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We were recently contacted by someone who needed help with their natural gas bill in San Angelo, Texas. Here are the resources we found to help!
If you need help in the San Angelo area, we recommend contacting these helpful agencies.
The Air Force Aid Society assists Airmen and their families with basic living expenses, such as utility bills. They can also assist with medical/dental care, funeral expenses, respite care, auto repair, travel emergencies, disasters, and assistance to surviving dependents. Falcon Loans of up to $750 are also available.
Catholic Outreach Services can help you with your utility bills! They can also assist with food, clothing and emergency housing for qualified applicants when funds are available.
The Benevolence Office provides assistance with utilities, in addition to bus fares, clothing, rent, furniture and medical equipment, when funds are available.
This program provides emergency financial assistance to wouned veterans and families of Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation New Dawn. This program can assist with utility bills, car payments, auto repair, mortgage or rent payments, groceries, baby formula, school supplies, school clothes, medical bills and other needs.
This is Texas’ LIHEAP program. It assists with utility bills and may even help you replace your existing heating/cooling units! Qualifying applicants may receive up to $1,200 per year from this program.
Wounded active duty military members and disabled veterans may be able to receive assistance with utilities, rent, vehicle payments, groceries, clothing and more.
The Emergency Assistance unit provides grants and loans who can assist with short-term living expenses such as utilities, rent, child care, food, auto repairs, medical/dental needs, financial education counseling and more.
Basic needs assistance is available to veterans, their dependents and/or unmarried surviving spouses. This program can assist with utilities, rent, mortgage payments, vehicle expenses, child care and some medical expenses.