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Single mothers assistance in Kentucky

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When times are tough everyone can use a helping hand. The resources listed below are for discounts on services such as weatherization, telephones, and spay/neuter costs for pets. There are public and private agencies and organizations to help single mothers who are struggling financially.

Telephone Discount for single mothers

America is a country of contrasts. While one person is standing in line to buy the newest really-smart phone, another is struggling to continue basic phone service in their home. For low-income eligible households, there is help. Lifeline is a federal program that helps make telephone service more affordable. A household may receive a Lifeline discount on one wireless or one wireline (landline) telephone. Lifeline recipients have a reduction in monthly residence line fees, free toll blocking service and other discounts as determined by Lifeline and your local telephone carrier.

Lifeline provides a discount of $9.25 on monthly service. The state of Kentucky also believes everyone should have a telephone and offers additional savings that adds up to $12.75 per month. Read about eligibility and saving money on your telephone. Contact your telephone company for detailed information. If you still have questions on single mother assistance, you may call 800-772-4636.

Kentucky Weatherization Assistance Program for single mothers

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Does the mere thought of spending another winter in your cold, drafty home make you shiver? Are your utility bills going through the roof along with most of your heat? The Kentucky Weatherization Assistance Program was designed to help low-income households save money on their utility bills while preventing energy loss.

Weatherization usually consists of caulking, weatherstripping around windows and doors, insulation in the attic, basement and walls of the residence and some cases if the primary heating source is damaged or cannot be repaired the agency may replace the unit. Weatherization will make your home more comfortable while you are saving money on your utility payment and reducing energy consumption. Discover more about weatherization.single mother assistance.

Help Finding Food

Hunger is a problem in the U.S., and Kentucky is no exception. There are adults and children who need food. As of January 2015, over 816,000 people in Kentucky participated in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.

SNAP benefits are not intended to purchase all of your food. Utilize food pantries, community gardens and other programs.

Additional services:

  • Afterschool Nutritious Snack
  • When money is tight, eat healthy
  • Women, Infants and Children (WIC)

The Kentucky SNAP Hotline number 800-372-2970 is for food emergencies for single mothers.

Eviction/Foreclosure Assistance for single parents

Has your landlord sent you an eviction letter or have you been served with legal notice? Are you about to lose your home to foreclosure? Both situations require professional legal help. Unfortunately, many people in these situations do not have the money for legal help. There are resources such as the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development or HOPE, offering free counseling over the phone 888-995-HOPE (4673)

Kentucky has four programs that provide a wide range of legal services to low income single mothers and elderly Kentuckians. If you rent your home and need assistance with eviction find help near you.

AppalReD Legal Aid (eastern and south central Kentucky)
New clients call 866-277-5733       Local: 606-886-3876

Kentucky Legal Aid (western Kentucky)
866-453-9243         800-782-1924   Local: 270-782-1924

Legal Aid of the Bluegrass (northern and central Kentucky)
859-431-8200

Veterans’ Project: 866-516-3054

Legal Aid Society (Louisville and the surrounding counties)
800-292-1862
502-584-1254

Array of resources for eviction prevention assistance.

Temporary Cash Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)/Kentucky Transitional Assistance Program (K-TAP)

Sometimes you just need a little help. If your family is low-income and eligible for benefits, TANF can offer assistance. The TANF program works to assist families in becoming self-sufficient. In Kentucky the plan is also known as Kentucky Transitional Assistance Program. (K-TAP)

TANF promotes:

* Assisting needy families so that children can be cared for in their  homes

* Preventative measures for out of wedlock pregnancy.

* Encouragement of two parent families.

* Reduction of the dependency of needy parents by assisting with job

preparation.

How to apply for TANF. You can also call 855-306-8959 for single mother assistance.

Utility Assistance for single mothers

Is it difficult to pay your utility bill? Do you have to decide between what bills to pay and what will have to go? It doesn’t have to be that way. There is help, through public and private agencies. If you are unable to pay your power bill call your local utility company immediately to make arrangements.

Here you will find a comprehensive list of agencies who can provide emergency utility assistance. for single mothers .

Information regarding Kentucky Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program.

Oldham County Kentucky Department of Health and Family Services 800-456-3452

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