Address:212 E Church StWarren, AR 71671Map & Directions
Services: Homeless Motel Vouchers, Rent Payment Assistance
Hours: 9:00am to 2:00pm, Mon.; 2:00pm to 3:00pm, Tues., Thurs.
Eligibility: Contact agency for requirements.
Area Served: Bradley, AR. county.
Address:606 E Boundry StFarmerville, LA 71241Map & Directions
Services: Services for Seniors 60+
2.Home Delivered Meals
6.Acadian on Call Unit-Emergency alert phone system.
Hours: 8 am.- 4 pm, Monday - Thursday
8 am - 2 pm, Friday
Eligibility: Must be 60 years of age or older and a resident of Union Parish.
Documents To Bring: Walk-In
Address:202 E Water StFarmerville, LA 71241Map & Directions
Services: 1.Food Distribution - USDA Commodities distributed quarterly.
2.Utility Assistance - Provides limited financial assistance with energy bills, as funds are available LIHEAP
3.Migrant Education - serves families w/ children who migrate for agricultural work. Provide advocacy, short term tutoring, school supplies.
4.WIA-Provides on the job training, basic skills, and occupational skills training.
5.Job Preparation and training.
6.Financial assistance for housing.
Hours: 8 am - 4:30 pm Monday - Friday
Eligibility: Economically disadvantaged.
Documents To Bring: Walk-in
Address:310 Skinner Ln # 100Oak Grove, LA 71263Map & Directions
Services: SERVICES OFFERED: - - Provides Section 8 Rental Assistance to Families and/or Individuals that meet the federal poverty guidelines.
Hours: Closed for Lunch: 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Eligibility: Indivduals that meet the Federal Proverty Low-Income Requirements
Address:207 E Jefferson StOak Grove, LA 71263Map & Directions
1.Advocacy-Action on behalf of older persons.
2.Adult Education & Training-A supportive service which provides older individuals with opportunities to acquire knowledge & skills suited to their interests, needs, and capabilities through either formal academic courses or informal methods.
3.Counseling-The provision of direct guidance and assistance in the utilization of needed service, and help in coping with personal problems.
4.Emergency Food & Shelter Program-Emergency funds, provided by the federal government are available for persons with referrals and documentation of their needs.
5.Assessment Screening-Assisting older persons in attaining and maintaining a favorable health condition by helping them to identify and understand their health needs and to secure necessary preventive medical care. Included are regular blood pressure checks, exercising classes, eye screening,glaucoma test, audio screening, foot care,and lectures by physicians, nurses, and other medical personnel.
6.Homemaker Service-Personal care home maimtance tasks for the elderly in their homes by a trained and supervised homemaker. Includes light house keeping.
7.Information & Assistance-Service which seek to match a wide variety of individual needs with appropriate community resources through individual advice, counseling referral and follow-ups.
8.ProBono Elderly Project-Free legal service to help those with legal problems, directly through advocacy, advice, referral, or finding a private attorney to handle a case without charge or at least at a very minimal fee.
9.Nutrition-Congregate-Nutritionally balanced meals for persons 60 & over and their spouses, provided in a group setting served at the Senior Center and Satellite Site. Home Delivered Meals (Meals-On-Wheels)nutritionally balanced meals to home bound persons 60 and over who live alone and are unable to leave their residence or prepare meals for themselves.
10.Ombudsman-A parish and statewide service which involves investigation and resolution of complaints made by or on behalf of consumers who reside in nursing homes without necessarily describing blame to any of the involved parties. Ombudsman personnel are specially trained and visit each patient in the nursing home periodically.
11.Outreach-Initial seek and search acitvities to identify isolated and hard to reach individuals in order to assist them in gaining access to needed services. A needs assessment follows each outreach.
12.Recreation-Enabling older persons to use and more fully enjoy leisure time, including individual and group social activities,and pursuits such as arts, crafts, hobbies, travel, games, sports, and trips.
13.Transportation-Transporting older persons to and from community facilities in vans,which are wheelchair lift equipped.
14.Helping Hands-An emergency assistance program provided for low-income elderly and handicapped.
15.Volunteer Opportunities-Volunteers lectures by physicians, nurses, and other medical personnel.
Hours: 7:30 am - 4 pm, Monday - Thursday
7:30 am - 2 pm, Friday
Eligibility: Services and activities for persons 60 years of age and older. Each program has specific eligibility requirements.
Documents To Bring: Walk-in or telephone.
Address:407 Kay StOak Grove, LA 71263Map & Directions
Services: USDA commodities distributed quarterly.
Western Union station.
Provides used clothing
Weatherization Application Referral
Medicaid Enrollment Center
40lb food boxes for Seniors
Food vouchers when available
Energy Assistance-Limited financial assistance available to assist income eligible individuals
Hours: 8 am - 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday
Eligibility: Must meet income guidelines.
Documents To Bring: Complete application; proof of income
Address:2105 US-65Eudora, AR 71640Map & Directions
Services: Rent Payment Assistance, Rent Payment Assistance for Older Adults
Hours: 8:00am to 4:30pm, Mon. - Fri.
Eligibility: Ages 62 and older or an adult with a physical disability. Annual income limit for one person is $13,500 and $15,400 for two people. Must be self-sufficient.
Area Served: All of Carroll County Arkansas.
Documents To Bring: Contact agency.
Address:526 W Faulkner StEl Dorado, AR 71730Map & Directions
Services: Electric Service Payment Assistance, Gas Service Payment Assistance, Rent Payment Assistance, Water Service Payment Assistance
Hours: 10:00am to 5:00pm, Mon. - Thurs.
Eligibility: Contact agency for requirements for HIV/AIDS Clients.
Area Served: El Dorado, AR.
Documents To Bring: Drivers license or photo ID. Proof of income. Social Security card.
Address:2410 Old Sterlington RdMonroe, LA 71203Map & Directions
Services: SERVICES OFFERED: RURAL HOUSING-Eligibility Requirements: Must have household income that meets the low/moderate income criteria,be without decent,safe,and sanitary housing,be unable to obtain credit from other sources at reasonable rates and terms, be a citizen or a legal alien,have ability to repay the loan and existing debts and meet normal family living expenses,have and accept credit worthiness,and have legal capacity to incur the loan obligation. COMMUNITY PROGRAMS -Eligibility/Requirements: Legal entity (Non-profit or public body),need and demand,unable to get credit at reasonable rates and terms elsewhere,serve a rural area or town of 10,000 people or less,or up to 20,000 population if not Metropolitan Statistical Area. BUSINESSES AND INDUSTRIAL LOANS RURAL RENTAL HOUSING-(Multi-Family Housing)Eligibility/Requirements: Same as for community programs except entity could be limited profit,can also be individual cooperatives,or profit or non-profit corporation, partnership,general partnership,public body(non-profit)plus have experience&ability to operate and manage a rental housing project successfully.FREE HOMEBUYERS WORKSHOP: Hosted by Neighorhood Assistance Corporation of America (NACA), a HUD certified Housing Counsel Agency is presenting a Free Homebuyer Workshop on Saturday, August 11, 2018, at 10;00am - 2:00pm, Location: New Lighthouse Baptist Church, 1623 S. 4th Street, Monroe LA 7120. To register and for more information visit: www.naca.com or Call Toll Free: 425-602-6222. -
Eligibility: Varies according to service
Address:400 Hart StMonroe, LA 71201Map & Directions
Services: homeless prevention and rapid rehousing for homeless persons and families - HPRP
Hours: 8:30am - 5pm, Monday - Thursday
8:30am - 12:00pm, Friday
Eligibility: homeless, or those who would become homeless within 14 days if not for this assistance
Documents To Bring: Walk-in, telephone, picture ID needed