Why You Should Apply for Welfare

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Should I apply for welfare? Hear some tips and advice for applying for welfare benefits in this free video clip.

Part of the Video Series: How to Apply for Welfare Benefits
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Video Transcript

Hi, everybody my name is Angela Pugh. I'm the mother of two teenage daughters, for a while I was a single parent. So today I'm here on behalf of Expert Village and I'm here to teach you how to apply for welfare. There are several reasons why a person might want to apply for welfare and in my case I was going through a divorce, my children we're very young. Even though I was working child support was not coming in yet so I needed to apply for welfare. A lot of single parents may need to apply for welfare to get medical assistance for their children and themselves to apply for food stamps and to apply for cash assistance from the state. Other reasons why you may want to apply for welfare is if you suddenly become ill and illness can stop you from working and it may be some time before you qualify for disability. It may be that your family cannot financially help you at the time, that will be another reason why you would want to apply for welfare. Another reason why you want to apply for welfare is that this country is currently in a health care crises and sometimes even though you may be working the cost of medical benefits maybe just too high for you to handle. So parents may want to apply for Medicaid for their children, there are several reasons why a person would need to apply for welfare. Let's not be ashamed about it, the money there is provided from the government and it came out of our checks. So don't be ashamed if you feel like you have any reason to apply for welfare. If you don't do it for yourself do it for your children and do it for the relatives that would have to bail you out with money and food if you did not apply.


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