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Assistance programs Indian River County.

Locate charities, churches and government assistance in Indiana River County Florida. There is hardship money to help pay electric bills or housing costs, including rent, mortgages or a security deposit. Or get free food, gas vouchers for work, and other stuff. Get financial help near you in Indiana River County Florida.

The agencies in Indian River County FL will help people through difficult and challenging times. There is also furniture for a home, job placement in cities such as Vero Beach or Sebastian, as well as a free gas card or even care for low-income families.

Financial assistance for housing, bills, food and other expenses

If you are living in an unsafe environment, or are currently homeless, The Samaritan Center is a non-profit organization that provides a homeless shelter, jobs, emergency financial help and support for families of Indian River County. Qualified applicants will be entered into a 12-18 month long program that was created to develop a permanent solution to their critical housing situation.

Some of the resources provided by the Samaritan Center include housing assistance, employment, financial aid, and counseling. There is also free budgeting help, job training, transportation, as well as hardship grants. Or get liaison with other agencies, parenting classes and case management services to residents of Indian County. The address is 3650 41st St, Vero Beach, FL 32967, or call 772-770-2900. Find other rental assistance programs.

The Indian River County Human Services Department runs a county wide assistance program that is targeted at helping the poor, unemployed, elderly and disabled among others. There is financial assistance, programs for reducing economic and social dependency, and also providing resources to eligible individuals and families who reside in Indian River County Florida.

Social services offered to needy people include prescription vouchers, government grants for paying rent and utility bills, free food, and other aid. The assistance provided is one time, and is meant to help an applicant deal with a crisis. Call (772) 226-1628 to speak to the Human Services Group.

 

 

 

The Salvation Army supports Indian River and Vero Beach Florida residents. The non-profit will have information on emergency assistance and social services. Free stuff, food, clothes and substance abuse rehab is offered too. They also can help pay for automobile repairs in Indian River County for a select number of qualified families.

The Salvation Army of Indian County also helps with back rent payments or utility or water bills to stop homelessness. There are also free seasonal programs such as back to school supplies for kids, Christmas toys from Angel Tree, and snacks for kids. A major focus is on offer free items to kid, including backpacks, from grades to 12 for school. The address is 2655 5th St SW, Vero Beach, FL 32962. Dial (772) 978-0265 or more on a free backpack giveaway.

Community action - Indian River Economic Opportunities Council offers some support services. Any help for paying bills or rent will be very limited, if it exists at all. Clients will also need to be facing a one time crisis and meet other conditions. There is also a focus on employment and self-sufficiency, with a free vehicle (car or truck) information offered. Look here for details on a car giveaway.

However the agency known as EOCOFIRC will focus on other programs such as Head Start for children from the Indian River County Florida area, the REACH program, and processing applications for low income home energy assistance (LIHEAP. The site may also have referrals and other support for qualified low income families. More on Indian River Economic Opportunities Council.

Homeless Services Council focuses on preventing homelessness as well as addressing the causes of it. Low income Indian River counties can seek counseling when they are behind on their mortgage or rent. The staff from the Resource Center can also direct clients to applications for grants for paying back rent, overdue utility bills, or other expenses. Numerous services are offered by case managers from the agency, ranging from loans to just referrals. Call the center to learn more on Treasure Coast Homeless Services assistance programs.

 

 

 

 

Housing services, ranging from shelter to job placement and permanent home placement is available from the Indian River Homeless Family Center. The programs include some or all of the following.

  • Short term housing, such as shelter.
  • Guests can receive meals, clothing, or basic check ups.
  • Information on low-cost, affordable housing or apartments in Indian River County.
  • Referrals to security deposit programs, case management, legal aid for evictions, and more.
  • Other support is provided too. Read more on Homeless Family Center.

Free dental and medical care in Indian River County

Another program offered by the Indian River County Health Department is access to free or low cost medical or dental care services. The county partners with the Indian River County Hospital District, the United Way of Indian River County, and several local community agencies, non-profits, and clinics. Or get information on free health insurance for seniors in FL.

The medical and dental clinics provide a wide variety of dental services, cleanings, and more. There is free women’s health care, OB-GYN, physicals, vaccinations and even teeth extractions for the low-income or people with no insurance. They also offer medical and health care services. Call (772) 794-7435 for an appointment or to learn more.

Cleveland Clinic Indian River Walk-In Care provides free medical to the uninsured, low-income as well as people on Medicaid. Get eye exams, chronic disease management, access to a free dentist and other support from 801 Wellness Way #107, Sebastian, FL 32958. Call (772) 226-4200

Free groceries and food assistance

There are numerous locations to pick up food, personal toiletries, sandwiches for the homeless, groceries, and various resources in place. The Treasure Coast Food Bank is the agency that provides the food for most of these locations. You can call the agency at (772) 489-3034 or 772-489-5676, and staff will provide you information on the programs, as well as the nearest location in Indian County. Click here to find additional low income assistance programs.

 

 

 

 

Church At The Cross is a free emergency food pantry. Also get holiday meals boxes (Thanksgiving or Christmas dinners), meals, and a free box of groceries for low-income people or seniors. There is also a drive thru food pantry for Indiana River County. The location is 50 S Wimbrow Dr, Sebastian, FL 32958. Phone: (772) 532-6400

 

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