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Income Partners

Free Tax Clinic (PICCA)
469 East Ohio Street, Circleville, OH 43113 – 740.477.1655
With millions in unclaimed and undelivered tax refunds stacked up in the IRS bank account, the Free Tax Clinic helps qualified low-to-moderate income residents meet filing obligations.  It also ensures that these tax payers receive the credits and refunds to which they are entitled, while putting every dollar of their refund into their budgets and eventually back into our local economy. This past year, the program processed 845 tax returns, putting $1,096,366 in refunds back into the pockets of Pickaway County taxpayers.    
2017 Income Investment %: 7.8

Homeless Prevention (PICCA)
469 East Ohio Street, Circleville, OH 43113 – 740.477.1655
The Homeless Prevention program provides comprehensive, supportive services including case management and financial assistance that help participants realize and use the strengths they possess to prevent them from becoming homeless.  By placing people directly into housing or by preventing them from becoming homeless, the program can focus on household issues that caused their housing crisis.  Intensive case management provides that one person with whom families can communicate and thus stay on course with established goals to gain self-sufficiency and independent living.  Last year 72 households (131 people) received housing stability services including financial assistance for past due rent, past due utilities, first month’s rent and security deposit, and emergency hotel stays.
2017 Income Investment %: 28.6

Summer Fun Club (Pickaway County Family YMCA)
440 Nicholas Drive, Circleville, OH 43113 – 740.477.1661
The program provides working families, especially single parent households, summer education opportunities for their children.  Along with enabling parents to maintain employment, the children participate in adult-supervised and coordinated arts and crafts, sports and physical activities, free play, swimming, and field trips, and receive nutritious meals.  With a 98% satisfaction rate for programming, impact, and educational opportunities, Summer Fun Club aids in school readiness and knowledge retention, thus better preparing participants for the upcoming school year.
2017 Income Investment %: 7.8

Transitional Housing Advocacy (Haven House)
1180 North Court Street, Circleville, OH 43113 – 740.474.9430
Transitional Housing Advocacy provides services to first alleviate the immediate crisis in the lives of individuals and families served – homelessness.  Once basic living needs are met, the program works to identify the barriers preventing individuals and families from becoming self-sufficient and then directs them to resources that will get them back on their feet.  
2017 Income Investment %: 35.0

Wheels to Work (PICCA)
469 East Ohio Street, Circleville, OH 43113 – 740.477.1655
With transportation barriers often limiting residents’ mobility and employability, the Wheels to Work program encourages participants to save $1,000 in an Individual Development Account and have it matched 2:1.  Clients then use up to $3,000 to purchase dependable transportation to get to work or school.  Participants also complete financial literacy training as well as receive education on vehicle maintenance – all of which assist in the move toward financial independence.    
2017 Income Investment %: 8.0