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Assistance programs Yavapai County and Prescott

Find where to get emergency financial help for bills, housing and basic needs in Prescott AZ and the county. Learn how to apply for funds to help with rent, security deposits, utility bills, and more in Yavapai County. There are also places for free food, such as pantries, or medical care from health care centers. Get financial assistance near you in Yavapai County.

Churches, charities, and the government assist low income families, seniors, and struggling residents. They may also find free foreclosure prevention services, grants to pay a mortgage, free groceries as well as gasoline vouchers. There are other social services offered in Prescott Arizona as well, including from agencies such as Northern Arizona Council of Government or Catholic Charities listed below.

Organizations that provide crisis as well as financial assistance in Prescott AZ

The Prescott Arizona based Catholic Charities Community Services can provide assistance to people across Yavapai County. There is help for the poor, unemployed, single moms, immigrants and others. Emergency assistance and long term support is offered.

This non-profit may be able to provide assistance with bills, including electric or transportation. There are also funds for housing expenses and other aid to vulnerable children, individuals and families at risk. They can support people in a crisis situation regardless of their race, ethnicity or religious affiliation. The address is 434 W Gurley St, Prescott, AZ 86301. Call 928-778-2531. Or read more on Catholic Charity programs.

Cornucopia Community Advocates (phone 928-284-3284) is a great source of information. They provide and conduct community needs, assessment studies and they form strong partnerships with relevant local charities. Together these organizations work to provide help and resources for those people at the poverty level or in great need of financial assistance. Referrals to grant money, benefits such as SNAP food stamps, cash aid and more may be available.

Old Town Mission, which is located in Cottonwood Arizona (phone (928) 634-7869) offers financial aid, including emergency Food/Gasoline Vouchers. There is also Travelers Assistance and free school supplies as well as clothes or furniture. They also run a thrift store as well as pantry for clothing and food.

 

 

 

While more limited, the charity may also offer emergency help for bills and rent, free eye glasses, and also Medical Prescription Assistance. A wide range of services are offered for the low income in Cottonwood and Prescott area. The charity is at 116 E Pinal St, Cottonwood, AZ 86326. More details on programs from Old Town Mission.

The Salvation Army also has a branch in Prescott that can serve residents of all of Yavapai County Arizona. Dial (928) 778-0150. They run some homeless prevention programs and offer free motel vouchers. In addition the non-profit can provide emergency funds for paying utility and energy bills. There is also free food, access to a thrift store, counseling, and other support.

Several other programs and resources are available from the Yavapai County Arizona Salvation Army. A free emergency food pantry can help feed children and senior citizens. Qualified, lower income families can also receive self-sufficiency and case management services, including job training and material aid such as bus passes or gas cards. Both free school supplies and Christmas help may be offered too. Contact the non-profit for more details on these and other assistance programs. Read more Salvation Army Prescott Arizona programs.

Grant money for rent is available. If you are facing eviction, or anticipate needing help paying rent in the future, find information on additional places to call for Yavapai County rent assistance. Agencies offer loans, security deposit help, and other housing resources.

The Coalition for Compassion and Justice is another Yavapai Arizona community organization that is strongly committed to meeting immediate needs. The non-profit provides meals through Open Door Tuesday through Friday. They also operate a free pantry for take home food and serve as a distribution center for St. Mary's Commodity boxes. The Coalition will also provide clothing through the Thrift Shop and Warm for Winter in October. Call them at 928-445-8382. The address is 531 Madison Ave, Prescott, AZ 86301.

 

 

 

 

Many utility bill assistance programs are offered, both locally in Yavapai County as well as referrals to national programs. Low-income families, or those living check to check or with little or no money, these individuals often struggle to get their utility or electricity service reconnected. There are programs that help get utilities turned on, even on the same day or week. Learn more on how to get electricity turned on same day.

Free Christmas and holiday assistance is available in Yavapai County. Several agencies provide assistance to kids, immigrants, seniors and others. There will be free Christmas toys, games, gifts, food boxes and gift cards as well, based on donations. Locate a Christmas toy giveaway.

Free low income legal assistance programs

If you have a civil legal case, there are lawyers that provide support. Call the non-profit attorneys at Community Legal Services, Inc. Dial 928-445-9240. This firm provides high-quality, free legal advice and consultations, assistance and/or direct representation in certain civil matters. Attorneys can represent clients in court as well, including eviction cases.

For example, get legal help for foreclosures, consumer debt issues, unemployment, and more. The programs are aimed at indigent, unemployed and low-income individuals and families who are residing in Prescott and Yavapai Count AZ. Click here to learn more on free legal aid from lawyers in Arizona.

Community Action programs for bills and expenses in Yavapai County

The community action agency, Northern Arizona Council of Government, offers several programs. Grant money, employment services and other help is offered. Some of their resources are noted below.

  • Case management - Work with a counselor. As you go through the process, you may be able to receive money for paying the following expenses. Food, Auto Repairs, Rent or Mortgage payment, clothing, Moving Costs.
  • Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) - Help for utility bills, and money to prevent a disconnection of service.
  • Rent or Mortgage assistance - Receive a grant to make a rent or mortgage payment, if the alternative is homelessness. Click here to learn more on Arizona mortgage programs.
  • Appliances - Get new, or repair appliances, from the Utility Replacement, Repair and Deposit Program (URRD). This assistance program repairs or replaces refrigerators, cook stoves, heaters and furnaces, and water heaters for low to moderate income households who are in an emergency or crisis situation.
  • Referrals are available. Get information on Yavapai based agencies, food pantries,  loan or financial aid programs for expenses such as security deposits, and other support.
  • Weatherization assistance - Low income, elderly, and disabled may be eligible for free energy saving improvements to their residence. Including water heater or refrigerator  repair or replacement, extra insulation, window repair, roof work, or other home improvements.

Call the Northern Arizona Council of Government at (928) 774-1895. More details on Northern Arizona Community Action.

Charities and non-profits that provide free food

A few places as well as groups to turn to for food, hot meals and groceries are as follows. Many of the pantries also offer clothes, free hygiene supplies, and a variety of basic needs.

 

 

 

Prescott - Arizona Food Bank (call (602) 528-3434) is an all volunteer, community based, charity organization that is strongly dedicated to dispense emergency groceries and foods to those people who need help. The aid may in fact be ongoing until the individuals once again becomes self-sufficient over the long term. They are located in Cottonwood.

Another option is the Chino Valley Food Bank. Phone 928-636-8478. This is also an all volunteer group that distributes free food to those in need. They can also deliver to the elderly and homebound.

Additional non-profit centers help the needy with free food and meals. Click here for additional locations of free food pantries in Yavapai County.

Free or low cost health care

Call the Community Health Center of Yavapai - Prescott Free Clinic. The health care facility provides help to low income as well as people with limited or no health insurance assistance. In addition, there are also support services for other qualified individuals. They can access dental cleanings, check ups, and a wide variety of free health care services and other support. Call the agency at 928-583-1000. The clinic is at 1090 Commerce Dr, Prescott, AZ 86305.

The low income and immigrants in Yavapai County can get other medical care as well There is everything from alternative health insurance plans to medications, negotiation services, and much more.

 

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