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Assistance programs Taylor County.

Find financial help for low-income families, free stuff and social services in Taylor County Texas. There are churches, charities and government organizations that help with electric bills or housing needs, including rent. Or get free groceries, medical care and personal stuff. Get financial assistance near you in Abilene and Taylor County TX.

Immediate help is provided, with a focus on senior citizens, single moms and the disabled. Free grant money to help pay bills is combined with long term support in the Abilene Texas area, including debt relief, car loan payment help, and also free clothes for work, school or holidays.

Find emergency financial help or free stuff in Abilene community

Get rent and housing assistance using federal government grant money or from non-profits. Local charities, churches and nonprofit organizations in the Taylor County Texas area that get federal government grant funds each year.

  • The money then helps low-income families and individuals avoid homelessness, pay a security deposit and also provide rent assistance to people in need. Federal money can also pay for utility connections deposits, utility bills, storage costs and other needs while families get back on their feet. Most people get government grants but some receive loans. Find additional emergency rent assistance applications in TX.
  • Neighborhood Services is a leading government organization that help. They have ESG grants and other housing services, including Critical Repair or Home Repairs, First Time Homebuyer loans, housing vouchers and more. There is also hardship funds from the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Assistance Program. The main office is at 555 Walnut Street, Abilene, TX 79601. Call (325) 437-4576.

Taylor County Salvation Army has many social services. They provide emergency financial assistance for bills ranging from utility to light or AC costs. Or get free motel or gas vouchers, boxes of groceries from a pantry and hot meals. The Salvation Army also gives away free seasonal items in Abilene Texas, including Christmas toys, back to school supplies and other goods.

 

 

 

  • The charity provides other case management services. This includes low cost or free substance abuse counseling, information on transportation for a job, wort clothes and more. Or shop for bargain items at the Taylor County Salvation Army thrift store. The Salvation Army of Abilene is located at 1726 Butternut St, Abilene, TX 79602. The main phone number is (325) 677-1408.

Love and Care Ministries, which is located in Abilene, provides support for back-to-basics needs. The faith based charity will assist people, including those with no money or the homeless with essential items, such as food, small amounts of rent assistance, and funds for utility bills. Phone (325) 670-0246. The address is  233 Fannin St. Abilene, TX 79603.

FaithWorks is an organization specializes in helping people get a better, professional career, and also may help with job training. Get free work clothes, boots, help with a resume and other support. Phone (325) 437-2272. The non-profit is at 1229 N Mockingbird Ln, Abilene, TX 79603. They also help people get tablets, computers or even cell phones for a job as well as internet access. Or look here for internet help for low-income families.

First Baptist Church’s City Light Community Ministries - This charity can also provide some limited funds for energy bills, food, and maybe some housing costs. there are free food boxes in Taylor County, baby formula, clothes for kids or adults and other goods. Funding is limited, but money may be available for bills.

  • City Light Community Ministries only supports Abilene Texas and the portion of Taylor County that falls in that jurisdiction. They provide short term support and resources to aid people in becoming self-sufficient.  There may even be free bus passes for local travel, such as to a job interview. The location is 336 Hickory St, Abilene, TX 79601. Phone: (325) 673-6686.

Christian Service Center’s Operation Blue Jeans runs a program that has helped provide children with clothing and various types of school supplies. There are backpacks, pens, sneakers and other items for kids. They also refer people to other solutions such as dental care for the uninsured or low-income, and locate Texas free dental clinics. Phone 325.673.7531.

 

 

 

 

Society of Saint Vincent de Paul has multiple locations in Abilene. They help the low income, single moms, migrants and struggling. Shop for items at the low cost thrift store. Or use the free food pantry at the SVDP charity, including for holiday food baskets. There may also be limited emergency financial help for gasoline, housing, utility or electric bills, or back rent too. Multiple resources are offered. More on St. Vincent de Paul Abilene assistance programs.

Community Action Program, Inc. of Taylor County - This local non-profit can offer low income and others who need help a variety of assistance programs. There are short term hardship grants as well as a focus on long term self-sufficiency.

  • The assistance program will give either short-term or medium-term rental assistance, moving cost assistance, housing relocation and stabilization services. There may also be legal aid, such as mediation. Or seek case management and even non-profit credit counseling services. While the program is not intended to be a long-term form of support and is not a “never ending” program, it can be short term support.

Learn about and apply for programs for paying utility bills, weatherization, or free food programs. CAP in Abilene also is a great source for information. Families living in poverty can also learn about both Texas and federal government assistance programs. Read more on Community Action Program of Taylor County.Help in Taylor County Texas and Abilene

Abilene Texas area transitional housing is available for the homeless and low income. Clients can receive a place to stay as well as assistance in locating permanent housing. Other resources that may be offered include job training, free food, and other self-sufficiency programs as well as an emergency homeless shelter. Read more on homeless shelters and transitional housing in western TX.

Mission Abilene is a free clinic open limited hours. They help the low-income, uninsured, people on Medicaid and immigrants too. Get free physicals, dental services, behavioral health care or eye exams. There are free volunteer doctors, nurses and dentists to help patients in Taylor County, including with medications. The non-profit is at 3001 N 3rd St, Abilene, TX 79603. Main Phone: (325) 232-8258, or look here for help paying for meds.

Free, pro-bono Legal Aid of NW Texas provide fee lawyer consultation. They help with civil cases, whether a divorce or applications to benefits. Or get help from being evicted. The non-profit is at 500 Chestnut Street, Abilene, TX  79602. Call 325-677-8591

Abilene and Taylor County food pantries, hot meals and soup kitchens

Dozens of different charity sites provide families with free food, groceries, or serve hot meals. Volunteers also provide information on SNAP food stamp applications and other support services. In general, a pantry provides non-financial help, such as groceries, clothes, or Christmas meals or toys too. A focus is on those that are living in poverty, but crisis situations are addressed too.

 

 

 

  • City Light Ministries has a soup kitchen and food pantry. Call 325-673-6686.
  • Christian Ministries of Abilene has perishable food, vouchers for meals including at Christmas, and even a back to school donation service. The charity is on Walnut Street, and dial 325-673-1234.

Several other charities help feed families or individuals. They also serve hot meals, deliver to seniors in Abilene Texas and offer other help. Locate more Taylor County free food pantries.

 

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