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How Single Parents Are Making It Work During The Pandemic

  • Published: December 11, 2020

Nearly a quarter of the children under 18 live in a single-parent home in the U.S., according to a Pew Research Center report.

During the pandemic, many single-income homes are facing unemployment without the safety net of older family members, who can’t risk helping with child care. Some are turning to organizations like Texas-based Single Parent Advocate for help.

Single mom Stacie Poythress founded Single Parent Advocate to provide resources and community families like hers. Poythress talks about the ‘five Ds’ that connect single-parent families: the death of a spouse, divorce, disease, disability or a decision.

“Those types of situations set us up in an economy that really is not designed for a single head of household raising two or more children on their own,” she says…Read More.

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