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Single Mothers grants in Red Bluff, California

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The information contained here been put together with the aim of assisting single mothers who reside in the Red Bluff in the Tehama County to identify and apply for assistance programs and services during periods of financial distress.

Cash Assistance

The Cash Aid Assistance, managed by the Tehama County Social Services, aims to offer financial assistance to children deprived of care and financial support and also to encourage family members to find work and move in the direction of self-sustenance.  More information about how you can qualify for this assistance can be obtained on the website.

Help With Food

If your food budget is unable to cover all the food your family needs you can apply for assistance from the CalFresh program. To know more about how this program can help you to improve the health and wellbeing of your family, you can visit the website or call the office at 530-527-1911.

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Help With Shelter and Housing

Through the Tehama Community Action Agency, single mothers faced with the reality of low-income can be connected to resources aimed at providing safe and permanent housing. You can contact the Tehama Community Action Agency office at 530-527-6159, email them at caaininfo@tcdss.org or visit the website.

Help With Energy and Utilities

The Self Help Home Improve Project manages the two energy assistance programs aimed at low-income residents of Tehama County including single mothers. To learn more about how you can benefit from any of the assistance on offer, visit the website or call the office at 530-378-6900 or 877-801-7692.

Help With Telephone and Internet Bills

Single mothers who would like to own a telephone but due to financial constraints cannot find the resources to own one can turn to Truconnect, a California Lifeline Program. Visit the website to learn more about the eligibility criteria.

Help With Childcare

The Northern California Child Development Inc. provides services that include Early Head Start, Heard Start, Stepping Stone, and counseling. More information about how single mothers can benefit from any of these programs can be obtained from the website or by calling the office at 530-529-1500 or 877-224-7772.

Help With Medical and Dental Care

The Tehama County Social Services administers application to the Medi-Cal health insurance program. Single mothers who want to apply for this assistance can visit the department’s website or call the office at 530-527-1911.

Help With Legal Matters

The Justia Lawyers website provides information about the Tehama County Family Law Facilitator. If you have any legal issues related to family law, visit the website or dial the number 530-529-1263.

Help With Financial Counseling

The Credit Counseling Tehama California helps individuals who feel as if they are swimming in debt. Single mothers who do not know where to start can dial the number 855-993-60017 or visit the website.

Help From Other Groups

The work of the Tehama County Community Action Agency is to be an advocate for low-income households and services available in their community. Learn more about this initiative by visiting the website or call at 530-527-6159.

Hopefully this helps you to find the help you need, when you need it.

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