This is a non-profit agency that helps the low income and working poor. Assistance programs offered to qualified individuals can include, but are not limited to, free food, utility help, food commodities, emergency food, energy and heating bill assistance, clothing, limited financial assistance dependent upon funding sources, rent help, family development programs, information on Idaho and federal government programs, as well as special housing programs and telephone assistance applications. Twin Falls Idaho (208) 733-9351o
Services and resources offered include financial assistance, job placements or job training for people with agricultural related experience. Other programs provide services to low to moderate income seasonal/migrant individuals and families employed with raw agricultural products, at risk youth counseling, English as second language (improving job skills for H & W clients), Bilingual aids education, rental emergency, free food, Head Start, scholarships for low income individuals. The agency will also help with transportation costs (ie bus tickets in emergency). Phone (208) 734-3336
Call (208) 733-8720. Offers rental assistance for people facing an eviction. Emergency food is also offered. An energy program known as Project Share is available which will assist needy individuals with utility and heating bills from Oct 1 through Apr 4. Last, but not least, emergency lodging, energy bill assistance, clothing and household needs are satisfied by the Salvation Army.
The agency offers rent, utility and heating bill help, and gas assistance for people who live in Buhl and Castleford. A Food pantry is also on site. (208) 733-9430
This is the local agency that relies on the community assistance program. The non-profit Mustard Seed Community Assistance helps people with heating bills, food, clothing, toys, furniture, utilities, some home repairs, and rental assistance. Free bread and other nutritional items (donated by local grocery stores) are also is available throughout the week. Phone (208) 733-9430
The community action agency offers the energy bill assistance program, which provides a one-time payment to a household's heat source utility company. The financial cash grant/benefit is calculated to provide 2-3 months of heating costs for each eligible household. Weatherization is also administered, which helps people save on their energy bills. Other programs include Head Start, GED education programs, as well as affordable housing. Also, click here to learn about Idaho foreclosure and mortgage programs for Twin Falls. (208) 522-5453
Assistance at this center includes Thrift Store, low cost clothing, donation site. Call (208) 734-9143.
This agency, which can be reached at (208) 733-6255, provides the needy with free food, and referrals to other non-profits and programs.
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