Help for single mothers can come from anywhere at anytime.
I think setting yourself up to receive help can be a great first step, don't you?
We've put in a lot of research hours to make this process easier for you.
Through this research we've explored numerous charities, websites, and other nonprofits. So there's definitely some value in these posts.
I've noticed on other help for single mother websites, many people tell their situation in the comments section.
While this is certainly okay, I believe your time will be better used reaching out to the organizations we have covered for you to get the help you deserve.
Childcare assistance, help with getting a car, going back to school, and a great list of organizations you can contact right now are some of things we cover with this list.
Whether it's just finding someone to watch your kids or not having enough of daycare, we've all been through it. When you're pregnant, everyone tells you they wanna watch the bundle of joy right?
Then something happens. Maybe the little bundle of joy becomes a little to hard to handle or people just don't have time. Either way, I get it. I've been there. It got to the point I just didn't what I was going to do.
There's help for single mothers that wasn't even around when I was going through my childcare situations.
You've been here before. This is not you first time having a talk about higher education or returning to school. This is not my first time telling what I know about the subject manner either. So let's do a quick recap.
I think these are all fair questions to ask yourself. Trust me, I've been there. I have gotten a degree I didn't even need. Buzz killer to say the least.
Art might be something you love, but you don't need a degree in art to make money doing that. Even if you're trying to get promoted, does spending $90,000 for a graduate degree to get a $5,000 annual salary boost make sense?
This is basically a list of websites and physical organizations that provide help for single mothers and anyone that needs help. I learned a lot myself while doing this research.
I must admit I didn't know so many people are just helping people because it's the right thing to do, no rhyme or reason.
I know it's easy to get caught in the whole "how hard it is out here" syndrome, but open up a little and connect with others. Everyone doesn't buy into the traditional mantra we're used to hearing.
The title is a bit misleading. I'll admit that, but not in a get a click kind of way. However, there are a couple of nonprofit's that will help you get a car.
I tell you I had a friend that wanted car really bad. She saw an advertisement for a cheap car in the classified section. Next thing I know she's tell me drop her off at the bus station so she can go get it.
It took a lot for me to do that. The car was three hours aways, and I didn't think she would make it back home in a $500 car. Long story short...she made it home and the car was still running three months later.
What I'm trying to say is keep your eyes open. There are some great car opportunities out there. You might not get a totally free car, but you can definitely get an affordable one to help out your situation.
There are a million and one tips on the internet already right? We did reach out to single parents through social media to get down to the nitty gritty of the matter.
Some of these tips are edgy, I'll admit that. The exact reason you should tune in, even if it's just to disagree.
Be honest, we all love to disagree, especially when it's about parenting. It's okay, we'll still be friends afterwards.
Yes this section will be built out gradually over time to cover mor subjects and provide for information.
The information has to be accurate and actually provide help for single mothers.
So with that being said, if you know of any solid organizations or websites we'll gladly list them. Just let us know.