computer help, cooking classes, citizenship classes, crochet classes.
Hours: 9 am - 12 pm and 1 - 3 pm, Tues - Fri.
Eligibility: 60 day waiting period after receiving food from any MAACLINK agency.
Address:1119 SW 10th AveTopeka, KS 66604Map & Directions
Services: To provide emergency services to people in need and/or experiencing a crisis in their lives who need a little help. Services include: food, clothing, rent, utilities (gas, electric water), prescription, dental (limited) and transportation (gas voucher/bus tickets - in city only) assistance. Food Assistance available every 8 weeks; Clothing available once every two weeks; Rent and Utility Assistance available ONE time in 12 months from any agency as funds are available; Prescriptions and Transportation Assistance available TWO times in 12 months from any agency. Transportation in the form of gas vouchers and city bus tickets for travel to work, job interviews and medical appointments. Dental assistance limited to one time. Will pay to have tooth pulled or enrollment fee for dental clinic as funds are available.
Hours: Office: 8 am - 3 pm, Mon - Fri. Food & Emergency Services: 9 am - 1 :45 pm, Mon - Fri. Clothing: 9 am - 1:45 pm, Tues - Fri.
Eligibility: Doorstep is linked with other emergency aid agencies via the ClientTrack computer system. Eligibility will be checked for all services. Food may be received once every eight weeks from wherever you received it last. Clothing is once every two weeks. Rent and utility assistance may be received, if funding is available, one time in a 12-month period. Prescription and transportation assistance may be received two times in a 12-month period, at least six months apart, if the maximum assistance is not met on the first visit. Dental assistance is available one time per household and we do not pay past bills. Emergency extractions and enrollment fees only. If you are not sure if you are eligible, we suggest calling our office to find out before coming in.