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Stokes County Dss Danbury

Website: http://www.ncdhhs.gov/dss/

Danbury, NC - 27016

Financial Help Provided: DSS Financial Assistance, Work First Cash Assistance

Full Description: The NC Division of Social Services is responsible for various programs and services. The main services we are interested in providing to you is the Work First Cash Assistance Program:
Emergency Financial Assistance
Families who are experiencing a financial emergency may be eligible for financial help to pay for housing and utilities.
Families that meet the following criteria may be eligible for Emergency Assistance:
The family must have a child who lives with a relative as defined for Work First Family Assistance and who meets the age limit for Work First cash assistance.
Total income must be at or below 200% of poverty level.
Family's statement is acceptable for citizenship and identity unless it is questionable. If in doubt, request appropriate verification.
Counties may set requirements that are more restrictive than these, but not requirements that are more lenient.
Below we have listed many of the programs offered by local Department of Social Services (DSS) Offices:
Adoption Services
Child Placement Services for Children
Child Protective Services
Child Support Enforcement
Community Based Programs
Crisis Intervention
Emergency Assistance
Energy Assistance
Food and Nutrition Services
Foster Care
Independent Living Program for Foster Children (NC LINKS)
Interstate Compacts
Interpreting Services
Child Placing Agency
Family Foster Homes
Maternity Homes
Residential Child Care Homes
Problem Pregnancy Services
Refugee Assistance
System of Care
Work First Family Assistance

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