These organizations can provide access to medical supplies and assistive technology for people with disabilities, sometimes at subsidized costs.
These agencies can help you with clothing, winter coats, work clothes, and supplies for school children.
These organizations provide community mental health services.
These organizations can provide you and your family with free or low cost dental services if you are income eligible.
DHHS is the first stop for financial resources, food assistance, and home help. Agencies often want to see proof of applying or a denial from DHHS before providing financial assistance.
These support groups and advocacy agencies provide support to those with disabilities.
These organizations will provide help if you or someone you know are suffering from domestic violence.
The organizations listed in the linked document provide resources to help with basic needs such as shelter, food and clothing.
Get help applying for, getting, and keeping the job you want.
These programs can provide financial assistance for preventing evictions, assisting an individual or family in securing new housing, or helping with utility shut offs or re-connections.
These organizations can provide financial assistance or other resources for you or a loved one with a serious illness.
If you need food assistance, these organizations help you find local food pantries, meal sites, and help enrolling in government funded food programs.