Other Helpful Programs
If you need assistance with utility bills, odds
are you can use some help in some other areas as well.
Below we have put together some programs we thought we
thought would be of help. Note: all links open in a new
Help with dental care:
Dental care is
important, and with many government and employer cut
backs, getting the dental care you and your family need
can be more expensive than ever! Even if you do sign up
with an insurance carrier, many policies require a 6
month waiting period before benefits begin. Dental care
is a part of health care, and therefore non-negotiable.
So here are our methods for getting free dental care:
Help with Childcare:
Prices are rising all
over the place lately, and that includes the cost of
daycare. Daycare is not necessary for everyone, but many
families require care for their children during the day,
especially if both parents have to work. It may seem
pointless for some families because the job of one
parent may only make enough money to cover the cost of
child care. It can almost seem like you are working
solely just to pay someone else to watch your child.
But, like many things, you can get
child care for free! There are several ways that you can
do this. Some ways may not work for everyone, but if you
really are trying to find free daycare, you will
eventually be able to find it.
Help getting your child into
It is painfully
obvious to everyone by now that it is time to get all of
our kids out of the government schools. The public
school system in the United States has been dramatically
declining for a long time, and in most areas of the
country the public schools are open sewers at this
point. Yes, there are some U.S. public schools that are
still very good and that do a decent job of preparing
our young people for their adult lives, but those good
schools are few and far between. So what can you do if
you if you don't have money for a private school? Here
we have put together How to get your child out of public
school, without hurting your wallet.
Help with Educational and
Most of us have dream
projects that we would love to get started … if only. If
only we had the funding! While grants will not solve all
your financial problems, you can use them to get a
project underway, or to help after a financial disaster.
Best of all you can now do all of your applications
online now! There are basically three categories of
grants: Grants for education, for people who want to
return to school, Grants to start a business, for those
who have a good business idea, and Grants for low
income, those who have extreme temporary financial need.
Do you fit in one of these categories? Read on to see
how grants can give you a boost!
Grants to buy a house:
First-time home buyers often cite the lack of down payment
money as the biggest obstacle to making the transition
from renter to homeowner. But these buyers may be missing
an opportunity to receive down payment assistance. If you
meet some basic criteria, there are many areas where you
can qualify for down payment assistance (DPA) and/or some
grants that you can use to cover part or, sometimes, up to
100% of your down payment without the need that you come
up with the money. These programs are available all over
the country and in all different levels of the government:
Cities, counties, states and federal. We put together the
information to show you how it's done.
Utility bill Assistance
We all have bills to pay every month. With the low economy
and recession in today's world, most of us could use extra
help. Electricity and gas are necessary for heating,
cooking, daily cleaning and bathing. Telephones are a must
for most of us too, especially the disabled. Water and
rent are necessities. We need water to clean the house,
take baths or showers, and for drinking. Rent is a
necessity since we need a roof over our head. Good thing
there is help for the things we really need to get by.
Here is how to get the help you need.