If you are in need of assistance, here are some ways we might be able to help you

Need HELP pursuing employment, housing, or education?

We might be able to assist you in obtaining one or more of the following:

2nd & 4th Wednesday Mornings
  • State ID
  • Birth Certificate
  • School Transcripts
  • Drivers License (recipient must pay $10 of the $30 fee)

4th Saturdays
  • Bus Passes (starting at 11 AM, for the first ten people)

Hours we can assist these needs:
2nd & 4th Wednesdays, 9 AM-noon.

Recipient guidelines:
  • Applicants must provide a phone number and mailing address.
  • Out of state birth certificate request forms must be completed at time of request. A valid state photo ID is required to submit request form. 
  • When an application is approved, the voucher will be mailed to the mailing address you provide.

Need a meal, supplies, medical help, or other such needs?

Loaves & Fish is a weekly feeding ministry of FUMC that meets each Saturday morning. If you are in need, we provide sack lunches, and food pantry. A medical clinic is provided on the first and third Saturdays. All of these ministry helps are available from the covered entrance at the corner of Main and Perry. 

Saturday Hours

Meal & Food Pantry - 11 AM-1 PM

* Financial help may be available for prescriptions. All persons inquiring about financial assistance for prescriptions will need to bring a prescription and ID to the medical clinic.

Need other types of help?

If you are in need of other types of assistance, we recommend dialing 211. This is a confidential help line that can be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Among the help they may be able to provide:
  • Food, shelter, and utility assistance
  • Physical and mental health services
  • Job training and financial assistance
  • Home-delivered meals
  • Childcare and after-school programs
  • And more
211 serves Peoria, Tazewell, Woodford, Marshall, Stark, and Putnam Counties in Illinois.