People’s Information Guide

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The People’s Information Guide is a comprehensive listing of hundreds of free and low-cost services and programs for low-income families and individuals struggling in today’s economy to prevent a crisis and move toward self-sufficiency or return to financial stability. Eligibility requirements may apply.

Information is arranged by category in both English and Spanish and includes:

  • Program description
  • Eligibility requirements that may apply
  • Instructions about how to apply
  • Documents you need to bring with you
  • Information about where you can apply for assistance

You can find the most-recent edition of the People’s Information Guide by clicking here. (You must have Acrobat Reader to view the People’s Information Guide. For your free Acrobat Reader, click here.)

Or, you can scan the list of categories below and select the one that applies to you.

 

People’s Information Guide 2010: Seventh Edition

Complete 2010 Edition

 

2010 People’s Information Guide Sections:

Introduction, Table of Contents, Community Action Programs (1 – 5)

Aging Services (6 – 12)

Children’s Services (13 – 20)

Disability Services (21 – 24)

Domestic Violence Services (25 – 28)

Employment, Training & Education (29 – 35)

Financial Benefits (36 – 41)

Food & Nutrition (42 – 52)

Health Care (53 – 67)

Homeless Shelters & Services (68 – 72)

Housing, Home Repair & Home Weatherization (73 – 80)

Transportation Services (81 – 83)

Utility and Short Term Crisis Assistance (84 – 93)

Additional Resources, Membership, and Sponsors (94 – 106)

 

La Guía de la Información de Gente (2007 – 2009)

Complete 2007 – 2009 Edition(Próximamente: 2010)

Introduccion (1)

Como usar esta guía (2-3)

Programs de acción comunitaria (CAPs) (4-5)

Servicios para personas de la tercera edad (6-12)

Servicios Para Ninos(13-20)

Servicios Para Personas Incapacitadas (21-24)

Violencia Domestica (25-28)

Empleo, Capacitacion y Educacion (29-35)

Beneficios Economicos (36-41)

Alimentos y Nutricion (42-49)

Atencion Medica (50-64)

Servicios y auberques para personas sin hogar (65-69)

Rehabilitacion, reparaciones, aclimation del hogar (70-76)

Servicios de Transporte (77-79)

Asistencia con los Servicios Publicos y de Emergencia (80-88)

Recursos (88-96)

Final del libro (97-103)