General Assistance

General Assistance


The Davie County General Assistance Program provides temporary financial assistance in emergency situations. This program is completely funded by the county who determines how the money is to be used.

Crisis Intervention Program


The Crisis Intervention Program provides emergency financial assistance to low income families or individuals who are faced with a heating or cooling related crisis. 

Who might be eligible?


1. Household must meet an income test.
2. Household must be in a heating or cooling-related emergency.
3. Household must include a U.S. citizen or an eligible alien.

Where to Apply?


In Mocksville at 642 Wilkesboro Street
Applications are taken 8:30am - 5:00pm, Monday through Friday.

North Carolina's Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP)


The Low Income Energy Assistance Program gives families a one-time vendor payment to help pay their heating bills.

Who might be eligible?


Families that meet all of the following:
1. Household must meet an income test.
2. Household must be responsible for its heating bills.
3. Household cannot have resources over $2,250.00
4. The household must include a U.S. citizen or an eligible alien
5. Priority in eligibility is given to disabled persons receiving services through the Division of Aging and Adult Services or households containing a person age 60 and above from December 1st through December 31st. All households can apply January through March or until funds are exhausted.

Where to Apply?


In Mocksville at 642 Wilkesboro Street.
Applications are taken 8:30am - 5:00pm, Monday through Friday.

Emergency Assistance


Emergency assistance services provides short-term assistance to citizens in crisis when no other funds are available to alleviate the crisis.

Services to the Blind


Services to enable visually impaired persons to regain or maintain a level of safety and independence and remain in their current living and work situations. 

Transportation Services


Transportation services enable individuals for whom transportation is not otherwise available to have access to medical and health resources, shopping facilities, education, recreational, and employment and training opportunities. 


Contact Us


For questions about the General Assistance Program or how you can apply for this resource, please contact the Social Services Department at (336) 753-6180.