One of the places to call is Eastern Idaho Community Action Partnership. Call them at (208) 522-5391. This non-profit agency is committed to helping both the socially and economically disadvantaged in Bonneville and Idaho Falls by responding to the needs of low income and the disadvantaged in the area. The primary goal of the assistance programs they offer is enable people to become self-sufficient over the long term and to help people become self-sufficient over the long term. They provide short term help with bills and expenses, and help people become successful over the long term.
Numerous services and resources offered by the community action agency include the following.
Idaho Falls Salvation Army is another agency to call for help. They offer emergency financial assistance for numerous certain expenses as well. Some of the programs include partial energy and heating bill assistance. Free food and vouchers may also be available, and they participate in the The Community Thanksgiving Dinner.
Assistance programs for kids may also be available, including baby formula, wipes and diapers. Last, but not least, prescription medications as well as grants for a portion of rent payments may also be available in Bonneville County. Call them at (208) 522-7200.
St. Vincent De Paul, Idaho Falls (phone number (208) 522-6280) is another agency that offers assistance to low income and those local individuals who are in need. Some of the resources they offer include prescription medication assistance, clothing, food/meals, and other forms of aid.
Community Council of Idaho - Idaho Falls, helps people with agricultural backgrounds. Numerous aid programs are offered by this non-profit, including job placement and training. Some of the other financial assistance programs offered include food, rental emergency, utility bill help, Head Start, and they may be able to offer scholarships for low income individuals. In addition they will help with transportation costs, for example bus tickets in an emergency situation. Dial (208) 524-0980.
IFCOC - Idaho Falls Community Outreach Center partners with non-profits and charities to help the less fortunate and working poor. Churches and agencies that partner with the organization, such as FISH, provide basic needs and limited financial aid, including grants, to income qualified families.
One of the programs available is known as FREEMED. The program will assist low income as well as uninsured low to moderate income clients. This eligible individuals can receive low or free prescription medicines from brand name manufacturers patient assistance programs. There are approximately 270 programs offering more than 3000 drugs as part of this prescription programs. Click here to learn more on patient assistance programs. Or call St. Vincent De Paul, Idaho Falls at (208) 528-6337.
Some of the churches, non-profits, and charities to call for food are Banco de Camida "Mana", Mana Food Pantry at (208) 524-5442, the Idaho Falls Community Food Bank (phone (208) 604-3265), and also the City of Refuge at (208) 552-5575.
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