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One Response to I applied for SNAP benefits and Medicaid almost a month ago

  1. i have been denied food stamps during the covid time when nobody was suppose to be denied i had told yall in feburary bradley howell and bradie howell no longer lived here now he recieves his ssi but he did not get anything while he lived with me i have been with yall for 12 years i have always turned in what i was suppose to due to changes or anything now me and my two girls are basically starving and i am behind on rent cause the accusatation yall made was wrong my number is 90*****137 please give a call back asap

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3 Responses to I applied for SNAP benefits .. almost a month ago

  1. For Immediate Food Assistance if you’re hungry now Call the USDA National Hunger Hotline at 1-866-3-HUNGRY (1-866-348-6479) or 1-877-8-HAMBRE (1-877-842-6273). Information is available in English and Spanish. The hotline operates Monday through Friday, 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM Eastern Time.
    Contact community or religious organizations to find a local food bank or food pantry.
    Food Stamps and Meal Programs During the Coronavirus Pandemic. You may now have an easier time getting food through government meal programs. During the coronavirus pandemic.

    Food stamp (SNAP) recipients may receive supplemental funding Parents can pick up school meals for their kids to eat at home. People can enroll in food programs remotely rather than in person. This applies to programs for pregnant women, families, seniors, and people with disabilities.

    You can locate your state and apply for food assistance at this site https://www.usa.gov/state-social-services

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2 Responses to how long do you have to be a resident of tx to get medicaid

  1. Proof of Texas residence may include Property, income or other tax forms or receipts
    Utility bills, leases or rent payment records. Your rent payments while living in a Texas motel could be used as proof of residence.

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One Response to How do I get my husband on Medicaid? He needs to be placed in a nursing facility.

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2 Responses to would like to know how to go about changing it to Ohio’s Medicaid.

  1. I am thinking of staying at my daughters house until this virus is gone. I have Medicaid and food stamps. I’m seriously thinking of moving to Georgia. I don’t what I should do

  2. Medicaid is a joint federal and state program with each state governing their own program. If you move you will need to reapply for Medicaid in your new state.

    To participate in Medicaid, federal law requires states to cover certain groups of individuals. Low-income families, qualified pregnant women and children, and individuals receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are examples of mandatory eligibility groups (PDF, 177.87 KB) . States have additional options for coverage and may choose to cover other groups, such as individuals receiving home and community-based services and children in foster care who are not otherwise eligible.

    The Affordable Care Act of 2010 created the opportunity for states to expand Medicaid to cover nearly all low-income Americans under age 65. Eligibility for children was extended to at least 133% of the federal poverty level (FPL) in every state (most states cover children to higher income levels), and states were given the option to extend eligibility to adults with income at or below 133% of the FPL. Most states have chosen to expand coverage to adults, and those that have not yet expanded may choose to do so at any time. See if your state has expanded Medicaid coverage to low-income adults. https://www.medicaid.gov/medicaid/eligibility/index.html

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