Pinal County St. Vincent de Paul assistance programs.
The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, in Casa Grande Arizona, also supports Pinal County. The faith based charity helps the poor, the low income, immigrants (documented or not) and less fortunate. Get everything from one time, emergency financial help for bills to food, clothes, referrals, and the ability to shop at a thrift store.
There is assistance from SVDP across Pinal County. The thrift store is open to the general public. Financial help is limited, but in a crisis, it may be medical needs, back rent, electric or utility bills or other emergency costs. There are homeless shelters, hot meals, food and more.
Thrift store, vouchers, and free stuff
Low income families in Pinal County often struggle to keep up with their “critical” bills. So paying for more basic needs, such as clothes or household supplies, can often be even more challenging. This is one way in which Saint Vincent de Paul in Pinal County can help. The three main resources are the free clothing closet, furniture bank, and also the thrift store. All of them are both donation as well as volunteer driven.
The differences between the three are the thrift store in Casa Grande will sell gently used goods at a low cost. So there are still costs due from the client. On the other hand, the clothes closet as well as furniture bank may have some free items.
The qualifications in order to get free stuff or items usually require the client to have some crisis situation, such as unexpected employment or maybe a fire in their home. Or Saint Vincent de Paul in Pinal County may offer provide free stuff to the sick, new low income or single moms, and others. Find beds, dressers, school clothing, car seats, work attire, and much more.
Financial aid and food from Pinal County St. Vincent de Paul
Clients may call the Pinal County St. Vincent de Paul office, walk in, or be referred by another charity to they can apply for financial assistance or free food. The funds are normally used for Rent as well as Utility Bill Assistance. There is also a free food pantry for groceries, soup kitchen, and other hunger prevention programs.
This emergency program is available to help individuals as well as families that are in jeopardy of utilities disconnection or an eviction due to a crisis. Or there is also support (even more limited) including free vouchers for medications, money to pay for emergency healthcare including in Arizona free community clinics, and other medical needs. This service is offered to a small number of families that meet the qualifying criteria. In addition, it goes without saying, that SVDP must also have some funds available to pay out.
The rent as well as energy bill help is for residents of Pinal County with children or single moms. Adults that are working, and that have an unexpected crisis, may also be supported from time to time. In addition, it will be required for clients to participate in the Family Services’ program and attend budgeting, financial literacy, and similar classes regularly. A Referral into Case Management or for some of these financial aid programs may be emailed to the client for completion and returned via email or in person.
SVDP Pinal County has a main goal around medical, hunger prevention (food pantries), and homeless prevention (rent, mortgages, utility bill help). Spanish speakers and immigrants/migrant workers can apply for resources too. As the faith based charity helps people regardless of age, religion, race, ethnicity immigration status, provided there are resources and the applicant is qualified. Or find a list of other Pinal County homeless prevention services.
Apply to Pinal County SVDP
Financial aid is offered, along with access to thrift stores. Social workers, case managers, volunteers and others offer support. The address is 405 E 2nd St, Casa Grande, AZ, 85122. Dial (520) 836-2009.