Housing Single Parents
While They Pursue Their Dreams
For single parents, graduating from college can be an uphill battle. But it’s also a goal worth pursuing — as long as they have the support they need to help them while they attend school.
The Stepping Stone Pathways can make those dreams a reality.
The difference maker
Helping Single Parents
Get Through College
Being able to take classes while supporting one’s family feels almost impossible for many moms and dads. When you’re on your own, it can be downright overwhelming, especially when it comes to paying the rent in today’s skyrocketing housing market.
TSSP Housing actively works to provide homes for hardworking single parents to live in while they’re attending college. Rent is typically the most costly and challenging expense to pay for, so our work can make all the difference in helping students finish school and start fulfilling careers.
Our mission can be summed up with three values: economic security, community, and achievement. We aim to help single parents prepare for their future by making it more financially possible for them to accomplish their goals for higher education
How it Works
How to Qualify for TSSP Housing Assistance
18+ Years of Age
The student must be at least 18 years old with a child (no more than 4 children total, and no kids older than 8 years of age)
Pay 30% of Net Income
The student must be willing to pay 30% of their net income (verified by their past three income tax returns and pay stubs)
Meet HUD Requirements
They must meet HUD public housing requirements.
About The Stepping Stone Pathways
As a non-profit organization that supports single parents through their college experience, The Stepping Stone Pathways offers a variety of services including transportation, child care, employment assistance … and coming soon housing. We are a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization, and all donations are tax deductible.
If you or your organization is interested in sponsoring housing for a TSSP family, visit our GIVE page.