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MOBILE RESOURCE BUS

Committed to Serving People in Rural Areas of Northeast Kansas

Direct assistance is provided to those living in rural, outlying areas through our two Mobile Resource buses. Each bus is equipped with basic essentials including food and clothing. In addition, a case manager is on board to provide rent, utility and medication assistance, as well as community referrals.

Catholic Charities is committed to serving those who live in rural areas where emergency assistance may not be easily accessible. We have two Mobile Resource buses which serve northeast Kansas.

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MOBILE RESOURCE BUS INFO SHEET

This information sheet in Adobe PDF format provides details about the Mobile Resource Bus that you can download.

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GUIDELINES FOR MOBILE RESOURCE BUS ASSISTANCE

Verification of Income

Paycheck stubs for the past 30 days, letter from employer if the person is paid in cash, SSI/SSD printout or bank statement showing deposit, SRS printout, Social Security award letter.

Rental Assistance

  • 3 day notice to pay or quit, eviction notice or late notice
  • Proof of income for the last 30 days for all adults in the household
  • Copy of lease
  • Driver’s license or State identification card
  • Social security card

Utility Assistance

  • Past due bill with shut-off notice or disconnection notice
  • Proof of income for the last 30 days for all adults in the household
  • Driver’s license or State identification card
  • Social security card

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