Address:416 Pulaski StLincoln, IL 62656Map & Directions
Services: Emergency financial assistance is available for rent and utilities. Can receive assistance once per year.
Eligibility: No income in the past 30 days. Must have shut-off notice for utilities. Eviction notice for rent assistance is helpful
Address:100 N Jackson StClinton, IL 61727Map & Directions
Services: Financial assistance, up to $40 once per year, for individuals or families for basic living needs (i.e., housing expenses, utilities, food, prescriptions, etc.).
Eligibility: Only eligible once per calendar year.
Address:803 W Leander StClinton, IL 61727Map & Directions
Services: DAX Program Emergency financial assistance in DeWitt County and is funded through the DeWitt County United Way and individual gifts. Funds are administered through the Clinton office by a volunteer advisor board.
Hours: Hours vary by location. Additional hours for Summer 2018 are listed below.
Address:431 E Washington StClinton, IL 61727Map & Directions
Services: Financial assistance available, via direct vendor payment only, for families and individuals without resources. Must meet program, income, and asset requirements. The need also must be a life-threatening circumstance and the assistance provided must alleviate that life-threatening circumstance.
Eligibility: Clintonia Township residents must meet eligibility factors after being determined ineligible for all state welfare programs. Situations must be life threatening or necessary to maintain employment.
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Address:1700 E Main St #105Clinton, IL 61727Map & Directions
Services: When funds are available, emergency rental assistance may be provided for those who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
Address:611 W Washington StBloomington, IL 61701Map & Directions
Services: Emergency assistance to families and individuals for rent and utilities when funds are available.
Eligibility: - Must be a resident of McLean County.
Address:607 S Gridley St # BBloomington, IL 61701Map & Directions
Services: Emergency assistance is limited to rent and utilities. It is available only one time in a 24-month period to alleviate "life threatening" situations or to assist individuals in maintaining self-sufficiency. There is a lifetime limit of three times to receive Emergency Assistance. Documentation showing legal notice of eviction and/or utility shut-off notice (gas, electric, water) is required.
Hours: Orientation Schedule:
Eligibility: Applicants for General Assistance and Emergency Assistance must be residents of the City of Bloomington Township. If receiving cash assistance from TANF or SSI, the person would generally be ineligible for this program.
Address:95 Ste Genevieve DrSte. Genevieve, MO 63670Map & Directions
Services: East Missouri Action Agency, Inc. (EMAA), is a community action agency that provides direct assistance, family development and community engagement services through Community Services, Women's Wellness, Head Start, and Housing programs. Our board of directors is comprised of representatives from the public, private and low-income communities.
Hours: Mon and Wed 7:30am to 5:00pm
Eligibility: Low income households that have a member with a life threatening medical condition requiring the use of air conditioning
Address:304 E Mulberry StNormal, IL 61761Map & Directions
Services: Emergency Assistance to cover rent or utilities is available once every twelve months for families with minor children dealing with a life-threatening situation, such as a notice of eviction or a utility disconnection.
Eligibility: - Normal Township resident.
Address:Lincoln & Third St.Riverton, IL 62561Map & Directions
Services: Emergency Assistance for rent and utilities is available for those individuals determined eligible who have demonstrated a verifiable life threatening circumstance. Emergency Assistance is limited to once every 12 months.