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Single mothers assistance in Iowa

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Lifeline Telephone Discount for single mothers

Having access to a phone is a necessity, not a luxury. Not everyone can afford the latest smarterphone. Some people cannot afford a basic wireline (landline) telephone. For the elderly, people with disabilities, and those with low-income there is help through the Lifeline program.

Lifeline is a federally funded program that provides financial assistance to low-income residents and single mothers to help ensure they can afford telephone service. The discount is for both traditional wireline (landline) services or through a qualified wireless provider. Traditional home telephone Lifeline programs save money because there is no service connection fee, a deposit is not required to establish service, and customers receive a discount for $9.25 on the monthly basic service charge. There are additional services for making payment arrangements, re-connect fees and more. Visit the website for more information on single mother assistance or call 877-565-4450.

Eviction/Foreclosure Assistance for single mothers

Many Americans are living from one paycheck to another. It does not take much to disrupt that routine. Staying home with a sick child, vehicle breakdown or medical emergency are just a few of the ways you can become behind on your rent.

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The Iowa Finance Authority (IFA) has a variety of programs that address a range of housing needs. The focus is preventing homelessness by keeping people in their homes. Toward that goal, there are programs such as Home and Community Based Service (HCBS). This is a rent subsidy program for people who receive services under Medicaid waiver, and who are at risk for nursing home placement, with assistance in monthly rent payments to help them live independently until they become eligible for other local, state or federal rent assistance. This is especially useful to seniors and persons with disabilities. Call 800-432-7230 for single mother assistance or learn more here.

If you know you will be making your mortgage payment late, you should inform the mortgage holder. Explain why your payment will not be on time and when you will be sending it. Maintaining communication with the mortgage holder is extremely beneficial.

Iowa Mortgage Help initiative can aid Iowa residents who are experiencing difficulties making timely mortgage payments. Whether you are currently behind on monthly mortgage payments or you know you will be unable to make an upcoming payment contact Iowa Mortgage Help now. The counselors will be able to help you identify the best course of action for your personal circumstances.

There are thousands of people in Iowa struggling to keep their home. Find out today what steps you can take to avoid foreclosure. For more information about foreclosure call 877-622-4866. Here you will find an application for mortgage assistance.

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) for single mothers

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) known in Iowa as the Family Investment Programs (FIP). FIP provides cash assistance to help support low-income families and single mothers with children. The program provides services for the families to become self-sufficient.

The federal government sets the essential rules for administering FIP cash assistance. Ensuring all program requirements are met falls to the states. The Family Investment Programs requires that you have minor children (under the age of 18 or 19 and still in high school) in the home.

To learn more about FIP visit this website, call 515-281-6899 or 800-972-2017.

Free or Low Cost Medical Care

It can be extremely challenging just to pay for the basics in life leaving many people with difficult decisions regarding what to pay and what must wait. Usually, this means that medical care is likely to be pushed aside. Fortunately, there are organizations that provide healthcare for those who cannot afford it.

The largest network of free medical clinics in Iowa is Free Clinics of Iowa. The Free Clinics of Iowa is a not-for-profit organization, supported by donors with over 30 clinics in Iowa. The essential healthcare services are provided by volunteer physicians, nurses, and other medical professionals at no charge to the patients. Find a clinic in your county.

Food Assistance for single mothers

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is the nation’s largest food safety net. In Iowa, SNAP is called Food Assistance, formerly known as Food Stamps. The program helps low-income Iowans buy nutritious food for a healthy diet. Fresh, nutritious foods, fruits, and vegetables are expensive, and SNAP is intended to help offset that cost. SNAP is not designed to provide all of your food needs. Stretch your food purchases by using food pantries or community gardens and other local food resources. Applying is easy online. Contact by phone 877-347-5678 for single mother assistance.

Utility Assistance for single mothers

Utility bills are usually the largest household expenditure after the mortgage or rent. Unfortunately, that sometimes means choosing between paying the power bill or eating. It does not need to be that way. There are programs to help individuals and families pay their utility bills and find ways to reduce the amount of energy consumed.

  • A variety of ways ways to save
  • Learn how to save money with Energy Star
  • Save money in your manufacured (mobile) home
  • Iowa Weatherization Assistance Program
  • Iowa Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP)
  • Energy efficiency improvements earns tax credits
  • A variety of services and programs and where to apply

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