Single Mother Financial Help Information
> Financial Help for Single Mothers
> College Study Tips for Single Mothers - Video
> How to Find College Grants for Single Mothers - Video
> Educational Grants for Single Mothers
> Free Government Grants for Single Moms
> Government Housing Grants for Single Moms
> Financial Aid for Single Mothers
> Nutrition & Health Government Grants for Single Mothers
> Daycare Financial Help for Working Single Moms
> Government Grants for Single Moms Buying Home for First Time
> Applying for Food Stamps for Single Moms
> Low Cost Grocery Shopping for Single Moms
> SocialServe.com Search for Affordable Housing for Single Mothers
> Child Support Help for Single Mothers
> College Money for Single Mothers
> Financial Help for Disabled Mothers
> Scholarships for Kids with Deceased Parent

Index of Financial Grants

> Federal Pell Grant
> Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
> Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant
> Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG)
> The Sister Fund
> Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
> CoAbode Single Mothers House Sharing
> Housing Choice Voucher Program & State Rental Assistance Program
> Transitional Housing Grant Program
> Specially Adapted Housing Program
> The Vision House
> Sunshine Lady Foundation
> Women's Independence Scholarship Program, Inc.
> SOROPTIMST, Best for Women Organization
> American Association of University Women (AAUW)
> Domestic Violence Shelter Grant Program - Mary Kay Foundation
> Girls Going Places® Entrepreneurship Award Program
> WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) Program
> Insure Kids Now! Program
> National School Lunch Program (NSLP)
> Child Care Aware
> Child Care and Development Fund Contacts
> Early Head Start - National Resource Center
 > Federal Housing Association (FHA) Loans
 > AmeriDream Inc. - Down Payment Assistance for Home Buyers
 > Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
 > Easter Seals Disability Services
 



Disability is a very unfortunate situation for many single mothers who would love the chance to work & provide a living for their children. But as depressing as it might be, the point of our website is to always have a positive attitude & live a happy life. Single moms who became disabled while working for their employer must discover why & how they became disabled. If the disability was due to the nature / demand of the job, this warrants a lawsuit or financial compensation for the single mom. However if a single mom became disabled while she was not working, then we will help you find disability financial aid for single moms.

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a federal government funded program that aims to help blind, aged & disabled people with little or no incomes. Funded by general tax revenues, its mission is to provide for basic needs for food, clothing, and shelter. Eligibility for SSI depends on your income & resources you own. Income is money you get in the form of wages, pensions & social security benefits. Not all of your income is counted when determining eligibility. For instance, the following exemptions are granted when counting your income:

* The first $20 a month of most income you receive;
* The first $65 a month you earn from working and half the amount over $65;
* Food stamps;
* Shelter you get from private nonprofit organizations; and
* Most home energy assistance.
Source: http://www.socialsecurity.gov/pubs/11000.html#part2

You are eligible to receive Supplemental Security Income if total resources you own does not exceed $2,000. For couples, this limit is increased to $3,000 combined. These resources can be in the form of cash, bank accounts, real estate, stocks, bonds, etc.

Do you want to know if you are eligible for SSI? Visit this Benefit Eligibility Screening Tool. It is a questionnaire that takes between 5 to 10 minutes & screens for the following benefits that you may already be receiving:

* Medicare
* Social Security Disability
* Social Security Retirement
* Social Security Survivors
* Special Veterans
* Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

Website: http://www.socialsecurity.gov/ssi/index.htm

Easter Seals is an outreach program that allows people with autism & disability to live, work & play in communities across the United States. Very popular services it provides include child development centers, job training for people with disabilities & physical rehabilitation. Mission of Easter Seals is to address life's challenges for disabled people and achieve personal goals. You should surf the organization's website below for lots more information, here's a summary of services provided.

  • Employment & Training - Workforce development services provides disabled people with skills to successfully enter the workforce or to return to work after becoming disabled. The organization helps disabled people learn new assistive technologies that help them overcome barriers in the home, workplace, school & in public.

  • Medical Rehabilitation - Medical rehabilitation provides services that allow disabled people learn new skills they need to work, play & live in their communities. Common services are physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech & hearing help & assistive technology, which is also a part of their employment & training program.

  • Children's Services - Children's Services provides high quality child care for disabled children. The mission is to allow the child to have dreams, hope, successes & goals to help them live a happy life. Child Development Centers provide state of the art tools & programs with individualized learning plans, qualified teachers & active parent partnerships. Go here to find a child development center in your State.

Website: http://www.easterseals.com