2018 Assistance

  • 4,793 Crisis interviews conducted (12,754 neighbors)
  • 9,840 Adults and children received food (equal to 208,128 meals) - Includes 526 holiday meals
  • 5 573 Adults and children received clothing
  •   729 Families received heating/utilities assistance
  •   196 Families received rent/mortgage assistance
  •     50 Individuals received crisis prescription assistance
  •   612 Children received school supplies

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Statistics

Your neighbors – IAM serves a cross-section of our community: 77% Caucasian; 13% Afro-American; 8% Hispanic; 2% other
They are poor: 78% report income below the Federal Poverty Level; ($13,306 for a family of 4 in 2017)
They are barely surviving: 39% are unemployed; 31% are employed in low-paying jobs; 23% disabled; 7% are retired;
They are uninsured: 29% do not have medical insurance.
They are young families: Over 63% are under 50, often single mothers with two or three children.