Programs that pays for low-income individuals and families medical costs and other medical expenses.
Food & Nutrition
Providing monthly benefits to eligible low-income people to purchase food, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
Helps with paying your rent from various government agencies, non-profit organizations and charity programs.
Assistance to pay your heating or cooling bills, energy crisis such as utility shutoffs.
Program that pays monthly to eligible disabled before you reach retirement age
Senior citizens and elderly benefit programs, Medicare, financial help, and grants for medications or other bills.
You may be able to get help from programs that can provide you with cash assistance so that you can pay for basic needs.
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Free gas vouchers to qualified individuals in an emergency situation with a focus on employment needs.
Credits on a existing telephone bill plan or free cellular or home phones to low income households.
Special benefit programs may help taxpayers and businesses recover financially from the impact of a disaster
Tax relief programs can help you with paying the property taxes on your home.
Federally funded legal services offices provide lawyers who are experts in helping poor people with legal problems.
Financial assistance programs that help single mothers with rent, utility bills, child care, education, medication, among others.
Programs that can help veterans and their families such as: housing, education grants, pensions etc.