3D Girls, Inc. is currently not accepting online applications for utility assistance.
Please check back for additional updates. In the meantime, contact United Way 2-1-1 and request an updated list of agencies that may be able to assist your need.
Emergency utility assistance is available to families in given situations where there is a risk of loss of service. A past due bill (rears notice), disconnection notice or payment arrangement notification must be provided to qualify.
Relief Emergency Funds eligible category – max of one-time per year and not to exceed $250.
We Provide Referrals to Our Partner Agencies For:
Groceries can be provided to sustain families for one week from referred partner agencies
Rental & Utility Assistance*
Emergency rental and utility assistance is available to families in given situations where there is a risk of loss of service. A past due bill (rears notice), disconnection notice or payment arrangement notification must be provided to qualify for a referral.
Families receiving diapers must be TANF eligible or currently enrolled in TANF, Medicaid, Food Stamps, and/or SSI; and the caregiver must be a Georgia Resident/US Citizen/Legal Immigrants.
Transportation assistance is available in the form of MARTA cards, or pay for van or cab transportation necessary for families to access medical care or to get to/from school, where no other support or method is available.
Additional Resources for Families Seeking Assistance:
The Stepping Ahead II program provides help to those in need. To receive assistance through Stepping Ahead II you must reside in one of the following 8 South Fulton communities: East Point, College Park, City of South Fulton, Fairburn, Hapeville, Palmetto, Union City and Chattahoochee Hills.
Decatur Cooperative Ministry will provide direct financial aid to prevent eviction, utility disconnection and relocation assistance to residents of DeKalb County, Commission District 5. Applicants must be a resident of DeKalb County, Commission District 5.
Assistance to people experiencing homelessness in Georgia is provided through our Continuum of Care network, or CoCs for short. There are 8 CoC’s in the state that serves local areas. Below are Continuum of Care contacts listed by county, and a link to an interactive map where you can identify local homeless services access points.
Hosea Helps’ Headquarters is open Tuesday – Saturday from 11:00am – 5:00pm to support individuals with Emergency Food & Water, Get or Renew Food Stamps, Eligibility Screening for Rent & Utility Assistance and to complete community service hours.
2545 Forrest Hills Dr. SW, Atlanta GA 30315 404.755.3353
SafeHouse services include: Helping individuals get their Birth Certificate, ID, and Social Security Card, Family Reunifications, Finding and securing housing, Behavioral health concerns, Employment training and Rental and/or Utility assistance
The Urban League of Greater Atlanta’s Financial Empowerment and Emergency Relief Center (FEERC) provides resources for individuals experiencing hardships. Learn more here.
3D Girls, Inc. Impact since March 2020
Since March 2020, 3D Girls, Inc. has supported over 500 women and girls who’ve experienced a lack of access to essential materials during the COVID-19 pandemic. In an effort to strategically provide resources to families impacted by hardships, we have launched an Emergency Assistance Program. The purpose of this initiative is to provide emergency financial assistance and resources to families who are most vulnerable during these times.
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REACHING MOTHERS IN NEED DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC
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