Address:350 Ruin Creek RdHenderson, NC 27536Map & Directions
Services: DSS is a division of county government that provides the following services: Adult Medicaid, Aging and Adult services, Children services, Child Support,Families First program, Family and Children Medicaid, Food and Nutritional services, Senior Center, Work First, and Individual and Family support.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 - 5:00
Eligibility: Follow State and Federal guidelines for individual programs.
Documents To Bring: Contact Social Services Ofice to get individual program intake procedures.
Address:355 Alexander AveHenderson, NC 27536Map & Directions
Services: Agency provides general assistance with utilities, rent, medicine, clothing and food.
Hours: Tuesday-Thursday: Tuesday-1:00-3:30
Wed. & Thurs.- 9am-12pm & 1pm-3:30pm
Eligibility: Food needs require DSS referral
Documents To Bring: Must apply in person,have picture ID, and SS card for each person in the household. The bill requiring assistance with must have clints name on it and the client must be responsible for the bill.
Address:634 Roxboro RdOxford, NC 27565Map & Directions
Services: ACIM has limited financial assistance for utilities and rent payments.
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Eligibility: Granville County resident.
Documents To Bring: Financial assistance requires a referral from Granville County Social Services.
Address:410 W Spring StOxford, NC 27565Map & Directions
Services: Financial help to eligible persons in need of rent and utilities payment assistance.
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Eligibility: Citizens residing in Granville County, eligibility is based on family size and income. Assistance is limited to $600.00 per family per 12 month period. Must be able to show eviction or cut off notice in order to verify 'crisis.'
Documents To Bring: Apply in person, submit an application generated on-line, mail-in applications.
Address:122 Depot StRoxboro, NC 27573Map & Directions
Services: The Cristian Help Center is designed to meet emergency needs only in the areas of food, clothes, shelter and financial assistance with utilities, and rent. We have a clothes closet containing donated clothes for the entire famliy. Clothes can be gotten twice per month if needed. We have food pantry with non-perishable foods such as vegetables, canned meats, peanut butter, pastas, cereal, flour and sugar. Food is given to those who qualify for food, one must prove amount of food stamp assistance and income. If income (after bills are paid), or food stamp assistance is below $100 per household member, the family will qualify. A soup kitchen is available to serve a hot meal each weekday at noon. (meals are provided by local chruches and organizations). Also, we are to help with utility bills--not to exceed $100 for first time clients and $50 to $75 for repeats. Financial assistance is given once per year. There may be exceptions in case of fire or other disasters Does not provide direct shelter services but can assist clients in finding access to shelters in other communities.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-1:30pm. Clients are seen from 9:00am until 11:45am
Eligibility: Must be 18 yrs or older, responsible for welfare of family, (if married, the husband or wife can complete the application). Those in emergency need - we do not discriminate.
Documents To Bring: Come in and bring proof of residence, proof of income and food stamps, proof of bills. We will complete an application. Be sure to have names and ages of all house members of the house. Utility bill should be in name of person applying for assistance.
Address:107 Industrial Dr # ALouisburg, NC 27549Map & Directions
Services: Assistance to eligible customers for heating and cooling, medication, food, shelter and information and referral to other agencies.
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
For emergencies after hours please call the Franklin County Emergency Center at 919-496-2511 and ask for the on-call social worker.
Eligibility: Reports that meet the legal definition of abuse, neglect or dependency are assigned to a social worker to complete either a child protective services investigation or a family assessment. A family continues to receive services through case management if there is a need for continued protection of the children. In cases where a child cannot remain safe in their home it may be necessary to place the child in foster care. A foster care social worker then works to achieve a permanent safe home for the child. Adoption Services and Foster Home Licensure are also provided by the agency.
Documents To Bring: Households must file an application form in the county in which they reside. All aspects of Emergency Services have various eligibility criteria, which the social worker explores during an interview within our office or if necessary, by telephone.