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Help for single mothers in Kansas City

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If you are a single mother living in Kansas City 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 Missouri Work Assistance (MWA) Program, also known as Temporary Assistance (TA), is a program designed to provide cash benefits to low-income families for such needs as clothing, utilities and other services. Find out more at this link. The 2-1-1 of Greater Kansas City online database has a list of 40 different groups and programs that provide temporary cash assistance to single mothers for a variety of purposes at this link.

Food benefits for single moms

The low-income earners in Kansas City can enter the Food Stamp Program at this link, which helps them buy food in the market. If you need more immediate assistance with food and meals, Kansas City Help has a great page all about food pantries in the area at this link. You can also visit the 2-1-1 of Great Kansas City online database, which lists nearly 500 different food pantries at this link, and 55 different soup kitchens where you can get a meal at this link.

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Shelter & Housing grants for single mothers

If you need emergency shelter, the 2-1-1 of Greater Kansas City online database lists 36 different shelters in the area at this link, as well as 13 different programs that will help put you up at a motel or hotel for 1-3 nights at this link. The database also lists 48 places that can help you pay your mortgage payment at this link, and 142 different places to turn if you need help paying your rent at this link.

Single mother help with Energy and utility bills

The Missouri Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) at this link has two components: Energy Assistance (EA), which help the needy family pay their electricity bills and Energy Crisis Intervention Program (ECIP), which helps the vulnerable people in Kansas City during energy crisis. There is also HeatShare at this link, a utility assistance program administered through The Salvation Army. In addition, the 2-1-1 of Greater Kansas City online database lists nearly 400 groups and programs that help people pay their utility bills at this link.

Telephone Bills grants for single mothers

Missouri participates in the national Lifeline program to provide low-income people with a discount on their telephone bills. Find out more at this link.

Childcare grants for single mothers

Missouri’s Child Care/Early Childhood Services department runs a Child Care assistance program at this link to provide reimbursement to parents or direct payments to eligible childcare providers. Its purpose is to assist families with childcare expenses to allow the parents to work or to attend school or training programs. Head Start in Kansas City at this link is designed specifically for children ages six weeks old through pre-kindergarten. It provides childcare and education, including dental and health services, to low-income families and single mothers.

Help with Medical Care

The Kansas City CARE Health Clinic at this link is one of the largest free and charitable health clinics in the city. It helps keep the uninsured and underinsured healthy. If you need assistance paying your medical bills, Saint Luke’s may be able to help at this link. The 2-1-1 of Greater Kansas City online database lists 226 different community clinics where you can get medical and dental care at this link.

Help with Legal Matters

Kansas Legal Services is a non-profit law firm and community education organization that provide free civil legal services in the city at this link.

Financial Counseling for single mothers

Budget and Financial Management Assistance at this link provides budgeting, bill payment and advocacy to the needy in the Kansas City Metropolitan area.

Help for single mothers from Other Groups

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

United Services Community Action Agency: Link.

Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas: Link.

Salvation Army Kansas City: Link.

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