Closets & Cupboards
Free store providing clothing and kitchen items to those in need. The store also has a Career Closet that provides one interview outfit and 3 to 4 days of either casual or office attire. New 2 U Formals has that prom dress that you are looking for but can not afford. Dresses are in a variety of sizes and available free of charge. Open during office hours or through appointment. Donations must be cleared through RSVP before being drop off.
Assists in providing and processing applications for free legal services. Applications are available at all office locations.
Utilize your experience by volunteering to strengthen our communities at various non-profits or health care facilities to help improve lives through working towards critical community needs..
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program is a free, IRS-sponsored program to help low and middle income individuals who make less than $60,000 to file their federal and state taxes. Program runs year around.
Provides assistance with utility disconnects and rent or mortgage assistance.
Assists families and single individuals who are homeless in becoming self sufficient through finding suitable employment and a permanent residence. Facilities in Superior and Ashland.
Provides affordable non-subsidized rental units at a “capped rent” lower than the fair market rent. Tenants must meet income guidelines.
Provides financial assistance to either prevent or to help those who are experiencing homelessness. Those who qualify for the rental assistance must be either homeless or facing eviction. Those who qualify for the utility assistance must be responsible for the utilities in their lease agreement and facing eviction, or unable to get housing due to an outstanding balance.
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