Be it availability of jobs or state-sponsored schemes, SingleMotherMyChoice.com is the dependable destination for delivering online assistance and information
Singapore -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/14/2012 -- Rearing kids on a meager income is certainly a challenge for a mother of any color. According to a recent CAP report, this past year 13.3 percent of black single mothers were unemployed compared to just 7.2 percent of white women, now that may even be a coincidence. But with more and more opportunities and programs available than ever before on how to help a single mom, there’s plenty to pick from.
SingleMotherMyChoice steps in as a comprehensive guide on navigating through the clutter of facts about the facilities for financial help, jobs for moms, federal and state-specific aids, single mother legal rights et al. Propelled by a team of women committed to making the ride less bumpy for the single parents, the site is the one-stop solution for showing direction to the success-seeking women short of those oars.
Single mother legal rights are a tricky terrain and it helps to have authentic information on what safeguards are available and where to look for it. Be it custody laws or child support laws, these do vary from state to state. For instance, in certain states, you cannot even leave the area without informing the other parent. Since laws also vary from situation to situation, like whether the woman is a wed or unwed mother, it is crucial to know the relevant laws without having to wade through a surfeit of statistics.
State-specific information available online covers help for single mothers in Kansas. From the Food & Nutrition Assistance program, childcare facilities to affordable healthcare, housing help, the Women, Infants and Children program (WIC), and the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) scheme, there are a plethora of programs for the single parent. All that is needed is to see what suits the specific situation and how to avail of the assistance.
As far as specific categories of parents are concerned, according to statistics, working black women are earning considerably lower than their white counterparts: $595 median weekly income compared to $703, respectively. Anyways to make life easier for the black single mothers, there are a host of help facilities, like scholarships and grants for single black moms. All they have to do is pick as per their specific needs and meet the eligibility criteria.
A niche website that is the result of the online initiative by Meera Watts, Singlemothermychoice.com is a handy helpline for the single parents on the lookout for facilities available in the field of finance, legal safeguards, federal and state-sponsored policies, healthcare and childcare. The site derives its unique advantage from the fact that it is managed and run by a core team of women committed to this cause.
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