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Barrington Township

Address:
602 S Hough St
Barrington, IL 60010

Map & Directions

(1 Mile Away )

Telephone:
(847) 381-5632

Website:
http://www.barringtontownship.com/

Services:
Barrington Township Office administers General Assistance Programs to township residents which provide ongoing financial and medical assistance to qualifying persons for as long as their need exists. An application can sometimes be expedited if an emergency exists. The Township also offers Emergency Assistance, a separate program providing one time per year assistance to qualifying residents of the Township. Transient Assistance may be available. Food pantry also available to Township residents once per month. Barrington Township includes parts of Barrington, Barrington Hills, Inverness, Hoffman Estates and South Barrington. Rental and utility monies once in a 12 month period.

Hours:
Office hours: 8:00 am-4:00 pm Monday-Friday; Food Pantry hours: 9:00 am-11:00 am & 1:00 pm-3:00 pm Monday- phone first.

Eligibility:
To qualify for General Assistance, one must not be eligible for any other state or federal assistance program except Medicaid. The applicant is required to be a resident of Barrington Township. Also, there are numerous qualifications involving assets, income, and household composition.

Documents To Bring:
Call for an appointment for General Assistance. For Food Pantry, call before visiting to be sure someone is there.

If you don't have a righteous objective,eventually you will suffer. When you do the right thing for the right reason,the right result awaits.

-- Chin-Ning Chu

St Peter & Paul Catholic Church

Address:
410 N 1st St
Cary, IL 60013

Map & Directions

(7 Miles Away - Go to: Cary, IL Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(847) 516-2636

Website:
http://peterpaulchurchcary.org/

Services:
After receiving a phone call from a person in need, 2 members will make a home visit and provide emergency assistance, i.e. rent, utilities, medicine, etc. Calls will be returned within a few days after voicemail is left.

Hours:
No set operation hours; leave message on answering machine.

Eligibility:
No eligibility requirements.

Saint Vincent dePaul

Address:
111 S Hubbard St
Algonquin, IL 60102

Map & Directions

(9 Miles Away - Go to: Algonquin, IL Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(847) 628-5161

Website:
http://www.saintmargaretmary.org

Services:
After receiving a phone call from a person in need, 2 members will make a home visit and provide emergency assistance, i.e. rent, utilities, medicine, etc. Calls will be returned within a few days after voicemail is left.

Hours:
No set operation hours; leave message on answering machine.

Eligibility:
No eligibility requirements.

The Father in Heaven always has been, always is and always will be perfect.

-- Unknown

Faith Community Homes

Address:
302 N Dunton Ave
Arlington Heights, IL 60004

Map & Directions

(9 Miles Away - Go to: Arlington Heights, IL Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(847) 342-0846

Website:
http://www.fchomes.org

Services:
Faith Community Homes reaches out to low income, employed families with children to assist them in securing attainable rental housing.  Mentoring and referrals are provided as they move toward financial stability and independence.   Individuals grow personally and become responsible, contributing members of the community. Further, they educate Church and civic organizations about the lack of affordable housing, and advocate for affordable housing issues with local government bodies.  

      Faith Community Homes provides supportive housing services to employed low- income families with children who are at risk of becoming homeless.   They help these families resolve their housing challenges by providing up to two years of mentoring and support which focuses on budgeting, planning for the future, and problem solving, with the goal of their becoming financially stable and independent.        The families they accept must have school age children, as they are also concerned about children being at risk for homelessness or in unstable living situations. The parents are expected to maintain employment.   Most importantly, the family must agree to meet with mentors weekly to review their budgeting, establish both long and short-term goals, and to work on other problems that may arise.   The long-term goals families set are most often centered on finding ways to improve their employability, often through further education.         The Program / Case Manager position provides for the training and supervision of volunteer mentors for each family; the process of interviewing, screening and selection of families applying for service; finding available housing options for families; the facilitation of the quarterly reviews of each family with their mentors throughout their time in the program; assistance with problem solving in case of emergencies and difficult situations that arise; and the coordination of volunteers who assist in many aspects of the program.        People wanting to mentor a family are usually known to one of their Faith Community Homes Board or Committee Members, sign a release for a background check, provide references, and complete an orientation and training program before being assigned to a family.   Mentors are supervised regularly by their Program Coordinator / Case Manager.         Some financial assistance is offered to the families.   Initially, this consists of help with a portion of their rent.   Families provide 30% of their income toward rent; they assist with the remainder. As their financial situation improves, they pay a larger portion of the rent, working towards paying their full rent by the time they complete the program.   Financial assistance for tuition or books may be provided to parents deciding to return to school in order to develop skills for a higher paying job.   They may also assist, when needed, with auto repairs or in finding a donated vehicle.   Help towards the fees for child-care, school supplies, and other expenses related to children, is also provided as needed.    At times they assist with some medical expenses and other unexpected financial demands.   In some instances, the financial help is in the form of a no interest loan.       The Program / Case Manager ensures that all of these activities take place for each family.   Every family is continually monitored for progress in reaching goals; options, possible solutions and recommendations for addressing problems are presented and discussed with the family.   The Manager and the Mentors do not act as “parents”, but rather as consultants and guides who provide encouragement and support.   While Faith Community Homes has a strong faith based support and origin, they do not require any faith orientation of the families they serve, nor do they discuss faith issues with them.         The success of their program is demonstrated by the families who have “graduated” and are now living independently without fear of losing their home and with the confidence that they can meet the challenges they encounter.    Families are able to navigate society constructively.               They have recently initiated a Phase 2 program as a safety net to prevent “relapses” for families who are struggling with specific problems at the end of their two year program.   These problems may include outstanding significant debts, unfinished education programs, sudden illness or even unexpected loss of employment.   In their Phase 2 program, families continue with mentoring, but they are responsible for all their financial obligations.   They currently have one family in this program.        

Salvation Army Citadel Corps

Address:
316 Douglas Ave
Elgin, IL 60120

Map & Directions

(11 Miles Away - Go to: Elgin, IL Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(847) 741-2304

Website:
http://under construction

Services:
The Salvation Army in Elgin provides financial assistance for utilities and rent when funding is available. Emergency food assistance is available M-F, but main food pantry distribution is held every Friday. Clothing referrals may be given two times a year or once every six months. Client needs a voucher, picture ID, and proof of address. Other programs include the state-wide Nicor Sharing Program for gas utility assistance and a Latino literacy program. A satellite office is located in Carpentersville - see additional listing. Services in English and Spanish.

Hours:
Emergency Food Pantry: 9 am-3:30 pm Monday-Thursday; Client's Choice Food Pantry 10:00 am-12:00 pm Friday; Clothing services: 9 am-11 am and 1 pm- 3:30 pm.

Eligibility:
Residents of Elgin, South Elgin, Carpentersville, East and West Dundee, and Hampshire. Must provide photo ID proof of Kane County Residency or Elgin-Cook County Residency.

Documents To Bring:
The client must provide a photo identification card and proof of address.

The one unchangeable certainty is that nothing is unchangeable or certain.

-- John F Kennedy

Hanover Township Izaak Walton Center

Address:
899 Jay St
Elgin, IL 60120

Map & Directions

(11 Miles Away - Go to: Elgin, IL Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(847) 888-8329

Website:
http://www.hanover-township.org

Services:
The Hanover Township's Elgin Office provides Cook County Elgin residents with easy access to township programs and services *The Welfare Department is on site on Mondays to provide access to local, state and federal welfare programs, including LIHEAP. *On Tuesdays a community health nurse provides health screenings and events. *Tuesday and Wednesday evenings Youth and Family Services provides a therapist to see families *Tuesday evening there is tutoring for children *On Wednesday, senior services staff help with social service needs In addition, Senior activities are offered throughout the week *On Fridays the Assessor is in and anyone can walk in to talk about their tax assessment * Food is available on an emergency basis only during the week for Cook County Elgin residents For specific information on all services and to make appointments, please call the departments directly - see Contacts tab for all numbers Also available: voter registration and notary public Spanish is spoken.

Hours:
Office: 8:30 am-4:30 pm Monday-Friday; Tuesdays: Youth and Family Services counseling: 4:30 pm-9:00 pm; Tutoring 5:00 pm-8:00 pm.

Eligibility:
Cook County Elgin residents.

Documents To Bring:
Call each main department to make an appointment directly to make an appointment at the Elgin office with Welfare, Senior, Youth and Family and Community Health Departments. Assessor available for walk ins.

Elgin Twp Supervisor

Address:
729 S McLean Blvd
Elgin, IL 60123

Map & Directions

(11 Miles Away - Go to: Elgin, IL Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(847) 741-2045

Website:
http://www.elgintownship.com

Services:
Elgin Township provides General Assistance for those who are ineligible for any other state or federal funding program Eligibility is based on financial need and township residency. They also provide Emergency Assistance for rent to prevent eviction and disconnection of utilities. They provide life sustaining prescriptions such as for diabetes, blood pressure, and heart medications (no assistance for pain or psychotropic prescriptions). They refer for social assistance and provide Voter registration and early voting for Kane County residents Household battery recycling is available as are Notary Public services They also are a member of TRIAD, a community partnership to enhance safety and services to seniors.

Hours:
8:00 am-4:00 pm Monday-Friday

Eligibility:
Must be an Elgin Township resident. Emergency Assistance: A person must demonstrate the ability to pay their next month's rent when seeking rent assistance. A disconnect status must exist to receive utility assistance (gas, electric, water). Income guidelines apply. General Assistance: Must be a single adult with little or no income.

Documents To Bring:
Must pick up application and be scheduled for an interview at the office.

He who asks questions cannot avoid the answers.

-- Cameroon Proverb

Nunda Township Supervisor

Address:
3510 Bay Rd
Crystal Lake, IL 60012

Map & Directions

(12 Miles Away - Go to: Crystal Lake, IL Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(815) 459-4011

Website:
http://www.nundasupervisor.com

Services:
Emergency assistance may be available for such things as utility bill shut off notices, eviction notices, and emergency gas or food.

Eligibility:
Must be a resident of Nunda Township and meet guidelines.

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The Evangelical Free Church of Crystal Lake

Address:
575 E Crystal Lake Ave
Crystal Lake, IL 60014

Map & Directions

(12 Miles Away - Go to: Crystal Lake, IL Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(815) 459-1095

Website:
http://efccl.org

Services:
Financial assistance is available for housing, utilities, prescriptions, or car repairs.

Hours:
Walk-in hours: Tue-Fri, 9:30 am - 4:00 pm.

If it's not growing, it's going to die.

-- Michael Eisner

The Salvation Army Crystal Lake Corps Community Center

Address:
5846
Crystal Lake, IL 60014

Map & Directions

(12 Miles Away - Go to: Crystal Lake, IL Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(815) 455-2769

Website:
http://www.salarmycl.org

Services:
The Salvation Army of McHenry County provides emergency assistance to individuals and families who find themselves without the basic necessities for survival. Assistance can include but is not limited to:

Hours:
M-F, 8:00 am - 12:00 pm; 12:30 pm - 4:00 pm.

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