Ann Arbor Thrift Shop members answer requests from social service case workers on behalf of people who need emergency aid for clothing, housing, utility bill payment, medical or dental care, car repair and transportation. Services are available to Ann Arbor residents only. A referral is required for assistance.
B&B Payee Services provides Representative Payee Services, Federal Fiduciary
Services, Conservator Services, and Financial Management assistance.They help all who are experiencing financial obstacles, including those with disabilities, low income, or receiving Social Security and/or Veterans benefits.
The Michigan DHHS provides income supplement programs for individuals who are temporarily or permanently disabled, who lack money for food, shelter, and utilities. These include: Food Stamps, Child Support Programs, Day Care Services, Work First Program (employment and job training), Low Income Energy Assistance Programs (LIEAP), Medicaid, and State Disability Assistance (SDA).
Since 1961, GreenPath has been helping people regain control of their finances --- and
their lives. In addition to other services, GreenPath offers free credit counseling and debt counseling to help ease your financial stress, address your financial concerns, and develop a plan for living a financially healthy life.
Whether or not you owe any income tax, if you are a Michigan taxpayer you can get FREE help in completing your income taxes by an IRS trained volunteer income tax assistance (VITA) or tax counseling for the elderly (TCE) preparer.
Navigate this website to learn about VITA, the EITC, organizations that offer free tax assistance, and more.
This organization can help you prepare returns if income is $45,000.00 or less. Call the Parish Office at (734) 821-2100 to make a 45-minute appointment. No walk-ins! Please call to make an appointment.