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Government Grants For Disabled
Single Parents Moms Or Dads

Need free help finding government grants for disabled single parents moms or dads? As a single parent, you're eligible for grants and benefits made just for you. Get our no cost help to access them.

This page has grant information specifically for disabled single parents, most often moms, but dads too. Read carefully. Get the max out of it.

Important. When we use the word "grants" here, it's meant as catch-all for any kind of help you can get. This could include grants, benefits, counseling, coaching, materials, services and so on.

As a single mom or dad AND being disabled, you're very special. You can access grants and other benefits intended only for you. Do yourself and your child(ren) a favor. Get everything you're entitled to!

Government grants for disabled single parents could very well be the ticket to that happiness you've always dreamed of, but never thought possible.

What About Debt Relief Grants?

Uncle Sam cartoon handing out money and saying definitely not for debt relief
Uncle Sam Does Have Money To Give But Not For Debt Relief

Don't be fooled. There's no such thing as "debt relief grants" to help you pay off personal debts.

As a disabled mom or dad, you may not like to hear this, especially if creditors are bullying you.

It makes sense. Think about it.

If grants helped you pay personal debts, people would just go deeply into debt and then ask Uncle Sam to take care of it. That simply would not work.

Good news! There IS definitely a way for you to relieve your financial burden! Money IS available to cover certain expenses.

The trick is to apply to programs for which you are eligible. You use the funds from that program to pay permitted expenses. This frees up money to help you pay down your personal debt.

It's the honest way and the only way.

To start the process, you need to put your story in writing. This is where we come in. On our Disability Help Guide page, we describe that first baby step AND we help you take it, all at no charge.

Is Getting Grants Like Raising Kids?

Image of mother and child
You know how to love your child. Put the same tender loving care into the process of getting the benefits you're entitled to.

You're a single parent so you know first-hand the love and effort that goes into raising a child.

Getting grants for disabled single parents could no way be the same as raising kids, but there is one big similarity!

You have to "parent" the grant-getting process for it to work. It won't happen all on its own!

The hype about grants makes you think you just have to ask the government for money and they'll give it to you.

The reality is much different.

There are steps you must follow. Here are the main ones:

  1. Put Your Situation In Writing
  2. Determine Grants Available
  3. Learn Grant Evaluation Criteria
  4. Write Your Grant Application
  5. Follow Up, Learn, Improve

Being a parent, and a single one at that, you have an advantage over others in understanding the need for a well-nurtured approach.

Following is more detail on each step in the process of getting government grants for disabled single parents, both moms and dads.

Three yellow duck cookies in a row
Get all your ducks in a row before you run off applying for grants.

Step 1. Put Your Situation In Writing

Putting your situation in writing forces you to make things clear for others (like granting agencies) to understand. You MUST do this step. We can help you, all at no cost. Go to our Disability Help Guide page to learn how.

Step 2. Determine Grants Available

Thousands of grants exist. As a responsible parent, you'll be comfortable getting this information. Compare it to finding a school for your child. Online databases can make this step somewhat easier.

Step 3. Learn Grant Evaluation Criteria

Once you've found a grant program, learn how your application will be evaluated. It's not that different from finding out what criteria qualify your child for a particular school program.

Step 4. Write Your Grant Application

Follow the granting agency's instructions to the letter. Show them how you are helping THEM to meet THEIR goals. Assume they only care about themselves and they don't give a damn about you.

Step 5. Follow Up, Learn, Improve

You likely won't win the first time around. No problem. Figure out what went wrong and start afresh. Your chances of winning improve each time. It's like knowing more about parenting with each additional child.

Like A Walk In The Park?

Cartoon image of parent with crying baby in stroller in the park
Getting a grant is no walk in the park, but we can make it easier for you with our totally free Disability Help Guide.

Government grants for disabled single parents whether for a mom or a dad just might be the white knight you've been wanting to come to your rescue.

And why not get your fair share of the billion plus dollars in disability grants that are available? If you don't, others will.

Even if you feel now that it's not for you or that you won't qualify, it's worth it to start the grant-seeking process ASAP.

Just apply for the grant that matches your situation and use it for the reason you gave when you applied.

You can apply to several disability grant programs. If you're turned down for one, you simply apply to another.

Each additional time that you go after a grant, the better you become at it and the better your chances of getting the help you need to become an even better parent.

Disabled grants for single parents could help you achieve burning ambitions that you might have suppressed. Can't you just imagine yourself moving out of the dark and into the light!

Isn't it time you unleashed your potential? Aren't you now...

ready-to-start

Single moms and dads especially should shoot for the stars when applying. You deserve an honest break. If you need help, consider applying for grants. It's time others came to your aid.

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