Federal Assistance Organizations

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Community Careers Partners

Community Cares Partners (CCP), a program of Communities Foundation of Oklahoma, is making a difference for Oklahomans by assisting individuals and families facing housing crisis and eviction as a result of lost wages or hardship from COVID-19. A public-private partnership, CCP distributes Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) allocated by the State of Oklahoma, City of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, and Cleveland
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Community Development and Support Association

CDSA works with others to identify needs, secure resources, and deliver services that improve lives. We have programs for receiving diapers, safe sleep, and early childhood resources for development.
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The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) – Montana

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), or the Food Stamps Program as it is known by the public, is a federal program that provides grants to the States for purpose of reducing hunger and malnutrition in all eligible households across the nation. SNAP helps provide healthy food to qualifying low-income families with children, elderly or disabled in each State of the
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General Assistance

General Assistance helps individuals and families to meet their basic needs. This may include help paying for household or personal supplies (toiletries, cleaning supplies), food, housing (e.g., mortgage, rent, room rent, temporary housing), fuel & utilities, medical, dental, prescriptions, medical supplies/equipment, and burial costs.
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Temporary Assistance for Needy Families

TANF provides cash assistance to families while they work towards becoming self-sufficient. Once enrolled in TANF you may also be eligible for help receiving job training and education.
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Birth Mother Assistance

Our non-profit adoption agency created this page to specifically help pregnant women and birth mothers in the state of Maine. It includes information on where to look for financial assistance, free or low-cost medical care and nutritional and health programs, support groups, government programs, and other Maine information to help you and your child.
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Shore Up! Inc.

SHORE UP! Inc.’s Head Start program is for children ages three to five. Programs prepare children for successful public-school readiness and participation while providing them with a means of meeting their developmental and nutritional needs. Head Start programs are federally funded community-based programs for economically disadvantaged families.
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Carroll County Head Start & Early Head Start

Catholic Charities Head Start and Early Head Start of Carroll County provides a comprehensive range of early childhood development services for pre-school children and their families. This is a federally funded program for prenatal through pre-school children from low-income families
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Baltimore City Head Start

Baltimore City Head Start provides early childhood and family development services for low-income children (ages 3-5) and families in Baltimore City. Head Start services are federally funded and free for families who meet income requirements or qualify for public assistance. Enrollment is prioritized for families with the greatest need and for children with disabilities and/or those living in foster care
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Child Care Assistance Program

To support all families in accessing high quality child care, the Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) provides financial assistance to low-income families while they are working or attending school.
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