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Single Mothers grants in Sante Fe Springs, California

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This page has been put together to assist single mothers struggling financially to find a pathway that will lead them to both employment and self-sufficiency within a short period of time.

Cash Assistance

If you are a single mother with or expecting a child, the California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) program can offer you assistance for a limited period of time. To find out about the eligibility criteria and how you can apply, visit the department website.

Help With Food

California’s Food Stamp Program is now known as CalFresh. The assistance provided to low-income households including single mothers is aimed at giving them the capacity to afford nutritious food. To find out how this program can help you to increase your food-buying power, visit the department website.

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Help With Shelter and Housing

Single parents faced with the prospect of homelessness or who are already homeless can approach the Department of Public Social Services Homeless Programs designed to assist CalWORKs families in this situation. To find out more about the various programs available to families in need visit the department’s website.

Help With Energy and Utilities

Eligible families can approach the PACE home and Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) to apply for assistance with meeting their payment obligations for energy. To find out if you are eligible for this assistance, visit the website or call their office at 213-353-1227.

Help With Telephone and Internet Bills

Assurance Wireless, a California Lifeline Provider initiative, aims to make the opportunities made available by having a phone line available to low-income households. Single mothers can apply to receive free unlimited minutes, texts and 500 megabytes of data every month. To learn more about how you can benefit from this program, visit the website and download a request sheet.

Help With Childcare

The reason behind the CalWORKs Child Care Program is that low-income parents should be able to receive assistance that makes it possible for them to afford quality child care while they are involved in economic activity aimed at getting them out of their current vulnerable situations. To learn more, visit the department’s website.

Help With Medical and Dental Care

If you find yourself struggling to pay for visits to the doctor or prescribed medicine, you may want to approach the Department of Social Services website for more information about how their assistance programs can help you access health care.

Help With Legal Matters

Single mothers with low incomes who find themselves faced with legal issues can approach the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles. This foundation does not handle criminal matters although on the website they do have a list of recommended attorneys for private cases.

Help With Financial Counseling

If you are feeling overwhelmed by your debt or find yourself facing challenges living within a budget, then you can approach the Los Angeles Federal Credit Union for a face-to-face meeting with a professional debt counselor. To place an appointment, visit their website.

Help from other groups

Other services available to single mothers in Sante Fe Springs include Path Beyond Shelter Programs. To learn more about the Housing First Initiative, the Family Solutions Center, and the First 5 programs, visit their website, call 323-644-2231 email their office at jeremy@epath.org.

We hope that the information we have made available on this page has been helpful to every single mother in need of assistance to help get out of a difficult financial situation.

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