Thursday May 23, 2013
Emergency Aid Network:
Hours: 2:00pm to 4:00pm Tuesdays and Thursdays
Checks are generally available within 30 minutes, to meet the need for emergency assistance.
You do not require an appointment. All are welcome by walk-in or referral.
325 Main Street, Danbury, CT 203-792-9450
The Emergency Aid Network
The program was developed to help people in need and to help congregations and other agencies avoid duplicate efforts by central- izing services at ARC, which include:
The Emergency Aid Network provides an emergency grant to individuals or families in the greater Danbury area experiencing an emergency ~ perhaps a paycheck had to go to medical bills, or there was loss of bread- winner, or employment was interrupted.
Grants are for utility assistance, fresh food, clothing and transportation for work, or emergency shelter. Each family or house- hold may receive one grant per twelve month period.
All applicants meet confidentially
with Barbara Bowers
203-792-9450 ext. 105
What to Bring
Utilities: Bring your ID and a copy of your bill. Please contact your local Operation Fuel or energy assistance programs prior to contacting ARC.
Fresh food: Available to supple- ment food stamps and pantries. Food grants are for C-Town Grocery, located at 45 North Street, Danbury, CT. Food pantries should be utilized prior to accessing emergency aid. We will gladly provide a listing of local food pantries and feeding programs.
Employment Expenses: to assist with purchasing uniforms for work or transportation to work. Please bring a cost quote for the clothing or car repair.
Emergency Shelter: ARC will help provide a night at a hotel for a person or family who must leave their dwelling, due to an emergency such as fire or domestic violence.
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