Supports to Encourage Low-income Families
Supports to Encourage Low-Income Families (SELF) helps hard-working individuals find a path to live their dreams and better support their families in the future.
SELF’s Mission: to enhance the quality of life for Butler County residents by impacting the causes of poverty and empowering individuals to achieve, sustain and advocate self-sufficiency.
What does that mean? We offer self-sufficiency programs that help people learn new skills, find a job, budget and save more money or even start a small business. We also help with utility assistance, home repairs and mobility modifications, and weatherization for low-income people in Butler County, Ohio.
SELF’s ANNUAL AWARDS DINNER & AUCTION
“ROARING ’20s”: Bet Your Clams on Self-Sufficiency!
SAVE THE DATE: Friday April 15, 2016 at 6:00 p.m.
Program Starts Promptly at 7:30 p.m.
Please plan to join us at SELF’s 20th Annual Awards Dinner & Silent Auction, to be held at Receptions Conference Center in Fairfield!
With our “Roaring ’20s” themed evening to celebrate SELF’s 20th Anniversary, you can bet it will be the bee’s knees. Get dolled up and bring your dough for a swanky night with dozens of exciting silent auction items and raffle baskets.
Winter Crisis Program Utility Assistance Available to Butler County Residents
SELF’s Winter Crisis Program provides emergency utility assistance to vulnerable low-income individuals and families in Butler County who need help staying warm in the winter. This federally funded program can help eligible Ohioans who are at or below 175% of the federal poverty level. Households meeting the income guidelines must also be facing disconnection, have been disconnected or have less than a 10-day supply of bulk fuel in their tank are eligible for the program. Everyone filing for HEAP must bring in ALL documents listed here: 2015-2016 Winter HEAP Application Requirements. Appointments are strongly encouraged and can be made now by calling 513-868-9300 or 888-432-7022.
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