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Single mothers assistance in Oregon

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If you live in Oregon and need single mother assistance with food, shelter, utilities, and other services, there is help available. There are people and organizations that can provide assistance with services. Federal, state and local agencies work together to help low-income individuals, single moms and families.

Free Medical Care

Where can you turn when you need medical help? The North by Northeast Community Health Center is a non-profit organization providing high-quality health care to uninsured, and Oregon Health Plan covered adults.

The mission of the North by Northeast Community Health Center is to advance health equity and improve health outcomes in a medically under-served community by offering health screening and basic medical services at no cost. Priority is given to African Americans and low-income neighborhood residents. The clinic provides basic care services and helps patients manage their health problems. There is no charge for services. Donations to assist with the costs of providing care are welcome. Call the Health Center at (503) 287-4932 for more information. Leave a message if it is after hours and your call will be returned.

Take a look at other local Portland resources.

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Utility Bill Assistance for single moms

Are you wondering how you will pay your utility bill? Do not wait until you receive a shut off notice. Low-income individuals , single moms and families can find assistance with the Oregon Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP). LIEAP is a Federally funded program created to help low-income households with home heating expenses. If you cannot afford to heat your home call 800-453-5511. Learn more about LIEAP.

Grow Your Own Food

There is no better way to save money than by growing your own vegetables. Gardening for yourself or your family provides fresh, nutritious, healthy food at substantially less than if purchased in a retail grocery. There are other benefits as well to growing food yourself. Gardening offers a chance to be outdoors, get some light exercise, take a break from the usual daily work and enjoy some social time when you work in a community garden or share your harvest with others. Learn more about growing food in Oregon or look at detailed garden plans. Discover how to preserve your garden harvest.

Unemployment Insurance

Have you been treated unfairly by your employer? If you lost your job through no fault of your own, you might be eligible for unemployment benefits. Losing your job can be devestating but there is help. Find out if you qualify for assistance through unemployment insurance until you can get another job.

While receiving benefits, you can work with the state and county services to learn about your skills and employment choices. Discover new possibilities and get the help you deserve. Find out more or call Bend (541) 388-6207, Portland (503) 292-2057 or Salem (503) 947-1500.

Prescription Help for single mothers

The Oregon Prescription Card is available to all residents of Oregon. The card provides discounts on pharmacy purchases. This program can be used to supplement most health insurance plans including Health Savings Accounts (HSA) and High Deductible Plans. The card can also be used as a supplement to Medicare Part D by providing savings on non-covered drugs.

You do not have to fill out enrollment forms nor go through an eligibility process. There is no waiting period, and it covers pre-existing conditions and illnesses. Your card will never expire, there is no limit to savings. The card also offers discounts on both brand name and generic medications. No personal information is required to receive an Oregon Prescription card. Send a message here.

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) for single parents

There are people right here in Oregon that face hunger every day, children and adults. Fortunately, there are services designed to help. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides benefits to qualified, low-income individuals, single mothers and families. Benefits are distributed through the Electronic Benefit Transfer system by using an ‘Oregon Trail Card’ to purchase food.

An Oregon Trail Card is similar in use and appearance to a bank debit card.

SNAP is a Federally funded program that offers nutrition assistance to millions of eligible, low-income individuals and families. SNAP benefits are intended to be a supplement. They are not meant to be the only food source for a recipient. It is not necessary to be destitute to qualify for SNAP benefits. People can work or have other sources of income and still be eligible for benefits. Find out if you or your family qualify for benefits or call 503-945-5600 or 800-723-3638.

Oregon Healthy Kids

In these difficult economic times, it is hard enough to provide the bare necessities for your family. Health insurance for your child is out of reach. You want your child to have healthcare coverage but what can you do? Learn about Healthy Kids and Teens, a program for uninsured kids and teens in Oregon. It is important that children have access to healthcare, but that requires insurance that some parents are unable to afford. It does not have to be that way. Read more about the Healthy Kids and Teens program or call 800-699-9075.

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