Supportive Services

Supportive Services offers individuals and families services that are free and accessible which facilitate achievement of economic security.

Emergency Crisis Services

We provide emergency assistance to stabilize individuals and families in crises. These services include:

  • Rental Assistance

    Assistance in the form of past due rent, first month’s rent, and deposits.

  • Utility Assistance

    At this time, only Missouri American Water customers are eligible to receive assistance from our agency.

    The Low-Income Household Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP) is a federally funded program that helps low-income families pay their water bills. Please visit for more information.

    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program provides assistance for energy bills.

  • Transportation 

    Bus pass or assistance with travel reimbursements.

  • Medical

    Assistance with low cost medical prescriptions.

  • Clothing 

    Assistance with clothing needs due to unforeseen circumstances.

  • Legal Services

    Screening for potential legal services.

  • Domestic Violence

    Can provide you and your family potential provision with temporary emergency shelter.

  • Car Repairs

    Minor car repairs.

  • Proof of Identification

    Assistance with attainment of your Driver’s License, Social Security Card, or Birth Certificate.

How To Apply

  • Eligibility Requirements

    To qualify, your household income may not exceed 125% of the federal poverty guideline and you must be dedicated to following the process.

  • Apply Online

    Click on the link below to apply for services.

Family Self Sufficiency Case Management

The FSS Case Management program is designed to increase earned income, identify barriers preventing the customer from the achievement of intermediate and long-term goals, and connect the customer with services and resources they may need to access to achieve goals. Services include opportunities for the customer to engage an array of services that lead to long-term economic independence.

  • Workshops – Offered virtually on a monthly basis and include topics such as Budgeting, Renters Rights, Parenting Support, Job Readiness, Nutrition, Financial Planning, and Conflict Resolution.
  • Occupational Skills Training – Online self-paced classes including: Medical, Legal, and Industrial.
engage an array of services that lead to long-term economic independence.

Food and Toiletry Pantries

We partner with over thirty (30) food and toiletry pantries geographically located throughout the Kansas City Metro. Click on the link below for a list of pantries to find one near you.

Helping Our Communities

Need Help With Child Support?

If you are a CAAGKC customer who receives assistance through our CSBG grant, you may be eligible for child support referral services.