What Do I Need To Bring?

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What should you expect for your first visit?
When you arrive, the front desk will provide you with paperwork to fill out. When you have completed your paperwork, you will meet with an interviewer to enter your information into our computer system. Once that is complete, you can receive services. If you are missing one or more of the required documents, the interviewer will ask you to bring it for your next visit. 

First Visit

 For your first visit, we will ask to see:

Proof you live in our service area: current mail with your name and an address in our service area  (Must have a visible date within past 30 days) 
OR
a newly signed lease (within 30 days)
Photo identification for the head of household
Social Security card for each household member

Returning Visits

For regular visits, we will ask to see:

Current mail with your name, address, and a visable date within the past 30 days for ALL adult household members
Photo identification for the head of household

If you are missing the required documents, you may be denied services. We will do our best to work with your unique situation and we invite you to return when you have the documents you are missing.

Seasonal Programs

For all of our seasonal programs, we will ask to see:

Current mail with your name, address, and a visable date within the past 30 days
-Social security cards for all children in the program
OR
medical/health insurance cards
OR
a document from a school within our service area to verify their residence with you

If you are missing the required documents, your seasonal program application may be denied. We will do our best to work with you.