Address:130 N Judd Pkwy NEFuquay Varina, NC 27526Map & Directions
Services: Provides crisis and emergency services such as assistance with rent, medical, water bill, caskets, etc General services include referrals to sources of food, clothing, furniture, linens, short-term counseling, crisis assistance and assistance with transportation for clients Administers special funds, when available, for adult day care and intake for child care, prescriptions, assists with eyecare, and other services.
Hours: M-F: 8:30am - 5:00pm
Eligibility: Wake County families with children, elderly and disabled, income restrictions may apply; qualify 1 time per year.
Documents To Bring: Come in or call for screening.
Address:558 Village CtGarner, NC 27529Map & Directions
Services: Provides food for the hungry, a clothing closet and financial assistance May receive food and clothing every 3 months and financial assistance for rent, utilities or prescription 1 time per year.
Hours: M, W, F: 9am - 1pm
Eligibility: Garner area residents with a Garner phone or address. Must have eviction notice for rent or shutoff for utilities.
Documents To Bring: Call office.
Address:745 Shawtown RdLillington, NC 27546Map & Directions
Services: Family Services, Crisis Assistance
Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Eligibility: 200% poverty guidelines
Documents To Bring: Come to the agency or call and speak to a Family Serivces Counselor
Address:1600 Olive Chapel Rd #408Apex, NC 27502Map & Directions
Services: Food pantry available once every 30 days.
Financial aid available up to once per year in emergency situations Help is available for rent, utilities, mortgage and prescriptions Other assistance possible by special request.
Hours: M, T, W, Th: 10am - 1pm.
NOW - Open Monday Nights
5:30pm - 8pm.
Eligibility: All residents of Apex, Friendship, Holly Springs, and New Hill and Fuquay-Varina.
Documents To Bring: Please bring proof of current address, walk-ins are welcome. If seeking financial aid, please being past due bill and documentation about crisis situation if available.
Address:1863 Capital BlvdRaleigh, NC 27604Map & Directions
Services: Fiancial assistance is by Appointment Only Calls for appointments are taken on Fridays, beginning at 8am, and the appointments are set for the following week at that time.
The Salvation Army will pay up to $100 toward a final notice utility bill, or court eviction notice, if the following requirements are met (no assistance with prescriptions, deposits or first month's rent):
1 North Carolina Identification Card or valid photo ID
2 Social Security Card or tax identification card (needed for ANY adult living in the home)
3 Proof of currently working 30 hours per week, or proof that you are currently receiving social security benefits, unemployment or proof that you have been laid off for the last 6 months.
4 Final notice for utility bill, or Court eviction papers for rental assistance.
The $100 will be paid after the person receiving assistance has met all other obligations toward the payment of the bill (e.g. if the past due amount is $125, $25 must be paid before we will release or $100). To apply for financial assistance, please call for an appointment on Friday mornings between 8am-9am. Appointments will be made at that time for the following week.
Hours: M-Thur. 8am-5pm; Fridays 8am-2pm
Eligibility: Please see program description for eligibility requirements.
Documents To Bring: Please see program description for intake procedures/ information.
Address:10 Sunnybrook RdRaleigh, NC 27610Map & Directions
Services: Provides assistance to clients in a heating or cooling related crisis, ie: utilities, heating bills, oil, wood, etc Each program carries its own eligibility criteria and has its own funding limitations Dates are determined by administration and funding availability Programs include: Crisis Intervention Program (max. benefit of $300/yr.), CP&L Project Share ($200/application with a max. benefit of $400/yr.), Warmth for Wake (max. benefit is $200, and clients are not eligible for other programs in heating crisis) and Low Income Energy Assistance Payment Program (LIEAP).
Pop-up Message says - Crisis Intervention - Energy bill assistance applications by APPT during the hours of 8:30am - 12pm & WALK-INS from 1:30pm - 4:30pm...LIEAP REQ'S -- Apply 11/4 -11/15. Checks sent in February Persons not receiving food stamps must apply in person at WCHS from 8am-4pm. Need Picture ID, SS card for all household members, income verification for October, & first time applicants need current copy of heating bill or vending source for wood, kerosene or LP (propane gas).-------Max gross monthly incomes: 1 person $788; 2 persons $1065; 3 persons $1342; 4 persons $1618
Hours: M-F: 8:30am-4:30pm
Eligibility: Need a final or shutoff notice. Income restrictions apply. Wake County residents.
Documents To Bring: Appointments only from 8:30am - 12:00pm and walk-ins from 1:30pm - 4:30pm. LIEAP by walk-in 11/4-11/15 8am - 4pm.
Address:714 North StSmithfield, NC 27577Map & Directions
Services: Crisis Intervention Program provides assistance to low-income households that are in a heating or cooling related emergency. CIP program is to help families stay warm in the winter and cool in the summer. By doing so, this reduces the risk of health and safety problems such as illines, fire or eviction.
Provide fans to elderly and the disabled people in the community.
Hours: Monday 8:00am - 6:00pm, Tuesday.-Friday 8:00am - 5:00 pm
Eligibility: We serve all ages-most programs are income based.
Documents To Bring: By mail and walk-ins.
Address:507 N Steele StSanford, NC 27330Map & Directions
Services: Assistance provided for emergency utility, food, lodging, and resources.
Hours: Monday-Thursday 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Documents To Bring: Come in with identification.
Address:1615 S 3rd StSanford, NC 27330Map & Directions
Services: Helping Fund Policies: The Helping Fund is an emergency financial resource for indigent older adults It was established by the Board of Directors of the Enrichment Center, Inc. to alleviate some of the crucial financial needs of older adults in Lee County Funds are based community contributions and are very limited.
Assistance will be considered for the following services: electrical bills, necessary prescriptions, water bills, fuel bills (lp, natural, propane, kerosene), wood for heating, partial rent in extreme situations (homeless), if needed for medical reasons only--basic telephone, food in emergency situations Appropriate staff will grant approval for assistance after an assessment of need has been performed.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Eligibility: To qualify for assistance: a person must be at least 60 years of age, in an emergency financial situation, a Lee County resident. Appropriate staff will grant approval for assistance after an assessment of need has been performed.
Documents To Bring: By appointment, telephone or walk-in. Complete client assessment form will respond within 2 business days after completion or form.
Address:530 Carthage StSanford, NC 27330Map & Directions
Services: State-County Special Assistance for Adults- A cash supplement to help low-income adults residing in adult care homes (such as rest homes) pay for their care Adult care homes are unlike nursing homes in that medical care is not provided by home staff Designated staff may administer medications and provide personal care services such as assistance with bathing, eating, and dressing.
Crisis Intervention Program- This program is for low-income households in a heating or cooling-related life threatening emergency This program has limited funding and normally runs during the fall and winter unless there is a presidential declaration due to heat related deaths during the summer.
Low Income Energy Assistance Program- This program provides once a year payment to low-income households to help with the cost of heating Applications are usually taken in late October or early November; checks are issued in February based on the type of heating source, the household's income, and the area of the state the applicant lives in.
Energy Neighbor Energy and CEMC Project Share- This program is for households in a heating or cooling related emergency when service is provided by Energy Neighbor and Central Electric Membership Corporation These programs have income limits and authorization is based on funding availability.
Jim Garner Fuel Fund for the Elderly- A program run strictly on contributions from the community These funds are used to provide heating or cooling for the elderly that are living on fixed incomes The program is expanded, when contributions allow, to assist this same elderly group with prescriptions.
Adult Services- Services including In-Home Aide Services, Home Management services, long term care, Adult Day Care (day care for adults) Nursing and Adult Care Home Placement, respite services, case management for adults at risk for abuse, neglect, or exploitation, adult protective services, Adult Care Home case management for those individuals in area facilities requiring enhanced care and supervising/monitoring adult care homes/family care homes under the licensure rules and regulations of the Division of Facility Services Provide guardianship services for individuals found incompetent and there is no family or individual capable, suitable, or willing to serve.
Eligibility: DHHS website- http://info.dhhs.state.nc.us/olm/manauals/default.aspx
Documents To Bring: Applicants apply for services at 530 Carthage Street. Reports of abuse/neglect/exploitation may be reported by phone.