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Wait, Please Stop For A Moment.

Obviously, you're looking for child care assistance, but there's something else here that could help you.

Millions of people qualify for Social Security benefits, and don't collect them, because they haven't tried.

You Do Not Have To Be Of Retirement Age To Collect Social Security.

It's easier to qualify for social security benefits than it is to fill out all the paperwork and figure out the process of how to obtain them. That's where these guys can help.

So please, continue looking for child care assistance, and I hope you find what you need on this website. But don't leave without clicking this link and filling out the online form.

They'll talk to you about your situation and and let you know whether or not you already qualify for Social Security benefits up to $2,671 per month.

It costs you nothing to talk to them and they'll work for you to get you the benefits you deserve. Plus, I make a few dollars when you complete the form.

Laura J. Moore, MSW

Address:
902 Edmond Street Suite 204
Saint Joseph, MO 64501

Map & Directions

(47 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(816) 232-2885

Website:
http://www.catholiccharities-kcsj.org

Services:
Family and Community service agency offering the following programs; utility payment assistance, supportive housing for homeless disabled individuals and families, services for young families.

Hours:
M-Th 8:30am-3:30pm

Eligibility:
Under 18, Experiencing a financial crisis that puts health at risk, assistance available once every 12 months per household


Community Clothes Closet

Address:
1203 N 6th St
Saint Joseph, MO 64501

Map & Directions

(47 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(816) 364-1131

Website:
http://www.helpmenow.org

Services:
The Diaper Depot, a program of AFL-CIO Community Services, distributes diapers to low-income families.

Hours:
M-F 8am-5pm

Eligibility:
Children up to 3 years of age still in diapers (not training pants); Can visit every 30 days up to 4 times per year


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-- Hugh Blair