A program to assist lower income families who live in Trumbull county Ohio with paying their electric bills is still in effect. The Trumbull Community Action Program's Summer Crisis Program will give one-time grants and payments up to $175 toward unpaid electric bills for those county residents who are 60 or older and who meet the low income criteria. Dial (330) 393-2507.
Individuals who are applying for assistance with their bills are required to show some information in order to be accepted into the program. They need to bring proof of income for the past three months, social security cards for all members of the household, copies of electric and gas bills, and also a photo id.
The energy bill assistance program is also open to residents who are under the age of 60, provided they fall within the income guidelines and in the case of someone under the age of 60, they also need to provide documentation of a medical condition that makes electric service necessary for them and proof that they need help with paying the bill. Find additional energy bill programs.
Another option offered during the winter to Warren and Trumbull Ohio families is the HEAP winter heating bill program. Like the summer option, this program provides cash grants and other forms of financial assistance to people who need help with energy and heating bills. This program usually starts in November of each and every year.
They also a variety of other programs, such as Head Start and weatherization improvements, senior assistance programs, free food, Head Start, and transportation assistance.
Trumbull Community Action is located at 1230 Palmyra Rd. in Warren, Ohio.
Community Legal Aid is a non-profit organization that provides free legal aid and helps meet the legal needs of low income and senior residents in Warren, Trumbull County, and central northeast Ohio. Dial (330) 535-4191.
In addition to provide legal programs and support, Community Legal Aid will also provide homeowners with FREE legal advice before a foreclosure is filed. The advice they provide may help a homeowner save their home. Dial 866.584.2350 x 2532. Find other foreclosure programs, including Ohio foreclosure mediation.
The Salvation Army – Warren Corps provides homeowners with aid. They can receive access to counseling, limited financial help for such expenses as heating bills and rent, and information on local charities and non-profits.
Several other financial and emergency programs are available in Trumbull County. The Salvation Army will also focus on homeless prevention and offer holiday assistance, such as toys and winter coats for children. Case management is also ongoing. Dial (216) 861-8185. Learn more.
While each of these non-profit agencies offer different forms of assistance to Trumbull County Ohio residents and families, at the end of the day they do provide some forms of support. You will need to call them to see if they have funding, and to learn which types of programs they offer. For example they may help with rent, utility, and heating bills.
Info Line referral service - Anyone can dial this number. Callers will be directed to state of Ohio grants for housing or rent needs, free community clinics, food pantries, shelter as well as security deposit help and services such as weatherization. There are also job training solutions in Warren Ohio and nearby towns, as well as non-profits that offer all forms of financial aid. No matter the challenge, free information is available. Read Trumbull County Info Line.
The Diocese of Catholic Charities supports the low income, seniors, and poor in Trumbull. Many programs are also offered for lower income families with children. While some of the resources are limited, in particular financial aid for rent or energy bills, other services may be offered as well.
In addition to those programs, several other emergency assistance programs are available. More details.
Trumbull Lutheran Social Services provides assistance across over 40 counties in central and northern Ohio, using partnerships with local charities, churches, and non-profits. A focus is on homeless prevention, however other aid includes food, referrals, and information on programs such as food stamps or HEAP. They also operate emergency shelters and low income housing units. Continue.
Contact these organizations to either receive help in getting out of debt, whether credit card or medical. Or you can receive HUD approved foreclosure counseling. Many of the services are free, but some, such as a debt management plan, may come with low costs.
Learn more on how to get help with debts.
The following churches and non-profit organizations provide low income residents with free food as well as the possibility of other household items, such as clothes, baby food and formula, and other forms of aid.
There are dozens of other charities and churches to turn to for free food. Or residents of the county can receive support in the form of clothing, holiday meals, or even applications to SNAP food stamps. Find details on food pantries in Trumbull County
If those sites can’t fulfill the request, then there are several other regional services that are also open to the public. Find a listing of food pantries as well as soup kitchens in the region. Learn more.
Try calling the following for health care if you are low income and have no or limited health insurance. Lloyd-McCoy Community Health Center (330) 393-6446 , Warren West Community Health Center ((330) 373-0222), Medical Society Trumbull County ((330) 442-8174)
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