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Alamance County Salvation Army assistance programs.

While funding is limited, the Alamance County Salvation Army center will do its best to help the less fortunate. From time to time the organization may have money to pay utility bills in an emergency, rental assistance, vouchers for medications and more. Basic needs can also be met from food pantries and thrift stores.

The organization will try to provide funding to assist lower income and needy residents of the county, including Mebane and Haw River. Money can be used to help with the energy bills of PSNC customers. In addition funds can be used to assist with paying any other type of heating source. This can include natural gas, electric, coal, fuel oil, kerosene, and wood. Priority is given to people in Alamance County who are facing a crisis that was not caused by them and who also have a disconnect notice. When possible, past due amounts on your account can be paid as well. Dial 336-227-5529 for more information on this resource.

They have access to several funds that help pay a variety of utility bills (water, fuel, or electric bills). The Salvation Army can tap these other resources if the person is in a crisis situation. Priority is for clients with low income who have a household member who would be at risk if the utility service were to be turned off. Since resources and donations are limited, these assistance programs will have limits on how much help can be paid out.

Emergency assistance is offered. The Salvation Army of North Carolina continues to try to meet the needs of the unemployed, seniors, and low income in the community. This can include, but is not limited to, emergency utility bill assistance, clothing, hot meals and emergency food.

Food is available. They work closely with area churches, Alamance Community Services, Loaves & Fishes, and other charities and non-profit agencies. These groups all partner together in an effort to operate food pantries. Note that most of the food banks and pantries depend on items donated by the public, so contribute if you can. Also it is a good idea to contact them before visiting to ensure they have the supplies you need.

Clients may be able to get prescriptions filled. Case managers from the center may be able to get a prescription filled on your behalf. This is usually only an option as a one time event and if there is no other way to get your essential medicine.

 

 

 

 

The agency also has a Boys and Girls Club and other resources. They run an after-school care and summer programs for youth that emphasize Education & Career Development, Character & Leadership Development, Fitness & Recreation, the Arts and Health, Credit Repair & Life Skills.

Other more general aid may be offered. The Salvation provides additional assistance and counseling to families including the following.

  • Free coats for children, in particular during the winter month or back to school.
  • Christmas assistance can include free toys, gifts for children, and meals for the family.
  • Disaster and fire relief services are offered to those impacted by natural or man made events or disasters.
  • Case management, including job placement, career counseling, resume review, and other related services. The goal is to help a client increase their income.

The Salvation Army has a couple locations in the region. One is located at 812 N Anthony St. in Burlington. If you need assistance for any of these needs, please call 336-227-5529 for more information. Another location, the boys and girls club, is at 807 Stockard Street, Burlington, North Carolina 27216. Dial 226-4462.

 

 

 

By Jon McNamara

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