Life is usually good when you have enough money to pay your bills, not have debt, and enjoy the leftover money you may have.But what do you do when you do not have enough money to pay your bills?Where can you go for assistance?
– Food and Nutrition programs– Housing and aid for shelter– Healthcare– Job assistance– Care for Veterans– Help for drug or alcohol addicts– Support groups for mental illness or disabilities– Programs with aid for those released from prison
Shelter is essential for people to feel safe and secure. Not having the adequate income to make it through the month for rent can be a stressful event. Here are places that can help with rent payments and housing for lower-income families:
One of the most vital things for our body is food. It gives us energy, nutrition, and the building blocks for our bodies to grow and mature.After paying for rent and utilities, food can be one of the last items people will pay for.
Here are some programs that can assist with food-related needs:- Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program- Women, infants, and Children (WIC)- Summer Food Service Program- Soup Kitchens- Local Food Banks- Feeding America Network
The Administration of Children and Families (AFC) has created many different programs to help facilitate well-being in the education and childcare for low-income families: - Office of Childcare- Temporary Assistance for Needy Families- Head Start
If you require any financial help, I hope that these resources can help you. It is not easy being down on your luck, but with some research, you can come across many programs to help when you are in need.