Hello. I am on SSI and have been for 3 year's I moved to Florida from California in July this year.
I knew moving here that social security would lower my payments I have applied for food stamps and they are only giving me$20.00 a month. When I applied for food stamps was told that I would probably get$130.00 a month.
Do you know of any other resources that I can get?
Public Assistance Payments
Why is it that someone who is on SSDI with a fixed benefit amount of $801 receives less in state SNAP assistance than someone who is not on SSDI, but who earns the exact amount from a working wage? For example; in the state of Idaho (this situation seems to apply to every state), two people who have the exact same expenses as far as rent, child support, etc. will have a vast difference in SNAP assistance. The person on SSDI receives an average of $72/month in SNAP, while the other individual working for $801 a month receives an average of $144/month in SNAP assistance.
Hi, I am currently receiving Food Stamps for myself and my eighteen-year-old son. We are living on Medicaid, and the money we receive monthly is from our Child Care Benefits. They will continue until my son is 21 years old. Although I am 63, I just applied for my Social Security retirement benefits, so I could cover my monthly expenses, which are well over $2500. I am afraid of losing Medicaid or Food Stamps coverage and need advice on how to move forward so I can keep my Co-operative Apartment. Please help me. I am doing my best to stay afloat but I am merely surviving.
I am 70 and I draw my Social Security. I also am covered by Medicare. With expenses of rent, utilities, medications, etc., I hardly have any money for food each month. Is there anything I can possibly do to help my situation? I live in Texas and it is not a very liberal state. As many "baby boomers", I worked all my life. I live alone and do not like asking for assistance but I have to do something. I am a diabetic and it is hard to eat the kind of food that I need to keep healthy. Right now I am just happy to have something to eat!
My wife and I both are 65 and retired. We both receive social security. She gets about $1450, I get about $850 and she gets a monthly pension of $350. We have no other income. Are these amounts considered income when applying for SNAP benefits?
Can I get my food stamp eligibility raised so I can collect both food stamps and Social Security
I'm being told for my social worker that I cannot collect food stamps anymore because it's above the eligibility amount
I get $891 from SSDI when I applied for food stamps my worker listed my unearned income at $962. Where and why did she get the extra $71 because it now puts me above the poverty level to get full FS benefit instead I get $50 FS benefit.
I have no idea, unless you have money withheld from your SSDI payments (e.g. taxes, Medicare, withholding to recover an overpayment, etc.) You'll probably need to check with Social Security or your Social Service worker for an explanation.
Can a person in Texas receive SNAP benefits when applying for SSI, or can they not get SNAP until they are actually approved for SSI?
I don't really know much about the SNAP program, but I don't think SSI (Supplemental Security Income) eligibility is required. For more information, refer to the USDA website: https://www.fns.usda.gov/snap/eligibility.
Dear Larry...70 yr male in NYC. Recently come upon hard times
I get $750 in SS . Can I apply for welfare or any other benifits
I am 4 months behind in rent @$2200 per month. Im looking into Senior housing hard to find a place
Thanks so much/Abe
I'm sorry, but my only area of expertise is Social Security. If you are married now, or if you were widowed or married for more than 10 years and divorced, then you may qualify for additional Social Security benefits based on a spouse's work record.
I have a friend who lives in NH. She is over 75 and receives $753. monthly from social security. Is she eligible for food stamp? This is her total income.
I'm not familiar with the food stamp rules. Here is a link to contact information for the NH DHHS: http://www.dhhs.nh.gov/dfa/foodstamps/contact.htm.