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Programs that pay current housing bills or finance new living accommodations for people who are otherwise unable to provide for their housing needs. Housing expense assistance programs may have age, income, disability, need or other eligibility requirements.

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Organizational Representative Payee, Resource Oversight and Guidance Services, IncOrganizational representative payee on behalf of mentally disabled Social Security recipients. Help find other benefits and services individuals may need such as supplemental nutrition assistance, housing subsidies, etc.; obtain medical treatment and mental health assistance when needed; with Medicare, Medicaid and prescription drug expenses; fill out applications for needed services; Negotiate with landlords and others to get the best possible deals; Make social security and other recipients aware of large retroactive payments; Discuss ways that our agency, as well as other organizations and social service agencies, can help individuals live better and fuller lives; Directing or referring to other organizations and social service agencies that are outside of the financial arena that can provide needed help. Organizational Representative PayeeResource Oversight and Guidance Services, Inc
Rest Haven Children's Health FundProvides one time or short term funding for all health related needs including developmental health, physical health and mental health for children who meet eligibility requirements. In addition, provides funding in the form of “Grants” or “Special Gifts” to agencies or organizations serving children at risk who have a larger funding needs. To receive the services the child has to be referred by an agency, social worker, school nurse or any professional working with child.Rest Haven Children's Health FundRest Haven Children's Health Fund

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