ALABAMA – Resource And Directory Of Homeless And Transitional Shelters, Low Income Assisted Living, Food Banks, Food Stamps, Section 8 Housing, Legal And Financial Assistance

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The GotTrouble Alabama homeless shelter resource and directory provides people going through life-changing trouble with a one-stop resource for homeless and transitional shelters, low income housing as well as related information on Alabama food banks and pantries, counseling services, and discount legal and financial assistance.

FEATURED HOMELESS SHELTERS TRANSITIONAL HOUSING AND SPONSORS

Montgomery Rescue Mission And Shelter

17 Mildred Street

Montgomery, Al 36104

334-834-0551

Faith Rescue Mission

108 Camden Street

Montgomery AL 36104

334-262-6024

 

Valley Outreach Shelter

221 Moulton St E

Decatur AL 36608

(256) 350-3825

Dothan Rescue Mission

2210 Ross Clark

Dothan AL 36301

334-794-4637

 

FEATURED LOW INCOME ASSISTED PUBLIC HOUSING AND SPONSORS

CAMELLIA GARDENS

265 EVELYN DR

MONTGOMERY, AL 36109-3342

334-244-6582

AZALEA POINTE

651 AZALEA RD

MOBILE, AL 36609-1550

251-666-1738

 

CAPITAL CITY COMMUNITY HOMES

5773 Carriage Barn Lane

MONTGOMERY, AL 36116-1535

251-666-4431

CLAIBORNE ARMS APTS

5350 CAROL PLANTATION RD

MOBILE, AL 36582-8935

251-653-5234

 

FRIENDSHIP HALL

1116 S. HULL STREET

MONTGOMERY, AL 36104-5144

334-265-3261

DICKENS FERRY APTS

6551 DICKENS FERRY RD

MOBILE, AL 36608-3980

251-344-7057

 

Can’t find what you are looking for? The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides a National Customer Service Center that is staffed to answer questions about public housing availability in your state. For current information about subsidized public housing phone them at: 1-800-955-2232.

LEGAL AID

If you are homeless or going through a financial hardship, you may qualify to receive free or low-cost legal services. The following organization(s) can provide you with information on free and low-cost legal assistance:

Legal Services Alabama is a statewide nonprofit organization that provides access to justice and free quality civil legal aid and assistance to educate and empower Alabama’s low-income community from nine offices located in Anniston, Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Opelika, Selma and Tuscaloosa.

FEATURED FOOD BANKS AND PANTRIES

Woodmont Food Bank 2001 Darby Drive Florence, AL 35630 (256) 766-1255
Woodland Church Food Bank 4180 Highway 431 Eufaula, AL 36027 (334) 687-5991
We Care Food Bank 2124 East 2nd Street Montgomery, AL 36106 (334) 832-9511
Welcome – Food Pantry 71 Zion Street Tallassee, AL 36078 (334) 285-2594
Urban Ministry 1229 Cotton Avenue SW Birmingham, AL 35211 (205) 781-0517

FOOD STAMPS (SNAP) – ALABAMA

The Alabama food assistance program uses electronic transfer debit cards to dispense benefits to qualified low income people. Food debit cards can be used anywhere that SNAP food benefits are accepted. In order to be accepted into the program and receive a food debit card, it is necessary to first apply at your local state-run office that facilitates the SNAP program. You can locate the closest SNAP Office by contacting: Alabama Department of Human Resources 50 Ripley St, S. Gordon Persons Bldg. Montgomery, AL 36130-4000 Phone: (334) 242-1745

DEBT AND DEPRESSION – COUNSELING AND TREATMENT CENTERSM

Debt and depression can be emotionally destabilizing. Learn how to care for your well being. Learn about your counseling and treatment center options.

MONEY TROUBLE CALCULATOR

Getting out of money trouble requires careful planning. Having a good fix on your current financial condition and figuring out how much you will need to get out of debt and back on your feet is essential. The following topic calculators will help you in the process:

How much car can I afford?
How long will it take to pay off my credit card?
How much can I afford to borrow?
How much will my loan payments be?
Should I consolidate my loans?
How much will my lease payments be?
How much should I save each month?

Trouble Shooter Public Service Awards

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Courageous individuals and organizations in both the private and public sector are developing innovative ways of fighting hunger, providing shelter and offering counseling to the homeless and needy. These organizations deserve our recognition and support. Tell us about an outstanding non-profit shelter, food bank, or community assistance organization and we will post their information on our site.

E-mail us your nomination and their website URL to: gtleads@gmail.com

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