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The Crisis Intervention Program (CIP) is a Federally funded program that assists individuals and families who are experiencing a heating or cooling related crisis. A household is considered to be in a crisis if it is currently experiencing or is in danger of experiencing a life threatening or health related emergency and sufficient, timely and appropriate assistance is not available from any other source. Life threatening is defined as a household which has no heating or cooling source or has a disconnect notice for their primary heating or cooling service and the health or well being of a household member would be in danger if the heating or cooling crisis was not alleviated.
Households that meet the following criteria may be eligible:
The Family Support Program is designed to assist with barriers that hinder timely child support payments, family self-sufficiency & active involvement in children’s life. Services for Custodial and Non-Custodial Parents are available. Referrals to the Family Support Program are accepted through Child Support Services, Child Support Court, Self – referrals and other Social Services and Community Programs.
View the Family Support Program Brochure (PDF) to learn more about the Family Support Program.
For more information or to self-refer, contact 910-798-3500