Emergency Assistance is provided through the Prevention, Retention, and Contingency Plan (PRC), community resources, and the Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP). Primary services include car repair, housing/shelter, utility assistance and, employment related needs.
Varies by program: There must be written notification of intent to disconnect from the utility company for utility assistance; Must be employed or in Job Find Program for car repair and gas card services.
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First United Methodist Church
1526 E Wooster St Bowling Green, OH 43402 (419) 353-0682
Wood County Area Ministries is a collaborative project among Bowling Green are churches that seeks to meet the basic needs of the people in our community by empowering them to live self-sufficient and spiritually-fulfilled lives.
Applications available Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Callers in need of service who have used all other government and local resources, but still need assistance.
Provide utility (gas/propane, electric), prescription, and gas card assistance to eligible individuals/families living in the Eastwood School District. MUST HAVE A SHUT OFF NOTICE. The maximum assistance available is $200 every 6 months. One time rent assistance of $100 may be available, but consumer should call the Salvation Army in Bowling Green to be screened for assistance (419-352-5918).
Shut off utility notice and it must be verified. Reside in the Eastwood School District. Eligible every 6 months, up to $200. Assistance depends on fund availability.
Picture ID, proof of residence in Eastwood School District, shut off notice for utilities