Kingman, AZ Assistance Programs

Below we the Kingman assistance programs.

If you would like to see ALL of the assistance programs in Mohave County community resources, visit the link below: All Mohave County Assistance

Services Provided on this page:
> Food Assistance. ie. pantries, soup kitchens
> Numerous Helpful programs not listed above ie. bus tickets, free rides

Assistance Programs In Kingman, AZ

Kingman, AZ Food Assistance

Our list of food assistance programs includes: food pantries, soup kitchens, congregate meal programs in Mohave County.

Cornerstone Mission Kingman

3049 Sycamore
Kingman, AZ - 86409
(928) 757-5312
Resource center for homeless, non-profit, faith-based families dedicated to helping people regain hope. They provide shelter for homeless men at the Cornerstone Mission and homeless women and children at Diana's Faith House. Cornerstone Mission and Diana's Faith House are 90-day programs that provide shelter and case management to achieve the goal of self-sufficiency. They   also provide showers and food for the hungry. Their soup kitchen opens from 4 to 6, 365 days a year. Free meals and free showers. Mission: To provide emergency shelter, food, clothing, and most importantly, the basic necessities of life, including the light of Christ. Hours of Operation: Tuesday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Saturday,  9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. ..

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St. Vincent de Paul Society

218 E. Beale St.
Kingman, AZ - 86401
(928) 753-6449
The Emergency Utility Assistance Program runs smoothly being able to utilize the Federal Grant Program for a majority of those families seeking our assistance. It also provides basic services on the days they are open, which include providing food and clothing...

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Kingman, AZ Various Assistance Programs

Below we list the helpful resource programs we have found in Mohave County.

Kathryn Heidenreich Adult Center (Kingman Adult Center)

1776 Airway Avenue
Kingman, AZ - 86409
Kathryn Heidenreich Adult Center is a self-supporting non-profit organization. We rely on the generosity of our patronage with donations for daytime and evening events. Monetary gifts by individuals, companies or organizations are always appreciated. We receive no direct state or federal funding. Recreation, resource, and referral services are open to those 21 years of age or older, with an emphasis on aging issues and advocacy. The center is governed by a Board of Directors who make decisions concerning policies and procedures at the center...

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Government and Local Assistance Programs

Housing Assistance

There are many non-profit and government based organizations dedicated to providing low income housing and support. We find them for you.

Food Pantry Assistance

Food pantries, soup kitchens, food baskets. We find these local resources and list them.

Free clothing assistance

Thousands of churches and religious organizations offer low-cost or free drug and alcohol treatment as part of their missions.

Financial Assistance

There are many financial assistance programs such as TANF Cash Assistance and other bill pay resources. We help uncover those for you.