Single moms find it harder to find jobs, as they’ve got to either find child care or work just part time, so getting enough money in to survive isn’t always simple.
It’s easy to get scared and isolated if you’re a single mom, as after all, raising the next generation of citizens is the most important job anyone can be asked to do!
However, they have potential and can eventually relocate.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads.The highest percentage of men to women is probably in the areas where male-dominated jobs exist -- like mineral extraction, construction, forestry, etc.YWCA Central Alabama’s Housing Department is committed to providing excellent housing and supportive programming for women, children and families within Central Alabama.We work every day to ensure equal and fair access to a variety of housing types to accommodate multiple needs, and we strive to uphold the dignity of each person we are privileged to serve.YWCA operates two shelters at confidential locations in Jefferson and St. If you are experiencing homelessness and are either a two-parent family with children, a single mother with at least one male child 10 years old or older, or a single father with children of any age, you may be eligible for emergency housing through the YWCA’s Interfaith Hospitality House. For immediate assistance, please call Interfaith Hospitality House at 205.591.4302.-permanent housing for single women The YWCA offers one-bedroom affordable permanent housing for low-income single women pursuing a life of stability and independence.-permanent housing for single women with children The YWCA Central Alabama offers affordable housing opportunities for low-income single women with children (no male children over age 12) pursing a life of stability in a safe and nurturing environment.-permanent housing for single men or women with or without children, and families Our newest housing initiative includes new and renovated apartments in the Woodlawn neighborhood of Birmingham.Clair counties for women and children fleeing abusive homes. This urban neighborhood revitalization known as YWoodlawn is driven by the demand for safe, decent and affordable housing in the Woodlawn neighborhood.It’s also about help to find the right affordable housing (including heating and other utilities) and healthcare programs.All the above can be daunting, especially if you happen to be new to Alabama.In the Spring of 2012, Niki Rankin started SWAKlife (Single With Amazing Kids), a website and Facebook page that provides a community for single parents.Raised right here in Alabama, Nikki graduated from Bob Jones High School and attended Alabama A&M before enlisting in the military.