Specializing in derails and train wrecks.
- Sep 19, 2018
- Columbus, OH
- SL Rez
- Joined SLU
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The US has a patchwork of aid programs that minimum wage employees can qualify for based on size of family and age of children. The main ones include:And is that supplemented in any way by state benefits, whether for people with families or for everyone? On top of any specific medical or disability-related benefits to which they might be entitled?
- Medicaid for health insurance as well as possibly state programs to add more coverage for minor children.
- Section 8 for rental assistance
- Free or reduced breakfast and lunch through schools (some programs and charities provide food during breaks)
- SNAP for food vouchers
- WIC for pregnant women and infants provides a limited food voucher that provides foods that promote infant development
If you qualify for disability, the maximum amout you can earn is limited to very part time work.