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    Programs that make automobile payments for people who are at risk of losing their means of transportation without assistance. These programs may have age, income, disability, need or other eligibility requirements.

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    Assistance to Families - Holy Cross Lutheran Church (HCLC)HCLC offers services to families with children, under 18 years of age, living in the home that have custodial guardianship. Assistance NOT restricted by zip code. Helps with medical dental bills, prescription payment assistance, car repair, and other needs that come up for families. NO MOTEL/HOTEL ASSISTANCE. Able to provide 150.00 max towards the bill, and person in need will need to cover the rest of the bill.El Paso CountyHoly Cross Lutheran ChurchHoly Cross Lutheran Church
    Client Services - Help the NeedyHelp the Needy clients are supported by assisting them with their financial and other issues, creating a “recovery plan” for each of them, so that with counseling they can achieve financial stability. The organization offers budget and credit counseling and job search assistance as well as financial help when needed. This assistance includes: Rent/Mortgage payment Utility payment Computer training Budget counseling Legal assistance/referral Firewood Job opportunities/resume writing Food and clothing bills Car payment/repair Medical billsTeller CountyHelp the NeedyHelp the Needy
    Critical Needs Assistance and Home Repairs for Veterans - Operation HomefrontOffers critical needs assistance and home repairs to eligible service members. Assistance is available for the following: - Rent/mortgage - Utilities - Food - Critical baby items - Vehicle payments/repairs (in urgent situations) - Home repairs and major appliance assistance (repairs or replacements)El Paso CountyOperation HomefrontOperation Homefront
    Domestic Violence /Sexual Assault Services (Salida) - Alliance Against Domestic AbuseAADA provides emergency shelter, 24-hour crisis intervention, financial assistance, peer and support group, court advocacy, assistance with restraining orders and divorce papers, children’s services, information and referrals to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as community education and prevention efforts. All services provided by AADA are confidential and free of charge to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Call (719) 539-7347 for more information.Chaffee CountySalida - Alliance Against Domestic AbuseAlliance Against Domestic Abuse
    Grants to Families - Home Front CaresThe Home Front Cares serves all of Colorado's military community—every branch of service, active duty, Guard, Reserve or veteran. In order to qualify for assistance, those applying must be suffering a hardship that is in some way tied to their military service. If you or your family are in financial need, and you qualify for assistance they assist with: Rent Utility bills Car payments/insurance/small repairs Other essential life expenses or emergency costsEl Paso CountyHome Front CaresHome Front Cares
    Military Financial Assistance - USA CaresProvides financial and advocacy assistance to post 9/11 active duty US military service personnel, veterans, and their families. Out of StateUSA CaresUSA Cares
    Operation Round Up - Mountain View Electric AssociationMountain View Electric Association's Operation Round-Up Fund is a non-profit fund generated by and benefiting customers of Mountain View Electric Association, Inc (MVEA). Call first to verify you reside in their service area, as they are unable to assist anyone outside of their service area. The fund has paid for past due medical bills, propane, utility bills (Does not cover MVEA utility bills), car repairs, wheel chairs, dental, glasses, rent, mortgages, and more. If you need help, go online and print off application and fax, mail, or drop off application. Call or go online for more information. El Paso CountyMountain View Electric AssociationMountain View Electric Association
    Self Sufficiency Grants - Modest Needs FoundationProvides a one-time emergency grant to those who are working. Funding is dependent upon crowdsourcing and therefore not guaranteed. These include the following scenarios: - Help with an unexpected bill (car repair, medical expense, etc.) - Help with a regular monthly bill that a person is now having trouble with due to an unexpected expense that had to be paid (someone paid for car repair and now cannot pay rent) - Help with a regular monthly bill that cannot be paid due to temporary loss of income (hours cut at work, sick leave, new job but have not been paid yet). This grant can cover needs such as rent, mortgage, utility bills, medical bills, phone bill, automobile bills, etc.Out of StateModest Needs FoundationModest Needs Foundation

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