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Many cities have nonprofit organizations that aid women and their children. The goal is to ensure that families are supported before at-risk situations arise. It’s easier to help someone before they are evicted or at risk of homelessness. These organizations can also often provide leads on job opportunities or educational opportunities to help you continue your education and potentially find a better job. Many of them have access to transitional housing, where you and your family can safely live until you get back up on your feet and find a permanent residence. These agencies can also often provide counseling to help you navigate all the recent and difficult changes and help your family remain strong despite adversity.