Pathway to Emergency Assistance | Serving Halifax County
TCCAA Emergency Food and Shelter Program
Persons and families who are in need of emergency assistance for delinquent rent, electric bills, food or a first month’s rent payment can apply for help. Assistance is limited and intended to meet basic needs to help you on your pathway to recovery. Appointments can be made by contacting the Emergency Assistance Team at: (434) 404-3455, Mondays – Fridays, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
What You'll Need to Get Startted
To apply for assistance, you must bring all required documents to your appointment (copy of a bill or lease, all income (including food stamps), Valid I.D., (with date of birth) and Social Security numbers of everyone in the household. Landlords are required to fill out a form and submit a W-9. Failure to bring all required documents will result in a delay of receiving assistance.
FUNDED BY FEMA
The Emergency Food & Shelter Program assists with a one month amount of delinquent rent, 1st month’s rent, 30 day amount of an electric bill or food from a food bank/pantry.