Food Stamps, Cash Assistance

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Where to Find an Attorney for Specific Legal Advice

 All Legal Services programs in Arizona differ, and their criteria for accepting cases vary as well. Find out what programs are available and where to go for asssistance.

Nutrition Support Services and Food Stamps

There are many food service support resources in your community. Find out more information about where you can go to get hot meals, food stamps and emergency assistance in your area.

Jobs Program For People Who Receive Cash Assistance

Jobs is a Department of Economic Security (DES) program designed to help persons who receive cash assistance prepare for and find a job. Most adult and teen parents who receive cash assistance must work with Jobs to keep getting cash.

by: Southern Arizona Legal Aid, Inc.

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The Food Stamp and Cash Assistance Program: Overpayments

If DES gives you too much money or too many food stamps, it is called an overpayment. Even if it is not your fault that you were overpaid, DES may still collect the overpayment from you.

by: Southern Arizona Legal Aid, Inc.

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The Food Stamp Program: Income and Deductions

To qualify for food stamps, you must have less income than the food stamp income limits. Some income does not count.

The Cash Assistance Program and Child Support

There are many children who are not getting support from both parents. If you are not getting child support for your children, this article may give you information that will help you.

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Question: I just moved from Florida and had benefits with them. Am I eligible for benefits in Arizona even though my Florida benefits have not been closed yet?
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Question: hi I have question for you how much we have to make yearly to get food stamp and medicate
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Question: I have been paying an overpayment fee each month for the past sveral years which has totaled over $1000. The original reason was proven to be invalid and nothing has ever been adjusted. The reason was because for one 6 month period somehow it was reported that a felony conviction was in my criminal record which was not reported on my app because it was not true.I have never had a felony conviction.This has been an issue I have been trying to correct since it's started and nothing has been done.Please assist me with this issue.
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Question: How much is the cash aid
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Question: How long do you get food stamps for?
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