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Help for single mothers in Fresno

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If you are a single mother living in Fresno and need help paying bills and meeting basic expenses, there are lots of options for getting the help you need as a single mother.

Cash Assistance for single mothers

The California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) program at this link is the state implementation of the federal Temporary Assistance to Needy Families program (TANF). Fresno County also has a General Relief program for single mothers, individuals and childless couples at this link. The county also has a refugee Temporary Assistance program at this link and a Temporary Assistance program for Immigrants at this link.

Single mother Help with Food

CalFresh (Formerly known as the Food Stamp Program) provides monthly benefits to help low-income households and single mothers to purchase the food they need. Find more information at this link. If you need more immediate help with food, Fresno County’s 2-1-1 Central Valley database lists 21 different area food pantries at this link.

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Shelter & Housing benefits for single moms

If you need emergency shelter, Fresno County’s 2-1-1 Central Valley database lists 14 shelters at this link. You can also visit the HomelessShelterDirectory list at this link. Fresno County also has a limited Homeless Assistance program at this link. If you are a single mother needing help with rent payments, the 2-1-1 database lists four different options at this link.

Energy and Utilities grants for single mothers

The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) provides financial assistance to help offset an eligible Fresno County household’s home energy costs at this link. The State of California’s Energy Crisis Intervention Program (ECIP) provides assistance to eligible single mothers and families that are in a crisis situation at this link. PG&E, the electricity company for the area, has a page about its different assistance programs at this link. Finally, the 2-1-1 Central Valley database lists 9 different options for electric bill assistance at this link and 9 options for help with gas bills at this link.

Help with Telephone Bills

You can get a good discount on your telephone bill through the California Lifeline Program at this link.

Childcare grants for single mothers

Children’s Home Society of California has three Child Care Payment Programs that provide subsidized child care services to eligible families at this link. California’s Department of Social Services has a page that explains how child care subsidies work in the state at this link. The Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission (EOC) has a great site all about Head Start programming in the county at this link and another site about Early Head Start programs at this link.

Help with Medical and Dental Care

Fresno County’s 2-1-1 Central Valley database lists 15 clinics where you can get a wide variety of healthcare needs addressed at this link. It also lists 13 different places to get dental care at this link, and 29 places to receive medical care at this link.

Help with Legal Matters

The main sources of free legal help in Fresno are Central California Legal Services (CCLS) at this link and California Rural Legal Assistance at this link.

Financial Counseling for single mothers

Fresno County’s 2-1-1 Central Valley database lists four different places you can go to get credit and financial counseling services at this link.

Help for single mothers from Other Groups

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

Catholic Charities: Link.

Salvation Army: Link.

2-1-1 Central Valley: Link.

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