Are you faced with a crisis: loss of job, cut in work hours, medical crisis or going through a tough time. AUM is here to help keep your lights, water and gas on. We can only help Arlington residents and help one time a year.
PLEASE BE AWARE WE ARE EXPERIENCING A HIGH VOLUME OF REQUESTS FOR ASSISTANCE.
We are doing our best to contact you as soon as we can.
Arlington Urban Ministries Thriving Families Program intervenes when clients are faced with imminent eviction, offering 3-6 months of case management, rental assistance and financial literacy to selected families committed to achieving sustained financial and housing stability.
~ City of Arlington Resident
~Gross income (at or below 30% of the AMI)
1 person household - $16,000
2 person household - $18,250
3 person household - $20,550
4 person household - $22,800
~Eviction Notice or Notice to Vacate
~Rent at or below market value
1 bedroom - $853
2 bedroom - $1,068
3 bedroom - $1,460
4 bedroom - $1,851
~Must be able to document a hardship beyond the household's control
In partnership with the Tarrant Area Food Bank, AUM hosts a monthly Mobile Food Pantry in east Arlington to distribute fresh fruit, vegetables, dairy, bread and meat to low income families.
1st Wednesday of each month
2200 E Park Row Arlington, 76010
8:45 am until all food is distributed
PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN BAGS
For more information about our programs, please contact
AUM and volunteers are reaching out and building meaningful relationships with our homeless friends, hosting a hot dog lunch and fellowship twice a month and providing referrals to specialized services for this community.
Every 1st Thursday &
During special times of the year, AUM provides seasonal programs giving extra support to families during their time of greatest need. Through generous group and individuals, AUM is able to provide families with food, gift certificates and holiday joy; something many would go without during a financial hardship.
AUM also offers a limited food pantry for the clients we serve: nonperishable food, personal hygiene items, and diapers. Our case managers assist clients in identifying their essential needs, and help with providing critical services and referral information.