Address:311 E Marion StShelby, NC 28150Map & Directions
Services: Offers Adult, Family, and Children's Medicaid Benefits, Food and Nutritional Service Benefits, Child Support Establishment and Enforcement Services, and Adult, Family and Children's Services.
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
After hours coverage is available for Adult and Child Protective Services only.
Eligibility: All eligibility requirements are explained during the application process.
Documents To Bring: Pursuant to specific program requirements, all applications are taken at the agency.
Address:230 E Main StLawndale, NC 28090Map & Directions
Services: Financial assistance is provided on power bills and water bills Assistance is only provided for past due balances or accounts that are about to be disconnected Not start ups, charge offs or deposits will be paid Client MUST provide current ID with correct address and have a CURRENT copy of the bill For Duke Energy clients, no Deferred Payment Arrangement Plan payments will be made Applicant for power or water assistance must be the same person that is listed as account owner or account holder NO payments will be made in a landlord or third party name.
Hours: Monday - Thursday, 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. clients must be in the office by 10:30 for same day service.
Eligibility: Client must be a resident of Upper Cleveland County.
Documents To Bring: Application required as well as picture ID and recent bill or mail to verify address. NO EXCEPTIONS!
Address:206 E Rutherford StLandrum, SC 29356Map & Directions
Services: Agency provides:
*limited emergency financial assistance for medications and utilities
Hours: M-F 10:00am-2:00pm Food & Clothing , M-F 10:00am-4:00pm Store
Eligibility: Campobello, Gowensville, and Landrum residents in Spartanburg County
Documents To Bring: Call or walk in
Address:1850 Old Furnace RdBoiling Springs, SC 29316Map & Directions
Services: Agency offers:
*Food and financial assistance (utilities and rent-if funds allow),
*Support for teen mothers,
*English classes for speakers of other languages, and a
*Family Solutions Program.
Hours: M-F 8:30am -5:00pm.
Documents To Bring: Call for information.
Address:976 S Pine StSpartanburg, SC 29302Map & Directions
Services: Total Ministries helps with
*obtaining identification papers to start work or find social services assistance (birth certificate, social security card, and picture i.d.),
*rent or mortgages,
*traveler's aid for stranded travelers, and
*utilities water and electric (no deposits).
Hours: M-Th 9:00am-12:30pm
Eligibility: Residents of Spartanburg
Documents To Bring: Call. Bring picture ID and SS card (help getting ID is available).
Address:1529 John B White Sr BlvdSpartanburg, SC 29301Map & Directions
Services: Emergency financial assistance with
*rent or mortgage( water)
*vouchers for clothing
*furniture (for burn outs)
*some prescription medications
Hours: M-Th 9:00am-11:30am-1:00pm-4:00pm; F 9:00am-12:00pm
Eligibility: Spartanburg County residents with a shut off or eviction notice and reason for need
Documents To Bring: Call for an appointment. ID SS for everyone in the household
Address:300 S Daniel Morgan AveSpartanburg, SC 29306Map & Directions
Services: PCASP provides
*basic computer training,
*emergency financial assistance,
*energy assistance/ LIHEAP/ weatherization,
*Head Start program,
*life skills training,
*rent and mortgage payment assistance,
*senior low-income housing complexes (Georgia Manor Apartments in Woodruff, Poinsett House Apartments for Seniors in Greenville, and Pleasant Meadows Apartments in Inman), and
*youth leadership program.
Hours: M-F 8:30am-5:00pm
Eligibility: Cherokee and Spartanburg County residents with low income. For Head Start, children ages 3-4. For senior housing, seniors ages 62+.
Documents To Bring: Call or walk in with picture ID, proof of income, and Social Security card.
Address:680 Asheville HwySpartanburg, SC 29303Map & Directions
Services: Their mission is to be the : "benevolence arm of the church" in Spartanburg County, providing emergency assistance to the poor and those in crisis situations. Their current ministry offerings are Food, Clothing,Rent/Mortgage,/Utilities,Chaplaincyservices to County prisons, and rehabilitation for "at-risk" juveniles. 1. Their 3200 sq. ft. Outreach Center houses a large food pantry, and provides the Hub location for other forms of emergency assistance. During 2005, the Outreach Center assisted 1,860 families, representing 4,634 individuals at a value of $153,213.67
2. Their 6000 sq. ft. Resale Store, called "The Market Place", is designed to provide equitable and affordable shopping opportunities for the poor. The inventory is fully donated and priced at a low discount. They also have a truck pickup/delivery service for donations and purchases. Revenue over expenses support their other ministries.
3. Their store inventory (clothes, furniture, bedding, housewares, etc., allows us to work with the local Fire authorities to refurnish homes for Fire victims at no cost to the victim.
Address:348 Grace Corpening DrMarion, NC 28752Map & Directions
Services: Offers help with education expenses, utilities, heat, rent, and medical costs.
Hours: By Appointment Only: Tuesday, 1:30 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.;
To make an appointment, contact the YMCA during these hours:
Monday - Friday, 5:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.;
Saturday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.;
Sunday, 1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Eligibility: Long term resident of McDowell County; Cannot have received money from the foundation within the last 12 months; Valid ID with McDowell County address.
Documents To Bring: Call the YMCA to make an appointment; Application can be picked up from the YMCA; Have application completed before the appointment time.
Address:145 E Court StMarion, NC 28752Map & Directions
Services: The Crisis Intervention Program (CIP) serves individuals and families who are experiencing a heating or cooling related crisis. A household is in a crisis if it is currently experiencing or is in danger of experiencing a life-threatening or health-related emergency and sufficient, timely, and appropriate assistance is not available from any other source. Life-threatening is defined as a household which has no heating or cooling source or has a disconnect notice for their primary heating or cooling service. Current or predicted temperatures can be used to determine if the household is in a crisis situation. Each household is evaluated on a case by case basis to determine if the temperatures would put someone's life in danger if the heating or cooling source was exhausted. The maximum a household can receive in benefits for the fiscal year July through June is $600 in total payments.
Hours: Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Funding is provided on an intermittent basis and dispersed on a first come, first serve basis until exhausted.
Eligibility: McDowell County residents; Must provide proof of shut-off from utility company. Agency pays the amount to avoid shut off or return power up to the annual maximum of $600;
Income maximum of 150% of the Federal Poverty Level.
Documents To Bring: In Person