Single moms in the state of Nevada should always make sure that their children are covered. Providing low-cost, comprehensive health care coverage to low income, uninsured children 0-19 years of age who are not covered by Medicaid or private insurance, Nevada Check Up is the state of Nevada’s ... Read More »
Single Moms Resources Available at State Level
Every now and then we all need a little help, but we seldom know where to to start looking.
If you or someone you know is finding themselves in this situation, you have come to the right place. We cover resources available to single moms in all states, from Florida to all the way in Alaska. Each State has their own unique list of programs and organizations that offer assistance to needy families.
You can find here assistance programs from Housing Programs, Food/Meal Programs, Help with Basic Necessities, Financial Aid, Health Care Programs, Child Care Programs, Home Ownership Programs, Legal Information and more.
Find Assistance in: Alabama ::: Alaska ::: Arizona ::: Arkansas ::: California ::: Colorado ::: Connecticut ::: Delaware ::: Florida ::: Georgia ::: Hawaii ::: Idaho ::: Illinois ::: Indiana ::: Iowa ::: Kansas ::: Kentucky ::: Louisiana ::: Maine ::: Maryland ::: Massachusetts ::: Michigan ::: Minnesota ::: Mississippi ::: Missouri ::: Montana ::: Nebraska ::: Nevada ::: New Hampshire ::: New Jersey ::: New Mexico ::: New York ::: North Carolina ::: North Dakota ::: Ohio ::: Oklahoma ::: Oregon ::: Pennsylvania ::: Rhode Island ::: South Carolina ::: South Dakota ::: Tennessee ::: Texas ::: Utah ::: Vermont ::: Virginia ::: Washington ::: West Virginia < ::: Wisconsin ::: Wyoming
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Non-profit child care centers and after school care programs and certain school situations in Wyoming can receive the Special Milk Program, that’s administered by the Wyoming Department of Education. Sponsors are reimbursed by this program for the milk that children consume. You may not apply for ... Read More »
Energy Assistance/Regular Heating (EA) and Energy Crisis Assistance Program (ECIP) are the two components that form the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) in Missouri aimed to help single moms with their energy bills: Energy Assistance/Regular Heating (EA) - helps pay heating ... Read More »
Single moms with dependent children can receive cash assistance from the Financial Assistance for Needy Families Program (FANF) through either of these programs: the New Hampshire Employment Program (NHEP) the Unemployed Parent Program, the Family Assistance Program (FAP) the Interim ... Read More »
Single moms, pregnant women, children, and low income parents/caretakers can receive health insurance in Indiana from the Hoosier Healthwise benefit program. Indiana families enrolled in the program can receive health care at little or no cost. A doctor needs to be chosen by the enrolled member ... Read More »
While they work to regain financial independence, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) will help low-income single moms in South Dakota buy the food they need to stay healthy. The size and income of a household will determine the amount of benefits it receives while benefits are ... Read More »
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Child support is something every single parent is entitled to; and something you shouldn’t have to go through alone. The process can become confusing and overwhelming, and just down right exhausting to the point where you just give up. The amount of paperwork, financial information required and ... Read More »