MesaCAN programs and services include…
Mesa residents facing an economic emergency that is impacting their housing, health and safety can find relief and case management through rent, mortgage and utility bill assistance. Work assistance, resources and referrals are an integral part of the program.
2009 Financial Education Classes
Individual Development Accounts (IDA)
In a partnership with Mesa Community College and Mesa United Way, the IDA program offers matched funds to qualifiying individuals and families for the purchase of a home, small business ownership or education.
Applicants agree to save regularly over a period of time and participate in financial management training. For every dollar saved, another dollar is matched. Upon completion of the savings plan and purchase of your designated asset, match funds are dispersed to appropriate third parties.
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
IRS-trained volunteers electronically prepare and file tax returns each February through April 15 for low-income Mesa residents.
MesaCAN Fact Sheet
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