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Single mothers assistance in Rhode Island

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In Rhode Island Medicaid is also known as the Rhode Island Medical Assistance Program.

Medicaid is a federal and state funded program that pays for medical and health related services for eligible low-income individuals. Coverage includes inpatient and outpatient hospital care, preventive services, durable medical equipment, and many more services and benefits. Call 855-574-2846 for more information visit the website.

Lifeline Telephone Discount

Lifeline is a federal government assistance program that offers telephone discounts to eligible low-income customers and single mothers. If you qualify for the Lifeline discount service, you are eligible to receive a reduced rate on your Verizon monthly bill. A discount on the cost of installing a new phone service is also available. For Lifeline customers toll blocking is available at no charge. The discount is available for wireline or wireless service. Here is a list of phone companies in Rhode Island. Learn more about how much you can save.

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Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) for single mothers

There are people in Rhode Island who know hunger every day. For anyone experiencing hunger, there is help. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) was created to help low-income individuals , single moms and families purchase nutritious food. There is a diverse group of people who use SNAP benefits. Recipients can be working, unemployed, pension beneficiaries, or homeless but they must be low-income and satisfy additional criteria.

The SNAP program is a partnership between federal and state governments. The Federal government pays the full cost of an individual’s SNAP benefits and approximately half of the state’s cost to administer the program.

SNAP benefits are meant to supplement a persons diet. Clients should make use of other food assistance programs such as food pantries to stretch their food budget. Purchasing ingredients to cook at home instead of buying ready made foods extends the food budget even further. Learn about SNAP or call 401-222-7276. SNAP Hotline 401-462-5300.

Prescription Discount

Rhode Island has a Prescription Assistance Program for all residents.

The program is free and allows the user to save money on prescriptions. The prescription discount card can be used as a supplement to most health insurance plans. There are no –

  • restrictions
  • enrollment forms,
  • age or income requirements
  • waiting periods,
  • eligibility required
  • exclusions
  • claim forms
  • annual or lifetime limits
  • personal information required to receive a card

Both brand and generic medications are available. If you have questions leave a message.

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program

Are you worried about how you will pay your utility bill? Fortunately, there are programs to help. The Rhode Island Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) was created to help low-income individuals , single moms and families meet the increasing expense of home heating. Find a LIHEAP office or call 401-574-9100.

Womens Resource Center of Rhode Island

The Women’s Resource Center (WRC) of Rhode Island provides a number of helpful programs and services to clients and their families who are or have been a victim of domestic violence. WRC provides a safe, confidential shelter for abused women and their children. There is a shelter available for men at a different location. WRC has resources to empower the victims of domestic abuse to be independent and assists victims with locating affordable housing.

Learn about all the services the WRC provides. If you need help call the 24 hour hotline 800-494-8100.

Free Medical Care

The Hope Clinic provides free, high-quality medical care to uninsured adults living in Rhode Island.

The clinic offers culturally sensitive, personalized care. We speak: Spanish, French, Arabic, Creole and a little Italian. All of our care is provided by volunteers. We provide continuous primary care to almost 1,500 enrolled patients, and we serve thousands more through our walk in clinic, health screens and

health education programs. In addition to primary care, we assist patients with access to medication and referrals for specialty care. Learn more about the Hope Clinic.

Utility Resources for single mothers

If you are a single mother unable to pay your utility bill there are numerous resources to help. Here are just a few. Find help now.

Good Neighbor Energy Fund                                                 401-490-0240

Comprehensive Community Action Program                      401-467-9610

East Bay Community Action Program                                 401-848-6697

East Bay Community Action Program, Main Office           401-437-5104

Tri-Town Community Action Agency                               401-351-2750

Community Care Alliance                                                     401-766-0900

Blackstone Valley Community Action Program                   401-723-4520

Weatherization Assistance Program

The Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) helps low-income households reduce heating bills by providing weatherization services. Imagine your home being toasty warm, and not worrying about how you can pay the power bill. It isn’t just wishful thinking, WAP can make your home energy efficient and comfortable.

The WAP mission is to insulate the dwellings of low-income persons, particularly the elderly, persons with disabilities, families with children, high residential energy users and households with a high energy burden, in order to conserve needed energy and to aid those people least able to afford higher utility costs.

Typical weatherization work includes sealing air leaks, caulking or repairing/replacing windows and adding insulation in the attic and walls. In some situations heat sources may need to be repaired or replaced for safety reasons. Both homeowners and renters are eligible for WAP benefits.Renters will need a signed form from the landlord before WAP efforts can begin.

Discover how weatherization can improve the quality of your life as well as reducing your utility bill. Apply for WAP for your home.

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