The Disaster Recovery Warehouse is available to those that have lost everything due to a natural disaster. They replace items that have been lost such as furniture and household items. The goal is to restore the lives of families torn apart by disaster. All items are given freely to families without charge. Call for more information.
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Operation Homefront helps military families during hard financial times. They provide food boxes, gocery store cards and food vouchers to the commissary. They offer enough aid for one week of food per client family. They will help clients find other food resources as well. They also offer toiletries. Please see the website for more information.
- DEERS dependents of service members who are active duty, wounded/ill/injured, deployed
- Experiencing a financial hardship
Safelink/Lifeline wireless phones are provided by TracFone to provide telephone service to those in need.
Those who qualify receive a free phone with free monthly minutes.
Those who live in Section 8 housing or receive Medicaid or food stamps may qualify.
Please call for more information.
If you have an illness that prevents you from working, you may be able to get Social Security Disability. You may also qualify if you will be unable to work for at least a year due to illness.
Please see website for more information.
VR offers assistive technology and device services under the FAAST program. They also have an exchange program (ATBAY), where people with devices can connect with others to trade or sell. There is a section for people who need equipment as well. It is mainly for people who live in Florida. FAAST also has a lending program. Please call for more information.