About Mid-Cumberland Community Action Agency Wilson County
Last-Modified: 2021-07-14 10:08:07
The Emergency program is funded through the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG).
The Emergency Program is designed to provide assistance to a household facing a crisis situation due to an unexpected occurrence that has negatively impacted the household’s financial stability.
Examples of such occurrences could be, but not limited to, reduction in household income, loss of employment, or an unexpected essential household expense.
MCCAA provides assistance through a one- time payment of a past due essential utility bill or rent/ mortgage.
In addition to providing the household with the monetary services, MCCAA also provides a Financial Education component with the Emergency program.
What documents are required to apply for cash payment help?
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Different programs require specific documentation, but the general documents needed for all programs include: household member info on application for all people in the household, social security cards for all household members, photo ID for head of household, income for all household members for the last 4 weeks, utility bill printout from company showing billed amount for the last 12 month (called a 12 month printout), & for rental assistance you will need documentation showing your lease, balance owed, and your reason for needing the help (reduction of income, hardship, etc.) Added Tuesday, August 18, 2020