Help Access

We Are Committed

To Break The Cycle Of Poverty In Pakistan

The Community Assistance & Support Program to Deliver Services

Pakistan has been overwhelmed with the nature of calamites that it has been struck with one after the other. The Flood in 2010 was known as one of the worst in UN’s history with around 13.8 million persons as affected by this flood alone. In 2013, an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.7 shook the south-western Baluchistan killing at least 370 people and leaving 100,000 homeless. Other disaster also challenged the humanitarian efforts in Pakistan. In these troubled times, HELP has contributed and continues to volunteer its services in providing disaster relief to the citizens of Pakistan.  

Help provides income assistance to low-income adult for Basic Education, workforce development or skills training programs.

We, help families access a broad array of supports and services, including formal supports (such as paid respite care) and informal supports (such as parent-to-parent connections) and a community system of services that promote the well-being of families and their children with special needs. We help people that need acute, palliative, and supportive care to stay independent at home. It also helps reduce unnecessary hospital admissions and the length of hospital stays.

You or your guardian may be eligible to receive funding based on assessed need – called individualized funding – to arrange and manage your own supportive services for home care.

HELP Objective of Access Program

  1. The Living Income – a fixed amount of monthly income that allows beneficiaries the opportunity to make decisions and have more control over how to spend their income. Participants make decisions on how much to spend on shelter, food, basic transportation and other items.
  2. The Disability Income – is designed to help with costs related to the impact of disability.
  3. The Exceptional Need Income – helps individuals with a number of special circumstances. For example, additional income is available for clothing recommended by a health professional, special food items, food and grooming costs associated with service animals, and home care.

Benefits of HELP Access Program

  1. Increases families' level of knowledge about their child's condition.
  2. Increases families' feeling of competence in their caregiving.
  3. Connects parents with similar experiences.
  4. Fosters development of new social relationships.
  5. Reduces the sense of isolation.
  6. Provides opportunities for families to support others and to improve the service system.