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Help for single mothers in Atlanta

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If are a resident of Atlanta and need help paying bills and meeting basic expenses, there are lots of options for getting the help you need. Note that where listings in the Greater Atlanta 2-1-1 online database are referenced, the groups and programs listed are located in and around zip code 30303.

Cash Assistance for single mothers in Atlanta

Georgia’s Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) is the monthly cash assistance program with an employment services component for low-income families with children under age 18, and children age 18 who attend school full-time. Find out more on single mother grants at this link.

Single mother Help with Food

The Georgia Food Stamp Program, federally known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), provides monthly benefits to low-income households to help pay for the cost of food. Find out more at this link. Low-income families and single mothers of Atlanta can also access the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Supplemental Nutrition Program at this link. If you need more immediate assistance with food or meals, the Greater Atlanta 2-1-1 online database lists 37 different food pantries at this link, and 13 different soup kitchens at this link.

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Shelter & Housing grants for single moms

Nicholas House is the only shelter in Atlanta that helps homeless families regardless of family makeup with housing and a path to self-sufficiency. The Greater Atlanta 2-1-1 online database lists 7 homeless shelters in downtown Atlanta at this link, five places to turn for mortgage payment assistance at this link, and four places to turn for rent payment assistance at this link. If you’re in danger of foreclosure, visit HomeSafe Georgia at this link.

Energy and Utilities grants for single mothers

The Energy Assistance Program (EAP) at this link helps pay for some home heating and cooling costs for low-income eligible families while the Weatherization Program at this link provides low-cost home energy conservation improvements to eligible households. In addition, the Greater Atlanta 2-1-1 online database lists three places that will help with electric bill payment assistance at this link, five places that will help with gas bill payments at this link, and three places that will help with water bill payment assistance at this link.

Telephone Bills grants for single parents

Find more about the Lifeline telephone bill assistance program and Link-Up Georgia from Georgia Public service Commission at this link.

Help with Childcare

Low-income families and single moms may apply for Childcare and Parent Services, a program that helps pay for child care for those under 13 years of age. Visit Georgia COMPASS to apply at this link. The Georgia Head Start program promotes the school readiness of children from birth to age five from low-income families by enhancing their cognitive, social, and emotional development. This program also provides Early Head Start, which serves infants, toddlers, and pregnant women and their families who have incomes below the federal poverty level. Find out more about both programs in the Atlanta area at the Metro Atlanta YMCA website at this link.

Help with Medical and Dental Care

PeachCare for Kids offers free and low-cost health insurance to uninsured, eligible children living in Atlanta and Georgia at this link. Georgia Medicaid at this link provides health coverage to thousands of needy families in Georgia, including children, pregnant women, parents, seniors and individuals with disabilities. The Greater Atlanta 2-1-1 online database lists 12 places in downtown Atlanta that provide general dentistry services at this link, and a host of places to receive all kinds of different medical care at this link.

Help for single mothers with Legal Matters

Options for getting legal assistance in Atlanta include the Atlanta Legal Aid Society at this link and the Georgia Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty at this link.

Help with Financial Counseling

The Greater Atlanta 2-1-1 online database lists 10 different options for receiving credit counseling at this link, and a host of other financial counseling areas at this link.

Help for single mothers from Other Groups

There are many groups in Atlanta that provide single mothers all kinds of services related to many of the areas mention above, including the following:

Salvation Army of Atlanta: Link.

Society of St. Vincent de Paul Georgia: Link.

Catholic Charities Atlanta: Link.

Greater Atlanta 2-1-1: Link.

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