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We provide emergency assistance to persons and families living at or below the poverty level.  


  • Clothing

  • Laundry

  • Furniture

  • Household items

  • Toiletries

  • Diapers

  • Blankets

  • Birth and other certificates

  • ID or Driver license

  • Steel toe boots and hard hats

  • Gasoline for new employment or medical appointments

  • Prescriptions

  • And more . . .

When we are able, Interfaith also helps with rent and utilities. 

This assistance is not always available and is dependent upon grants and donations.


Interfaith began in 1982 with a concerned group of individuals consisting of clergy, social service agency directors and other community members who formed the Interfaith Council.


The Church of Women United Committee was appointed to investigate various ways to meet the needs of the increasing number of individuals requiring emergency food and shelter. Many different approaches were considered and it was decided to concentrate efforts on a central clearing house for families. Interfaith began serving individuals needing basic emergency assistance in October of 1984.


Interfaith has evolved into a non-profit organization whose primary focus is homeless prevention provided through a broad range of services and case management to encourage self-sufficiency.

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