CRISIS MINISTRY OF MERCER COUNTY GRANT CAN HELP WITH UTILITY SHUT-OFF
Carolyn Biondi, Executive Director of the Crisis Ministry of Mercer County, Inc., announced that it has received a $2,500 grant to assist residents of Robbinsville who are facing utilities shut off due to non payment.
To receive this assistance, clients must have a current shut off notice from gas/electric or water providers (or have run out of heating oil), as well as meet our income guidelines (300% of federal poverty level) along with other eligibility criteria.
The Crisis Ministry will provide up to $400 depending on need, which must be sufficient to avoid shut off or restore utilities (in conjunction with client arranging a payment plan, if necessary). Please call the Crisis Ministry utility assistance line at 609-396-2133 and leave a message stating that you are a Robbinsville resident in need of more information.