Senior assistance programs. Residents who are over 60 years old may be able to access the following services. Prescriptions, Medicare, Transportation, Legal Assistance, Nursing Home, Social Security Programs, and other government assistance.
Food assistance and aid. Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) and the The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) are the two primary options. Between the two programs they provide food on a monthly or quarterly basis to those in need of help. The programs assist with preparation, groceries, and other support. Find more food banks in Michigan.
A multitude of other assistance programs are offered to low income individuals. They include HUD - Homeless Case Management, EFSP - Utility & Shelter Assistance, MI Public Service Commission - Heat Assistance, Foreclosure Prevention, Emergency Food Banks, Furnace Repair & Replacement, and much more.
Call Capital Area Community Services at (517) 482-6281 to get more information on assistance programs and how to get help with bills. Continue.
Churches and Catholic Charities of Shiawassee - This is one of the leading social service agencies to call for help. A number of resources are offered for low income and working poor families, with a focus on children and the elderly. Case managers can help residents apply for resources such as emergency financial assistance for rent and utility costs. Other assistance can include food, free holiday meals and gifts and basic needs such as clothing. Or learn about homeless prevention and transitional housing units. Read more.
Family services from Shiawassee County Salvation Army may be able to help the working poor, seniors, and low income families. The agency will focus on basic needs such as food, clothing, and housing. While more limited, financial assistance may be available for paying energy bills or rent. Other services include Christmas gifts and meals, job search assistance, and programs for seniors. Get a listing and more details on the Shiawassee County Salvation Army emergency programs.
Shiawassee County, Human Services - Assistance and social services are offered for low income households and the homeless. Food assistance, applications for LIHEAP heating bill assistance, section 8 housing vouchers and other support is widely available for those that qualify. Location is 1720 East Main Street Suite 1, Owosso, Michigan 48867, Main phone number is (989) 725-3200.
Looking Glass Community Services offers emergency relief to low income and poor individuals living within service area. May assist with paying expenses such as water bills, rent, utilities, and other financial assistance or grants may be provided. 639 N. Main Street, Perry, MI 48872. Call (517) 625-5427.
Saint Vincent De Paul Society can be reached at (989) 723-4277. Offers funds for paying utility bills in a crisis. Food, holiday support, and other financial aid may be provided too. It is run from St. Paul Catholic Church.
City Of Perry runs an emergency food pantry and provides help (as a last resort) for addressing electric bill shut offs, propane needs and heating oil to community members in need. 203 W. Polly Street, Perry, Michigan 48872. Call (517) 625-6155.
Health Delivery, Inc. - Shiawassee Community Health Center of Owosso offers free or low cost medical care to the under served, very low income and the poor in the community. (989) 729-4848.
Redeemer Lutheran Church Of Owossonter runs a free medical clinic. The center may be able to help anyone without health insurance or Medicaid coverage. 224 North Ball Street, Owosso, Michigan 48867. Call (989) 720-7866 for information and intake.
Food pantries in Shiawassee County
Bancroft Congregational Church, 217 S. Shiawassee Street, Bancroft, Michigan 48414. Call the food bank at (989) 634-5724.
Corunna United Methodist Church may have free meals, groceries, boxes of food, fruits, and more. (989) 743-5050.
Laingsburg Co-op Food Bank is located at 210 N. Crum Street. (517) 651-5531
First United Methodist Church of New Lothrop and Shiawassee County operates a food pantry. Call the non-profit at (810) 638-5702.
Catholic Charities Of Shiawassee County administers several social services. People and seniors can receive free groceries, apply for food stamps, and receive other support as well. 120 W. Exchange Street Suite 300, Owosso, MI 48867. (989) 723-8239.
Christ Episcopal Church Of Owosso Outreach Center has clothing, food, and more. (989) 723-2495
First Church Of God Of Owosso operates a pantry at 2100 N. M-52. (989) 723-4510.
Saint John's United Church Of Christ Of Owosso – Telephone (989) 725-7072
Salvation Army - Owosso Service Extension is located at 302 E. Exchange Street, Owosso, Michigan 48867. Call (989) 725-7485 for information on food stamps, groceries, and other low income programs.
Shiawassee United Way offers referrals. (989) 723-4987
Vernon Lighthouse Pentecostal Church Of God may offer emergency food assistance programs. Other items offered may be winter coats, clothing, boxes of groceries, and Christmas meals or gifts. 101 E. Washington Avenue, Vernon, MI 48476. Main number is (810) 288-3333.