Access free food, financial help for rent and other bills
The Autauga Interfaith Care Center is a local church/religious facility that provides qualified individuals with a large number of assistance programs and resources, including free food, gently used or new clothing, and from time to time they may even have limited financial assistance and/or cash grants for bills and expenses. They can provide a limited amount of financial aid to people and families who are in need due to situations such as a major health care issue, unexpected unemployment, serious injury or illness, and fire. The money could be used to help pay for things like utility bills and air conditioning, as well as other necessary expenses. The Prattville location can be reached at (334) 365-4080.
The Elmore-Autauga Community Action Committee is the local community action agency. The program focuses on helping low-income individuals and families to get out of poverty. Aid is available for those who are working but still cannot make enough to meet their basic needs. The low income and elderly of Autauga and Elmore counties can get help with energy bills, food, housing, and other needs. Please contact the agency at (334) 567-4361.
We do this by providing access to affordable housing, education and job opportunities, and other resources that help them improve their lives. There are many programs and resources available to help people in need. They provide small amounts of money to help pay bills, rent, and for other emergencies. Other resources that are available to help with child development include Head Start. This can also provide children from low income families with meals, basic health care, and more. Parents may register for social services, such as job counseling, for their children. The non-profit agency can also provide referrals to government programs that can help with food or energy bills. The goal is to help families become independent and self-reliant. This is a phone number.