Assistance is meant to offer meaningful support to individuals while they develop practical plans for meeting their own needs. The program requires individuals to complete a service agreement/plan of action that addresses personal and professional development needs.
The Plan of Action
The Plan of Action/Service Agreement is an action plan based on the client assessment and re-assessment and must be completed with every case management client. A GCCSA Service Specialist and the client(s) work together to create an individualized Plan of Action, which supports a client’s movement toward self-sufficiency.
GCCSA provides emergency rental payments for clients who have received vacate notices.
The Rental Assistance Program serves individuals and families in financial distress by preventing loss of shelter with the help of financial assistance. Click here to learn more.
GCCSA provides transportation assistance via the Metro Q Cards. Click here to learn more.
Our Food Pantry provides a free, three-to-five day supply of emergency groceries for food insecure residents. Click here for more information including qualifications and hours of operation.
Through GCCSA’s energy assistance programs, individuals and families can receive financial assistance to alleviate financial distress by preventing the loss of certain utilities. These programs integrate a plan of action/service agreement which must be completed prior to receiving assistance. Click here to learn more about electricity assistance programs and qualifications.