Houston County Georgia assistance programs.
Apply for financial assistance from charities, churches, or the government in Houston County Georgia. Get help with paying rent or security deposits as well as access affordable housing. Low income families can also also receive free food, clothes, transportation services or energy bill help. Qualified clients can receive grants, cash loans, enrollment into job or debt counseling programs, and get other forms of support.
Get help for utility bills, rent, housing expenses, and other aid
Central Baptist Church - This facility may be able to offer financial assistance with paying utility bills, rent expenses, provide food and groceries aid. Any potential funds are only distributed on Wednesdays. Warner Robins Georgia. Dial (478) 953-9319.
The Salvation Army of Warner Robins offers assistance with various needs including clothing, and household items to homeless individuals and families, and aid to those who have lost items due to fire, flood, or other disaster. Supplemental food pantry items are available for those individuals who do not qualify for Food Stamps or who receive less than $50.00 per month in Food Stamps. Utility bill assistance is available on occasion, depending on availability of funds, only in cases of an extreme family crisis such as hospitalization or job loss. A caseworker is available from 9AM - 11:30 AM, Monday through Friday for counseling, information and referrals to other community agencies and Salvation Army programs. 478-922-2226. Learn more Houston County Salvation Army assistance programs.
Elberta Neighborhood Service Center - Programs offered include food and commodity distribution, housing opportunities, emergency financial and crisis assistance, energy and cooling bill assistance, employability counseling, foreclosure prevention, housing preservation, information on government programs and referral, transportation, weatherization services. Call (478) 922-8623
Middle Georgia Community Action Agency - Get help in Houston County Georgia with prescription assistance (with long-term medications), energy bill assistance including weatherization, and the community action agency can importantly provide information and refer people to free food, rent help, and utility bill assistance. Call (478) 922-4464, or find additional rental assistance programs.
The agency, also known as MGCAA, offers many other solutions. One is applications to grants for rent or security deposits from ESG. This is also the place for low income families to contact for information on Head Start, or low income apartments such as from Section 8. The staff are focused on addressing poverty in the region. Click more information Middle Georgia community action.
Sacred Heart Christian Service Center of Warner Robins (phone (478) 929-3897) offers, among other things, emergency food, a clothing bank for gently used or new clothing, prescription medication assistance and drugs, and the possibility for eviction prevention or rent assistance.
Perry Volunteer Outreach - This non-profit agency may be able to provide assistance with paying utility bills. Some of the other services offered include assistance with medical expenses, limited home repairs and updates, roof repairs, and transportation for medical reasons and doctor appointments. Some household products may also be offered, including receive and donate furniture, appliances, autos and food. Holiday aid and Christmas food boxes may also be on site. Call (478) 218-2274
Perry Neighborhood Service Center - Offers commodity, food, and grocery distribution, housing opportunities, emergency assistance for bills and expenses, such as rent, energy bill assistance, employability counseling, housing preservation and foreclosure prevention, information and referral, transportation, weatherization programs. They can also help people find a job, and get career counseling. Perry Georgia. Call (478) 328-0333.
Christmas and Thanksgiving assistance programs help seniors, low income families, children, and others. Houston County residents can get help at the holidays. Everything from free Christmas gifts or toys to clothes, food, and meals may be offered. More on free holiday help in Houston County.
Rent and housing assistance helps the low income in Houston County. This is part of rapid rehousing and homeless prevention, and families can get everything from emergency funds to free legal aid, placement into temporary housing, eviction prevention services and much more. Find details on Houston County rental assistance programs.
Free medical care in Houston County
Call the Houston County Volunteer Medical Clinic (Warner Robins phone (478) 923-9730). The facility offers free medical clinic for working individuals and families without health insurance. The clinic offers primary, non-emergency medical care. Read more on free health care programs.
While not free, the Department of Dental Hygiene (478) 988-6800 provide preventive dental health services and cleaning at low fees.
Debt, mortgage, and foreclosure help
Consumer Credit Counseling Service--Warner Robins offers mortgage and foreclosure counseling through HUD certified counseling program. They can also enter consumers into debt management programs to help them reduce or eliminate debts and bills. Call (478) 922-1141. Learn more on Georgia mortgage programs.
Emergency food and groceries
The following churches, charities, and non-profits may be able to provide food in a crisis. Some may even have other assistance, such as household items, groceries, and other forms of financial aid.
All Saints Episcopal Church - (478) 923-1791. Food pantry, and a great place for information on Georgia and federal government programs, and local charities.
Christ Chapel - Food provided once per month. Dial (478) 922-0161
First Baptist Church of Garmon St. - Food pantry (478) 923-2279
Joy Fellowship Church - Helps the needy in Houston County. (478) 953-6090. Warner Robins Georgia.
Oakland Baptist Church - An on site food bank. Call (478) 923-3533