Good Neighbor Program
Our church is committed to being a Good Neighbor by being there for those in the community around us when they need a helping hand. We do this in many ways, but one of the ways is through our Good Neighbor Fund. This is a monthly Holy Communion offering that goes 100% to utility assistance for people living in Montgomery County.
If you would like to learn more about helping with the Good Neighbor Fund, contact the Church Office.
If you are looking for Utility Assistance, please read what you'll need to know to get help below...
Who is eligible & what do I need to bring to receive assistance?
Assistance is available for residents of Montgomery County. Picture ID and a copy of your Electricity or Gas & Water Bill are required.
You will complete an application that asks about your income, including food stamps, unemployment, SSI etc.
What can I get help with?
We have vouchers for Utilities in Montgomery County only:
CDE, CEMC, CUMBERLAND HEIGHTS UTILITIES, WOODLAWN UTILITIES, & CLARKSVILLE GAS & WATER.
We are unable to help with rent, fuel for your vehicle, bus passes / tickets, hotel rooms, or medication.
Do you help with utility deposits?
If you already have a lease agreement in writing, we are sometimes able to help with a voucher toward your deposit with CDE, CEMC, and CLARKSVILLE GAS & WATER.
We would need to see a copy of your lease agreement.
How much assistance do you offer?
$25-50, depending on funds available.
When can I get help?
Our Good Neighbor program takes place every 2nd Tuesday of the month.
Doors open at 9:00am
To maintain our social distancing and safety guidelines...
- Masks should be worn when inside the building
- Those needing assistance will be asked to wait before entering. Instruction will be given as you arrive.
How often can I get help?
There must be three complete months between your applications for
Example: If you receive a voucher in January, the next time you would be eligible April.