The Emergency Food and Shelter Homeless Prevention program provides low-income clients with rent and security deposit assistance to help a household maintain housing.
To qualify for this program the client needs to be behind on their rent and the landlord has to have served them a written eviction notice. The client will also be required to have some type of income (employment, social security, TANF, unemployment, etc.) to qualify for assistance.
Babysitting (or some other type of working) for cash will NOT be accepted as income.
A client can only be assisted every two years through this program.
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Jacksonville, IL - 62650