Listings in Social Skills, Disaster Relief, Food Stamps and Domestic Violence Shelters
The Alabama Elderly Simplified Application Project (AESAP) is designed to reinvent the Food Assistance Program (FAP) application process for those households where all members are elderly (age 60 or older), and have no earned income
13280 Alabama Highway 157
Moulton, AL 35650
Provides temporary emergency shelter, a 24-hour crisis line, court advocacy, safety planning, information and referral services, and other out-of-shelter services to meet the needs of local adult and child victims of domestic violence.
P.O. Box 3429
Child Support Information (334) 295-2000 Family and Child Services (334) 295-2000 FAX (334) 295-2002 Food Assistance Information (334) 295-2000 Main Number (334) 295-2000 TANF or JOBS Information (334) 295-2000
701 South Shiloh Street
Linden, Alabama 36748
Milestones-Provides therapeutic, counseling, educational and job training services for individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities and their families. Programs include: Community Living, Early Intervention & Employment Program
203 Amphitheater Rd
Pelham, AL 35124
Provides emergency communications during times of severe weather or natural disasters, as well as communications for community special events when requested, such as bike rides, charity runs, and trail rides.
P.O. Box 441
A program designed to change patterns of inappropriate behavior by promoting competence and healthy, positive interactions with others.
601 1st St. S.
2B Choices for Women, Adoption & Infant Foster Care, Counseling. Disaster Preparedness/Response, Disability Ministries & Services, Emergency Services, Refugee Resettlement, St. Teresa of Calcutta Senior Ministry
188 S. Florida Street