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Public Service Commission

New Yorkers can obtain information about becoming “energy smart” and relying less on fossil fuels by visiting this website

Hawaii Financial Assistance Program


Cash benefits for food, rent, and housing. Also helps parents find jobs

HUD Washington

Provides information regarding homeownership and foreclosure avoidance

Washington State Housing Finance Commission

(206) 464-7139

Provides affordable housing and assistance across Washington

Provides information and directories for homeowner assistance in Washington

Helps people find rental housing in Washington

The Mother Attorneys Mentoring Association of Seattle (MAMA Seattle)

MAMA Seattle is intended to be a source of support for attorney mothers, a place where they can network, share experiences, learn from each other, problem solve, and talk about issues they face in a supportive environment; monthly meetings with children, monthly seminars/educational sessions; mentorship program

Courage 360


In the interest of building a healthy community, the mission of Courage360 is to assist low-income individuals to gain the skills, the knowledge, and the courage to be self-supporting.

HUD West Virginia

Provides information regarding homeownership and foreclosure avoidance

West Virginia Housing Development Fund

(304) 391-8600

Provides affordable housing across West Virginia

Goodwill’s Career Center


Six weeks basic training plus three weeks targeted Hospitality, Medical Office, or Business Employment Skills Training. Each track also includes resume’ writing, job search and interviewing skills training, as well as an on-the-job internship

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)


SNAP is administered by the WV DHHR and governed by federal law and regulations of the US Department of Agriculture, Food Nutrition Services. The Program started in 1961 with issuance of the first food coupon in McDowell County, WV. SNAP provides monthly benefits to help eligible households buy food. Eligibility to receive benefits is based on household size, income, assets and some household expenses. The income and asset limits are determined by the federal government.

HUD Wisconsin

Provides homeownership and foreclosure avoidance information

Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority

(800) 334-6873

Provides affordable housing across Wisconsin

Waterstone Mortgage First Time Home Buyer Programs

(414) 305-1844

Provides assistance to first-time home buyers

Housing Resources, Inc

(414) 461-6330

Helps Wisconsin residents purchase their homes

The Women’s Center


The Employment Program for women; one-on-one employment counseling, mock interviews, resume writing, networking support groups in English and Spanish, case managment services

Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Cooperative

(414) 263-5450

Training and support for business planning, financing; courses, support groups

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