People in the Upper Cumberland area of northern Tennessee can get help with rent, mortgage, and utility bills. The Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency provides emergency funding for qualified individuals in the local community.
There is emergency financial funding available to individuals and families in Overton, Jackson, and Pickett Counties if they meet certain guidelines and criteria. Get help with paying your monthly mortgage, rent, or utility bills.
Low income residents in Fentress County can get help with their finances from the community action agency. They can receive help with paying their rent or mortgage. The Emergency Crisis LIHEAP funds can help residents with utility bills that are overdue. To qualify for aid, residents must meet certain criteria.
Macon County residents can apply for Emergency Crisis LIHEAP funds. This money will help them pay for their utilities that they have already used, and avoid having their utilities turned off.
If you live in Van Buren County, you may be eligible for emergency funding to help with expenses if you meet the guidelines. If you’re struggling to pay your rent, mortgage, or utilities, there are assistance programs that can help.