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Single Mothers grants in Northglenn, Colorado

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This page has been put together to provide information to assist single mothers who reside in Northglenn in Adams County to identify and apply for assistance programs and services  in their county that can assist them to mitigate the challenges caused by financial distress.

Cash Assistance

The Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) program provides financial assistance to families with children under the age of 18. Single mothers who want to know if they meet the requirements for this assistance can visit the website or call the office at 800-824-7842.

Help With Food

The Food Assistance Program (FA) was formerly known as the Food Stamps Program. The program assists low-income households including those headed by single mothers to supplement their nutritional needs. More information about this program is available on the website or call at 800-221-5689.

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Help With Shelter and Housing

Single mothers whose families are faced with the prospect of homelessness or who are already homeless can approach the Adams County Housing Authority. The aim of the authority is to make affordable housing accessible to families in order for them to build a path towards economic independence. More information is available on the website. You can also call at 303-227-2075.

Help With Energy and Utilities

The Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) assists low-income families that either make payment directly to a utility company or that have the cost of heat included in their rent. To find out more about the other requirements to qualify for this assistance, you can visit the website or call 303-227-2700.

Help With Telephone and Internet Bills

If you or another member of your household has already qualified for another assistance program such as the Women, Infants and Children Program, you may also qualify for a phone service paid for under the Lifeline program. More information about this program is available on the website.

Help with Child Care

The Adams County Head Start is the Adams County program that works in partnership with families to provide an early education that is of the highest standard possible. To learn more about this program, visit the county’s website or dial 303-659-2120 or 800-824-7842.

Help With Medical and Dental Care

Medicaid works together with other public assistance grant programs to avail medical assistance to needy families. Single mothers who want to know if they meet the income and resource guidelines can call the office at 303-227-2348 or visit the website.

Help With Legal Matters

The Justia Lawyers website lists some legal resources available to single mothers faced with legal issues. More information is available on the website.

Help With Financial Counseling

Mpowered provides coaches that can guide you to attain a healthy financial status. The personal finance coaches you will work with are certified by the Association for Financial Counseling, Planning, and Education. To gain more information about their programs call 303-233-27773 or visit the website.

Help From Other Groups

Thornton Cares helps needy families to put food on their table and afford their water bills. More information about their programs is available on the website.

We hope that the resources in this guide have been helpful in assisting single mothers residing in Northglenn to find and apply for resources that can help them mitigate the challenges caused by financial distress.

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