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Can We Help You?

Here's How to Determine Your Eligibility

 

Assistance is available to eligible residents of Milford, Highland Twp., the Stratford Villa and Commerce Meadows mobile home parks in Wixom and some assistance provided for Cedarbrook Estates located in White Lake.

Meeting the financial guidelines below is required.

Household Size

Annual

Monthly

Weekly

1

$23,540

$1,962

$453

2

$31,860

$2655

$613

3

$40,180

$3,348

$773

4

$48,500

$4,042

$933

5

$56,820

$4,735

$1,093

6

$65,140

$5,428

$1,253

For each additional family member add

$8,320

$693

$160

How to Register for Assistance

 

Please bring the following items to Community Sharing:

  1. Drivers license or Michigan ID

  2. Proof of residency (such as rent history, utility bills, current lot payment receipt or other approved documents)

  3. Birth Certificates for all family members requesting assistance.  Social Security cards are acceptable if birth certificate is not available.

  4. Income documentation for all family/household members 18 years or older.  Pay stubs, social security statement, DHS grant letter, unemployment record, child support certificate or income tax return.

  5. Pertinent eviction or shut-off notice if requesting financial assistance. Bring any relevant documentation pertaining to the emergency situation.


Items Provided Through Donations

 
Food  ~  Available Once per Month & in Emergencies
  • Fresh Produce
  • Meats
  • Canned Vegetables & Fruits 
  • Cooking & Baking Ingredients
 Clothing ~ Available During Open Hours
  • Men's & Women's Clothing
  • Children's Clothing
  • Shoes
  • Coats & Boots
Emergency Financial Assistance ~ By Appointment or Tuesday Walk-In
  • Evictions
  • Utility Shut-Off
  • Various Assistance Provided thru Assessment
Case Management ~ By Appointment
  • Needs Assessment
  • Advocacy
  • Networking With & Referrals to Other Agencies
 Educational Assistance ~ By Appointment 
  • Core Subjects K-12 for Qualified HVS Students
  • Adults Preparing for GED

Other Services for Families & Individuals In Need

 
Community Sharing is a registration and distribution site for the following programs.



Focus: HOPELow income seniors, 60 years and older, who are eligible for Focus:HOPE may use Community Sharing as their pick-up site.  


The Emergency Food Assistance Program
(TEFAP)
TEFAP is a program of the U.S. Department of Agriculture which provides additional food, on a quarterly basis, for Community Sharing clients. 

Gleaner's Mobile Food PantryFamilies identified by Huron Valley School District can receive food from the Gleaners Mobile Food Pantry, via Community Sharing, through the School Voucher Program.




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