Marion County, FL Assistance Programs and Resources

Marion County Housing Assistance Programs

Our housing assistance programs include HUD, housing assistance, Section 8, subsidized housing programs in Marion County.

Family Endeavors Ocala Supportive Services for Veteran Families

1515 E. Silver Springs Boulevard, Suite 119-1
Ocala, FL - 34470
Works to prevent homelessness and stabilization of veterans & their families. Provides case management to help develop a housing stability plan, assistance to obtain benefits & referrals to community agencies. Also provides limited financial assistance based on need which may include rent, utilities, child care, auto repair, deposits, moving and storage costs, emergency supplies, bus fare, limited legal assistance, budget & housing counseling. Age groups: Varied. Hours: Varied. Fees: None. Requirements: Very low income Veteran families, Homeless or at risk of homelessness..

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Marion County Food Assistance Programs

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

Department of Children & Families

P.O. Box 1770
Ocala, FL - 34478
food stamps, medicaid, temporary financial assistance, developmental disabilites services..

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Annie W. Johnson Senior Services Center, Inc.

1991 W. Test Court
Dunnellon, FL - 34430
The Annie W. Johnson Senior Services Center, Inc. agency was started in 1976 by the late Annie Johnson. The current center, just south of the Withlacoochee River, was previously a Baptist Church built over a 100 years ago. The This-N-That Shop, on Rt. 41, started in 1986. The store accepts donations of clothing, toys, and kitchen appliances and sells same at very modest prices, with income going toward operational expenses for the Center and store. The Center has been a Citrus County Congregate Meal site since 1981, feeding local residents both able and shut-ins (Homebound Meals) five days per week. Local volunteers account for 99% of the necessary manpower. Part time staff of two, rounds out our team. Another service that we provide is financial assistance to the needy in both Citrus and Marion counties. Funding is received from United Way of Citrus and Marion counties, EFSP, FPC Neighborhood Fund, Seco’s Angel Fund, local organizations as well as private individuals...

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Marion County Rent and Bill Pay Assistance Programs

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

Emergency Youth Shelter

2310 NE 24th Street
Ocala, FL - 34470
24 hour emergency youth shelter for children ages 10-17 who are runaways, lockouts, homeless, truant or experiencing parent/child conflict...

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Marion County Government Assistance Programs

Our government assistance programs include TANF assistance information, welfare offices, SNAP offices in Marion County.

Marion County Various Assistance Programs

Below we list an array of other helpful resource programs we have found in Marion County.

Ocala Domestic Violence/ Sexual Assault Center

P.O. Box 2193
Ocala, FL - 34478
This center provides free information on domestic violence to the public and aids, comforts, and empowers victims of domestic violence and sexual assault...

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Marion Senior Services, Inc.

1101 SW 20 Court
Ocala, FL - 34471
Provides Emerge

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Arnette House Ocala Project Safe Place

2310 N.E. 24th Street
Ocala, FL - 34470
Runaways and kids in trouble can get help fast by entering any business or public building displaying the “Yellow and Black” Safe Place sign. Locations are public building, businesses, community and social services agencies. Age groups: Children and teens. Hours: 24/7. Fees: None. Requirements: Income verification upon admission. Screening Process..

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Cities In Marion County With Listings

Government and Private Assistance Programs

Housing Programs and Assistance

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

Food Programs

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.