SNAP is a federal program that provides allotments for food purchases to low income households in Ohio.
Healthcare and Economic Stability
New unemployment benefits available for Ohioans
Unemployment rates remain high in Ohio during the COVID 19 pandemic. While some important unemployment benefits temporarily expired in 2020, new assistance is now available through the Continued Assistance to Unemployed Workers Act (CAA), which is an extension of the CARES Act unemployment provisions.
When the pandemic unexpectedly changed her hectic work schedule, Rashanda prioritized her health and made the difficult decision to leave her employment.
After enduring years of abuse, Lauren’s anxiety is so severe she can rarely leave her home and becomes very nervous about talking with people.
When Dave’s brother tried to request a state hearing regarding the Medicaid denial, he was not allowed to do so; the form designating him as Dave’s authorized representative had been lost.
Medicaid eligibility limits are updated annually. Household size and total income determines eligibility for Medicaid.
Work Requirements for Medicaid
The federal government has granted permission for Ohio to create a work requirement for Medicaid.