What do you do when you need some help but you've run out of options? The Service Integration Teams (SITs) website explains it best:
Sometimes people need a little extra help paying rent, or help with a heat bill in a cold winter month. An urgent prescription or medical bill can derail a budget. The SITs can address issues like an urgent prescription or medical bill. They also help local food banks and other local non-profits when there are not enough supplies like personal hygiene products, clothing and toiletries.
Needs are varied and unique for each community
Each community might need something different or unique. SITs review requests when no other options are available, or when the full expense can’t be covered. Requests typically average no more than $300. Funds are for a one-time crisis in one of the following categories: