A number of non-profits, charities, and government programs offer resources in the area. Get access to everything from foreclosure counseling, free food, and utility bill help, among other services.
Charles City Social Services, which can be called at (804)652-1708, is a non-profit organization that provides financial assistance and cash payments directly to fuel vendors and utility companies on a family behalf. The money is paid out to address emergency repairs to heating equipment. Eligibility for these cash grants are based on the households total income and heating source.
Get free food from churches, pantries, food banks and other charities that are supported by the Central Virginia Food Bank. The non-profit both procures and distributes food, groceries, and other aid to low income people in the area. The partner with the local food banks. The Central Virginia Food Bank works efficiently and effectively to help feeding programs throughout the area meet their goals of helping the low income. Dial (804)521-2500
A local clinic that can meet health care needs is the Rappahannock Area Health District. A sliding fee scale is in place, so the services may be free, or a patients may need to pay something towards their medical bills. Some of the health services offered include maternity clinic, HIV testing/counseling, referrals to specialty care, communicable disease control, child development clinic, medications, family planning clinics and STD treatment available to all. Call (804)633-5465.
First Baptist of Loretta (804)443-5007) is another food bank. The location provides wholesome and nutritious free food to families and individuals at a reduced cost. They also have information on food programs from agencies like Angel Food. Find other cheap grocery programs.
Quin Rivers, Inc. is the community action agency of King William, Carolina, and Charles County Virginia. Several different programs are offered for the low income.
Case managers from Quin Rivers community action agency can provide other services to low income families and the working poor. They offer referrals, information on government benefits such as HEAP or food stamps, and much more. Click more information.
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