Newton IL Welfare Programs and Statistics

Want to learn more about helpful government programs that Newton residents may qualify for? Search over 600 benefit programs available from various government agencies all in one location.

Most Popular Newton, Illinois Benefits

Illinois All Kids (CHIPRA)
Illinois Food Stamp Program
Illinois Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program
Illinois Medicaid
Illinois School Breakfast and Lunch Program
Illinois Special Milk Program
Illinois Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
Illinois Summer Food Service
Illinois Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
Illinois Unemployment Insurance
Illinois Weatherization Assistance Program

Newton, Illinois Head Start Office Locations

2 Head Start Office Locations in Newton, IL

Residents of small towns like Newton may have to travel to nearby cities to receive services and/or assistance.

NEWTON 1 1306 Fairground Ave Newton, IL 62448 (618) 783-3467
NEWTON 2 501 S Walnut St Newton, IL 62448 (618) 783-5623

Other Help & Aid Resources in Newton, Illinois

Newton, Illinois welfare resources are available through different outlets. Find the nearest location and make contact with a community outreach center today.

Residents of small towns like Newton may have to travel to nearby cities to receive services and/or assistance.

Alpha Community House 1701 18th St, Charleston, IL (217) 345-4224
American Red Cross 825 18th St, Charleston, IL (217) 345-5166
American Red Cross 1108 S Willow St # 3, Effingham, IL (217) 342-4344
American Red Cross: Blood Donor Centers 603 N Eden Ave, Effingham, IL (800) 448-3543
ARC Community Support System 1901 S 4th St # 209, Effingham, IL (217) 347-0880
ARC Community Support System 500 Cypress Dr, Effingham, IL (217) 342-3010
ARC Community Support Systems 2311 S Veterans Dr, Effingham, IL (217) 342-6400
Area 9 Special Olympics 520 Jackson Ave, Charleston, IL (217) 345-2424
Association-Retarded Citizens 805 N Merchant St, Effingham, IL (217) 342-3220
Big Brothers Big Sisters 825 18th St, Charleston, IL (217) 348-8741
Big Brothers Big Sisters 801 S West St, Olney, IL (618) 392-3863
Career Development Center 2120 W Delaware St, Fairfield, IL (618) 842-2691
Casa Abused-Neglected Children 651 Jackson Ave, Charleston, IL (217) 348-0599
CASA of Effingham County 307 Professional Park Ave, Effingham, IL (217) 342-2266
Catholic Charities 4217 Dewitt Ave, Mattoon, IL (217) 235-0420
Catholic Charities 207 E Walnut St, Robinson, IL (618) 544-7096
CCAR Industries 1530 Lincoln Ave, Charleston, IL (217) 348-0852
CEFS Clay County Outreach 832 W North Ave # B, Flora, IL (618) 662-4024
CEFS Economic Opportunity 1805 S Banker St, Effingham, IL (217) 342-2193
CEFS Headstart Home Base 204 W Washington Ave, Effingham, IL (217) 347-5268
CEFS Learning Center 204 W Washington Ave # 103, Effingham, IL (217) 347-7033
Cefs/Effingham County Outreach 202 N Banker St, Effingham, IL (217) 347-7514
Central East Alcoholism & Drug 635 Division St, Charleston, IL (217) 348-8108
Charleston Civic Associates 921 Madison Ave, Charleston, IL (217) 345-2767
Child & Family Connections 1901 S 4th St # 209, Effingham, IL (217) 347-5601

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Social Security Payments in Illinois

How are the Social Security Payments distributed throughout Illinois? We breakdown social security benefits by city and county statewide and rank communities with the most and least social security income per capita.

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Food Stamps

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Food Stamp Recipients in Illinois

Which areas receive the most food stamp public assistance in Illinois? We breakdown food stamps by city and county statewide and rank communities with the most and least food and nutrional supplements given to residents.

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