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Low Income Assistance Links:

RECEIVE HELP FOR FOOD, BILLS, CLOTHING ETC.: http://modestneeds.org/
YOUR LOCAL SALVATION ARMY: http://www.salvationarmy.org
Alliance Foundation: The Alliance Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide relief for children and their families affected by disasters in the United States. http://www.alliance-consulting.com/foundation/

American Public Human Services Association Internet site that list social service agencies by state http://www.aphsa.org/links/statecontacts.asp

Feeding Children Better: Do you find yourself having to choose between rent and food? Not eligible for food stamps? This site lists food banks throughout the USA if you click on the "get help" button. http://www.feedingchildrenbetter.org

Food Assistance Links: There is at least one listing for each state and the site will be updated regularly.  http://www.geocities.com/queenesperfect

Giving @ Home: A giving board website with links by category.  http://www.givingboard.com/

Giving Board: Whether you are in need yourself or wanting to help others, this is the place to be! Giving isn't limited to monetary help. Words of encouragement, prayers and the ability to give others hope are equally important. We invite you to become part of our "family", whether it is as a lurker or by chatting and letting us get to know you better.  https://www.angelfire.com/pro/givingboardangels/GB_Request_Lists_Home.html

Government Assistance For Low Income Individuals And Families. Many links by State.  http://www.geocities.com/spetite_oh/assistance.html

Guidestar: List of organizations by state that provide supplies and clothing for children.  http://www.guidestar.org/news/features/table_school.stm

Guidestar: List of organizations by state that provide help with utilities.  http://www.guidestar.org/news/featur...utilities.html

Heartland Share--This is a program in several states which allows people to buy $25-30 worth of groceries for a small fee plus community service hours.  http://www.heartlandshare.com

Information and Referral Resource Network: Provides directory information and links to sites on the Internet for Human Services and associated information and referral, Health and Medical Services, Disease Centers and Reports, Prescription Drug  Products and Reference material, Community Health and Outreach programs and published information on these subjects.  http://www.ir-net.com/

Listing of local food banks: This website will give a listing of food banks in your state. It is very helpful, even if your income is too high for federal food help the local food banks will help.  http://SecondHarvest.org

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program: LIHEAP is a Federally-funded program that helps low-income households  with their home energy bills. LIHEAP can help you stay warm in the winter and cool in the summer.  http://www.acf.dhhs.gov/programs/liheap/

Newborns in Need Inc.: Help with baby clothes and other items.  http://www.newbornsinneed.org/

Salvation Army: They offer utility bill assistance, emergency food pantry/vouchers, emergency financial assistance, general health screening and assessment, mdical referrals and access to medical treatment. http://www.usc.salvationarmy.org

Special Needs Phone Book & Crisis Guide: Extensive list of resources for all kinds of needs, some with links, but all with contact information. Listed alphabetically by category. Select Moody's Directory in the Consumer Resources column.  http://www.efmoody.com

Telephone bill assistance info., Provides helpful information for US citizens about applying for grants for lowering your phone bill. Must be low income.  http://lifelinesupport.org

U.S. Department of Energy Utility Assistance: This federal program assists with utility payments for persons that have income up to 150% of the federal poverty guidlines.(currently 11,540.00 for a one person household). In most states you can qualify for assistance 2 times a year.  http://www.eren.doe.gov/

Women Children Family Service Charities of America: Phone: 1-800-626-6481 WCFS is a coalition comprised of many of America's finest charitable organizations dedicated to meeting the needs of women, children, and families in America and around the world. Our members provide real solutions to real problems, and act as a force for change with law and policy makers.  http://www.womenandchildren.org