Address:200 N Chatham AveSiler City, NC 27344Map & Directions
Services: Provides a variety of services to the Latino population Provides general assistance and advocacy with housing, financial/consumer issues, driver's licenses, and IDs; translating and interpreting services; referrals and information about services available in the community; emergency assistance such as food, clothes and financial assistance; newcomer's assistance; and educational life skills workshops.
Hours: M, W, F: 9:00am - 5:30pm; Th: 9:30am - 2:30pm; closed Tuesda
Documents To Bring: Walk-ins and referrals.
Address:347 W Salisbury StAsheboro, NC 27203Map & Directions
Services: Limited emergency Financial Assistance to persons age 60 and over, for prescription and medical expenses, fuel and utility bills, housing costs, and other concerns Payments are made to the service provider (i.e. program, agency, or company); funds are not dispensed to the clients
Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8:30am - 4:00pm
Eligibility: Persons 60 and over who require one time emergency assistance, and have exhausted all other agencies for assistance.
Documents To Bring: Contact Jo Ellen Needham at 625-3389, for application process information.
Address:135 Sunset AveAsheboro, NC 27203Map & Directions
Services: United Way Agency - Christians United Outreach Center serves the working poor and indigent population of Randolph County through a variety of programs. The primary program of CUOC is short-term financial crisis intervention This program includes, but is not limited to, providing food, clothing, household items, furniture, gas vouchers so people can get to work or minor car repairs, RX assistance, heat, utilities, rent, mortgage payments, and medical equipment. Another program is a homeless initative called Project Independence (PI). PI is a long-term transitional housing solution with supportive services designed to assist a person(s) for a period of up to two years. To be eligible, the participant must meet the HUD definition of homeless and should be desire driven to become self-sufficient in 24 months, be willing to work with a program manager and volunteer mentor to develop a plan of action to reach such goals and be willing to
Hours: Intake for client services Monday thru Wednesday 10:00am - 3:00pm, Thursday 10:00am - 6:00pm
Eligibility: Those who are in crisis, unemployed, or the working poor
Documents To Bring: Call or go by CUOC during client service hours and fill out an application.
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.
Address:2885 Lee AveSanford, NC 27332Map & Directions
Services: Financial aid for persons in danger of loss of service for power, water, heat, or in danger of eviction.
Hours: Monday 4:30 p.m.-6:00 p.m., Wednesday and Friday 12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m.
Eligibility: Lee County resident, income level based on household size.
Documents To Bring: No appointment necessary. Appear during hours of operation with creditor information and income information.
Address:102 Camp DrPittsboro, NC 27312Map & Directions
Services: Provides annual payments to eligible households to assist with heating costs Income, assets and energy needs are considered.
Hours: M-F: 8am - 5pm
Eligibility: Chatham County residents.
Documents To Bring: Call DSS.
Address:150 S Main StRandleman, NC 27317Map & Directions
Services: Provides services to community of Randleman with a thrift store, food bank, emergency fund, Duke Power Bills, fuel assistance.
Hours: Tu-F, 8:30am-1:30pm
Eligibility: Resident of Randleman.
Documents To Bring: Apply in person.
Address:102 E Spring StTroy, NC 27371Map & Directions
Services: The Mongtomery County Department of Social Services provides financial assistance, protective services and case management for underserved populations in Montgomery County. Programs include: Adult Care Home Case Management, Adult Protective Services, At-Risk Case Management for Adults, Child Care, Child Support, Children's Services, Christmas for Needy Children, Community Alternatives Program for Disabled Adults, CP&L Project Share, Crisis Intervention Program, Emergency Food Assistance Program, Food Stamps, Foster Care, In-Home Aide, Low Income Energy Assistance Program, Medicaid, Health Choice, Placement Services, Program Integrity, Special Assistance, Transportation, Welfare to Work, Work First Employment Services and Work First Family Assistance
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm