This class helps put together a personalize budget to be able to live with ones means. This class is offered four times a year and is a six weeks class. Please call for more information.
Funded through community donations, the Food Bank is open from-
10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M,
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
Call 928-453-5800 Ext 221, Linda Scoggins, Food Bank Director,
for more information
Chin Up collects manufacturers coupons, stamps them with Chin Up logo, and attaches them to store products at Smiths
grocery store. The grocer donates monies from these coupons to assist the needy who are unable to derive help from existing funding sources.
Community Legal Services provides attorneys for free legal assistance in civil matters to income qualified applicants. Interagency has a legal advocate available for income and program qualified clients.
This provides a safe environment for single parents and their children who are homeless. Residents are permitted to stay until they are ready for independent living. While housed, the resident must be employed and/or attend school and must take part in the free counseling services of the Interagency.
Adopt a Family is a seasonal volunteer campaign to help families and elders in need to have a better Christmas. Under the program a family lists a description of the family members and their needs.
All persons assisted in the program remain anonymous. Interagency verifies all assistance and matches adoptees to adopters.