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Financial Assistance Programs for Women

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Women across the country struggle every day to pay their bills. These organizations can help.

Help with Food

Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) is a program that offers assistance to women who need food and other services during pregnancy. The benefits are then transferred over to the infants after birth and remain available until the child reaches age five. Each state has its own contact number which can be found here.

Help with Shelter and Housing

HUD makes available affordable housing to low-income, the elderly, and the disabled. They offer private subsidized living along with public housing. Their main headquarters can be reached by calling (202) 708-1112.

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Section 8 is a voucher program that HUD dispenses to families that need money paying for rent. This allows a specific amount of money to be used towards the monthly living expense. There is an application process that can be discovered by calling 1 (800) 955-2232.

Help with Energy and Utilities

Net Wishgives out gifts or pre-paid cards and other aid to families that are struggling to pay their bills. They take requests for assistance on their website.

LIHEAP is a government program that gives aid to people who need help paying utility bills. There are income limits that must be met in order to qualify. More information can be uncovered by calling (202) 401-9351.

Help with Telephone and Internet Bills

Lifeline is a program that helps in covering the costs of home or wireless phone service or the internet. Reach out to your phone provider to see if you qualify.

Help with Childcare

The Child Care and Development Fund gives funds to families that need money to help in paying for child care expenses while they work. Get more details by calling (202) 690-6782.

Help with Medical and Dental Care

HeathWell Foundation gives those that are eligible, cash grants or financial aid to help pay for health costs and medical bills. They can be reached at (800) 675-8413.

Help with Legal Matters

Probono.net is a place where women who are in need of legal aid can go to find an attorney that will help them free of charge. Lawyers can be found by seeking out your individual state. They can also be contacted at (212) 760-2554 for more information.

Help with Financial Counseling

Women’s Institute for Financial Education is a non-profit group that ensures women can get the knowledge necessary to be financially independent. Contact them by calling (858) 524-0955.

OnTrack Financial Education & Counseling is provided free of charge through State Farm. They give women education and counseling surrounding finances. Call (828) 255-5166 to learn more.

Help From Other Groups

The Women’s Center offers counseling and education services for women that are looking for extra support. They accept health insurance and offer low rates. Reach them by calling (703) 281-2657.

Women For Sobriety, Inc. helps females that are fighting addiction to alcohol and other unhealthy behaviors. They can be reached by filling out their contact form or by calling (215) 536-8026.

If you are a woman struggling to make ends meet, get in touch with one of these groups who can provide you with support in many different ways.

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