Find how to get help with bills and expenses in the Danville and Vermilion County area of Easter Illinois. Several non-profits and other agencies are in place and may be able to help.
Danville Illinois and Vermillion County are served by the East Central Illinois Community Action Agency. Call this non-profit at (217) 443-2705. They run a couple different energy bill assistance programs for people who need help.
Call the East Central Illinois Community Action Agency at (217) 443-2705 to learn more about these or other assistance programs that are offered. Whether it is a loan from a non-profit in the area, applications to Head Start, or government grants, support may be provided. More on financial aid from East Central Illinois Community Action Agency.
Another group to contact in Danville Illinois is the Salvation Army. This is an organization that helps people across the globe. They are a great resource to contact to learn about options and programs available to you. From time to time the Salvation Army may even have a limited amount of funds that can be used to help people pay bills, such as utility, and housing costs, such as rent. Phone (217) 442-5911, or read more Salvation Army Vermilion County.
Vermilion short term housing and rental assistance - Find several organizations, including pro-bono legal firms, that either offer direct financial aid or free counseling. A combination of grants as well as charity funds are used for expenses such as rent, security deposits, or moving costs. Learn more.
Catholic Charities Diocese of Peoria also services people in Vermilion County. They offer numerous programs and can refer people to local charities and government programs as well. Some of the services they offer include Crisis Intervention, Food Pantry, Intact Family Preservation Services and more. Call them at 443-1772, or find more details assistance from Vermilion County Catholic Charities.
Programs for free food as well as household goods are available for low income families. Other clients may be the elderly, children out of school, the unemployed and the disabled. Food pantries provide groceries or clients can get a hot meal.
Other support may be offered too. Vermilion County non-profits that run these pantries can also generally offer information on SNAP food stamps or places to turn to for free Christmas assistance and even clothing. Find the Vermilion County food banks.
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