Below you will find a listing of resources in Hot Springs and Garland County Arkansas. Get information on charities, non-profits, and other aid organizations. Receive help with rent, medical expenses, utility bills, prescription medications, food, and other expenses.
If you are facing an eviction, or need some rental help, try these agencies.
Four different options and places to turn to include:
Qualified low income and elderly clients can speak to an attorney at no cost. Try this non-profit law firms.
Community Services Offices is a leading organization for low income and working poor families to contact for help. The regional community action agency has information, referrals, and details on certain financial assistance programs, including the emergency solutions grant. This is a main resource for paying rent or for the homeless to use for help with security deposits.
Some of the other key services in the greater Hot Springs area include funds for paying electric and heating bills from LIHEAP. Case managers have referrals to free food pantries, benefits such as SNAP food stamps and community clinics in the region too. Also, some clients may be issued emergency loans for certain housing expenses or paying other bills. For seniors or struggling families, the resources available may help them during their times of needs. More on emergency programs from Community Services.
To apply for Medicaid, which is run by both the federal government and the state of Arkansas, contact the Department of Human Services (Economic & Medical Services) at 321-2583.
If you are facing a foreclosure, are looking for mortgage assistance, or need access to some programs to help you get out of debt, try these debt and housing counseling agencies.
These charities and non-profits offer either food assistance, vouchers, or gently used clothing.
To apply for food stamps from the state, contact Arkansas Department of Human Services 321-2583.
On the other hand, to receive a meal, free food &/or request pantry assistance call Salvation Army 623-1628, Jackson House 623-4048. Also to receive government surplus food or groceries, call Community Services Office 624-5724. There are several other non-profits to turn for free food. Some will even offer other support, such as seasonal programs around the holidays. Learn more.
New or gently used clothing if offered from the following. Salvation Army 623-1628. Jackson House 623-4048. Or try the Coats for Kids program, which is administered by School Counselors.
The following offer free prescription medications and drugs. Or click here to learn about such programs as patient assistance programs from companies such as Pfizer.
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