Find out where to get rent help, utility and energy bill assistance, as well other pogroms such as free food and medical care.
People That Care of Wetumpka Alabama provides services to the low income in the community that include access to a clothes closet, free food pantry, prescription medicine, and limited financial assistance and cash grants for paying utilities. If eligible for the aid programs, the utility program pays the last $50.00 of a water, power, cooling, electric, or gas bill. Help is available to alleviate a crisis and to help an individuals deal with an emergency situation, not postpone one.
Elmore-Autauga Community Action Committee offers a large number of assistance programs and resources. Services that are available at this community action agency to the low-income and elderly of Autauga and Elmore counties Alabama include the following. .Energy bill assistance (LIHEAP/Project Share), Gas Bill Payment Assistance, food pantry for emergency food assistance and groceries, weatherization assistance, Housing Counseling. Call (334) 567-4745.
Elmore County Food Pantry, phone number (334) 567-3232, is a pantry that provides one food box per household and applicant to the pantry.
Consumer Credit Service of Alabama is a non-profit agency that promotes home ownership and financial literacy through individual housing and debt counseling and group educational programs. Services offered by the agency include budget and debt counseling, pre-file bankruptcy counseling, reverse mortgage counseling, pre-discharge personal financial management instruction courses, credit counseling, debt management programs, foreclosure counseling and prevention, new home buyer counseling, credit reports, and credit report reviews. Find other Alabama HUD agencies, or call (334) 265-8545
The Health Department of Elmore County provides health care to people regardless of their ability to pay their medical bills and debts. Some of the following health care services offered include : family planning counseling and contraceptives; STD, TB, and HIV testing; immunizations; cancer and disease detection; WIC (Women, Infants and Children) food program; physical and speech therapy; home health care-nursing service; nurse's aide; environmental/restaurant inspections; well and sewage disposal systems inspections; school cafeteria inspections and food; vital statistics birth and death certificates and information on government health care programs. Phone (334) 567-1171
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