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Single Mothers grants in Paragould, Arkansas

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This guide has been put together to assist single mothers in Paragould, Greene County to identify programs that can benefit their households during periods of financial difficulty.

Cash Assistance

Using the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program, the Arkansas Department of Works aims at helping families to live together. This is done through the provision of services and resources that encourage families to work towards self-reliance. To find out what assistance you can receive from this program, visit the website.

Help With Food

SNAP offers assistance to single mothers who face challenges providing adequate food for their families. Households that receive SNAP benefits must use the assistance to buy food that will provide nutrition. More information about other programs can be obtained on the website or by calling the office at 870.236.8723.

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Help With Shelter and Housing

The Paragould Housing Authority provides housing solutions for low-income households according to their needs. Single mothers who approach the Paragould Housing Authority can get access to houses equipped with big rooms, facilities for exercising, and areas for laundry. To find out more about this program, call the office at 800-285-1121 or visit the website.

Help With Energy and Utilities

Arkansas Department of Human Services offers assistance with energy and utility bills. The Arkansas energy office, through its Weatherization Assistance Program, can assist households to save energy. To apply for help through Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, visit the website or call the office at 870-236-8723.

Help With Telephone and Internet Bills

True Wireless provides subsidized and discounted wireless services to qualifying households. In order for single mothers to qualify for this program, they must meet the eligibility criteria listed on the website. If you already participate in any of the assistance programs such as Supplementary Security Scheme or LIHEAP, you can apply to this program. Call the office at 877-412-1919 for more details.

Help With Childcare

The Child Care Assistance program is available for low-income families. In order for single mothers to qualify for this assistance, they have to meet certain eligibility criteria including being employed for at least 30 hours per week or involvement in full-time education and training initiatives. For more details on this program visit the website or call the office at 870-236-8723.

Help With Medical and Dental Care

Medicaid offers assistance for low-income households to pay for their medical expenses. To get more information about the assistance you can receive from this program visit the website.

Help With Legal Matters

Legal Aid Arkansas provides legal aid to enable low-income families to gain access to justice. If your case involves family law, evictions or rental issues, bankruptcy or consumer rights, you can visit the website to apply for legal aid. Call the office at 870-972-9224.

Help With Financial Counseling

The services of CCOA available to single mothers include debt management, credit report review and assistance in dealing with bankruptcy. To  find out more about how your household can benefit from this assistance visit the website or call the office at 479-521-8877 0r 800-889-4916.

Help From Other Groups

The Mission Outreach of Northeast Arkansas offers shelter, a soup kitchen, a food pantry, medical clinic, rent, and fuel amongst others. More details about this program can be found on the website or by calling 870-236-1216.

We hope that you find the information above helpful in your search to find different forms of support for yourself and your family.

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