Nutritional assistance benefits can be provided to single moms, children and families, the elderly, the disabled, unemployed and working families by the Tennessee Food Stamp program, financed 100 percent by Federal funds and administered by the department of human services. The program provides a ... 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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Single moms in Tennessee can get a supplementary source of food for their children with the help of the Special Milk program. Children in schools, childcare institutions, and eligible camps that do not participate in other Federal child nutrition meal service programs, are provided with milk from ... Read More »
Nutritious education, health care referrals, breastfeeding support and supplemental nutritious foods is what the WIC program provides to nearly 150,000 women, single moms, infants, and children under the age of five through departments located in 95 counties across the state of Tennessee. Vouchers ... Read More »
Low income single moms can receive food benefits for their children and themselves from the Alaska Food Stamp Program. 100 percent of the food stamp benefit is funded by the Federal government. Half the cost of operating the Food Stamp Program in Alaska is covered by the State. The Alaska Quest card ... Read More »
Single moms can get their children fully covered with the help of Child Health Plus, a health insurance plan for kids, offered by the State of New York. Your child may be eligible to join Child Health Plus A (formerly Children’s Medicaid) or Child Health Plus B, depending on your family’s income. ... Read More »
Single moms can get affordable health care coverage for their uninsured children with the help of the federal and state funded health insurance program, New Jersey FamilyCare (NJFC). It is not a welfare program. Hard-working families who cannot afford to pay the high cost of private health insurance ... Read More »
Low-income single mothers and their children can get their medical bills paid for by Medicaid, also called Medical Assistance. The program pays medical bills with Federal and state funds and is administered by the state. Medicaid coverage is automatically granted to single mothers receiving other ... Read More »
The Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP) represents the state’s welfare reform program for low-income single moms with children. MFIP aids families by helping them move in to work. Cash and food assistance is also included. Most families will participate in the Diversionary Work Program, or ... Read More »
Nursing Student Loans is a program that makes funds available to eligible accredited U.S. schools of nursing, which match at least one ninth of the funding, and use the funds to establish revolving funds that support long-term, low-interest loans for eligible students with financial need. Schools ... Read More »
With the goal to help those in need, including single moms and their children, food stamps, now called the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), began in the United States in the late 1930's to help people buy and eat nutritious food, be stronger, and make up a more productive society. ... Read More »