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 the English and Spanish* editions 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

People’s Information Guide 2010: Seventh Edition

You can download the most recent complete People’s Information Guide (English).

Complete 2010 Edition
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* The 2010 Spanish edition is available in hard copy. Call 602-604-0640 x100 for information or to request a copy. 

You can also scan the list of categories below and select the one that applies to you.

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)