Rebuilding your life after traumatic events, or lifetime traumas can be overwhelming, to say the least. These are just a few listings to help make things easier when you are facing emergency needs, or need to create additional income on the side. These are by no means, the only resources available.
*Resources listed below are not necessarily endorsed by me but are offered for your convenience only. Please do your research!
The following websites are terrific resources for either supplementing your income or building an income source as a self-employed person or freelancer.
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Immediate financial help is available for struggling families and those facing unexpected income loss, disability, disaster or other crises. Most programs evaluate families to ensure that they qualify before offering assistance.
How to Get Emergency Cash Assistance
Often referred to simply as “welfare,” the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program provides emergency, short-term cash assistance. Before receiving emergency or immediate cash assistance, you must apply for the benefits through your local social or human services office.
Begin by applying for financial assistance through your local health and human services office. Some counties provide one-time financial hardship grants but require that you apply for the federal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program, food stamps, and other assistance programs first.
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