Provides homeownership and foreclosure avoidance information
Kansas Mortgage Center
Provides mortgage and financial assistance to Kansas residents
Kansas Housing Corporation
Provides housing placement and assistance
One KC for Women
Employment prep, credit building/financial courses, business resources for job hunting, mentoring program
Kansas Food Assistance Program
The United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as the Food Stamp Program, provides qualifying low-income households with food benefits, access to a healthy diet and education on food preparation and nutrition. In Kansas, the program is known as the Food Assistance Program. The Food Assistance Program serves as the first line of defense against hunger. It provides crucial support to elderly households, to low-income working households, to other low income households that include the unemployed or disabled and to households transitioning from welfare to work. Food assistance customers can spend their benefits to buy eligible nutritious food and plants and seeds to grow food for their household to eat.
Provides resources and information regarding homeownership and foreclosure avoidance
Mortgage Relief Project
Provides legal information regarding foreclosures and has a directory of resources
American Financial Resources
Directory of financing and housing resources
Directory of homebuyer counseling agencies
Easy Arkansas Claims (EZARC)
Easy Arkansas Claims is a web-based application that allows anyone to file an initial or additional claim for Arkansas Unemployment Insurance via the Internet. If you are working less than full-time, or have completely separated from your last job, you may file your Arkansas Unemployment Insurance claim from your own home. To file an EZARC online claim, you must have access to a computer, a printer, and an Internet Connection.
Arkansas Department of Workforce Services
The Unemployment Services division provides financial assistance and employment services to jobless workers. The State of Arkansas is divided into ten local workforce investment areas based on common geographic and economic factors. Each area contains at least one comprehensive service center and many other affiliate service centers. This webpage provides the contact information and location of each service center.
Kansas City, Kansas Housing Authority
Provides affordable housing to residents of Kansas City, KS
Johnson County Housing Authority
Provides housing assistance to residents of Johnson County
Topeka Housing Authority
Provides affordable housing to Topeka residents
Kansas Workforce ONE
The Local Area I Workforce System has the resources you need to sharpen your skills, find the perfect job, and advance your career.
Workforce Partnership is committed to building a workforce development system that meets the needs of both job seekers and employers throughout the Kansas City area. We have a network of career centers in Johnson, Leavenworth, and Wyandotte counties offering professional expertise to employers and job seekers.
Provides temporary housing for single-parent families
The Helping Hand of Greater Little Rock
The Helping Hand of Greater Little Rock is a food pantry, thrift shop and provider of limited financial assistance to thousands of families in Central Arkansas.