Emergency Assistance & Client Advocacy 

Wherever possible, our goal is to prevent crisis through proactive planning and personal finance consultation. 

Our Client advocates can help:

  • Identify potential sources of assistance

  • Complete scholarship or assistance applications

  • Assist with the Medicaid and Kidcare/CHIP insurance programs

  • Facilitate payments and/or establish payment plans

  • Provide general explanation of complicated billing and payment systems

Through the Emergency Assistance Fund, One22 provides temporary aid to eligible households and individuals who are facing severe financial difficulties due to unexpected circumstances, either with short-term assistance or more specialized financial and counseling aid to regain stability.

Examples of emergency circumstances include:

  • Loss of employment

  • Terminal illness or death

  • Severe illness and/or urgent medical care

  • Loss of housing

  • Natural disaster

Our goal is to bring temporary relief to crisis situations, as well as lasting stabilization and recovery, by identifying all resources available (benefits, social service referral, and financial aid.

Limited financial aid is offered after a thorough review process which involves a caseworker’s consultation, coordination with One22’s client service team, followed by presentation and review by a Determination Committee comprised of experienced and compassionate community members who have offered philanthropic supported to the Emergency Assistance Fund. 

The Emergency Assistance Funds, housed at One22, are comprised of donations from generous community members, the Salvation Army and the Community Service Block Grant. 

Newly established Critical Incident Relief Grants are special grants within One22’s Emergency Assistance Program that can be mobilized in response to unusual incidents that affect groups of people and are externally-driven, unforeseen, and expected to stabilize within a year. Examples of these include natural disaster, extreme weather, public health pandemic, catastrophic accident, or massive work loss. The first implementation of the Critical Incident Relief Grants was the Shutdown Relief Grants, launched in January 2019 in response to the temporary federal government shutdown, which began on December 22, 2018.

Download parameters and policies of Critical Incident Relief Grants here.



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Contact Us

Call us at 307-739-4500 or send us a message.


Main office 

170 North Glenwood Street
Jackson, WY, 83002