Hastings Family Service
Help Paying for Basic Needs
301 2nd St E, Hastings, MN, 55033
Distance: 1007 Miles
Offers cash or other short term aid to people in a crisis that is affecting their access to basic needs
Emergency assistance can vary based upon eligibility and available funds.
Emergency services are available for residents of School District #200,
Vouchers are available for:
* Diapers and formula
* Emergency clothing
* Household items
* Birthday bags for children
Grants are provided to help with expenses, such as:
* Automobile repairs
* Gas to get to work or school
- People with low income
For vouchers, you will be required to show a photo I.D. and a current piece of mail postmarked within the last two weeks as well as knowledge of income and expenses for your entire household. Applicants must demonstrate needs that can be resolved with one-time receipt of help
Call for most services. Appointments are not needed to receive a voucher. Requires an appointment with an emergency service worker for grants.
There is no fee for this service.
8:30am - 5:00pm, Monday - Friday. Building currently closed to public.
Residents who live within the boundaries of School District 200. This area includes the cities of: Hastings, Hampton, New Tier, Miesville and Vermillion and portions of these townships: Denmark, Douglas, Hampton, Marshan, Nininger, Ravenna and Vermillion Townships.
|Main Agency Phone and Rivertown Treasures||(651) 437-7134|
This provider does not offer this service at other locations.
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BH-3800.7000Rent Payment Assistance Definition
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BM-3000Household Goods Definition
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YB-9000Young Adults Definition
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YL-3500.4500Layoff Survivors Definition
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YV-0400At Risk for Homelessness Definition
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YV-3000Homeless People Definition
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YX-1800.2000Fire Victims Definition
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