"Monterey County residents qualifying as low income are eligible to apply for needed home repairs for free, according to a local nonprofit group. Rebuilding Together, a Monterey-based nonprofit dedicated to helping low-income homeowners live in safe and healthy homes, is accepting applications for home repairs."
"Six years after the Alexandria Council of Human Services Organizations (ACHSO) compiled a list of needs in the community, the group has met with local leaders to see what progress has been made. In regards to housing and affordable development in Alexandria, the answer is not much. For many low income families in Alexandria, it is difficult or even imp […]
"Oak Hills High School students are raising awareness about hunger and homelessness, and taking action to help those in need in our community. Students are taking part in several projects this month to learn about hunger issues and homelessness and ways they can help."
"All interested applicants that are 65 and older are asked to contact the service center in their area by telephone starting Nov. 3. No walk-ins. The program will start for the general public Dec. 1 if funding is available. The Low Income Energy Assistance Program will help pay the heating cost for gas, electricity, wood, oil, coal and kerosene. A one-t […]
"Hundreds of people lined up in Hoboken Wednesday morning, some having stayed overnight, for a chance to get low-income housing in the city and in Weehawken. City police estimated that roughly 800 to 1000 people were waiting outside the Hoboken Elks Club on Wednesday morning to apply for the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program, a rental assistance […]
"Lincoln Elementary and High School and Mindoro Elementary School each received a Wisconsin School of Recognition award – a Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction honor that recognizes schools with high poverty rates but exceed achievement benchmarks. Lincoln Elementary and High School each were named 'beating the odds' schools, which are […]
"As another Michigan winter approaches, the Department of Human Services is encouraging residents to weatherize their homes now to save on heating costs later. The average low-income family in Michigan saves $250 to $450 per year in heating, cooling and electric costs by weatherizing. The DHS offers a Weatherization Assistance Program to local community […]
"The clinic is open to the more than 40,000 low-income residents of Tuscaloosa County coping with civil legal challenges. The clinic lawyers are experienced in various areas of the law and will be available to answer questions about divorce, custody and visitation, landlord and tenant issues, wills and estates, debts, bankruptcy, foreclosure and domesti […]
"A Post-Dispatch analysis of enrollments on HealthCare.gov, the government’s online health insurance marketplace, shows where the campaign to expand coverage was successful, and where more work needs to be done when enrollment for 2015 begins on Nov. 15. The analysis, which looked at private plan enrollments by zip code in Missouri and Illinois, indicat […]