Tri-County operates six single-family homes and seven apartment buildings that we rent out to the public. These buildings are scattered sites in the cities of Rock Falls, Sterling, Dixon and Wyanet. We provides stable, quality affordable housing opportunities for low and moderate-income families throughout the local communities. Tri-County complies with the Equal Housing Opportunity and the Fair Housing Acts. To apply for housing you can pick-up an application atthe Tri-County Weatherization office located at 405 Emmons Ave., Rock Falls, IL during normal business hours.…
Provides eligible individuals with financial assistance for transportation needs for those affected by COVID-19.
- Car Repairs – up to $1,000, must have been laid-off, loss hours, or were quarantined by a doctor; must show proof of secured employment, proof of car registration, proof of insurance, and a valid driver’s license.
- Bus Passes – provide to up 3 months of passes.
- License Plate Renewals – must have been laid-off, loss hours, or were quarantined by a doctor: must show proof of secured employment, proof of car insurance and a valid driver’s license.
- Car Insurance – provide up to 3 months of payments; must have been laid-off, loss hours, or were quarantined by a doctor; must show proof of car registration and a valid driver’s license.
Provides eligible households with financial assistance to purchase nutritious groceries for individuals/families that DO NOT receive SNAP benefits and have been affected by COVID-19.
- Provides a voucher to qualified households to purchase food items only from local grocery stores.
Provides eligible individuals with financial assistance to maintain a healthy and mental state for those affected by the COVID-19.
- Provides up to 3 months of prescription payments in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
- Provides up to $300 for those seeking mental health support to cover sessions with a mental health provider for COVID-19 related concerns.
Provides eligible individuals with rent, mortgage, and/or utility assistance in order to remain stably housed and sustain proficient utilities for those affected by COVID-19.
- Provides up to two months of rent or mortgage payment, up to $1600, for those affected by the pandemic: laid-off, loss of hours, or have been quarantined by a doctor.
- Provides up to $350 in utility support towards an electric, gas, or propane payment for those who do not qualify for LIHEAP assistance.