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Carroll County FDC OfficeCarroll County Family Development Center
23751 Highway 30
Carroll, IA 51401
Phone: 712.792.9266 ext. 1642
Fax: 712.792.1956
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Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Closed on all Federal Holidays

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The Carroll County Family Development Center serves income eligible residents in Carroll County. The Family Development Center is the information, application and referral center for all of the income eligible programs offered by New Opportunities, Inc. to serve families, individuals and elderly people of Carroll County.

 Individuals must be on a current program to participate in annual events.

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Services Available

Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

When to apply:

          Elderly (60 & over) and/or disabled apply October 1st to April 30th.

          All other households apply November 1st to April 30th 

(available by appointment) - Click here for Application in English!

                                            - Click here for Application in Spanish!

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LIHEAP is a federally-funded program that has been established to help qualifying low-income Iowa homeowners and renters pay for a portion of their primary heating costs for the winter heating season. By doing so, you can reduce the risk of health and safety problems (such as illness, fire or eviction). The assistance is based on household income, household size, type of fuel, and type of housing. LIHEAP currently has an income guideline of 200% POV or lower.

Where to apply for LIHEAP?

What to bring to my appointment?

Other Forms Available:

FY 2024 Poverty Guidelines (200% POV)

Household Size Annual Gross Income
1 $29,160
2 $39,440
3 $49,720
4 $60,000
5 $70,280
6 $80,560
7 $90,840
8 $101,120
Each Additional Member Add: $10,280


Utility Crisis Assistance


Utility Crisis Assistance provides help to income eligible households with limited resources. Utility Crisis Assistance currently has an income guideline of 200% POV or lower. Visit the Utility Crisis Assistance page to view more information.


Your application for energy assistance is also an application for weatherization of your home. Weatherization currently has an income guideline of 200% POV or lower. Visit the Weatherization page to view more information.

Food Pantry

Food boxes are available once a month to Carroll County families in need. Depending on availability, a food box would consist of meats, canned goods, baking products and toiletry items. There is no charge for the food pantry, but you will be asked basic household information, proof of residency in Carroll County, and social security card or ID when applying. The New Opportunities Food Pantry is a proud partner of the Food Bank of Iowa. The Food Bank of Iowa supplements food pantry needs.

Carroll County Food Pantry locations:


  • New Opportunities Carroll County Family Development Center, 23781 Hwy 30, Carroll, IA 51401

  • Serving Carroll County


  • 318 Main Street, Suite B, Manning, IA 51455

  • Serving families in the IKM-Manning School District

  • Contact the New Opportunities Carroll County Family Development Center to see if you qualify, 712-792-9266, ext. 1642


Are you or someone in your family in need of clothing? Stop in to see the range of donated items available, examples include: clothing, coats, and shoes. The cost for the items is very minimal. The money received from these purchases is used to help out other crisis situations that do occur. All items are donated to center for re-sale. New donated items are received daily. To make a donation of clothing items, please contact RoAnn to make an appointment.

FaDSS - Family Development and Self-Sufficiency Program

Visit the Family Development and Self Sufficiency Program page for more information. The FaDSS program works to improve the lives of families at risk of long-term welfare dependency or family instability by creating opportunities for self-sufficiency. 

Financial Literacy Counseling

Visit the Financial Literacy Counseling page for more information on how to build your financial security through reducing debt, building savings, restoring credit, budgeting and wise shopping.

Disaster Assistance

Visit the Disaster Assistance page for more information on the Iowa Individual Disaster Assistance Grant Program and the Iowa Disaster Case Advocacy Program along with the application for assistance.

Other Services Offered

Additional New Opportunities Services

County Resource Directories

Elderly Waiver Chore Program

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