Our Application Process
All service request of the organization will require an application process. Applications can be filled online, or are required to be downloaded, printed out, manually completed, signed, dated, and returned back to the organization for processing. Physical copies of applications can be acquired at our public offices when their services are available to the public. If an application cannot be completed online, we encourage applicants to download the application, and swiftly return it to speed up processing . The acceptable return options will be listed on each application, as the return options are not all the same. Application processing is done in chronological order in which the organization receives them. Applications that are not fully completed or returned in the required manner may not be processed. Due to the high volume of applications the organization receives applicants who submit incomplete applications may not be contacted for corrections.
When checking on the status of an application, only the applying applicant listed on the application can be updated on its status. Each application will require a processing code to which all applicants will create. Processing codes must be verified before any information can be shared about the application's status. Applicants applying for any form of assistance should provide a current driver's license or state issued I.D. Ideally we expect the address on the application to also match the address on either the applicant's current driver's license or state issued I.D. We may request permission to make a copy of an applicants proof of identity for organizational purposes. No personal identifiable information provided to our organization will ever be made public or shared with any other party. Proof of identity is required for services that render financial or food assistance.
All questions about "Our Application Process" should be submitted to our Human Resources Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.