BOWLING TOWNSHIP provides financial assistance to qualifying persons residing in the township General assistance is available to those who qualify, emergency assistance is available one time only, and FEMA funds may also be available.
TOWNSHIP OF MOLINE provides general assistance to qualified individuals (cannot be receiving assistance from other government agencies, i.e., Public Assistance) Financial assistance includes: rent, utility, medical expense/prescription, emergency dental program, food, etc Emergency food and shelter funds may be available to prevent homelessness They also offer youth and senior activity programs, as well as a Community Work Program to qualified individuals Winter clothing such as coats, boots, gloves, scarves, and sweaters are given away at no cost to low-income persons during the winter months Donations of these items are always welcome.
UTILITY ASSISTANCE is designed to help eligible low-income households pay for their winter energy services and is available from September 1 through May 31 or until funding is depleted, whichever comes first.
Community Benefits is a community board that raises funds through grants to help Kendall County residents with temporary financial assistance for security deposits, rent, mortgages, utilities, and prescription drug bills They partner exclusively with Kendall County Health Department (KCHD), providing assistance to clients at the Kendall County Health Department office Contact KCHD to apply for assistance at the number below.
Contact Kendall County Health Department 8:00 am-4:30 pm Monday-Friday
Individuals must be residents of Kendall County. Income guidelines apply.
Residents receive assistance through Kendall County Health Department. Call for information.
Dundee Township provides General Assistance for eligible residents, is responsible for maintaining township road district highways, bridges, and assessing all property within the township including the unincorporated areas Limited emergency financial assistance for rent or utilities for residents facing a utility turning off or eviction may be available to eligible township residents once every 18 months The Township also provides the registration and scheduling for the Ride In Kane transportation program for senior and disabled residents. **The Township operates and maintains two cemeteries and an 860 acre open space program The township includes West and East Dundee, Carpentersville, Sleepy Hollow, West Dundee, Gilberts and portions of Elgin, Barrington Hills, Hoffman Estates, and Algonquin.
Office: 9:00 am-4:00 pm Monday-Friday
Dundee Township Residents only. Emergency funds for utility disconnections require a 5-day cut off notice; Emergency assistance for rent requires an eviction notice.
Call for an appointment. Documentation required for any financial assistance.
DuPage Social Service Association (DSSA) is a not-for-profit affiliated with DuPage County's Human Services Division The mission is to serve residents who are low income, senior citizens, persons with disabilities, and those temporarily in need of financial assistance All funds go to direct assistance, and can help pay for a prescription, medical equipment, lab fees/medical bills, housing assistance and utility bills Clients receiving DSSA funds are those who often fall through the cracks in qualifying for other services and programs The funds also help expedite assistance to those in emergency situations Assistance in Spanish and American Sign Language (ASL).
8:00 am-4:30 pm Monday - Friday
Open to residents of DuPage County who qualify for assistance. Call for more information.
Elgin Township provides General Assistance for those who are ineligible for any other state or federal funding program Eligibility is based on financial need and township residency. They also provide Emergency Assistance for rent to prevent eviction and disconnection of utilities. They provide life sustaining prescriptions such as for diabetes, blood pressure, and heart medications (no assistance for pain or psychotropic prescriptions). They refer for social assistance and provide Voter registration and early voting for Kane County residents Household battery recycling is available as are Notary Public services They also are a member of TRIAD, a community partnership to enhance safety and services to seniors.
8:00 am-4:00 pm Monday-Friday
Must be an Elgin Township resident. Emergency Assistance: A person must demonstrate the ability to pay their next month's rent when seeking rent assistance. A disconnect status must exist to receive utility assistance (gas, electric, water). Income guidelines apply. General Assistance: Must be a single adult with little or no income.
Must pick up application and be scheduled for an interview at the office.