We live in Washington State. Daughter has a beautiful 8-month-old boy. Our little guy's "father" is a wanna be rockstar, and has little involvement, but his PARENTS are amazing. Does anyone in Washington know if we can get any support from the State to help her with things like insurance, etc, if she leaves her job to care for our boy full time? She gets a whopping $200 a month in "support". The father's parents are willing to take this boy and assume 100% responsibility, and that is killing my heart. There is a LONG story behind this, of course.
Thanks to all, or any, with input. As I'm not on this much, a reply to firstname.lastname@example.org would be awesome!
Ruth aka MomShap
I guess I am a little confused. Yes there is state insurance. But if she has no other means to take care of the child she shouldn't quit her job. He is her responsibility. You want them to live off the system?
Answer by Natsnumberthree at 12:20 PM on Sep. 9, 2009
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Answer by MomShap at 4:08 PM on Sep. 9, 2009
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Ok need some advice...again lol? Please tell me what u think.