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Financial Assistance for Single Mothers

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If you are a single mother struggling to make ends meet, there are plenty of options and programs out there that can help you get the help you need.

Cash Assistance

The Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) wants to help families become more self-sufficient. Their goal for single mothers is to provide assistance so that children can be taken care of at home and promote job preparation. They can be reached by calling (202) 401-9275.

Help with Food

There are food banks located across the country that help single mothers get the food they need to feed their families. A nearby location can be discovered by visiting the Feeding America web page or by calling (800) 771-2303.

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Help with Shelter and Housing

The USDA provides loan programs for those that meet their income-eligibility requirements. The money can be used for closing costs, refinancing, repairs, connection fees, household equipment, energy efficient installments, and more.  Details can be uncovered by calling (800) 414-1226.

Help with Energy and Utilities

Federal funding and grants are obtainable by requesting assistance through Single Mother Help. They focus on getting single mothers the money they need to raise their families on their own.

Help with Telephone and Internet Bills

In today’s technological world it is essential to have a telephone and internet to stay up-to-date and in contact with all the necessary connections. Lifeline is a government program that will help ensure that people who qualify based on a low-income can stay in touch.

Help with Childcare

Help A Mother Out is a group that provides diapers to mothers that need them for their babies. They can be reached by filling out the form on their website or by dialing 2-1-1.

Office of Child Care provides the financial assistance necessary so kids can go to a quality daycare or afterschool program while their mom’s work. They can be reached at (202) 690-6782.

There are a plethora of companies that provide childcare assistance on both the federal and state level that can be explored by visiting SingleMoms.org.

Help with Medical and Dental Care

Medicaid is a federal insurance program that is available to families that qualify. There is an application process that determines if a child or adult can benefit from the program. Call the federal insurance Marketplace at 1 (800) 318-2596 to learn more.

Help with Legal Matters

Find free legal assistance in relation to the state by visiting here.

Help with Financial Counseling

Getting out of debt can be impossible while trying to raise children alone. Credit unions like America First Credit Union, banks, religious organizations, and other groups may be able to help.

Help From Other Groups

There are an abundance of other charities and groups that are out there to help as well. Get free clothes through places like Craigslist, Super Ads, and FreeClassifieds.

As a single mother, it is okay to ask for help when you need it. Get in touch with one of these groups or programs to help you get back on your feet.

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