Caldwell, Idaho Financial Help Resources for Low Income

Financial Assistance Resources

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Financial Assistance

We have listed all of the financial assistance programs and resources that we have located in Caldwell, Idaho below. Many are government and non profit programs. Also check our area cities for resources as the help they provide may be transferable between cities. If you know of any programs in Caldwell that we do not have listed, please contribute by Adding a New Listing Here.
This is a private and user contributed database of local government or non-profit agencies that provide people with help who are in financial distress. Services range from help paying rent to Christmas assistance, utility paying assistance. We list any resource we find that can help people out.

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CCOA - Weatherization and Human Services

304 N. Kimball
Caldwell, ID - 83605
(208) 459-0063

Community Council of Idaho

201 21st Ave
Caldwell, ID - 83605
(208) 454-1652

Salvation Army, Caldwell

1015 Chicago
Caldwell, ID - 83605
(208) 459-2011

Treasure Valley Community Resource Center - TVCRC

2412 E. Chicago, #110
Caldwell, ID - 83605
(208) 459-9263

Idaho Development And Housing Organization Inc

921 E Cleveland Blvd
Caldwell, ID - 83605

Neighbors Helping Neighbors Of Idaho Incorporated

16241 Deer Flat Rd
Caldwell, ID - 83607

What will you find here?

Here are some of the types of financial assistance programs you will find on our site.

Financial assistance for single mothers

There are thousands of programs designed to help single mothers pay for food, shelter, and even education!

Help paying medical bills

We list agencies dedicated to helping you pay your medical bills for free.

Heating and utility payment assistance

Do you need help paying your electric bill or your gas bill? There are thousands of programs designed to help you with utilities

Rental Assistance Programs

Need emergency cash to pay your rent or need to find low cost housing?