If you need a place that offers free or low cost child care, and have a limited income, Liberty Community Center offers qualified individuals high quality, affordable early childhood day care as well as preschool programs. The goal of the agency is to provide a safe and nurturing environment to children of all ages. Call the agency at (740) 369-3876.
Yet another option for people in need is the Community Action Organization of Delaware County. The address is 555 Sunbury Rd., Delaware, Ohio 43015, dial 740.369.3184. The local community action agency administers several different assistance programs for low income individuals and others in need of help.
Another place to turn to is the Delaware County Salvation Army. The Salvation Army provides various programs, but they focus on transitional housing and help ensure people do not get evicted from their current housing. Call the agency at (614) 221-6561.
People In Need of Delaware County Ohio offers several services and resources to local residents. The programs offered by this agency include :
The agency is headquartered in Delaware Ohio, but they serve residents of the entire county. Call them at 740.363.6284 to learn more about the programs and resources offered. Or find more details on People in Need financial aid.
Housing and debt issues can be dealt with as a form of free legal aid. Attorneys and firms help seniors and low income families with various matters, whether it is an illegal eviction to shut off of electricity or heating service. More Legal Aid Society programs.
Lutheran Services of central Ohio - This is the local branch of the national, non-profit charity organization. Numerous services and assistance programs are administered for the poor and low income. Seniors and families with children in Delaware County may also get help. Contact them for information on rent and housing assistance, transitional housing, and free food. There is also a local Good Shepherd clinic for medical care. Or get referrals from the Ohio Benefit Bank. Click here.
Food programs in Delaware County - There are many pantries that help less fortunate families. Depending on the generosity of people from the community and fund raisers, there may be free boxes of food, baby formula, and Christmas meals or toys. Some of the leading non-profits are below.
Delaware County agencies offer help during the holidays. The application period will normally start during the fall, but there can be Christmas gifts, free toys, winter coats, stockings, and other items given to the less fortunate. Click more information.
If you can’t afford an attorney and are dealing with a civic legal case, then the Legal Aid Society is the place you want to go to for help. The non-profit law firm uses their legal skills and expertise to be a community leader in empowering elderly and low income families and individuals and positively impacting their lives. Get help for dealing with a foreclosure, landlord/tenant issues, domestic and child custody cases, and much more. Click here to learn more, or call them at (888) 301-2411.
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