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Help for single mothers in Tucson

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

Cash Assistance program for single mothers

The Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) in AZ takes the form of a Cash Assistance program at this link to provide temporary cash benefits and supportive services to the neediest of Arizona’s children and their families.

Food assistance programs for single mothers

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) in Arizona at this link supplies EBT cards that can be used just like debit cards to buy food. The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) at this link provides needy people of Arizona with a variety of Food assistance to help feed them and their families in an emergency situation. Pima County has a page about a few other food assistance programs at this link. If you need more immediate food assistance, the 2-1-1 Pima County online database lists 50 different places to get food at this link such as food banks, and lists 15 places where you can get a meal if you need one at this link.

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Shelter & Housing programs for single mothers

If you need emergency shelter, the 2-1-1 Pima County online database lists 7 different homeless shelters, although the HomelessShelterDirectory lists more like 13 at this link. The 2-1-1 directory also lists 15 different places you can turn if you need rent payment assistance at this link and six different groups and programs that can help single mothers with mortgage payment assistance at this link.

Energy and Utilities grants for single mothers

Pima County has a webpage detailing what documentation you need to get a variety of utility assistance at this link. Tucson Electric Power’s Residential Lifeline Discount Program at this link provides qualifying customers discounts off their TEP residential bills each month. In addition, the 2-1-1 Pima County online database lists 14 options for receiving electric bill assistance at this link, 14 options for gas bill assistance at this link, six options for getting help with medical bills at this link, and 13 options for getting help with water bills at this link. The Low Income Energy Conservation (LIEC) Program at this link works in partnership with the Arizona Energy Office to provide free energy audits, conservation education, and comprehensive weatherization materials that increase energy efficiency and safety in the homes of low-income single mothers and families.

Help with Telephone Bills

In order to make phone call service more affordable for low-income households, CenturyLink, formerly known as Qwest, provides the Lifeline Discount Program to needy resident of Tuscon and throughout Arizona at this link.

Childcare grants for single mothers

The Department of Economic Security provides Child Care Assistance to help eligible families with the cost of childcare so that parents can go to work or attend training or school, or other approved activities. Find out more at this link. Child-Parent Centers is the group that runs Head Start programming in Tucson and surrounding areas. Find out more at this link.

Help with Medical Care

The Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) at this link offers several low or no cost medical coverage programs to Arizona needy families and children. The 2-1-1 Pima County online database lists 15 options for getting general dental care at this link, and 35 places to go to for a wide ranger of general healthcare issues at this link. It also has a pages where you can zero in on a range of specific health issues at this link.

Help with Legal Matters

The main provider of free legal services for low-income people in Tucson is South Arizona Legal Aid at this link.

Financial Counseling programs for single moms

The 2-1-1 Pima County online database lists 13 different places you can go for budget, credit, and debt counseling services at this link.

Help for single mothers from Other Groups

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

Community Action Agency: Link.

Salvation Army Tucson: Link.

Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona: Link.

St. Vincent de Paul of Southern Arizona: Link.

2-1-1 Pima County: Link.


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