How is that meaningless comment supposed to help anyone?!
When you don't know the answer, there's no need to post, LauChoKun.
Trading one dollar per pip (for example a mini-lot of EUR/USD) is an extremely unwise thing to want to do, with an account of only a few hundred. It makes no sense.
What you really need isn't "finding a broker that will allow you to do something highly inadvisable". It's "learning why it's so highly inadvisable". Basically, you need to learn about risk management.
None of us knew anything it, when we started. We all had to learn. There are loads of books on it.
Until you do that, a good rule for you is never to risk more than 1% of your account on any individual trade. It will help you to avoid an accident.
So, for example, with your $250 account, you should never risk more than $2.50 per trade. That makes trading at $1 per pip quite out of the question, allowing for a stop loss and margin in your account, doesn't it? You'd need to use a micro-lot ($0.10 per pip on the EUR/USD, for example), not a mini-lot, with that. And even that would be pushing it, if you wanted decent sized stop losses.
Have you read anything about "position-sizing"? This is the information you need. It's part of "risk management".
The purpose of trading with a $250 account isn't to make money: it's to learn and practice and develop an understanding of the mechanics of trading, without blowing the account through excessive position-sizing and unwise risk management.
I'm wondering whether your expectations are reasonable, to be honest.