Madison County, AL Assistance Programs and Resources

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Madison County Food Assistance Programs

See our list of food assistance programs. We list food pantries, soup kitchens, congregate meal programs in Madison County.

One Stop Shop (OSS)

Date Added/Updated: 2018-08-21

2201 Clinton Avenue
Huntsville, AL 35805
256-536-4368

Hours: Mon - Thurs 8:00–4:00; Fri 8:00-3:30. Low income individuals and families often cannot afford the cost of energy to heat their homes during the winter or cool their homes in the summer. CAPHMLC administers the LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program) which assists eligible households with utility deposits and/or utility payments. Funds are paid directly to utility companies and vendors. Assistance may be received up to four times per year based on eligibility requirements. (light bill assistance). CAPHMLC also provides emergency assistance on a case by case basis, depending on funding and eligibility. Assistance may consist of food vouchers, utilities, rent, mortgage assistance, medical care, dental care, prescription medicine, bus tickets or fuels.

Madison Center

Date Added/Updated: 2018-08-21

103 Gin Oaks Court
Madison, AL 35758
256-772-6669

Located Inside - Inside Out Ministries. Hours: Mon - Thurs 8:00–4:00; Fri 8:00-3:30. Low income individuals and families often cannot afford the cost of energy to heat their homes during the winter or cool their homes in the summer. CAPHMLC administers the LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program) which assists eligible households with utility deposits and/or utility payments. Funds are paid directly to utility companies and vendors. Assistance may be received up to four times per year based on eligibility requirements. (light bill assistance). CAPHMLC also provides emergency assistance on a case by case basis, depending on funding and eligibility. Assistance may consist of food vouchers, utilities, rent, mortgage assistance, medical care, dental care, prescription medicine, bus tickets or fuels.

Community Action Agency New Market Senior Center

Date Added/Updated: 2018-08-21

3687 Winchester Road
New Market, AL 35761
256-704-1650

Hours: Wed. 8:30 – 3:30pm. Low income individuals and families often cannot afford the cost of energy to heat their homes during the winter or cool their homes in the summer. CAPHMLC administers the LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program) which assists eligible households with utility deposits and/or utility payments. Funds are paid directly to utility companies and vendors. Assistance may be received up to four times per year based on eligibility requirements. (light bill assistance). CAPHMLC also provides emergency assistance on a case by case basis, depending on funding and eligibility. Assistance may consist of food vouchers, utilities, rent, mortgage assistance, medical care, dental care, prescription medicine, bus tickets or fuels.

Community Action Agency New Hope

Date Added/Updated: 2018-08-21

5499 Main Drive
New Hope, AL 35760
256-723-2475

Hours: Mon 9:00-3:30. Low income individuals and families often cannot afford the cost of energy to heat their homes during the winter or cool their homes in the summer. CAPHMLC administers the LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program) which assists eligible households with utility deposits and/or utility payments. Funds are paid directly to utility companies and vendors. Assistance may be received up to four times per year based on eligibility requirements. (light bill assistance). CAPHMLC also provides emergency assistance on a case by case basis, depending on funding and eligibility. Assistance may consist of food vouchers, utilities, rent, mortgage assistance, medical care, dental care, prescription medicine, bus tickets or fuels.

Calvary Hill Friendship Center

Date Added/Updated: 2018-08-21

2900 Fairbanks Street
Huntsville, AL 35810
256-534-0863

Hours: Mon - Thurs 8:00–4:00; Fri 8:00-3:30pm. Low income individuals and families often cannot afford the cost of energy to heat their homes during the winter or cool their homes in the summer. CAPHMLC administers the LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program) which assists eligible households with utility deposits and/or utility payments. Funds are paid directly to utility companies and vendors. Assistance may be received up to four times per year based on eligibility requirements. (light bill assistance). CAPHMLC also provides emergency assistance on a case by case basis, depending on funding and eligibility. Assistance may consist of food vouchers, utilities, rent, mortgage assistance, medical care, dental care, prescription medicine, bus tickets or fuels.