ASSISTANCE FOR THOSE IN NEED
GM employees and families that may be affected by recently announced changes at GM - we understand your concerns and are available to help you.
Members are our first and foremost priority. We have no stockholders, so as a member, you are an owner of the credit union, and we treat you as such.
We are here to help you:
• Analyze your current financial situation.
• Lower your monthly loan payments.
• Consolidate and/or restructure your current debt.
• Provide access to free financial counseling, which can include helping members develop debt management plans and rework household budgets.
When times get tough, there is help available.
If you're struggling with real estate costs, your county treasurer might work out a tax payment plan with you. Many drug manufacturers offer assistance programs for those struggling with prescription costs. And numerous food banks and shelters in the area are ready to serve.
Angel Food Ministries: Serves as a low-cost food source with pick-up sites located throughout northeast Ohio. For locations and information, call 877-366–3646
Catholic Charities: Provides mortgage payment assistance. Call 330-744–3320
Apprisen (Consumer Credit Counseling): Provides debt and budget counseling. Call 800-355–2227
HOPE Homeownership Preservation Foundation: Counseling available by calling 888-995–HOPE
Community Legal Aid Northeast Ohio Legal Services provides legal services: Call 1-800-998-9454
Compass Family and Community Services provides family and housing services: Call 330-782-5664
Job & Family Services: Provides assistance through a variety of programs such as Ohio Works First; Employment Services for Individuals with Disabilities; Food Assistance; and Healthy Start, Healthy Families.
• Trumbull County: 330-675–2249
• Mahoning Valley: 330-740–2073
• Columbiana County: 330-424–1471
• Portage County: 330-297–3750
• Stark County: 330-452–4661
• Summit County: 330-643-8200
Lutheran Services: Provides utility bill assistance. Call 330-664–3848
Mahoning/Columbiana Training Association is the fiscal agent fo rfederal Workforce Innovation & Opportunities Act funds: Call 330-965-1787
Mahoning County Saves/OSU Extension: Call 330-533-5536
Mahoning Valley Economic Opportunity Coalition: Call 330-746-8494
MVOC-Mahoning Valley Organizing Collaborative: Call 330-743-1196
MYCAP: Provides energy assistance for Mahoning County residents. Call 330-747–7921
National Hunger Hotline: Provides locations of local food shelters. Call 866-3–HUNGRY
Neighborhood Development Services: Financial assistance available by calling 330-297-6400, ext. 248
Ohio Attorney General’s Office 1-800-282-0515
Ohio State Treasurer 1-800-228-1102
Public Library of Youngstown & Mahoning County 330-744-8636
TCAP: Provides energy assistance to Trumbull County residents. Call 330-393–2507
Trumbull 211: Provides utility bill assistance for Trumbull County residents. Call 330-393–1565
United Way: Provides access to a number of health and human service programs through their affiliated agencies.
• Trumbull County: 330-369–1000
• Mahoning Valley: 330-746–8494
• Northern Columbiana County: 330-337-0310
• Southern Columbiana County: 330-385-2082
Veterans Assistance: Provides assistance to honorably discharged veterans in identifying potential benefits. Call 866-789–6333
Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation 330-480-0423
Youngstown Metropolitan Housing Authority 330-744-2161
YWCA of Youngstown 330-746-6361Go to main navigation