605 East Walnut Street Dickson, Tennessee 37055615-441-2830 or EMERGENCY - 24 Hours: 615-441-2830 and press 1Monday thru Friday 7:30am – 4:30pm

Agencies Offer that Utility Payment Assistance:

(Please note: Each agency has their specific criteria for providing assistance.  GDGA cannot guarantee that any agency will provide assistance.)

Community Agencies:

Dickson County Help Center, Dickson: (615) 441-0076 https://dicksoncountyhelpcenter.org/

Helping Hands of Hickman County, Lyles: (931) 670-1008 https://www.facebook.com/helpinghandsofhickman/

The Ark Community Resource and Assistance Center, Kingston Springs: (615) 952-2527 http://ark-noahs.org/

You can also contact the following county agencies that administer federal funds from the Low-Income Housing Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP):

Dickson County

Highland Rim Economic Corporation

(615) 446-2476

705B Colonial Village, Dickson

Cheatham County

Mid-Cumberland Community Action Agency

(615) 792-3632

296 Frey Street #4, Ashland City

Hickman County

South Central Human Resource Agency

(931) 729-5921

101 College Street, Centerville

Houston County

Highland Rim Economic Corporation

(931) 289-4101

213 College Street, Erin

Montgomery County

Clarksville-Montgomery County Community Action Agency

(931) 648-5774

350 Pageant Lane #307, Clarksville

Special COVID Relief Funds

Tennessee Department of Human Services Assistance

On March 25, the Tennessee Department of Human Services announced that emergency cash assistance applications are now being accepted online for qualifying families that lost a job as a result of the pandemic state of emergency. Beginning on March 26, families can apply online for up to two months of emergency cash assistance if they were employed as of March 11, 2020, and have lost employment or at least 50 percent of their earned income as a result of the pandemic. Click the following link above for more information: https://www.tn.gov/humanservices/news/2020/3/25/financial-aid-available-for-certain-families-that-lost-employment-due-to-covid-19.html