Single mothers assistance in Missouri

Section 8 public assistance program in Missouri — This public assistance program is funded by the government and is aimed at helping low income families and single mothers deal with overdue rent. Local agencies administer this program — if you are in need of rent assistance, contact a housing authority near your location today to know eligibility requirements and application information.  Some — not all — of housing authorities are listed below :

Alton Housing Authority
111 Walnut
Alton
MO 65606

Aurora
111 W Springfield Street
Aurora
MO 65605

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Bloomfield
476 Hester Street
Bloomfield
MO 63825

Brunswick
510 N Adams Street
Brunswick
MO 65236

Fayette
302 Villers Drive
Fayette
MO 65248

Princeton
801 E Hickland Street
Princeton
MO 64673

Missouri HeatShare program — helps with heating and energy bills. Salvation Army runs this program to aid low income families and single mothers who need help with overdue energy bills. Call 800-427-4626 for more information on this assistance program.  Or find your local Salvation Army location and visit the center to get application details.

Missouri Community Clinics — If you have no health insurance or limited health plans, community clinics near you can offer medical care free of charge. Low to moderate income families and single mothers can also receive financial assistance — affordable charges will be applicable, though. Find a community clinic near your location today to get medical help.

ANNAPOLIS FAMILY CLINIC
202 N. Allen St.
Annapolis, MO 63620-8778
573-663-2313

SHANNON COUNTY FAMILY CLINIC
209 Main St.
Eminence, Missouri 65466
573-663-2313

JEFFERSON CITY CLINIC
408 Dix Rd.
Jefferson City, MO 65109-1455
573-632-2777

Missouri Agency on aging — If you are a senior who is need of financial help, local Agency on Aging can help with offering referrals to assistance programs in your location. This helps seniors gain benefits faster and far easier. Case management services are also offered to seniors by Agency on Aging staff. In addition to educational information and benefits referrals, transportation services and legal services are also offered. Find an agency near your location today to get started — find locations here

Transitional housing services — Those who are on the verge of getting evicted or those who are currently homeless can apply for transitional housing services in Missouri. Several non profit organizations help families in crisis with short term housing. In addition to housing services, skills development programs will also be made available so that the troubled family can move towards self sufficiency. Some — not all — of organizations that help with short term housing in Missouri are listed below :

Clarke Senior Center
1310 Linden Drive
Jefferson City, MO 65110
(573) 634-8020

Phoenix Crisis Center, Inc.
Granite City, IL 62040
(618) 451-1008

Wiley House
831 Jefferson Street
Fulton, MO 65251
(573) 642-6065

Missouri Rx Plan  — is state’s pharmacy assistance program. Individuals, single mothers and families who are income eligible can apply year round for prescription assistance.

Missouri Rx Plan
PO Box 6500
Jefferson City, MO 65102-6500
Telephone: 1-800-375-1406 (Toll-free)

Call 1-800-375-1406 for more information on this program. Or visit official webpage to know details on benefits offered and enrollment procedures.

Missouri child care assistance — This assistance program administered by the Department of Social Services agency helps single mothers with dependent children. If you are a parent who is unable to go for school, work or job training because of child care funding issues, apply for child care assistance today. Visit official web page for more information.

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