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|The Salvation Army|
is accepting applications for
We assist people living in Ada County
Applications will be accepted every
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
Beginning November 1st and ending December 8th
9:00 AM -- 4:00 PM
Late night applications will be accepted
November 15th, November 30th, and December 7th from
9:00 AM to 8:00PM
At The Salvation Army Family Services
4308 W. State St
You will need to bring with you:
- Something that shows the age of your child/children
- Identification for all adults
- Something that shows your current address
Gifts for children ages 0 to 14 and Food Boxes for all Households
2011 Christmas Assistance Registration
Registration for assistance in the Richmond metro area will be held at The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club, 3701 R Street in Richmond on the following dates:
October 10-14; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
October 24-28; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
November 7-11; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
PLEASE NOTE: Spanish speaking individuals are asked to register on the following dates as The Salvation Army will have interpreters available on those dates ONLY!!
November 28 - December 2; 9a.m. to 4 p.m.
There will be NO late registration days this year for Richmond metro area!!
Registration for assistance in the Tri-Cities will be held at The Salvation Army Tri-Cities Service Center, 1228 S. West Street in Petersburg on the following dates:
October 10-14; 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
October 24-28; 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
November 7-11; 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
November 28 - December 2; 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
There will be NO late registration days this year for the Tri-Cities!!
WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING TO REGISTER FOR ASSISTANCE:
Please note, The Salvation Army will not register clients without all of this information.
1) A photo I.D.
2) Social security cards for applicants and ALL children
3) Birth certificate for ALL children
4) If the child is not the applicant's, the applicant will need to provide proof of guardianship (custody papers)
5) Proof of expenses (rent/mortgage, cable and cell phone)
6) Proof of income (recent paycheck stubs)
Assistance is available for children ages birth to 14.
Children are not allowed at registration.
HOW DO I GET HELP PAYING MY UTILITY BILLS?
The Division of Public Utilities cannot physically assist any party with the payment of their utility bills. The Division of Public Utilities may intervene, and possibly mediate the informal complaint process where the utility may have violated Utah State Statute, Utah Public Service Commission Rules, or the Utility's published tariffs. The Division of Public Utilities can refer the party to programs administered by public agencies or in conjunction with the utilities themselves, that may assist the party in applying for utility payment assistance.
HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE TARGET (HEAT)
The HEAT program is Utah's version of the federal LIHEAP program (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program). funded 100% by the Federal Government through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and administered by the Utah State Department of Community and Culture (DCC). It is designed to assist eligible households to meet the rising costs of home heating by either electricity or natural gas. There is also a LOW INCOME WEATHERIZATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM, administered by the same State office that can assist eligible parties to make their homes more energy efficient.
How to apply
WEATHERIZATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
This program is also administered by the Utah State Department of Community and Culture. It is administered through nine government and nonprofit agencies across the state, enables qualified low-income individuals and families to make their homes more energy efficient and reduce utility costs. Individuals, families, elderly people (age 60 or older), and the handicapped that are at or below 125 percent of the current federal poverty income guidelines are eligible for the Weatherization Assistance Program.
This program is also administered by the Utah State Department of Community and Culture, and is designed to assist eligible households to meet the rising costs of home electric energy.
You can obtain more information about these programs by contacting Sherm Roquiero at (801) 538-8644, Rosalinda Tsosie at (801) 538-8621 or Eva Salazar at (801) 538-8642 with Community and Economic development or the Energy Hotline 1-800-662-3633. Click here to visit their website.
Salt Lake County:
Utah, Wasatch and Summit Counties:
Weatherization 373-8333 x 117
Davis, Morgan and Weber Counties:
Box Elder, Cache and Rich Counties:
Heat and Weatherization 435-752-7242
Juab, MIllard, Sanpete, Sevier, Piute and Wayne Counties:
Heat and Weatherization 435-896-9222
Beaver, Iron, Washington, Garfield and Kane Counties:
Heat and Weatherization 435-673-3548
Dagget, Duchesne and Uintah Counties:
Heat and Weatherization 435-722-4518
San Juan, Grand, Emery and Carbon Counties:
Heat and Weatherization 435-637-7323
Under the Public Service Commission Rule R746-341-1 you may be eligible for a discount on monthly local phone service and one-time hook-up fees. It is funded through the Universal Services Fund (USF) approved by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the State of Utah. It provides a discount of approximately $13.25 a month for low-income households (135% of the federal poverty limit) with landline telephones and a 50% (up to $30) Link-Up discount for low-income households who desire to install a landline telephone in their home. As of June 2006, the Utah Lifeline program had over 29,000 participants.
Eligibility - Do You Qualify?
Shauna Springer 801-530-6433 email@example.com
Eva Salazar 801-538-8642 firstname.lastname@example.org
OTHER POSSIBLE SOURCES OF ASSISTANCE:
- Southeastern Utah Association of Government's Heat Program
- Questar Gas assistance link
- The American Red Cross also administers their own 'Emergency Utility Assistance Programs'. They are REACH, LEND A HAND and Salt Lake City WATER ASSIST. For more information contact the American Red Cross office nearest you.
Faced With Turn-Off Or Delinquent Water Bill Account? Maybe We Can Help!
The cost of providing water to almost two million people each day is directly tied to the cost of fuel, electricity and federal mandates.
This means that some of our citizens with limited incomes are finding it harder to make ends meet. That is why Baltimore City is offering assistance to those who may be having problems paying their water bills.
Please contact your nearest Baltimore Community Action Center (see below) for more information on how we may be able to help you.”
Who is eligible?
- You must be a Baltimore City resident, the utility account holder and receive your water bill directly from the City.
- You must reside at the property on the account.
- You must have received a delinquent, turn-off, or tax sale notice due to being in arrears.
- You must not have an existing payment plan with the Department of Finance.
- You must have verification documents for eligibility.
You must pledge to make consistent payments on your unpaid and current balance. You will receive a credit of $125.00.
You must meet the household income guidelines below:
|Household Size||Max. Monthly Income||Max. Yearly Income|
|For each additional person, add||$507.50||$6,090.00|
Baltimore Housing Community Action Centers
Southeast Community Action Center
Diann Baker, Director
3411 Bank Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21224
Fax: (410) 545-6511
Eastern Community Action Center
Desiree Mack, Manager
1401 East Preston Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21213
Fax: (410) 545-7955
Northern Community Action Center
David Smith, Manager
5225 York Road
Baltimore, Maryland 21212
Fax: (410) 545-7960
Western District Community Action Center
Social Program Administrator III
1133 Pennsylvania Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21217
Fax: (410) 396-0366
Northwest District Community Action Center
Diane Jones, Manager
3314 Ayrdale Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21216
Fax: (410) 542-3635
Satellite: 3939 Reisterstown Road, Room 150
(410) 396-4770 Fax: (410) 367-5609
Southern Community Action Center
Beulah McCain-Lucas, Manager
606 Cherry Hill Road
Baltimore, Maryland 21225
Fax: (410) 545-1702
Assistance is available for both gas and electric bills. The assistance may be in the form of a reduction of your heating bill and/or a set amount based on your income to be paid each month. Eligibility for these programs is usually based on household income.
What is HEAP?
HEAP is a federally funded program administered by the Ohio Department of Development (ODOD). It is designed to help eligible low-income Ohioans meet the high costs of home heating. HEAP pays a one-time payment for most PUCO-regulated utility customers reflecting their usage for the current winter heating season.
Who is eligible?
The total household income of an applicant must be at or below 200 percent of the federal poverty guidelines.
How do I sign up?
Call (800) 282-0880, TDD (800) 686-1557 or write to P.O. Box 1240, Columbus, Ohio 43266-0583. HEAP applications may also be downloaded from the Ohio Department of Development Web site or picked up at community action agencies, post offices and libraries. Note: Each household should mail only one application. Customers can check the status of their HEAP applications online.
PIPP Plus allows eligible customers to make affordable monthly energy payments on a year-round basis. When a PIPP Plus household pays its monthly PIPP Plus payment on-time and in-full, some of their old debt and the rest of that month’s bill goes away in the form of a credit on their utility account.
Who is eligible?
- Your utility company must be regulated by the PUCO. Duke Energy Ohio, Ohio Gas, Eastern Natural Gas, Pike Natural Gas, and Southeastern Natural Gas will offer a slightly different version of PIPP Plus. If you are a customer of one of these companies, call your company to learn more. Some small gas companies are not required to offer PIPP Plus.
- You must apply for all energy assistance for which you are eligible.
- You must have a gross yearly household income at or below 150 percent of the federal poverty guidelines. If you are not eligible based on the 12-month “test,” you may qualify for PIPP Plus based on your income for the most recent three months.
What will my monthly payment be?
Electric and natural gas customers who qualify pay $10 or 6 percent of their gross monthly household income, whichever is greater, to the utility company each month. If the utility provides both gas and electric services or if the customer has an all-electric home, the payment is $10 or 10 percent of the gross monthly income, whichever is greater.
How do I sign up for PIPP Plus?
Contact your local energy assistance program provider. You may also enroll in PIPP Plus by completing the Energy Assistance Program application and mailing it to The Ohio Department of Development. You must provide proof of your gross monthly household income for at least the last three months. To find your local energy assistance program provider or to obtain an application, please call (800) 282-0880.
Will I have to pay a deposit when I sign up?
No. There are no deposits for PIPP Plus households. If you paid a deposit in the past, that amount will be used to reduce any debt you owe the utility company.
When is my first payment due?
Your first payment will be due when you enroll in PIPP Plus. If you are unable to pay at enrollment, the installment can be added to your next monthly bill, but you will be billed for two payments. You will also lose the arrearage credit for the first month.
What are the new benefits of paying my PIPP Plus amount on-time and in-full?
When PIPP Plus payments are made on-time and in-full, customers earn an incentive credit and an arrearage credit. Each time you pay your required monthly payment on-time and in-full, you no longer owe the rest of that month’s billed amount. You also receive a 1/24 credit toward any old debt. If you make full, on-time payments for 24 straight months, all of your arrearages will be eliminated.
Will fees be assessed for late payments?
No, but you will not receive the incentive or arrearage crediting benefits that come from paying your PIPP Plus payment amount on-time and in-full.
What do I need to do to stay on PIPP Plus?
Natural gas: Every 12 months you must provide proof that your gross monthly household income is at or below 150 percent of the federal poverty level to remain a PIPP Plus customer. At that time, you must also make up any PIPP Plus payments that you missed over the past 12 months. You will have one billing cycle to make up those payments, or you will be removed from PIPP Plus, and your entire bill balance will become due. At that time, your utility may offer you an extended payment plan to help you avoid disconnection.
Electric: To remain a PIPP Plus customer, you must provide proof of your gross monthly household income at least every 12 months. If you do not provide proof of income you will be removed from PIPP Plus, and your entire bill balance will become due. At that time, your utility may offer you an extended payment plan to help you avoid disconnection.
Can I participate in customer choice and PIPP Plus at the same time?
No. If you are participating in a customer choice program, and then become eligible for and participate in PIPP Plus, you will automatically be switched to the utility. If you were under a contract with a marketer, they may assess an early termination fee if you switch to PIPP Plus before your contract expires.
What are my options if I become income ineligible for PIPP Plus?
Natural gas: Customers who become income ineligible for PIPP Plus, but are current on their PIPP Plus payment, will be placed on Graduate PIPP Plus. This new program provides customers with a 12-month transition from PIPP Plus to full payments. Under Graduate PIPP Plus, customers pay an average of their most recent PIPP Plus amount and a budget billing amount calculated by their utility. Graduate PIPP Plus customers who make payments on-time and in-full will continue to receive credits toward their monthly bill balance and a 1/12 credit to their old debt. Some small gas companies are not required to offer Graduate PIPP Plus.
Electric: The electric transition and arrearage crediting program provides customers with a 12 month transition from PIPP Plus to full payments. Under the Electric Graduate PIPP Plus program, customers pay either an average of their most recent PIPP Plus amount and a budget billing amount calculated by their utility, or a regular budget payment or the cost of the electric service billed each month. Electric Graduate PIPP Plus customers who make payments on-time and in-full will continue to receive credits toward their monthly bill balance and a 1/12 credit to their old debt.
A special component of HEAP, the Winter Crisis Program, is administered by community action agencies throughout Ohio. The Winter Crisis Program provides assistance once per heating season to eligible low-income households that are disconnected, threatened with disconnection, or have less than a ten-day supply of bulk fuel. For further information, contact your local community action agency.
Who is eligible?
The total household income of an applicant must be at or below 200 percent of the federal poverty guidelines.
How do I sign up?
Applications for Emergency HEAP are accepted through March 31. Contact your local community action agency to sign up.
Ohio's Home Weatherization Assistance Program (HWAP) is a federally funded low-income residential energy efficiency program. The program reduces low-income households' energy use, thus creating more affordable housing for those in most need. Services include attic, wall and basement insulation; blower-door-guided air leakage reduction; heating system repairs or replacements; and health and safety testing and inspections. All measures are provided based on an on-site energy audit and on cost-effective guidelines developed using the NEAT computerized energy audit. Individualized client education is an important component of the program.
Who benefits from HWAP?
Households at or below 200 percent of the federal poverty guidelines, PIPP (Percentage of Income Payment Plan) participants, PIPP eligible households or households participating Supplemental Security Income qualify for this no-cost program. After weatherization, households that heat with natural gas reduce space heating consumption by an average of 24.7 percent, and electrically heated homes reduce usage by 13 percent on average. HWAP participants increased the percentage of utility bills that they pay and the rate of disconnections of utility service for this group decreased by 50 percent.
How do I sign up?
Call (800) 282-0880, TDD (800) 686-1557 or write to P.O. Box 1240, Columbus, Ohio 43266-0583. HWAP applications may also be downloaded from the Ohio Department of Development Web site or picked up at community action agencies, post offices and libraries. Note: Each household should mail only one application.
A special component of HEAP, the Summer Crisis Program provides summer cooling assistance for low-income elderly households and for Ohioans with qualifying medical conditions. The program applies to electric utilities only.
What are the benefits?
One-time payment assistance of up to $175 to be put towards:
Electric bill payment,
Air conditioning unit, or
Who is eligible?
You do not have to be enrolled in PIPP or have received a disconnection notice to be eligible for the Summer Crisis Program.
Households must have a gross annual income of 200 percent of the federal poverty guidelines and meet one of the following criteria:
Have a member of the household who is at least 60 years old; or
Provide physician documentation of medical necessity.
How do I sign up?
Applications for the Summer Crisis Program are accepted from July 1 through August 31. Contact your local community action agency to sign up.
The HeatShare programs are programs administered by the Salvation Army to help qualifying households pay for natural gas bills. These programs typically run from January until May, or until funds are depleted. For more information about the HeatShare program or to receive assistance, please contact your local Salvation Army.
Columbia Gas of Ohio HeatShare Program
Customers of Columbia Gas of Ohio are eligible for the HeatShare program if they have an annual gross household income at or below 150 percent of the federal poverty guidelines. Households experiencing unexpected financial hardships may also be eligible for the program, determined on a case-by-case basis. The HeatShare program provides Columbia customers with a one-time assistance grant of up to $250. Customers are only eligible for HeatShare once per year, and the assistance cannot be applied toward security deposits or bills that are not required to maintain service.
Dominion East Ohio EnergyShare Program
The Dominion East Ohio EnergyShare program is designed to provide fuel assistance to pay for any type of winter heating bill. To qualify for the program, customers must live within the Dominion service territory, must have a termination notice, and must have exhausted other resources for state and federal fuel assistance. Senior citizens age 60 and older do not need a termination notice to qualify. Applicants must also meet one of the following criteria:
- Annual household income at or below 150 percent of the federal poverty guidelines;
- Head of the household is unemployed; or
- Have a demonstrated personal or family crisis.
EnergyShare can provide customers with assistance of up to $500 for heating bills and up to $250 for deposits. The funds cannot be used for unauthorized usage, bills older than one heating season, or unpaid balances from the previous heating season. To receive assistance, the applicant must have their name on the utility account or live at the listed residence. For more information, contact your local Salvation Army or Dominion East Ohio at (800) 362-7557.
Duke Energy Ohio HeatShare Fuel Fund
Eligibility for the Duke Energy Ohio HeatShare program is based upon need, and households must be subject to disconnection in order to qualify. Eligible customers can receive a one-time assistance payment of $300. For more information, contact the Salvation Army at (513) 721-0795.
PUCO-regulated gas and electric companies have the following extended payment plans available to help you to make affordable payments and maintain service:
- The One-third Plan, or Winter Heating Season Plan, is only offered from November 1 to April 15 and requires you to pay 1/3 of your total account balance each month.
- The One-sixth Plan requires you to pay six equal monthly payments on your past due amount in addition to your monthly budget payment.
- The One-ninth Plan requires you to pay nine equal monthly payments on your past due amount in addition to your monthly budget payment.
These plans are available to all residential customers regardless of income. For more information, contact your utility company or your local Community Action Agency. You may also call the PUCO toll-free: Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., EST:
(800) 686-PUCO (7826) (voice)
(800) 686-1570 (TDD)
Some utility companies may offer other emergency assistance plans. For more information, please contact your utility company.
The Patriot Plan, a program providing protections and benefits to military personnel and their families, can assist qualifying customers with maintaining utility service while serving on active duty. Under the plan, Ohio’s natural gas and electric utilities cannot disconnect the residential utility service of any military reservist or National Guardsman deployed on active duty for nonpayment.
Upon return from active duty, utility companies must offer customers a period of time equal to the length of their deployment to pay any arrearages that may have accumulated. Additional time may be requested by a customer if the amount in arrearages presents a hardship. Utility companies are also prohibited from charging any late payment fees or interest to qualifying customers during the period of deployment or the repayment period.
The Patriot Plan does not apply to career active-duty military personnel serving their regular tour of duty. For additional information regarding this benefit, contact your local utility company or the PUCO at (800) 686-PUCO (7826).
Financial Assistance Services provides support to low-income residents of Ramsey County. We determine eligibility for public assistance programs such as Medicaid, Food Support, General Assistance, Child Care and the Minnesota Family Investment Program.
Note: If you currently have Medicare or will qualify in the near future, you should learn about Medicare D, the new prescription drug coverage program. Go to Minnesota Department of Human Services for more information on Medicare-related programs.
Cash and Food Programs
The following programs help low-income people with Cash or Food support. Click on the program links for further information about the programs. Click here for information on How to Apply for Cash or Food Support assistance in Ramsey County.
Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) - This program helps to pay childcare costs for low-income working families.
Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP) - This program is Minnesota's Cash and Food Assistance program for families who need assistance.
Diversionary Work Program (DWP) - When most families first apply for cash assistance, they will participate in the Diversionary Work Program, or DWP. This is a 4 month program that helps parents go immediately to work rather than receive welfare.
Food Support Program (FS) - This program helps low-income people with their food costs.
Minnesota Food Assistance Program (MFAP) - Non-citizens not eligible for FS may qualify for the MFAP.
General Assistance (GA) - This program serves as Minnesota's primary safety net for single adults and childless couples. The GA Program provides monthly cash grants for vulnerable persons whose income and resources are less than program limits.
Minnesota Supplemental Aid (MSA) - This program is a state funded program that provides a monthly cash supplement to people who are aged, blind or disabled and who receive federal Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits.
Group Residential Housing (GRH) - This program is a state-funded income supplement program that pays for room-and-board costs for low-income adults who have been placed in a licensed or registered setting with which a county human service agency has negotiated a monthly rate.
Refugee Cash Assistance (RCA) - This program coordinates services to assist refugees in making the transition to life in the United States. These services include resettlement and placement, cash and medical assistance, and employment and social services.
Health Care Programs
The following programs help low-income people with coverage for medical bills.
Medical Assistance (MA) - This program assists child under the age of 21, parents or relative caretakers of dependent children, pregnant women, people who are 65 or older and people who have a disability.
General Assistance Medical Care (GAMC) - This program serves low-income adults, ages 21-64, who have no dependent children under age 18 and who do not qualify for federal health care programs.
Other Health Care Programs - There are a variety of health care programs available to assist specific groups of people. These include persons in Nursing Homes, at-home care services, etc. the Department of Human Services web site is a good source of information on these programs.
The emergency aid programs available in Ramsey County include:
Ramsey County Emergency Assistance (EA) - This program is for low-income families experiencing a financial crisis.
Emergency General Assistance (EGA) - This program primarily helps low-income individuals experiencing a financial crisis.
Emergency Minnesota Supplemental Aide (EMSA) - This program is only available to persons currently receiving MSA.
Emergency aide is usually provided in the form of specific payments for shelter or other emergency expenses, which cause a threat to the health or safety of the individual or family. People currently active on a program with Financial Assistance should call their caseworker to apply for emergency aide. People not currently on assistance with Ramsey County can call 266-4444 to get information on how to apply for emergency aide.
Emergency Shelter/Help for the Homeless - Ramsey County has a variety of services available to those who are homeless or in danger of becoming homeless. Intake services for homeless persons are coordinated through The Family Place. For information on what to do if you are homeless or in danger or becoming homeless call The Family Place at 651-225-9354 or 651-225-9355.
If you wish to apply for cash or food programs, please come to our offices at 160 East Kellogg Blvd., Government Center East, St. Paul, MN 55101.
To access application forms and get further information from the Minnesota Department of Human Services, please go to their website.
To have Ramsey County mail you an application, or for further information about applying for services or our programs, call 266-4444.
Please contact the clinic/health center directly to schedule an appointment.
Primary Medical Care
To receive services at VHC, patients must:
Have no form of health insurance or healthcare coverage (i.e. no MAP, Medicaid/CHIP, private insurance, etc.)
- Meet income guidelines (200% FPIL)
- Present a Photo ID (Passports not accepted)
- Present Proof of current Travis County address (ID, utility bill, or lease agreement)
A $5 donation is requested
Hours of OperationWalk-In Clinic for Acute/Primary Care:
Tuesday & Thursday evenings - 6:00 pm
What You Should Know
- Patients must bring a photo ID with a current Travis County address on it
- You must be at the Clinic at 6pm in order to receive a ticket. If you arrive after 6pm you will not be seen. Doors open at 5pm
- If address on ID is not current, a proof of residency must be provided as well (such as utility or phone bill, lease agreement, etc.)
- Passports are not accepted as a form of identification
- Only patients are allowed in the waiting room due to space and health concerns. Come alone as anyone with you will be asked to wait outside
- Do not bring healthy children who do not need to be seen to the Clinic
- Children under 18 in need of medical services must be accompanied by ONLY ONE parent
- Only one parent will be able to accompany the child inside the Clinic
- You may be at the Clinic 2-3 hours (registration, triage, physician consultations, pharmacy and lab services) so please be patient and plan accordingly.
- The Clinic is staffed almost entirely with volunteers and patients are expected to treat VHC volunteers and staff with respect (and vice versa).
- The Clinic has a Suggestion Box and patient satisfaction survey in the waiting room. Please provide feedback about your experience at VHC.
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- ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION | SCHOOL-BASED SERVICES
- BASIC NEEDS | HOMELESSNESS PREVENTION SERVICES
- CASE MANAGEMENT | HEALTHY START
- CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION | FAMILIES FIRST
- CHILD ABUSE/NEGLECT | ASSESSMENT CENTER OF TARRANT COUNTY
- COMMUNICATION | COMMUNITY VOICEMAIL
- COUNSELING | CLINICAL COUNSELING
- FINANCIAL EDUCATION | FINANCIAL EDUCATION
- FOSTER CARE | INTERNATIONAL FOSTER CARE (IFC)
- FOSTER HOMES FOR CHILDREN | PATHWAYS
- HEALTH | BREAST HEALTH EDUCATION
- HEALTH/MEDICAL CARE | ENROLLMENT SOLUTIONS
- HEALTH/MEDICAL CARE | PHARMACEUTICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
- HOMELESS SERVICES | HOMES
- HOMELESS SERVICES | STREET OUTREACH SERVICES
- HOUSEHOLD GOODS/TEMPORARY PROGRAM | TXU ENERGY LOW INCOME ENERGY EFFICIENCY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
- IMMIGRANT/REFUGEE SERVICES | IMMIGRATION CONSULTATION SERVICES
- IMMIGRANT/REFUGEE SERVICES | REFUGEE SERVICES
- INCOME TAX | VOLUNTEER INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE (VITA)
- REFUGEE SERVICES | WORN
- TRANSLATION/INTERPRETATION SERVICES | TRANSLATION & INTERPRETER NETWORK
- VISUAL IMPAIRMENTS/BLIND | PREVENT BLINDNESS TEXAS ADULT EYE CLINIC