In addition to the Soup Kitchen, Thrift Shop, Food Pantry and emergency financial assistance, the following Programs are also offered: • Birth Certificates and IDs: assistance with obtaining these documents, which are needed to apply for housing and other basic benefits • Financial Literacy: a series of classes on taking control of personal finances through budgeting, ways to spend less, avoiding money traps and organizing finances • Grandparents’ Day: usually meet monthly to hear a featured speaker on health issues or other pertinent topics (including Senior Driver Safety Classes); blood pressure checks, plus refreshments and fellowship • Household Necessities: assistance with setting up an apartment for the first time or after an emergency (fire, flooding) with kitchen items, bedding etc. • Kids Dress for Success: assistance with new school uniforms with focus on importance of school attendance • Prescriptions:
assistance with accessing programs available for long-term prescription needs through
co-pay assistance through local mental health facility
emergency financial assistance with prescriptions
• Step into the Future: assistance for adults being re-trained for new jobs/careers with registration, book fees or work clothing
For for more information, please contact the Neighbors in Need Office at 229.883.2872.