Find how to get aid and assistance in all counties and cities located in Kansas, including Wichita and Overland Park.
Child Care Subsidy Program
Helps pay for child care bills. It will assist many types of families, including lower-income, working families, individuals that are in education or job training activities, and it will also help teen parents who are completing their high school degree or GED. 1-888-369-4777. Read Kansas child care assistance.
Kansas HealthWave (State Children Health Insurance & Medicaid)
Provides health insurance and help with paying medical expenses to children and young adults in Kansas. Premiums of HealthWave will range from $0-$30 per month per family, and there are no copays or deductibles that are needed to be paid for the HealthWave program. (785) 296-3981
General Assistance (GA)
This program provides cash grant benefits to people who are disabled. The program will only assist those who do not qualify for other federal government or state assistance programs.
Successful Families Program
Provides assistance services for lower income families. Services provided include cash assistance grants, the program will help adults with finding a job, and it will also provide support services for training, work, employment training activities, and education. Debt consolidation and assistance programs may also be offere as well. More. 1-888-369-4777
Food Stamp Program
This assistance program offers food to struggling families and lower income families and individuals. Government aid will help them buy groceries and food from the local grocery store. This financial aid program also is intended to provide these lower income households with access to a healthy, nutritious diet.
Kansas Rent Assistance Programs
The Tenant Based Rental Assistance will provide families and individuals with housing aid. It provides up to two years of rent subsidies. In addition, qualified individuals can get funds for paying utility bills as well as security and utility deposits. Read more.
Kansas Free Legal Aid
There are some options and programs available to Kansas residents that will provide them with free legal advice and assistance. Services are offered across the state. Read more.
Cash Assistance and Social Services
The statewide department of Social Services provides a number of referrals, financial assistance programs, and self-sufficiency. For example, get help finding a job, money for paying for health care and insurance, grants for emergency expenses, and more. More on public assistance in Kansas.
Foreclosure and Housing Counseling
Find a listing of government certified non-profit housing counseling agencies that can provide homeowners with numerous foreclosure assistance programs and advice. Learn more.
Kansas Assistance for Disabled
A number of resources are offered from the state’s Aging and Disability organization and social service department. Assistance includes medical care, equipment, medications, financial aid for housing or energy bills, and support for caretakers. More Kansas disability programs.
Free Food in Kansas
Contact or stop by a non-profit food bank, pantry, or distribution center in the state. Dozens of nonprofit organizations help tens of thousands of Kansas families and individuals each and every month. Continue.
Kansas Health Care Clinics
Get information on phone numbers and the locations of free community clinics in Kansas. These locations provide a wide variety of medical care, health services, medications, and other support to people who need help. Click here.
Kansas patients can also contact a clinic for free or low cost dental care. Read more on the dental centers located throughout Kansas.
In addition to those resources, the uninsured can receive medical care and maybe even health insurance from state of Kansas and non-profit sponsored programs. Services provided can include medications, cancer testing, family care and more. Click more Kansas uninsured health care.
The state does offer a discount for either cellular or home phones as part of Lifeline. Additional support can also help a low income family in Kansas pay for the connection fees on a new service. Click Kansas Lifeline.
Rent and Housing Vouchers
Kansas partners with the federal Housing and Urban Development to offer vouchers to very low income families. The government funded program can help pay a portion of a qualified residents monthly rental and housing expenses. Click here.
Help for Elderly and Seniors in Kansas
A leading non-profit, government supported agency is the Kansas Department on Aging. They oversee a number of centers across the state that provide food, information on medications and health care, and other aid to seniors and older adults. Additional details.
Housing, First Time Homebuyer, and Rent Help
A number of Kansas programs are focused on the low income, seniors, and families with children. Get help with locating low income housing, paying rent and security deposits, and loans for buying a home. Read more Kansas housing assistance.
Emergency Assistance and Case Management
Several Salvation Army centers are located across the state of Kansas. Basic needs can be provided for, and this includes food or housing. Other programs include family services, emergency rent and heating bill help, case management, and senior help. Continue with Salvation Army Kansas programs.
Case Management, Job Training, and Government Grants
The jobless and those who are struggling can contact a community action agency. The organizations can help people apply for government grants, provide employment services, and other support. Read more.
Eviction Assistance and Homeless Prevention
Non-profits and charities across Kansas offer emergency one time rental assistance, free legal aid, and other support. Government grants can help families that are homeless or that need low income housing pay for a security deposit or moving costs. More on eviction programs in Kansas.
There are several different programs in place that can help families and individuals in Kansas pay their utility bills. Get more information on Kansas energy bill assistance programs.
Financial Assistance in a Crisis
One of the leading agencies to contact for financial help in Kansas is the Salvation Army. They provide assistance for paying rent, energy bills, medicines, and much more. Find the phone numbers and get more details. More.
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Wyandotte County (Kansas City)
Provides help paying cooling and heating bills throughout Kansas. Grants may also be for emergency repairs and replacement of air conditioners, furnaces, hot water heaters, doors, windows and other energy related equipment.
Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP)
This is a federally funded program that is run by the state. It will help qualified households pay a portion of their home energy and heating bills by providing them assistance in the form of a one-time per year benefit.
Weatherization Assistance Program(WAP)
The Weatherization Assistance Program will provide improvements to homes that increase energy efficiency and conservation in income-eligible, multifamily, single dwellings, even including manufactured homes.
Emergency Repair Program (ERP)
The Kansas Emergency Repair Program will assist homeowners with providing emergency repairs of existing owner-occupied homes and family units to help enable residents to maintain a safe environment in their home. Some of the examples of emergency repairs provided are a faulty furnace, inoperable furnace, unsafe electrical wiring and plumbing, leaking roof, hazardous structural conditions, etc.
Kansas Energy Efficiency Program (KEEP)
The Kansas Energy Efficiency Program will provide low interest loans and aid to qualified Kansas homeowners to help them make improvements to their homes that will increase energy efficiency. The KEEP program has no income restrictions.