Address:316 E 5th StWaterloo, IA 50703Map & Directions
Services: County Officeslocation Informationphysical Location316 East Fifth Streetwaterloo, Ia, United States, 50703last Updatedmonday, September 10, 2018agency Backgroundtax Statusnone Or Unknowncontact Information(319) 833-3003main Phone(319) email@example.com://www.co.black-hawk.ia.usmain Contactfrank Magsamenchairman Board Of Supervisorssupervisors@co.black-hawk.ia.us(319) 833-3003senior Workerfrank Magsamenchairman Board Of Supervisorssupervisors@co.black-hawk.ia.us(319) 833-3003hours Of Operationmon-fri 8 Am-4:30 Pmprograms Offeredcivil Courtscounty Assessorcounty Attorneycounty Auditorcounty Board Of Supervisorscounty Conservation Departmentcounty Emergency Managementcounty Engineercounty General Assistancecounty Recordercounty Sheriff's Officecounty Treasurer's Officecounty Veteran Servicessite Information
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm
Address:320 Broadway StWaterloo, IA 50703Map & Directions
Services: EMERGENCY FOOD BOX: Provides 3 to 5 day supply of non perishable food items Must see Northeast Iowa Food Bank First.
PERSCRIPTION MEDICATION AID: Provides limited financial aid with prescription medications.
RENT: Assists low income clients with rent and mortgage payments. Client must see County Agencies first.
THRIFT STORE: Provides assistance with furniture and clothing at no cost to the client.
UTILITY ASSISTANCE: Provides utility assistance for those in need
Hours: Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm
Address:89 Franklin StWaterloo, IA 50703Map & Directions
Services: AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM: After school program for middle school aged kids Provides fun and structures activities.
CHRISTMAS ASSISTANCE: Christmas assistance, toys for children, 0-17 years of age, seasonal food boxes
CLOTHING: Offers clothing vouchers to those in need
COMMUNITY MEAL PROGRAM: Year-round nutritious free lunch program for anyone.
DISASTER RESPONSE: A part of the national Salvation Army, assistance is provided with mobile feeding canteens, spiritual support services, and basic needs provisions.
EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE: Services for transient families by direct request or agency referrals Local help with financial emergency(Rent), food and more There is very limited transportation assistance.
FOOD PANTRY: Provides food for those in need up to 4 times a year Client must be registered at the Northeast Iowa Food Bank
MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION: Provides $25 for transportation to travel to Iowa City Hospital or to the Mayo Clinic.
PRESCRIPTION BILL ASSISTANCE: Provides up to $50 a year to help pay for prescriptions.
SENIOR PROGRAMS: Bingo Wednesdays 10 am
WEATHER RELATED SHELTER for those needing respite from the summer heat or the freezing temperatures of winter The decision is determined by the local weather agencies Bring any items to keep you entertained and comfortable.
Hours: Financial Assistance by appointment only, Lunch served Mon-Fri 11:30 am-1 pm,Food Pantry Mon-Fri 9 am-11 am
Address:1535 Lafayette StWaterloo, IA 50703Map & Directions
Services: FAMILY DEVELOPMENT: FADSS is an in-home family development program for FIP recipients and their families which utilizes a strengths -based approach to improve family functioning and move families toward self-sufficiency Focus is to support families in moving toward their goals, attaining skills and employment
FURNACE REPAIR: Replacement or repair of furnace
HOUSING COUNSELING: Home buyer education and post purchase counseling, both individual and group
NEST: This is an incentive program for low income pregnant and post partum women Meets on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Parents with infants up to age 5
RENT ASSISTANCE: Provides financial assistance to person facing EVICTION Notice Must provide eviction notice and/or utility disconnection notice
UTILITIES ASSISTANCE: Provides energy assistance to those in need
VOLUNTEERS: Recruitment and referrals for volunteers
WEATHERIZATION: Weatherproofing of homes to reduce air filtration to dwelling
WIC: WIC is a program that provides nutritious foods such as milk, cheese, eggs, cereal, juice and infant formula at no cost for families with pregnant women or young children They also receive nutrition advice from trained professionals and referrals for health care Many working families participate in WIC Those on Medicaid, or with a gross income less than the guidelines are income eligible
Hours: Mon-Thu 8 am-5:30 pm; Fri 8 am-12 noon
Address:1112 Mobile StWaterloo, IA 50703Map & Directions
Services: CRISIS ASSISTANCE: Provides financial assistance to person facing EVICTION OR DISCONNECTION Must provide eviction notice and/or utility disconnection notice.
EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM: Offers addiction group counseling, community service activities and other educational programming such as the legal clinic, financial management, citizenship restoration, fair housing and lead based paint awareness, health screenings, home buyers, employment and voter education Employment Preparation and placement services for unskilled, low income or formerly incarcerated persons in partnership with other state and local entities
FOOD PANTRY: Partnering with Northeast Iowa Food bank, Jesse Cosby Center operates a small food pantry to assist individuals and families who are experiencing food insecurity
SENIOR CONGREGATE MEALS: Provides on site and home delivered meals to seniors
Address:205 Adams St # 1Waterloo, IA 50703Map & Directions
Services: CRISIS PREVENTION AND REFERRAL: Assisting and connecting low-income individuals and families with the resources, institutions, and agencies that can best serve them The most pressing needs are rent and mortgage assistance, medicine, transportation, and utilities.
CRISIS ASSISTANCE: Provides financial assistance to person facing EVICTION NOTICE or a DISCONNECT NOTICE Must provide eviction notice or disconnect notice
MEDICAL CLINIC: Serving the uninsured and the under insured, the clinic provides free physicals and illness and minor injury care to all ages The clinic is staffed by volunteer physicians and healthcare providers, working collaboratively with community agencies to provide services and education that promote health and wellness.
Hours: Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm, clinic Thu 6 pm- 8 pm
Services: BENEFITS ASSISTANCE: Helps eligible veterans apply for compensation and pension programs to assist veterans and their dependents
VETERAN SERVICES: Helps wartime veterans or the family of a wartime veteran with rent, utilities, and limited medical expenses in time of need
Address:415 E Bremer Ave # 3Waverly, IA 50677Map & Directions
Services: County Officeslocation Informationphysical Location415 East Bremer Avenuewaverly, Ia, United States, 50677last Updatedtuesday, March 13, 2018agency Backgroundtax Statusnone Or Unknowncontact Information(319) 352-0130main Phoneemailtneil@co.bremer.ia.uswebsitehttp://www.co.bremer.ia.usmain Contacttim Neilchairman Of The Board Of Supervisorstneil@co.bremer.ia.us(319) 352-0130senior Workertim Neilchairman Of The Board Of Supervisorstneil@co.bremer.ia.us(319) 352-0130hours Of Operationmon-fri 8 Am-4:30 Pmprograms Offeredcentral Point Of Coordinationcounty Assessorcounty Attorneycounty Auditorcounty Board Of Supervisorscounty Clerk Of Courtcounty Conservation Departmentcounty Emergency Managementcounty Engineer's Officecounty General Assistancecounty Sheriff's Officecounty Veteran Servicessupported Community Living Servicessite Information
Address:2700 Horton RdWaverly, IA 50677Map & Directions
Services: RENTAL ASSISTANCE: Provides rental assistance to those in need
UTILITY ASSISTANCE: Provides utility assistance to those in need
Hours: Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm
Address:117 W Bremer AveWaverly, IA 50677Map & Directions
Services: FADSS an in-home family development program for FIP recipients and their families which utilizes a strengths-based approach to improve family functioning and move families toward self-sufficiency Focus is to support families in moving toward their goals, attaining skills and employment.
FANS: Provides fans for those in need.
FOOD PANTRY: A supplemental food program that provides to eligible households; Client and must be at or below 185% of poverty.
HEAD START: Provides comprehensive child development experience to children ages three to five. Comprehensive social service, health, education, nutrition, and parent involvement components are also provided. Volunteer role models/mentors are needed at breakfast and lunch times; Children 3-5 years old, meet income guidelines
Hours: Mon, Wed, Fr-8 am-12 noon