Maintaining utilities such as heat, electric and water are crucial to housing stability. In partnership with the Salvation Army, SAS administers a Utility Assistance Program for Shenandoah County for residents who have received a shut-off notice.
This assistance is limited to individual/household use once every 2 years per Salvation Army requirements, and the amount of assistance provided is based on donations received.
To apply for Utility Assistance, clients in need must contact the SAS office at (540) 459-3212 to complete an Assessment. If assistance is offered, clients are required to complete, sign and return the Salvation Army Application for Assistance.
SAS developed and operates a HelpLink system for Local Area Churches to encourage partnership and distribution of community assistance to residents in need as well as to prevent the duplication of financial assistance within Shenandoah County.
Due to COVID-19, SAS is operating with limited staff to maintain the safety and health of our staff and clients. Our hours have decreased to Mon-Thurs, 8:30-4:30. Please contact us via phone at 540-459-3212 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org for any service needs, and follow us on Facebook for real-time updates. We will get through this together!