Address:117 W Bremer AveWaverly, IA 50677Map & Directions
Services: FADSS an in-home family development program for FIP recipients and their families which utilizes a strengths-based approach to improve family functioning and move families toward self-sufficiency Focus is to support families in moving toward their goals, attaining skills and employment.
FANS: Provides fans for those in need.
FOOD PANTRY: A supplemental food program that provides to eligible households; Client and must be at or below 185% of poverty.
HEAD START: Provides comprehensive child development experience to children ages three to five. Comprehensive social service, health, education, nutrition, and parent involvement components are also provided. Volunteer role models/mentors are needed at breakfast and lunch times; Children 3-5 years old, meet income guidelines
Hours: Mon, Wed, Fr-8 am-12 noon
Address:1390 95th StHampton, IA 50441Map & Directions
Services: Contact Person: Lillian Craighton Hours: Tues & Thurs 10am -12pm
Hours: Tue & Fri 10 am -12 noon
Address:200 S Main StCharles City, IA 50616Map & Directions
Services: Provide assistance to transient individuals, low-income and needy in the form of shelter, food and clothing.
Hours: Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm
Address:1606 G AveGrundy Center, IA 50638Map & Directions
Services: ADOPT-A-FAMILY FOR THE HOLIDAYS: Gifts for family members
HOLIDAY PROJECT: Holiday Dinner Food Boxes
RENT ASSISTANCE: Provides financial assistance to person facing eviction. Must provide eviction notice
FINANCIAL COUNSELING: Budget counseling,both individual and group
FOOD PANTRY: Food Pantry
FURNACE REPAIR: Replacement or repair of furnace
UTILITIES ASSISTANCE: Provides energy assistance to those in need
VOLUNTEERS: Recruitment and referrals for volunteers
WEATHERIZATION: Weatherproofing of homes to reduce air filtration to dwelling
WIC: WIC is a program that provides nutritious foods such as milk, cheese, eggs, cereal, juice and infant formula at no cost for families with pregnant women or young children They also receive nutrition advice from trained professionals and referrals for health care Many working families participate in WIC Those on Medicaid, or with a gross income less than the guidelines are income eligible.
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm
Address:704 E H AveGrundy Center, IA 50638Map & Directions
Services: CENTRAL POINT OF COORDINATION: Provides funding for mental health treatment and services for adults with mental illness, chronic mental illness, mental retardation and developmental delay
GENERAL ASSISTANCE: Provides emergency financial assistance for rent, utilities, clothing, transportation, emergency telephone service, fuel, medical attention, and burial
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm
Address:425 Lafayette StWaterloo, IA 50703Map & Directions
Services: AQUAROBICS: Adapted Aquatics for persons with disabilities.
QUALITY TIME: Provides parenting education and peer support for parents with children of all ages A meal is provided Topics include self-esteem. personal health and wellness, family relationships, communication skills, decision-making and time management.
HEALTHY CHOICES/HEALTHY FAMILIES: Get ideas for quick healthy meals,smart snack ideas, dealing with picky eaters and how to make food dollars stretch.
KIDS BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL: Provides before and after school care at :
Blackhawk, Cunningham, Irving, Kingsley, Kittrell, Lincoln, Lou, Henry, Lowell and McKinstry Schools in Waterloo
LAS CHICAS: A program for Latino girls ages8-18. Participate in a variety of activities from goal setting, service activities, recreational, educational to cultural awareness activities
LATINO MOMS: Provides an opportunity for moms of Hispanic descent to meet and socialize English lessons are available.
LATINO SERVICES: Services provided by bilingual staff to address needs of Latino families. Includes translation, interpretation, referrals, and job assistance services.
PASS(PARENTS ACHIEVE SUCESS W/ SUPPORT): Program for parents between ages of 21-25. Focus on self-sufficiency and parenting skills. Snacks and child care provided at no cost to participants.
PARENT EDUCATION: Prevention program utilizing teen parents to present realities of teen parenting. Programs are scheduled.
RECREATION SERVICES: Anyone interested in fitness, recreation, physical skills classes.
RESIDENCE PROGRAM: Housing for women. Rooms are single occupancy. One room is handicapped accessible. Kitchen and laundry facilities are available
STORKS NEST: Provides parents with supplies, equipment and services for effective parenting Provides a store for baby equipment and apparel.
SUMMER DAZE DAY CAMP: A summer day care program which offers a wide range of activities. Breakfast and lunch are provided free.
SUMMER MEALS: Offers breakfast and lunch for youth during the summer months This program runs June 20th-July 29th
YPT: Hudson Elementary, Lincoln, Hanson, North Cedar at Lincoln Elementary in Cedar Falls
WIZE GIRLS: This program for girls in 6th, 7th or 8th grade that meets weekly during school year The girls participate in recreation and community activities
Hours: Mon-Fri 6 am-8 pm, Sat. 8 am-1 pm
Address:320 Broadway StWaterloo, IA 50703Map & Directions
Services: EMERGENCY FOOD BOX: Provides 3 to 5 day supply of non perishable food items Must see Northeast Iowa Food Bank First.
PERSCRIPTION MEDICATION AID: Provides limited financial aid with prescription medications.
RENT: Assists low income clients with rent and mortgage payments. Client must see County Agencies first.
THRIFT STORE: Provides assistance with furniture and clothing at no cost to the client.
UTILITY ASSISTANCE: Provides utility assistance for those in need
Address:89 Franklin StWaterloo, IA 50703Map & Directions
Services: AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM: After school program for middle school aged kids Provides fun and structures activities.
CHRISTMAS ASSISTANCE: Christmas assistance, toys for children, 0-17 years of age, seasonal food boxes
CLOTHING: Offers clothing vouchers to those in need
COMMUNITY MEAL PROGRAM: Year-round nutritious free lunch program for anyone.
DISASTER RESPONSE: A part of the national Salvation Army, assistance is provided with mobile feeding canteens, spiritual support services, and basic needs provisions.
EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE: Services for transient families by direct request or agency referrals Local help with financial emergency(Rent), food and more There is very limited transportation assistance.
FOOD PANTRY: Provides food for those in need up to 4 times a year Client must be registered at the Northeast Iowa Food Bank
MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION: Provides $25 for transportation to travel to Iowa City Hospital or to the Mayo Clinic.
PRESCRIPTION BILL ASSISTANCE: Provides up to $50 a year to help pay for prescriptions.
SENIOR PROGRAMS: Bingo Wednesdays 10 am
WEATHER RELATED SHELTER for those needing respite from the summer heat or the freezing temperatures of winter The decision is determined by the local weather agencies Bring any items to keep you entertained and comfortable.
Hours: Financial Assistance by appointment only, Lunch served Mon-Fri 11:30 am-1 pm,Food Pantry Mon-Fri 9 am-11 am
Address:1112 Mobile StWaterloo, IA 50703Map & Directions
Services: CRISIS ASSISTANCE: Provides financial assistance to person facing EVICTION OR DISCONNECTION Must provide eviction notice and/or utility disconnection notice.
EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM: Offers addiction group counseling, community service activities and other educational programming such as the legal clinic, financial management, citizenship restoration, fair housing and lead based paint awareness, health screenings, home buyers, employment and voter education Employment Preparation and placement services for unskilled, low income or formerly incarcerated persons in partnership with other state and local entities
FOOD PANTRY: Partnering with Northeast Iowa Food bank, Jesse Cosby Center operates a small food pantry to assist individuals and families who are experiencing food insecurity
SENIOR CONGREGATE MEALS: Provides on site and home delivered meals to seniors
Address:607 Sycamore StWaterloo, IA 50703Map & Directions
Services: CLOTHING: Offers clothing size newborn to 5X Adults will be provided shoes,underwear,casual and professional clothing
FOOD PANTRY: Provides food for the homeless and those in need
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: Provides clients with towels, sheets, linens, small appliances, furniture, dishes, baby beds, strollers, etc. as they become available.
HYGIENE PRODUCTS: Offers such things as shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant, etc.
LOCAL BUS TICKETS: Those starting work. attending school,and who need to go to a doctor's appointments will receive local bus tickets Proof must be provided
SCHOOL UNIFORMS: Provides one school uniform at no cost
WORK UNIFORMS: Provides work uniforms for those starting employment
Hours: Mon,Wed,Thu, Fri 9 am-4 pm, Tu 1:30 pm-4 pm