Clark County and Springfield Ohio Salvation Army is one of the leading agencies in the area to call for help with bills. Some of the resources, social services and programs offered include Emergency Services, Crisis Intervention, Lodging, Household items, Utility Bills, Budget and Debt Counseling, Free Food, Clothing, Furniture, Medications, Advocacy, Foreclosure Prevention Advice. They also provide Holiday Assistance (Christmas and Thanksgiving Help) and run a Community Center. They can even refer people to a program that provides free heating oil. Dial 937.322.3434
Several other emergency and social services are offered by the Salvation Army. This is one of the leading non-profits to call for help and referrals in the region. More on Salvation Army Clark County Ohio programs.
Catholic Charities - No matter your religion, they may have help. Dial (937)325-8715. Some of the resources provided include:
Benefit Bank - Offered in partnership with the state of Ohio, local charities, and the Ohio Association of Second Harvest Food banks. The service offers information and referrals to programs such as prescription medications assistance, food stamps, voter registration, income taxes, and other aid.
Emergency Financial Assistance program - May offer free food for hungry families and individuals and cash assistance to help with rent, heating and utility bill issues. Grants from the charity may also be used for security deposits. A focus is on those people who will have power shut off or who are facing an eviction.
Emergency Food Pantry - People in Clark County and Springfield can stop by up to once a month and receive enough groceries and food for three meals a day. The items passed out will last for a maximum length of three days for each member of the household. In addition, clients of the pantry are also able to receive personal hygiene products and items, which are in addition to the groceries. Click here for more information on food banks in Ohio.
The Clark County Catholic Charities supports the following towns in Clark County Ohio. Springfield, Donnelsville, New Carlisle, Enon, South Vienna, South Charleston, North Hampton, Lawrenceville, Tremont City, Cedarville, Catawba, Harmony, and Medway. More Clark County Catholic Charity programs.
Society Of St. Vincent De Paul of Clark County is a place to call for assistance. They will try to help with any need requested, as resources allow. Some common examples may be food, groceries, housing, and referrals. 228 Raffensperger Avenue, Springfield, Ohio 45505, dial (937) 322-0838
OIC - Opportunities for Individual Change offers limited utility bill assistance. Clients must have disconnection notices, meet income limits, be disconnected or have less than a 10 day supply of bulk fuel. It can also potentially help during the summer by supplying free air conditioners and fans. A focus is on senior citizens and families with young children. (937) 323-6461
Job & Family Services Of Clark County Services offers many resources that can help people find or keep a job. Other government benefits provided can include SNAP Food Stamps, Child Care Assistance, Medicaid, and Transportation assistance programs through Workplus. Short term cash assistance can be provided for basic needs such as rent or groceries as part of the Ohio Works First (OWF) Program. Address is 1345 Lagonda Ave., Springfield, OH 45503. Call (800) 516-3463 for intake.
Clark County Veterans' Service Center may have limited financial assistance to eligible veterans and their families. Also learn about federal government benefits. (937) 521-2030
Sacred Heart Catholic Church is located in New Carlisle / Bethel township. Emergency assistance may be offered to people from that town. (937) 845-3121
United Senior Services can support the elderly, senior citizens, and individuals over the age of 60. Get help in applying for HEAP, food, and medical care. Resources offered include Meals On Wheels in Springfield, Transportation, Wellness Programs, a senior center, and free meals. The office is at 101 S. Fountain Ave.
Springfield, OH 45502.
Rental assistance programs are available to some income qualified tenants. There are also resources for the homeless in Clark County Ohio. The programs may provide the following:
The Springfield based Opportunities Industrialization Center (phone (937) 323-6461) provides various assistance programs. One of the primary ones is the Ohio Department of Developments Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP). This provides cash grants and financial assistance to help Clark County and Springfield families pay their heating and cooling bills.
In addition the non-profit agency works closely with various utility and gas companies, as some of these local Ohio energy providers have direct financial assistance programs and offer other support that can help offset the costs of home heating and cooling bills for Clark County and Springfield Ohio families.
Open Hands Free Store (phone (937) 323-5815) is based in Springfield. The non-profit has groceries, free food, canned goods, and other basic needs such as clothing.
The Family Needs Inc. may have meals, vegetables, groceries, and formula for the needy and low income. (937) 322-1662.
Medway Methodist Church - Call (937) 849-1478 for hours.
There are several other pantries in the Clark County Ohio region. Hundreds of families, seniors, and struggling residents turn to the non-profits and charities every month. More on food pantries in Clark County Ohio.
Health Partners Of Western Ohio - New Carlisle Community Health Center has providers on site that are available to determine your health care and medical needs. The clinic may provide screenings and care if you are ill or referrals for other conditions. Dial (937) 667-1122.
Rocking Horse Community Health Center - Adult Medical Home is a medical center that offers primary and chronic health care for adults including mental health screenings, diabetes management, referrals to specialists, and a low cost or free prescription assistance program. 1 E. Pleasant, Springfield, OH 45506, dial (937) 328-7266.
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