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Housing Assistance In grinnell, IA

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1 Housing Assistance listing found in grinnell, IA. Including 3 more within 30 miles.

Mid-Iowa Community Action



Contact
611 4th Ave
Grinnell, IA 50112
(641) 236-3923


Description
CHILD HEALTH : Provides well child physical, developmental screening, vision and hearing screening, community referrals, nutrition education, and social assessments.

ENERGY ASSISTANCE: Assists low income home owners and renters pay for a portion of their primary heating costs for the winter heating season Assistance is based on household income, size, type of fuel and type or housing The application period is from November 1 through April 15th: must meet 150% of poverty level

FADSS: FADSS is an in home family development program for FIP recipients and their families which utilizes a strength based approach to improve family function and move families toward self sufficiency: must be a current FIP recipient, referred by DHS, Promise Jobs or self referral

Head Start: Provides comprehensive child development experience to children ages three to five Comprehensive social services, health, education, nutrition, and parent involvement components are also provided Volunteer role model/mentors are needed at breakfast and lunch times: must meet income guidelines and bring a birth certificate, immunization records, income statements and Social Security card/number

MENTAL HEALTH: Prenatal education services: must be at or below185% poverty level

WEATHERIZATION: Provides major energy efficiency services without cost to homeowners/renters who meet guidelines Work includes sealing air filtration leaks, high-density insulation, health and safety check, heating system repair or replacement, refrigerator diagnostic and replacement along with utility measures such as aerators, low flow showerheads, pipe wrap, waterbed blankets, carbon monoxide detectors, and compact florescent light bulbs Some minor repair is allowable for health and safety reason: must be at or below the 150% poverty level.

WIC: Provides a health screening, nutrition education, breast feeding promotion/support along with a supplemental food package for pregnant, postpartum and breast feeding women, infants and children birth to 5 years old Provides immunizations, lead screenings and care coordination for medical and dental services in are for children birth to 21 years old: must be below 185% poverty level.

Hours
Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm

Area Served
Poweshiek County

Filed Under
Volunteer Opportunities, Electric Payment Assistance

Validated
2019-11-19

SID
3549

User Rating
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IMPACT Community Action Partnership



Contact
115 N 2nd E Ave
Newton, IA 50208
(641) 792-3008


Description
RED ROCK AREA COMMUNITY ACTION OF JASPER COUNTY provides Garden seeds, Food Pantry Voucher in Crisis, Information and Referral, Energy program, and Commodity Program receives federal funds from FEMA to help with utilities and family development. Propane assistance also available November through April Provides crisis, homeless prevention, Liheap, low cost weatherization, lifeline phone assistance, assists with food stamps, Iowa Care Application, Senior Living Program, Embrace Iowa Program.

Hours
Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm, Closed on Holidays

Area Served
Jasper County

Filed Under
Volunteer Opportunities, Electric Payment Assistance

Validated
2019-11-24

SID
3554

User Rating
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Mid-Iowa Community Action



Contact
105 S State St
Tama, IA 52339
(641) 484-4713


Description
CHILD HEALTH : Provides well child physical, developmental screening, vision and hearing screening, community referrals, nutrition education, and social assessments.

ENERGY ASSISTANCE: Assists low income home owners and renters pay for a portion of their primary heating costs for the winter heating season Assistance is based on household income, size, type of fuel and type or housing The application period is from November 1 through April 15th: must meet 150% of poverty level

FADSS: FADSS is an in home family development program for FIP recipients and their families which utilizes a strength based approach to improve family function and move families toward self sufficiency: must be a current FIP recipient, referred by DHS, Promise Jobs or self referral

Head Start: Provides comprehensive child development experience to children ages three to five Comprehensive social services, health, education, nutrition, and parent involvement components are also provided Volunteer role model/mentors are needed at breakfast and lunch times: must meet income guidelines and bring a birth certificate, immunization records, income statements and Social Security card/number

Maternal Health: Prenatal education services: must be at or below185% poverty level

WEATHERIZATION: Provides major energy efficiency services without cost to homeowners/renters who meet guidelines Work includes sealing air filtration leaks, high-density insulation, health and safety check, heating system repair or replacement, refrigerator diagnostic and replacement along with utility measures such as aerators, low flow showerheads, pipe wrap, waterbed blankets, carbon monoxide detectors, and compact florescent light bulbs Some minor repair is allowable for health and safety reason: must be at or below the 150% poverty level.

WIC: Provides a health screening, nutrition education, breast feeding promotion/support along with a supplemental food package for pregnant, postpartum and breast feeding women, infants and children birth to 5 years old Provides immunizations, lead screenings and care coordination for medical and dental services in are for children birth to 21 years old: must be below 185% poverty level.

Hours
Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm

Area Served
Tama County

Filed Under
Volunteer Opportunities, Electric Payment Assistance

Validated
2019-11-19

SID
3636

User Rating
0 0

Mid-Iowa Community Action



Contact
6 S 2nd St
Marshalltown, IA 50158
(641) 753-5523


Description
Mid-Iowa Community Action serves low-income children and families through a variety of programs, including: Head Start preschool, Early Head Start child care, LIHEAP energy assistance, WIC nutrition, and family development programs, Project Home Mission

*MICA's Homelessness Prevention program provides families who are homeless or in imminent danger of becoming homeless, assistance with housing costs such as rent, deposit, moving fees and utility hook up.

*MICA's rent reimbursement claims program reimburses eligible elderly and disabled renter households a portion of their past rent payments.
*MICA's Living With HIV program helps individuals with HIV in Boone, Franklin, Greene, Hardin, Hamilton, Marshall, and Story counties coordinate essential health services. Services include referrals to infectious disease specialists, locating medical and prescription coverage, and referrals to substance abuse and mental health programs. The Living With HIV program is based in Mid-Iowa Community Action's Story County office in the lower level of the Story County Human Services Building, 126. S. Kellogg, Ames. For more information, call (515) 956-3312.

Hours
Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm

Area Served
Marshall County

Filed Under
Volunteer Opportunities, Electric Payment Assistance

Validated
2019-11-19

SID
3396

User Rating
0 0

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