Catholic Charities helps low-income individuals and families meet their most basic human needs. Emergency Assistance extends help and hope in times of crisis to individuals and families in cooperation with other social service agencies, churches and food pantries. Emergency Assistance is provided throughout the entire year, as funding permits. Service availability varies by office.
Provides material/financial assistance with advocacy efforts for people in need of:
All individuals meeting income guidelines can receive services by visiting the regional office in your area with the proper documentation.
The client must be at or below 150% of the poverty guidelines to receive assistance. Current guidelines are listed below:
|USDA 2013 Poverty Guidelines for the 48 Contiguous States and the District of Columbia|
|Persons in family/household||Poverty guideline||150%|
Proof of Household Income
NOTE: Households receiving SNAP benefits from the WVDHHR are determined to be low- income and are therefore eligible for CCWVa services.
NOTE: The name on eviction notice, utility bill, etc. must be of an adult family member residing in the household address.
Those with no household income
Applicant must provide written proof of zero household income