Warrick County assistance programs.

Saint Vincent DePaul Society - A partnership of local churches that provides temporary financial assistance to qualified individuals and families. Get help with rent, water bills, utilities, furniture, clothing and household goods. Unfortunately the agency does not provide assistance with telephone or cable bills. Phone (812) 425-3485

Warrick County / Boon Township Trustee - This government agency provides temporary financial assistance, as available, to eligible low to moderate income residents of the township. Funds can be used to pay rent, utilities, prescription medication and burial expenses. Does not provide financial or cash assistance with water bills, telephone expenses or cable bills. In addition, free diapers are available either at the office or through a nonfood order. For utility and heating bill assistance, need to have a disconnect notice or thirty days past due. For rental assistance, need to have an eviction notice from the landlord or be thirty days past due on rent. Call the Boonville Indiana agency at (812) 897-3540.

Newburgh Area Food Pantry (dial (812) 490-4040)- Program offers a food pantry. A four-day supply of free food and groceries, as well as a week's supply of hygiene items and baby items are available to qualified people.

Dubois/Pike/Warrick Economic Opportunity Committee, Inc. (TRI-CAP) - This is the local Warrick and Boonville Community Action Agency. They run several assistance programs, including these. Phone (812) 482-1071.

 

  • Foreclosure prevention and mortgage help - The agency offer mortgage default and delinquency prevention and foreclosure prevention services. Learn more on Indiana foreclosure programs.

 

 

 

  • Crisis assistance - The agency will often receive requests for medicine, rental assistance, foreclosure counseling, utility deposits, food, etc. They do their best to help as many people as possible, or guide them to local charities and non-profit agencies.
     
  • Weatherization assistance - Free home improvements can help people save on or reduce their home energy bills. Save money with this free program.
     
  • Energy Bill Assistance Program - Cab help with, or learn about programs that provide financial assistance to low-income households to maintain utility services during the winter heating season.
     
  • Debt reduction, budget, and credit counseling - The TRI-CAP community action agency offers budget and credit counseling, as well as debt reduction services to the community and county residents. This service is offered free of charge to anyone requesting the service, and can help people eliminate debt. Read more on debt reduction programs.

Call the Warrick Economic Opportunity Committee, Inc. (TRI-CAP) at (812) 482-1071

Catholic Charities (phone (812) 423-5456) may be able to provides temporary financial assistance, as available, to individuals for paying heating and gas bills, rent expenses, utilities, medical and dental bills. The agency does not provide assistance with water, telephone or cable bills. For rental or housing assistance, the applicants needs to have an eviction notice or thirty days past due on their monthly rent. For utility or heating assistance, the applicants needs to have a disconnect notice or thirty days past due. Balance due on the rent or utility bills must be less than $100 outstanding. Learn more.

 

 

 

Chandler United Methodist Church - Provides food for individuals in need who live in the Chandler or Elberfeld area of Warrick County Indiana. (812) 925-3325

Salvation Army of Warrick County - The non-profit agency also provides temporary financial assistance, as available, to individuals for rent and utilities. For assistance with paying your utility or energy bills, the individual or family needs to have a disconnect notice or thirty days past due. Does not provide any type of financial assistance with paying for their water, telephone or cable bills. For rental assistance, need to have an eviction notice or thirty days past due. (812) 425-3485

Clothing banks - Warrick County Indiana and families from other nearby cities and towns can receive free goods. Basic needs provide to qualified residents include holiday assistance, free winter coats, baby supplies//diapers, and more. Many non-profits also offer referrals to financial aid programs in the area. More on Southwestern Indiana clothing closets.

Cumberland Presbyterian Church - Runs a food pantry in the Chandler Indiana area. (812) 925-6175

Outreach Ministries - Call them to learn if you can get help. They have limited funding for mortgage, rent, utilities, water and medication vouchers and medications. (812) 464-1025

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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