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Financial assistance programs in Arkansas.

Find how to get financial help as well as free items in all cities and counties in Arkansas listed below, including Little Rock and Fort Smith among others. Get financial assistance for rental payments or housing. Or locate help for paying utilities, free health care or dental cleanings, or free food. There are also job training programs in AR. Also find government assistance including grant money, free stuff and other financial aid.

ARKids First
This is a healthcare program for families with children as well as single parents. There is medical or dental care as well as low cost or free insurance. The state of AR government insurance program is a combination of CHIP as well as Medicaid. Insurance is for families whose income is too high to be on government Medicaid but have no health insurance for their children. Phone Human Services at 1-888-474-8275 or 501-682-8292. Or find other health care or medical bill help.

SNAP as well as Emergency Food Assistance Program
The government SNAP food stamps program as well as Emergency Food Assistance Program will help low-income families, the disabled and working poor. It will make surplus food and groceries available. This assistance, including the SNAP EBT card, is intended to supplement other resources and is not intended to serve as a household's sole or main food source.

The Arkansas Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP is intended to be a partial form of assistance to prevent hunger. Call (501) 371-1400 or (501) 682-1001

Government Cash Assistance in Arkansas and Social Services
Several government and public aid programs are available. Financial help and resources are prioritized for low income families, senior citizens, and the disabled across the state. Learn more about Arkansas public assistance.

Transitional Employment Assistance (TEA) and WorkPays
This program assists financially struggling Arkansas families with children under the age of 18. It is cash assistance and government benefits. TANF - TEA will help them  become more independent and responsible for the support of their families. It will provide grants, job training, funds to help with bills and offers assistance with finding employment, including work from home jobs. For details, dial 501-682-2121 or 1-800-482-8988.

 

 

 

Foreclosure Prevention and Mortgage Assistance
Find a listing of non profit, HUD approved agencies to call for foreclosure help in Arkansas. The federal government has certified numerous non-profits in the state of HUD housing agencies. Read more on free foreclosure help in Arkansas.

Non-Profit Debt Reduction and Credit Services
Several national and local agencies operate in Arkansas. They offer consumers a number of free credit and debt assistance programs. The non-profits also provide homeowners help on their home loans. Find Arkansas free credit counseling.

Free Legal Aid in Arkansas from Non-Profits
A few different firms can help state residents deal with civil legal matters. For example, get free legal aid and support for housing, family issues, debt and foreclosure filings, as well as other issues. More on free legal aid from Lawyers in Arkansas.

Free Government Child Care Subsidies
The Department of Human Services runs a program for low income parents that are working or in school. Federal and state of Arkansas funds can help pay for a portion of your day and child care expenses. Additional details on Arkansas free child care assistance.

Arkansas Community Clinics and Medical Centers
People of all income levels can turn to community clinics for free or low cost, high quality medical care. Get help with items such as prescriptions, medication, check ups, and more. The clinics, including for dental cleanings, are for lower income, medically uninsured Arkansas residents who can’t pay medical bills. The products and services provided in the program are all often donated or volunteered by Arkansas dentists, doctors, cooperating hospitals, pharmacies, and home health agencies. Click here Arkansas free community clinics.

Another option for those who need help are free dental clinics in Arkansas. Cleanings, exams, tooth extractions and other services are for adults or children. Get more information on services and programs offered from free dental clinics in Arkansas.

Residents that do not have insurance can turn to government sponsored and non-profit programs. Several resources are available for low income, uninsured families. Health screenings, medications, check ups, and other basic medical care is offered. Learn more on uninsured Arkansas health insurance.

 

 

 

 

Disability Benefits
Arkansas, working with the federal government and non-profits, provides several resources for disabled residents. Government assistance is available for paying bills such as utilities, food, equipment, rent, medical care, and job training. Or individuals can also get help in applying for SSD or other disability benefits. Learn more on disability help in Arkansas.

Help for Evictions and Homeless Programs
Families that need help with paying a security deposit or grants to pay rent to stop an eviction have resources available to them. Federal funds from ESG or Housing and Urban Development as well as mediation can help tenants facing an eviction in Arkansas. Click more information Arkansas eviction prevention.

Short-term Housing Programs
Some of the options include transitional homes and apartments or emergency shelters. Families in Arkansas that have been evicted or currently homeless individuals can turn to non-profits that offer these housing resources. Continue reading Arkansas transitional housing assistance.

Emergency Financial Assistance
The nation’s leading charity, the Salvation Army, has centers across Arkansas. Social services available can help low income individuals access emergency financial aid programs and other resources. Apply for free food, rental assistance, money for utilities, holiday meals and gifts, and other aid. Read more financial assistance Arkansas Salvation Army.

No Credit Loans
Arkansas residents, whether they have good or bad credit, can borrow money. Banks, credit unions, non-profits, charities, and other businesses offer funds to pay bills, rent, housing, cars, and other costs. More on bad credit loans.

Food Assistance Programs and Pantries in Arkansas
Get information on organizations that can provide free food and groceries. Among them include pantries, food banks, government assistance programs and a number of other non-profits as well as charities. Read more on free food pantries in Arkansas.

Employment, Education, Cash Grants and Self-Sufficiency
Government grants for basic needs can be provided by non-profit community action agencies. In addition, the organizations will also offer self-sufficiency type resources such as employment, government job training programs, debt help or education assistance. Read Arkansas community action agencies.

Those residents seeking a career change, a new skill, or if you are unemployed, Workforce Centers in Arkansas can help clients find a new job or gain skills. More on Arkansas free job training.

Arkansas residents can get income from technology or side hustle jobs among other resources. There are smart phone apps, work from home jobs, gig work, freelance jobs, survey site and so much more. Continue with free or easy money opportunities.

Programs for Seniors and Elderly
People over 55 have fairly unique needs. The Agency on Aging can provide seniors a number of services. Get help with medical needs, food, transportation, home care, government health insurance including Medicare and other information. More details on Arkansas Agency on Aging.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Energy Bill Help
Several different statewide assistance programs can provide grants, financial assistance, energy conservation programs, weatherization, and other forms of utility bill help to the low income. More on Arkansas energy bill assistance.

Arkansas Telephone Bill Programs
Discounts are provided from government funded resources such as Lifeline, which is administered by the Public Service Commission. There may also be savings on setting up a new telephone, and some companies provide free cell phones. More on Arkansas Lifeline program.

Energy and Low-Income Heating Assistance (LIHEAP) and Arkansas Weatherization Overview
This government assistance program will help lower income Arkansas households with home energy costs, including heating and cooling bills, by administering both the Regular Assistance and Crisis Intervention programs. Each of these components provides financial assistance to households in the form of a one-time per year cash grant payment to the household's energy supplier or, under certain circumstances, to the applicant themselves.

Free weatherization is often part of LIHEAP. It provides funds and grants to Arkansas residents to help them save energy in their. It focuses on the homes of low-income people, with emphasis on handicapped, elderly, and families with children. More on Arkansas LIHEAP government assistance grants.

Assistance From Arkansas Cities and Counties

Select a county or city in Arkansas below. There are local financial assistance programs (often combined with those above) to help struggling families. Find grant money, transportation, free healthcare or food and more from charities in counties.

Arkansas County (De Witt and Stuttgart)

Ashley County (Hamburg)

Baxter County (Mountain Home)

Benton County (Bentonville)

Boone County (Harrison)

Bradley County (Warren)

Calhoun County (Hampton)

Carrol County (Berryville and Eureka Springs)

Chicot County (Lake Village)

Clark County (Arkadelphia)

Cleveland County (Rison)

Columbia County (Magnolia)

Craighead County (Jonesboro and Lake City)

Crittenden County (Marion)

Cross County (Wynne)

Dallas County (Fordyce)

Desha County (Arkansas City)

Drew County (Monticello)

Faulkner County (Conway)

Fulton County (Salem)

Garland County

Grant County (Sheridan)

 

 

 

 

Greene County (Hot Springs)

Hempstead County (Hope)

Hot Spring (Malvern)

Howard County (Nashville)

Independence County (Batesville)

Izard County (Melbourne)

Jackson County (Newport)

Jefferson County (Pine Bluff)

Lafayette County (Lewisville)

Lincoln County (Star City)

Little River County (Ashdown)

Logan County (Booneville and Paris)

Lonoke County

Madison County (Huntsville)

Marion County (Yellville)

Miller County (Texarkana)

Mississippi County (Blytheville and Osceola)

Montgomery County (Mount Ida)

Nevada County (Prescott)

Newton County (Jasper)

Ouachita County (Camden)

Perry County (Perryville)

Pike County (Murfreesboro)

Poinsett County (Harrisburg)

Polk County (Mena)

Pope County (Russellville)

Pulaski County (Little Rock)

Saline County (Benton)

 

 

 

 

Scott County (Waldron)

Searcy County (Marshall)

Sebastian County (Greenwood and Fort Smith)

Sevier County (De Queen)

Sharp County (Ash Flat)

St. Francis (Forrest City)

Stone County (Mountain View)

Union (El Dorado)

Van Buren County (Clinton)

Washington County

White County (Searcy)

Woodruff County (Augusta)

Yell County (Dardanelle and Danville)

 

By Jon McNamara

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