Everyone needs a little support sometimes.

Whether you’re looking for resources to help you get a job, sign up for Medicaid, manage your relationships, or handle other things life has thrown at you, you’re in the right place!

Below, you can search for services in your local area. Just enter your zip code and check the boxes for the kinds of resources you’re looking for, then hit search. Or you can take a look at the Statewide tab to find information about resources available throughout Mississippi.

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Mississippi State Department of Health

Website: https://msdh.ms.gov/msdhsite/_static/30,332,183,438.html

Search online for licensed child care facilities

Mississippi Department of Human Services – Child Support

Website: http://www.mdhs.ms.gov/child-support/

Learn about child support payments


Mississippi Department of Human Services – Child Care Payments System

200 South Lamar St.
Jackson, MS 39201


Website: https://www.apps.mdhs.ms.gov/ccis/NewApplication/AppStartPage.aspx

Designed to provide child care tuition assistance to parents and guardians. Participants must meet certain income and work requirements to be determined eligible for child care assistance. Families are assessed a rate of assistance based on family size and household income, and parents/guardians are assessed a co-payment due directly to their chosen child care provider each month. Parents also pay the remaining amount of child care tuition directly to the provider if the rate of assistance does not meet the full cost of care. (See: https://secac.ms.gov/providers/child-care-payment-program/)

Head Start – Early Childhood Learning & Knowledge Center

Website: https://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/center-locator

Online Head Start program locator

Mississippi Office of Student Financial Aid


Website: http://www.mississippi.edu/financialaid

Tools and information to help apply for state-sponsored scholarships, plan for college, and more.

Sorry, no statewide resources in this category yet. Check the local resources tab for services in your area

Mississippi Division of Medicaid

Website: https://medicaid.ms.gov/

The state’s Medicaid site provides information on eligibility, how to apply, finding providers that accept Medicaid, etc.

Note: If you were in foster care at age 18, you are eligible for Medicaid coverage until your 26th birthday.

GED Testing Service

Website: https://ged.com

Learn about the GED, get prep materials, find testing locations, and more.

Families First Resource Centers

(662) 844-0013 or (601) 366-6405

Website: https://www.familiesfirstforms.org/education-diploma

To support students at risk of dropping out or failing to graduate, Families First for Mississippi offers a customized online academic program to earn your high school diploma in a flexible and hassle-free environment.



Website: http://muteh.org/housing

Rapid Re-Housing provides short-term, temporary financial assistance as well as case management to qualified applicants and helps them transition into the community. Financial services are based on assessed needs and available community resources. Clients do not only receive housing assistance under Rapid Re-Housing, but Supportive Services as well.

Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

Website: https://www.hud.gov/program_offices/public_indian_housing/pha/contacts/ms https://www.hud.gov/topics/rental_assistance

Provides housing assistance, including rental assistance, housing vouchers, affordable apartments, etc. Local offices throughout the state.

Mississippi Department of Public Safety

Website: http://www.driverservicebureau.dps.ms.gov/Drivers/Identification_Cards

Get information about the documentation needed to apply for a state ID card.

Mississippi Department of Public Safety

Website: http://www.driverservicebureau.dps.ms.gov/Drivers/Apps_Forms

Access the forms and information about the documentation needed to apply for a Mississippi driver’s license.

Mississippi Department of Public Safety

Website: https://driving-tests.org/mississippi/ms-dmv-drivers-handbook-manual/

View an online copy of the Mississippi Driver’s Manual that includes the materials you need to study in order to pass the “written” / computerized exam. The manual also provides information about requirements for obtaining a driver’s license.