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Low-Income Assistance

As the economy fluctuates and shifts over the course of several months or years, changes to the American workforce occur that make it hard or impossible for some people to maintain the cost of living. Low-income assistance makes it possible for people and families affected by economic instability to pay for the bare necessities. Low-income assistance provides financial support to people and families who cannot afford the cost of living due to miscellaneous circumstances.

Low-income families, persons with disabilities, and elderly who meet the criteria for low-income assistance can apply for aid through various government programs. Examples of some of the most prominent government-funded low-income assistance programs are:

  • LIHEAP - Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program
  • HUD - Housing in Urban Developments
  • FNS SNAP - Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
  • Medicaid - Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Just as low-income assistance aids various types of individuals and families, there are also many types of low-income assistance programs, including unemployment assistance, housing and rental assistance, food assistance, health insurance assistance, and family assistance, to name a few.

One legally protected method of debt assistance designed to help those with a high debt-to-income ration is personal bankruptcy. Bankruptcy laws may be able to help you eliminate debt and find a fresh financial start.

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Unemployment Assistance Programs

The Department of Labor provides unemployment benefits to workers who have become unemployed through no fault of their own and meet other eligibility requirements.

To learn who is eligible for benefits and how to file a claim, visit the United States Department of Labor web site.

Housing and Rental Assistance Programs

Organizations other than HUD, including non-profits and charities, provide low income assistance to those who qualify for the programs. You can find those programs through a web site that organizes lists and provides information about programs to help individuals and families called Rent

Food Assistance Programs

On its front page, the Food Nutrition Service (FNS) web site says, "No one should go hungry in America." In light of this, FNS provides low income assistance to people by assuring they have access to food, a healthy diet, and nutrition education. The program helps nearly one in four people. Find out if you qualify for food assistance programs through the FNS website.

Health Assistance Programs

Through Medicaid, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services provides health benefits to people in need of low income assistance. To get general information on and learn if you qualify for Medicaid, go to the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services web site. For a comprehensive directory of patient assistance programs, check out the Patient Assistance Program Center.

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