- 1 Grants for Single Mothers in Osceola
- 1.0.1 Cash Assistance
- 1.0.2 Help with Food
- 1.0.3 Help with Shelter and Housing
- 1.0.4 Help with Energy and Utilities
- 1.0.5 Help with Telephone and Internet Bills
- 1.0.6 Help with Childcare
- 1.0.7 Help with Medical and Dental Care
- 1.0.8 Help with Legal Matters
- 1.0.9 Help with Financial Counseling
- 1.0.10 Help From Other Groups
Grants for Single Mothers in Osceola
The Arkansas Work Pays provides cash assistance to beneficiaries of the Transitional Employment Assistance Program (TEA). Know how they can assist you through visiting their website.
Help with Food
The Supplementary Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) assists eligible single mothers with funds for food items. Working part-time, unemployed, low wages, living with a disability, or receiving public assistance to be eligible to receive the program benefits. If you are eligible, you may contact their office at 870-563-5234 or visit their website.
Help with Shelter and Housing
The SHIP Program provides assistance in buying homes to eligible families. To apply for the program, you must have a First Homebuyer’s Education Certificate, obtained from the Osceola Country Extension Services. Visit their website to see the other requirements or call their office at 407-752-8400
Help with Energy and Utilities
The LIHEAP is a program dedicated to support single mothers pay their home energy bills. To apply, visit your community agency office. To view the eligibility criteria, visit their website or call 870-563-5234 to find out more.
Help with Telephone and Internet Bills
Assist Wireless offers phone services as low as $1 per month to eligible single mothers. To find out the eligibility criteria, visit their website or call 855-392-7747 to sign-up.
Help with Childcare
Child Care Assistance provides help for single mothers with a child or children under the age of twelve. The program is for people who are either working for more than 30 hours a week, enrolled in full-time education, or are involved in a combination of work and learning. Fill out the application form on their website or call 800-322-8176 to apply for the program.
Help with Medical and Dental Care
Medicaid helps eligible single mothers with their medical bills. Visit their website to find out more about the benefits of the program.
Help with Legal Matters
Arkansas Legal Services and the Legal Aid of Arkansas assists qualified, low-income families with their civil legal matters. Visit their website to know more.
Help with Financial Counseling
CCOA provides financial advisers to help single mothers in terms of housing, money management, education, and access to credit scores. Call 479-521-8877 or 800-889-4916 to know more or visit their website.
Help From Other Groups
Single Parent Scholarships are granted to Mississippi County residents who meet the requirements. Call 870-623-1601 or visit their website to know more about the eligibility guidelines.
We hope this page has helped you find the assistance that you needed for yourself and your family.