The Affordable Connectivity Program helps low-income houses pay for internet in their homes. Monthly discounts on service to those who qualify.
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Assurance Wireless offers free lifeline wireless phone services. You may qualify if you receive Medicaid or Food Stamps. You can also qualify based on your household income. Please call or go to the website for more information.
City Rescue Mission helps men and women, and women with children by offering emergency shelter on a nightly basis. They provide guests with a safe environment. They may also shower, eat, obtain clean clothing, and sleep. Please call for more information.
Downtown Ecumenical Services Council provides Case Management. They can assist with additional services to help long-term. Please call 904.358.7955 or visit website for more information.
Downtown Ecumenical Services Council provides Emergency Financial Assistance. They may be able to help with rent or utilities. All appointments are done over the phone. Please call 904.358.7955 or visit website for more information.
Customers may receive help of up to $500 for electric service once a year. Customers seeking help may call FPL Customer Service or the partner agency for the Care To Share in their area. Please see the website for more information.
The Emergency Shelter is a safe, secure, and confidential facility. The playground has a privacy fence so children cannot be seen. Most residents have their own bedroom with bath. The shelter is a highly secure facility. Residents can safely rest and plan for their future. There is a day care center as well as a school. Please call for more information.
24-Hour Hotline: 904.354.3114
- Assistance in obtaining housing
- Coordinated family outings and activities
- Court advocacy
- Crisis intervention
- Food and clothing
- Individual and group counseling
- Life management skills
- Locating employment
- Safety planning
- Support groups
Jewish Family & Community Service helps with social and community services. They may be able to help with Emergency Financial Assistance. JFCS does not accept walk-ins for financial assistance. You must contact 2-1-1 for the United Way’s referral service. You must first receive a referral from the United Way. Please visit website for more information.
Jewish Family & Community Service helps provides the Max Block Food Pantry to those in Northeast Florida. You may receive food up to three times in a 12 month period. Walk-ins are welcome during the pantry's hours of operation. Bring your picture ID. Please call 904.448.1933 or visit website for more information.