Pittsburg County assistance programs.
Find utility help, mortgage and foreclosure assistance, ways to save energy, and more.
Help with mortgage : KI BOIS Community Action Foundation has joined together with the National Foreclosure Mitigation Counseling Program. This assistance program is funded by the Mission of Peace National Corporation, which is a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development organization and is approved National Housing Counseling Intermediary. The federal government grant to KI BOIS will allow them to provide free foreclosure mitigation services to homeowners who are facing a foreclosure or are in in danger of mortgage default.
The main goal of KI BOIS Community Action is always to help homeowners retain their homes with a mortgage they can afford, and stop any foreclosures in process. Part of saving a home is helping people control their debt. So they also want to ensure people improve their credit scores, and offer residents counseling and debt help. Click more debt assistance.
Free prescription medications : The Rx for Oklahoma Program provides prescription assistance to families and individuals in need of help. KI BOIS Community Action, as lead agency, along with Little Dixie, Big Five, Delta Community Action, and INCA will make up Region IV. Shaunda Noah, Haskell County KI BOIS Community Action, will be the Regional Area Director.
The program is focused toward those people who are uninsured, underinsured or low-income. The amount of time that you will receive free prescriptions will vary from drug company to company. Note that the program does not provide cash assistance for prescriptions but gives the medications themselves.
Home repairs : Low and moderate income families can apply for free home repairs and updates. They want to ensure homes are safe, and modernized. The standards and improvements include but are not limited to roof replacement, addressing health and safety hazards such as electrical, plumbing, or heating hazards, floor repairs, cracked or chipping paint, and other hazards.
Save energy with weatherization : The KI BOIS Community Action Foundation offers this federal government funded program will help eligible families to reduce their heating and cooling costs. These measures and updates that will be performed on a home include, but are not limited to wall, attic, and floor insulation, sun screens, reducing air leakage, and heating system repairs.
Call KI BOIS Community Action Foundation today at 918-967-3325 to make an appointment or learn more about these programs, or other resources they may offer struggling families.
The Choctaw Nation Housing Authority can provide low income housing from programs such as Hope Development. Other services administered include funds for paying rent, shelters, and self-sufficiency. Limited home repairs may also be available to the very low income and seniors in the area. Read Choctaw Nation programs.