… .. Maybe crime really does pay. There are all kinds of money and services available if you have been a victim of crime. You can get emergency money, living expenses, money to replace loss of pay, free cell phones, free therapy, and lots more. The U.S. Dept. of Justice has set up a database that allows you to search for these services in your area.
The City of Leavenworth, Kansas contracts with Catholic Community Services (CCS) to offer an Emergency Housing Assistance program to families and individuals in need. The program provides counseling and valuable referrals to low-income city residents who are experiencing a housing emergency. Participants may be eligible for financial assistance for food, rent, utility bills and other expenses. Contact: Catholic Community Services (CCS), 716 N. 5th Street, Leavenworth, KS 66048. (913) 651-8060.
The United Cerebral Palsy chapter in Arkansas might be able to provide some funding for van if funds are not available from other sources. Contact: United Cerebral Palsy, 10400 W. 36th, Little Rock, AR 72204; 501-228-3834