Financial Resources

Financial Resources – Expense, Income & Employment Assistance

Whether employed, unemployed, or on disability, many in our community have difficulty making ends meet. Fortunately, there are many local free and low-cost local programs available to help you have a stable financial future. 

Call 2-1-1 for immediate assistance or click on the financial resources below to find employment programs, credit counseling, public benefits, and aid for a variety of living expenses. All of the information provided is confidential, free of charge, and available 24/7 in multiple languages. 

Employment Assistance

The following resources provide access to training programs, skill development, employment preparation, job placement, and more:

Money Management 

These organizations offer credit education, financial management resources, and collaboration with creditors to reduce interest rates, late fees, and back interest:

Public Assistance & Benefits

From general financial aid to healthcare and food benefits, the following programs offer financial relief for unemployed, disabled, and low-income individuals and families. 

Utility Assistance

These programs make utility costs more affordable and help prevent and restore the loss of overdue utilities:


Find assistance for paying your rent, utility bills, home weatherization, energy-saving improvements, maintenance, and repairs:

Child Support

The following resources provide information on child support services and enforcement for custodial and noncustodial parents:

Personal/Household Items & Other Expenses

Get resources for free clothing for children and adults, maternity wear, newborn essentials, portable cribs, and essential household appliances:

Dial 2-1-1 or text your zip code to 898-211 for more help.