As Eviction Moratorium Ends, Emergency Assistance is Still Available

United Way of Clinton County, Iowa (UWCCI) and funded partner agencies supporting basic needs are hard at work helping individuals and families through the effects of Covid-19. For those families still affected by the COVID-19 crisis, a variety of options are still available to get help with rent, utilities, food and other basic needs. 

Organizations like Information, Referral & Assistance, Associate Benevolent Society, DeWitt Referral Center and The Salvation Army are taking phone calls and emails to provide food baskets, and rent and utility vouchers to those who qualify. Information for government assistance is also available for long term help. Individuals should check agencies’ social media such as Facebook and websites for quick access to information.
Along with many area industries and businesses, United Way of Clinton County, Iowa has stepped up to meet the increased needs as they arise.  Cheryl McCulloh, UWCCI Executive Director, stated, “There is not only increased need reported for all services, but the need to do business in different ways. United Way, as well as funded partners, are at the ready to help quickly and in ways that work for this particular emergency situation.” She also stated, “We are all learning new approaches that will work right now.”
People need help more than ever right now. Community support to United Way of Clinton County, Iowa makes it possible to keep providing services through the Covid-19 pandemic. Make United Way of Clinton County, Iowa your charity of choice.

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