-Available Monday, Wednesday and Friday | 9:30am - 11:00am
-Supplemental food provided on a twice a month basis for those that meet USDA income guidelines.
-Emergency food assistance is granted on an as-needed basis.
-Tuesday, Thursday and Friday | 12:00pm to 1:00pm
-A healthy nutritional meal is provided three times a week for both breakfast and lunch.
-There are no income guidelines for this program.
-During the winter months from December to April assistance can be provided in the amount of $275 one time a year.
-Available to those who meet income guidelines for the Good Neighbor Energy Fund.
Rent and Other Financial Assistance:
-When the funds are available, one time assistance can be provided for rent or mortgage assistance.
-Other financial matters can be assisted as the financial resources are available.
-A referral to The Salvation Army Thrift Store or to Ruth's House to help with clothing matters.
-Upon completion of the Job Readiness Program participants will be provided with the means to obtain an outfit to assist in interviewing.
-A one time referral can be given to those participants who pass a home inspection without bed bugs from Mission of Deeds.
-Participants can receive any and all furniture needs as long as material exists.
-The participant is responsible for transportation of material.
-Participants can receive notary services free of charge.
-Spots are available to send 50 kids from the community to camp.
-The cost for the week of camp is $300 with financial assistance available on a case by case basis.
-The camp is open to both boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 17.
-The weeks are theme and age based so the particular week open is dependent on these issues.
-Counseling is available to any number of issues with referrals avilable for those needing a more in depth counseling experience.
For more information on these services, please contact the Haverhill Corps at 978-420-4192 or visit them at 395 Main Street, Haverhill, MA 01830.