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Financial assistance programs Alabama.

Locate financial help, grant money and free stuff in all Alabama cities and counties listed below, including Birmingham and Montgomery. Find government aid or financial assistance for paying housing costs, rent, energy or utility bills, or a mortgage payment. Or get free food or groceries, health care or dental care for the low income as well as other social services.

Struggling families can get emergency financial help as well as long term support in AL. There may be funds to pay for housing as well as free furniture. Or job training is combined with car payment assistance or free gasoline cards for work. Charities also have free furniture, clothes, as well as debt help or credit repair services.

Get assistance with bills or housing, free items, medical care or grant money in Alabama

ALL Kids
This is Alabama's Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) that offers quality, low cost government paid for health insurance. The state and federal benefit is for children who are under the age of 19, come from low-to moderate income homes and who are residents of Alabama. While there are no monthly premiums to pay, some participants may have to pay minimal fees or co-pays for certain services. Call 1-888-373-5437

SenioRX
The State Department of Senior Services prescription drug assistance program is help with medications. It is for senior citizens and it will assist them with receiving free medications from pharmaceutical companies. Find additional ways to get help with medical bills and debts. Call :(334) 242-5743 or 1-800-243-5463

Medicaid
This is a free or low cost health insurance plan for low-income and/or disabled residents in Alabama. It can help pay for medical bills, insulin, and give other support. SOBRA Medicaid is another option and is an insurance program for lower income children and pregnant women. Call (334) 242-5000

Social Services from Department Human Resources
A number of low income government assistance programs are provided. Get help with medical bills, housing/rent, emergency cash payments, transportation for work and other assistance. Learn more on Alabama public assistance.

 

 

 

Foreclosure Advice and Counseling
Homeowners in many parts of Alabama can receive free legal advice and mortgage assistance. In certain cases attorneys may even be able to deal directly with your lender or bank. Read more on getting mortgage help in Alabama.

Also, click here to get information on non-profit housing and foreclosure counseling locations in Alabama. A number of free services are offered to homeowners. Find more details on HUD foreclosure counseling in Alabama.

Free Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF)
The Alabama office of Child Care Subsidy manages the state’s child care program. The goal of this government assistance program is to provide Alabama’s lower and moderate income families with access to both quality and affordable child care services so that these families can participate in work, training, and educational activities. This program can help pay for child care related bills and expenses. (334) 242-1310, or more on free child care assistance in Alabama.

Debt Reduction and Credit Counseling
Alabama is served by a number of federal government certified credit counseling agencies. The non-profit organizations can help individuals eliminate and consolidate debts, pay off loans, improve credit scores, and much more. Click here for free credit counseling in Alabama.

Legal Assistance
Legal Services of Alabama offers free legal advice and counseling for civil cases. The organization has volunteer attorneys that will work closely with individuals, for free, to ensure they have full access to legal representation. Learn more on free legal aid from Alabama lawyers.

Family Assistance Program
Provides financial assistance, government cash aid and grants to families to help them meet basic needs. It focuses on families with a dependent child under age 18 or age 19 if the student is a full time student in a secondary school, such as a vocational school or taking technical training. It supports families whose income and resources do not meet state standards. Call (334) 242-1773

SNAP Food Stamp Program in Alabama
The goal is to end hunger and also to improve nutrition by providing monthly food benefits to eligible lower income households. Cash aid, EBT cards and grants are meant to help families buy the food and groceries they need for good health. Call (334) 242-1310, or find details on free school lunches and breakfasts for students.

 

 

 

 

Energy Company Assistance Programs
Utility companies that operate in Alabama provide customers with grants and weatherization services. Get information on Alabama energy bill assistance programs.

Financial and Emergency Assistance
A number of resources, including counseling, rental assistance and limited amounts of cash, may be provided by the Salvation Army to those who need help with basic needs. The charity organization has several locations across Alabama. Read more about the Alabama Salvation Army.

Job Training, Government Grants, and Case Management in Alabama
A number of community action agencies can help low income families and people faced with a crisis. Counselors can help them look for jobs, apply for government or charitable grants for paying bills, and offer other support. More details on Alabama community action agencies.

Unemployed residents and individuals looking to gain new skills can receive assistance from the state. Career counselors provide free referrals, help clients register for training, and offer several other employment services. Read job training in Alabama.

Community Clinics in Alabama
Find a listing of free community clinics that low income and people with limited insurance or who lack health insurance can turn to for free medical care. Click here free community clinics in Alabama.

Medical bill assistance and health care resources are also offered for uninsured families in Alabama. The state and non-profit partners offer free health care screenings, check ups, assistance for children, medications and more. Learn more about health insurance for uninsured in Alabama.

Government assistance and charities also focus on diabetes. There is insulin, test strips, and other support. Find details on free insulin for diabetics.

Lifeline Telephone Discounts
The state and FCC provide help with phone bills, in the form of a discount, to low income families and the working poor. There may also be assistance for paying connection fees. Continue read Alabama Lifeline program.

Homeless Programs and Eviction Assistance
Funding from HUD and the Continuum of Care is available in Alabama. Non-profits will offer free legal support to tenants, emergency funds to pay rent to stop an eviction, as well as security deposits for a new low income home or apartment. More on Alabama eviction prevention and homeless assistance.

Housing Vouchers
Alabama low income residents can get a portion of their rent paid from Housing and Urban Development section 8 housing vouchers. Additional services may be case management, self-sufficiency and other support, including for disabled individuals and lower income elderly. Click more information Alabama section 8 HUD vouchers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Help for Disability in Alabama
The state offers assistance for residents with a disability. Financial aid as well as government benefits can help low income individuals with needs such as housing, food, or utilities. Several departments coordinate home care, vocational training, and offer respite services as well. More on disability benefits in Alabama.

Dental Centers and Care
There are several non-profit and/or government funded clinics that specialize in dental care. Get cleanings, check ups, and other services and much more from Alabama free dental clinics.

Free Food Pantries and Banks
Get free or low cost food, groceries, perishable items and more from food banks that are located around the state. More on Alabama free food banks.

Help for Seniors
Adults over 55 years of age, the elderly, and senior citizens can receive assistance. Alabama programs can help with medical care and bills, food, prescriptions, and other needs specific to seniors. More on Alabama Agency on Aging resources are offered as well.

Alabama Energy Bill Assistance Programs
The low income, elderly, disabled, and others facing a hardship may be able to qualify for help paying utility bills. The energy companies that operate in the state all offer some form of financial assistance or cash grants. Learn more on Alabama utility bill assistance programs.

Low Income Energy Bill Assistance and Free Weatherization - Conservation
LIHEAP is the primary government assistance grant program. Weatherization is also a free conservation service. Between the two programs, they provide funds to pay electric or energy bills, free conservation for homes, and support for ow income families, the disabled and seniors. More on Alabama LIHEAP energy bill help.

Assistance From Alabama Counties and Cities

Select a city or county below to find local resources. As charities as well as government agencies provide emergency financial help for bills, social services and free stuff at a local level in Alabama.

Autauga County (Prattville)

Baldwin County (Bay Minette)

Barbour County (Clayton)

Bibb County (Centreville)

Blount County (Oneonta)

Bullock County (Union Springs)

Butler County (Greenville)

Calhoun County (Anniston)

Cherokee County (Centre)

Clarke County (Grove Hill)

Coffee County (Elba)

Colbert County (Tuscumbia)

Conecuh County (Evergreen)

 

 

 

 

Covington County (Andalusia)

Crenshaw County (Luverne)

Cullman County

Dale County (Ozark)

De Kalb (Fort Payne)

Elmore County (Wetumpka)

Escambia County (Brewton)

Etowah County (Gadsden)

Fayette County

Geneva County

Greene County (Eutaw)

Hale County (Greensboro)

Houston County (Dothan)

Jackson County (Scottsboro)

Jefferson County (Birmingham)

Lamar County (Vernon)

Lauderdale County (Florence)

Lee County (Opelika)

Lowndes County (Hayneville)

Madison County (Huntsville)

Marion County (Hamilton)

Marshall County (Guntersville)

Mobile County

Monroe County (Monroeville)

Montgomery

Morgan County (Decatur)

Pike County (Troy)

Russell County (Phenix City)

Shelby County (Columbiana)

St. Clair County (Ashville and Pell City)

Talladega County (Talladega)

Tuscaloosa County

Walker County (Jasper)

Washington County (Chatom)

Wilcox County (Camden)

Winston County (Double Springs)

 

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