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Assistance programs Wood County West Virginia.

Find get financial help in Wood County West Virginia. Churches, charities, and government programs provide emergency rent, water or energy bill help or maybe a free box of food from a pantry. There are also free community clinics for health care or dental needs, free school supplies for students and more. Get financial assistance near you in Wood County WV.

Financial grants, loans for paying bills, cash aid or free stuff in the Parkersburg WV area may all be offered. Clients range from the unemployed, disabled, seniors, or working poor. The financial aid is also combined with practical support such as gasoline vouchers, work from home jobs, or even grants to pay for car repairs when needed.

Grant money from community action in Parkersburg

Each year, hundreds of thousands of dollars are intended to bolster food resources, provide shelter, help with rent, mortgage payments and offer utility bill assistance programs for Wood County residents who have non-disaster related emergencies

Community Resources Inc., which is located in Parkersburg in Wood County WV, offers the following services. The community action agency works to bring immediate help as well as relief to communities to address poverty, unemployment, and other needs. The main assistance programs include the following.

  • Housing assistance is available. There is rent money, eviction prevention services CSBG & FEMA Emergency Assistance on utility termination and also homeless shelters. They also process LIEAP grants for utility bills.
     
  • Free stuff is offered. There is free winter and School Coats for Kids, food from a pantry for the low-income or elderly in Wood County as well as School Supplies or Clothing.
     
  • Medical care and medication vouchers. Community Resources helps the uninsured, low-income and people on Medicaid get the health or dental they need. A number of clinics help, and locate Dental Assistance in West Virginia.

 

 

 

  • Referrals are offered. Or talk to case managers for Information & Referral to community action agencies, Youth Enrichment programs, and other government programs
     
  • Emergency help for other needs. Whether a bus pass or voucher to get to an interview, free ride from a volunteer, or repairs to a vehicle, help is offered. Also locate grants to help pay for car repairs.
     
  • Employment and career services are a focus of Community Resources too. The staff partner with federal and state workforce investment centers as well as non-profits. Grants can pay for training, professional work attire, cars for work, or even computers. Even learn about companies that provide free internet.
     
  • Staff from the non-profit agency work with low income clients to find solutions. This will often include increased education levels and employment challenges. So get information on local job training programs too. So that self-sufficiency type focus on clients is offered too.

A number of other programs are available as well. They range from housing to budgeting. As just one more examples, Community Resources of Wood County Inc. also has a Weatherization Program to help people save money on their energy bills. The address is 1037 Market Street Parkersburg, WV 26101. Call (304) 485-5525, or read more Community Resources.

Financial help for bills, housing, rent and more in Wood County WV

Catholic Community Services Charities - A limited amount of funds are available from this Parkersburg West Virginia agency. They help seniors, single moms, women facing DV and the homeless. The Wood County charity can offer emergency financial assistance for paying utilities, prescription voucher, a health care / MedsAccess program. Other services and resources may be available for special considerations on case by case basis. Address is 609 Market St, Parkersburg, WV 26101. Main phone: (304) 917-4486

 

 

 

 

The Wood County West Virginia Salvation Army may be able to provide Housing and Rental Assistance to prevent homelessness. All funds are limited. The charity also has free clothes (adult or kids), groceries from a pantry and a soup kitchen. There are other programs available as well, including free Furniture/Household Goods, Prescription Medications, and gas cards.

  • Low income families, single moms or dads and others will get Utility Bill Assistance, Emergency Shelter, Transitional Housing, or Daily Meals. The seasonal services in Parkersburg include free Christmas toys, Thanksgiving dinners and Meals as well as back to school supplies. Call (304) 485-4529, or more on Parkersburg Salvation Army services.

Emergency rent and security deposit help is available from a select number of agencies. The locations may offer the following forms of assistance, or give referrals.

  • Legal advice, including free lawyers for tenants.
  • Money to pay back rent, energy bills, water costs, security deposits, and moving expenses.
  • Shelter for the homeless in Parkersburg WV. Or get a free motel voucher for Motel 6, Red Roof inn, or other lodging.
  • Other resources may be available as well. Find more on Wood County rent assistance.

Financial help Wood County WVA place to turn to for free or low cost health or medical care is the Ritchie Regional Health Center (RRHC). You need to call to make an appointment, but they take people with no insurance or money. The free clinic may be able to offer free or income based medical or health care. Eye exams, root canals, free dentures, STD checks, OBGYN and more is offered. The clinic is involved in providing primary health or dental care to the low income and uninsured as well as medically indigent in the community.

  • Free or low cost health or medical care services are provided to individuals or families who have no private insurance, Medicaid, Medicare or any type of government health insurance. Whether physicals, check up, cancer screening, medical billing advocacy services, or other tests/care, assistance is offered. The medical care is for Wood County families that have incomes that fall around certain government poverty limits. The location is 1513 Blizzard Drive, Parkersburg, WV 26101​. Phone: 304-699-0809 or 304-643-4005.

We Have Your Six only helps veterans. There are a number of programs ranging from grant money to help with utilities, rent or a mortgage to clothes, personal hygiene supplies and more. Or even get help fixing a truck or car for work or training. The location is 715 16th Street, Parkersburg, WV 26101. Phone(304) 966-2040,

Parkersburg Urban Ministries is made up of multiple churches in Wood County WV. There is a free food bank, clothing closet and limited basic needs. The poor, seniors, single moms and others will get help from 219 11th St, Parkersburg, WV 26101. All resources are limited but they help people no matter their faith. Dial (304) 428-0537, or look here for other options for free stuff. Or try the freecycle network.

South Parkersburg Baptist Church and a "Benevolence Fund" offers emergency assistance. The charity is at 1655 Blizzard Dr, Parkersburg, WV 26101. Get money to pay a security deposit or back rent, water or gas bills, or fuel. There are also free household or personal supplies and school items for students in Parkersburg WV. There are also transportation programs. Call (304) 422-7722.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wood County DHHR Office processes applications to public assistance and government benefits. The office is at 400 Fifth St, Parkersburg, WV 26101. There are many offered, including the Low-income energy assistance program (LIEAP), free cash from Temporary assistance for Needy Families (TANF), the School clothing allowance (SCA) program for kids from single mothers or working poor families.

  • Other government benefits help with medical, dental, and substance abuse counseling. Whether Medicaid or Medicare, or free insurance from Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), support is offered. There is also the free Indigent burial program for the uninsured, which can also pay for cremations. Call DHHR at (304) 420-2560. Or look here for burial help for the low income.

Food, free basic needs, and referrals in Wood County

Regional food pantries can provide various forms of assistance. Depending on the applicant’s income and exact needs, the staff will try to provide them with emergency food if they are facing hunger or maybe vouchers for medications or work clothing. Other centers may serve holiday meals. Or try a free soup kitchen in Wood County West Virginia.

Each location will usually focus on families in a crisis, or maybe the disabled or elderly in Wood County. residents need to call for specifics. Some centers include First Lutheran Church (is a free Food Distribution Center at 1701 19th St, Parkersburg, WV 26101. Phone: (304) 428-6174). But there are several others. Click Wood County free food banks.

 

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