The Emergency Food and Shelter Program can provide assistance on past due rent, first month's rent, or utility bills. Short- and medium-term rental assistance may be offered based on availability of funds.
Eligibility is based on the total gross household income received by all members living in the home at the time of application. This means that families sharing a dwelling must apply as one unit. Income includes: wages, unemployment compensation, TANF payments, child support, alimony, Social Security, SSI, pensions, VA, grants and other regular payments.
After an initial pre-screening by phone or email, if it appears likely that you are eligible for assistance, you will be given an appointment for an intake interview.
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