Single Mother Rent Assistance Gives You A Boost When You Need It Most
Low income families are often unable to purchase a home, but when it becomes difficult even to pay rent, there are places where you can turn. Mothers who have found themselves raising families alone due to divorce or domestic violence situations often find that housing is their biggest struggle, but there are single mother rent assistance programs available to help these moms keep their families warm, dry, and sheltered.
Section 8 housing assistance is a federally funded program that takes on the rent payments to specifically authorized landlords when the family income meets certain criteria. This can be used as an emergency housing help in cases of unemployment or as a long term assistance plan for the under employed or disabled. You can learn more and apply for this benefit at http://www.affordablehousingonline.com/section8housing.asp.
Like many assistance programs, rent assistance is often offered on a state level. For instance, single women trying to parent young and teenage children in Michigan may be eligible for rental assistance through the Michigan State Housing Development Authority, or MSHDA. Through this program which is administered on a state level but is federally funded, vouchers are offered for the head of household to use toward rent for approved housing. To learn more, you can visit Michigan.gov.
The YWCA is an organization that makes it its mission to support the efforts of women in general. There are chapters in almost all major cities, and one of their many services is to supply emergency housing and rental assistance to single mothers who are potentially facing the prospect of becoming homeless. Lone moms who are already grappling with debt need somewhere they can turn to get on top of their budgets. To learn more or to apply for assistance, you can visit ywca.org.
For housing assistance, single moms have a great resource at assistance4moms.org. Here you will find a wide range of topics, and a single application will help you find the resources you need. Whether you are working and simply not making ends meet or are unemployed and have no income whatsoever, your application here can help the professionals at assistance4moms.org find you the assistance you need.
The San Diego Housing Commission helps residents of greater San Diego find and maintain affordable housing through the use of housing vouchers. Recipients of assistance through this program may pay as low as 30 to 40% of their rent, with the remainder being paid by the program’s funding. This program also strives to ensure that they landlords are providing safe, clean housing for their clients. You can learn more at sdhc.org.
If you are unsure what you need or what you are even eligible for, you can find a directory of government funded rental assistance programs at portal.hud.gov. Here you can find information about the Public Housing Association, the Section 8 Voucher Plan, and even where you can find help finding an affordable home or apartment where your family will be safe. They will offer financial assistance as well as advice in ensuring that your rights are being met in a rental situation.
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