Vero Beach, FL Assistance Programs

Below we the Vero Beach assistance programs.

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

Services Provided on this page:
> Food Assistance. ie. pantries, soup kitchens
> Help Paying Bills ie. rent assistance ..


Assistance Programs In Vero Beach, FL

Vero Beach, FL Food Assistance

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

UP Indian River North

2746 US Highway 1
Vero Beach, FL - 32960
(772)564-9365
Orlando, food bank, discounted groceries, for low income families, small enrollment fee. Hours: Monday - Saturday: 9:00am - 6:00pm...

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Coalition for the Homeless of Indian River County, Inc.

2686 US Hwy. 1
Vero Beach, FL - 32960
(561)567-5537
The Coalition for the Homeless of Indian River County offers information and referrals to other human-service providers, as well as food, clothing, laundry, showers, and other needs as appropriate and able. The Coalition also provides emergency shelter 6:30 p.m. - 6:30 a.m., 7 days a week as space allows...

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UP Indian River South

1050 Old Dixie Highway SW
Vero Beach, FL - 32962
(772)564-9365
Services: Orlando, food bank, discount grocery store, for low-income families, low registration fees. Hours of Operation: Monday - Saturday : 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. ..

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Vero Beach, FL Rent and Bill Pay Assistance

Our financial assistance programs include rent assistance, bill pay services, prescription assistance programs, utility assistance, mortgage assistance programs in Indian River County.

Senior Resource Association, Inc.

694 14th Street
Vero Beach, FL - 32960
(772)223-7838
This office provides Emergency Home Energy Assistance for the Elderly Program (EHEAP), assists low-income households, with at least one person age 60 and older, when the households are experiencing a home energy emergency. A home energy emergency may result from a delinquent utility bill, lack of fuel or wood, or the receipt of a shut off notice. Payments are for home heating or cooling and other emergency energy-related costs during the heating (October-March) and cooling (April-September) seasons.Eligible households may be provided one benefit per season, up to $600 per season. Program beneficiaries may receive vouchers to purchase blankets, portable heaters, and fans. The program can also help pay for repairs to existing heating or cooling equipment or for re-connection fees. Eligibility: Documented heating or cooling emergency, at least one individual age 60 or older in the home, and a gross household annual income equal to or less than 150 percent of the federal poverty guidelines...

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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.