Search & Apply for Programs that Help Mothers
We know the pressures of being a single mom, caring for your family in today’s busy world. Our free, online portal helps single moms connect with resources that provide financial assistance for families like yours. Our software searches hundreds of help programs from businesses, the government, and private charities in every state to find you financial programs that help your family.
There are help programs available for transportation, rent assistance, educational needs, food, creating home businesses and debt relief. Our program takes you step-by-step through the process. Plus, we help you apply for as many of these programs as you need, with no limit on the assistance you can receive.
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Do you Need Rent Assistance
Your government doesn’t ever want you to be homeless and living on the street. Unemployment or low wages are usually the main causes of homelessness. If you need help in rent assistance, there are options for finding affordable housing or for getting rent assistance in the form of vouchers that pay a percentage of the total rent amount. You can also apply for a Subsidized Apartment which is a property-based program that provide reduced rents for low-income women who qualify.
Do you need Low Income Housing Assistance
You have to be a United States citizen or lawfully admitted for permanent residence, at least 18 years old, homeless, disabled, unemployed, underemployed, or have a child to receive welfare benefits, including low income/affordable housing assistance from your government. You will be asked to provide bank statements, paycheck stubs, tax returns, divorce certificate, and your social security card. Ask for emergency assistance if you are homeless. Welfare assistance works for everyone. Search for low income housing assistance now and get on the waiting list by applying now.
Check if you qualify for Section 8 Housing Assistance
The Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8) provides housing assistance to low-income renters in the form of rental subsidies. Eligibility is determined using gross and net income, size of the family, and any crisis situation such as medical emergencies, pregnancy, homelessness or unemployment. A physical inspection of your prospect home is necessary to ensure that it is decent, safe, and sanitary. This program was recently modified to cover mortgage payments for qualified first-time homebuyers. When you find an apartment or home that meets the program requirements, apply for assistance immediately. Click here to apply.
Get Utility Bill Assistance
If you are unemployed or underemployed you may qualify for this welfare program on energy or utility needs. This includes electric, heat, gas, water bills payment. Assistance covers part or 100% of your monthly utility costs. Be ready to show your utility bills, proof of income, and proof of residency when you apply for it.
Food Stamps for your Family's Nutritional Requirements
This welfare program will help households acquire food for the home without having to use their other resources or income. Families with very limited means are given food stamps so they can allocate their limited income on other necessities. You must have countable assets not higher than $2000 ($3000 if the household includes a person who is age 60 or over or is disabled.) Food stamps provide the nutritional requirements of the family members. They are not convertible to cash and must be used to food and groceries only.
College Scholarships Available
If you are a child or grandchild of a war veteran, the government has a full scholarship program for you and you can go back to college for a diploma. There are numerous other college scholarships offered by the government. There are also college scholarships offered by mission-oriented individuals, companies, churches, foundations, and other groups. Scholarships come from many different places. Most of the application forms require you to list any activities, clubs, community involvement, honors, awards, and leadership positions that you held because they want to know what kind of person you are and why you deserve the scholarship money. It could be a local scholarship or a national level scholarship. Don’t miss this government-funded opportunity. Click here to locate your college scholarship.
Types of Financial Aid Avaiable
Financial aids come in many forms. You can avail of this welfare benefit if you are divorced, separated, a single mother, unemployed, under-employed, or if you want to go back to college. Most states require that you apply for financial aid every year because they want to know if you are needing more or less of this financial aid each time. You can get a student financial aid, divorce financial aid, cash aid, unemployment aid, or medical aid. If you are a student, the amount you will receive will also depend on your satisfactory academic progress. Locate your financial aid here.
Child Care Assistance while you Work
A Child care center is responsible for providing a safe, clean, and wholesome place for your child during the time you are at work, in school, or in training. Choose your child care provider with care. He/she must be a registered provider, daycare center operator, or any licensed in-home child care worker qualified to provide affordable quality care to your child. He/she needs to provide a safe learning environment for your child and the activities should include drawing, counting, assembling, role-playing, social interaction with peers and adults, It is indeed very important to have peace of mind. Your child deserves the best temporary guardian while you are at work or studying in school. Apply for subsidy or full assistance in paying your child care provider by clicking here.
Child's College Saving Plans
This educational plan is also called “The 529 Plan” because it is named after its section number in the IRS code. It is a state-sponsored investment/savings program for college education. The state sets up the plan with an asset management company of its choice, and you open a 529 account with that asset management company according to the state’s predetermined plan features. You are the owner of the account, and the child for whom your account is set up is the beneficiary. You won't deal directly with the state, but rather with the asset management/investment company. The benefits are: 1) You pay no taxes on the earnings, 2) You have full control of the savings account, 3) If your child doesn’t want to pursue college, the account is transferable to another family member, 4) Anybody can contribute to the account, 5) most states doesn’t have an age limit as to when the money has to be used, and 6) Once the scholarship is used, the balance can be withdrawn.