Please note that the agencies listed below have their own set of eligibility criteria and application processes. Please follow the link or contact them for specific information.
Florida Rural Legal Servicescan play a critical role for people leaving jail and returning to society, translating into reduced recidivism and Increased chances for reintegration into the community. Legal assistance can help in a number of ways: Expunge or Correct Inaccurate Criminal Records · Secure Driver’s Licenses · Modify Fees and Fines · Help in Civil Proceedings. Your Source for Free Legal Services: 1.888.582.3410 | www.FRLS.org
OUR Florida supports renters who qualify with relief for unpaid rent and utility bills. Eligible Florida renters can qualify for up to 15 months of rent and utility payments. This includes 12 months of past due rent and utilities and three months of forward-looking rent payments. For questions about the program, call 833.493.0594, 7 days a week from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST. Online information: www.ourflorida.com/applicant-assistance/renters/
Martin 211 Helpline- Dial 211 or (561) 383-1112 ACCESS Center – (866) 762-2237 Martin County Interagency Coalition- https://www.mcinteragency.org/agencies.html Martin County Health and Human Services (772) 288-5785 ext. 2 Salvation Army – (772) 288-1471 St. Vincent DePaul Society – (772) 546-2492 First United Methodist Church – (772) 781- 0223 House of Hope - (772) 286-4673 Holy Redeemer Catholic Church - (772) 286-4590 M.I.S.S. - (772) 781-4063 St. Luke’s Episcopal Church - (772) 286-5455 Treasure Coast Homeless Services Council - (772) 567-7790 Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program - (863) 357-2240 SafeSpace- (772) 288-7023