Are you a single mom who is wondering what in the world has happened to your life? Is all this what you imagined for yourself when you were younger?
At this point in our lives, regardless of the challenges of parenthood without a partner in life, I think we can all agree that even if we might not have been able to get the best, we want the best the world has to offer for our children. They are, after all, the driving force that motivate us to work hard and triumph over seemingly endless storm of obstacles.
But there’s only so much we can do and sooner or later, we’re faced with our own inadequacy, the stark realization that what we earned so painstakingly is not enough for the survival of your family. Should you start wallowing in despair now? NO!
There are government and non-government programs which provide living assistance for those in need. The following are some of the organizations which provide help.
Mercy Housing Live in Hope
This group intends to create and provide low-cost housing for low-income families. They believe that giving citizens a better life helps the community as a whole.
This group does not only provide assistance for ending homelessness but also for preventing it. Those who are on the verge of losing their homes due to financial difficulties, this is place can help you.
Bridge of Hope
Like the group above, this group is also focused on prevention and eradication of homelessness. They seek to empower single mothers like you not only by providing permanent homes but also stability both personally and financially.
This is the largest network for rental assistance, you can seek help here: rent assistance
Single Parents Association of America
This organization provides information for aid on problems concerning single parents. It is a directory of the various groups willing to offer any help such as cash assistance.
This group receives car donations from people and use the car to help others. The cars might not be as slick as others but they are functional and will make travelling easier for you. Please visit here for info on how you can help: www.carangel.com/
You can also go to charities or apply for living assistance for single mothers. There are a lot of alternatives for you, do not despair and just keep looking until you find what suits you.