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FREEDRUGCARD.US

This FREE DRUG CARD program is being sponsored by a non-profit organization to help all Americans lower their prescription drug costs. Simply download your FREE Prescription Drug Card and receive savings of up to 75% at more than 54,000 national and regional pharmacies. Please enter your name and e-mail address in the box below and we will generate a printable membership card for you. This program has “LOWEST PRICE” logic to guarantee that you get the best deal on your prescriptions (You pay the lower of a discount off Average Wholesale Price-AWP, discount off MAC Pricing, or Pharmacy Promotional/Retail price). This card is pre-activated and can be used immediately  http://freedrugcard.us/sp2.html?OVRAW=Select%20Care%20Benefit%20Network&OVKEY=prescription%20assistance&OVMTC=advanced&OVADID=1000110022&OVKWID=50651521522
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Select Care Benefits Network

If you are suffering because of the high costs of prescription medication then we may be able to help you. We are able to get our members over 1400 brand name and many generic medicines for a net cost of only $20 per month. To qualify for our assistance you must:

  • Be a U.S. resident
  • Not have insurance coverage for outpatient prescription drugs, including Medicaid
  • Be at an income level that causes a hardship when you purchase your prescriptions at retail prices
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Savings on Auto Insurance

Well I was amazed to find such a deal even though I thought wow, $92 for PLPD was good, then I found this place and so I went ahead and now getting it for $65 PLPD a month,  I'm passing on to you.  It is a old well known establishment that has been around for alot longer than others.  So it does make a differents where you have your Insurance needs met..          Micheal Church State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company at E. Grand River Ave.  East Lansing, Michigan 48823-4992  Ph # 517-351-5433 and Reference Name because they will ask (DBLZN) - agent : Andrew Ruf,  I told them I was going to get this out to public because they are just so reasonable. that saved me $324 a year I could put toward other expenses namely for me school.  Anybody else have suggestions from there Insurance, what savings can you post here from your knowledge in this area ?, and it really needs to make a real difference to someone elses finances.

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Needed chance for help through sponsored contests for the needy

Go here to help with getting message out about poverty, also a chance at getting $1000, $2000, scholarships and $4000 Visa all by just posting a picture, and getting votes by the people to help you achieve your goals., follow me and learn how to do this too for yourself, clean, and  decent. ..limited time :  http://www.brickfish.com/dblzn

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Donated Dental Services All 50 States


http://nfdh.org/joomla_nfdh/content/view/24/47/

The Donated Dental Services (DDS) program is a collaborative, direct way that the dental profession reaches out to individuals with special needs. Located in all 50 States in The US, and the Distric of Columbia . 

Because of the extraordinary compassion of over 13,000 dentists and 3,000 dental laboratories across the country, DDS tends to the essential and comprehensive dental care needs of our nation’s most vulnerable people; disabled, elderly or medically-compromised individuals who cannot afford necessary treatment nor get public aid.  DDS patients have slipped through the cracks of Medicaid and Medicare programs with nowhere else to turn.  

Participation could not be easier.  Dentists and labs take care of the patients, DDS does everything else; no headaches, no red tape.  A DDS Coordinator is the liaison between the patient, the labs and the dentists, answering any and all questions, assisting the patient, the lab and the dentist with anything and everything.  The goal of DDS is to return patients to good oral health, enabling them to reach an affordable maintenance level.

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FLINT AREA HELP FOR DENTAL EMERGENCIES IN MICHIGAN

To those that are without jobs , living on low fixed income, the American Red Cross can provide voucher for the $25.00 fee to those who qualify to get ther dental emergencies provided for from the Hamilton Health Department. 

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Nursing Education Loan Repayment And Scholarship Program Grant

Nursing Education Loan Repayment and Scholarship Program Grant

The Nursing Education Loan Repayment and Scholarship program provides loan repayment awards to nurses in exchange for a commitment to serve in health facilities facing a nursing shortage.

 

Improvement Plan

We are taking the following actions to improve the performance of the program:

Testing methodology to identify critical nursing shortage facilities.

Developing an information system to replace BHCDANET (legacy system) to better manage data on scholars, loan repayers and service sites.

PERFORMING  ( 2006 through to 2014 )
Adequate

This rating describes a program that needs to set more ambitious goals, achieve better results, improve accountability or strengthen its management practices.

The program directly places registered nurses in facilities that are short of nurses. Research has found health care quality and patient well-being appear to be impacted by the number of nurses working in the facility relative to the number of patients in their care. Participating nurses are repaying their loans and serving in eligible facilities.

The program's national impact on nurse vacancies and staffing is not known. Because the program is small, it has had difficulty determining its national impact. Further work is needed to improve the measurement of key outcomes.

No evaluations have been conducted and no other evidence is available to indicate the program's overall impact. An evaluation of program results could be useful to target resources and make other decisions. While the program has adopted new performance goals, it does not have data to show progress.

Program Code 10000280 Program Title Nursing Education Loan Repayment and Scholarship Program Department Name Dept of Health & Human Service Agency/Bureau Name Health Resources and Services Administration Program Type(s) Competitive Grant Program

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Temporary Assistance Needy Family (TANF) - Low-Income Working Individuals help For Car Repairs

Department of human services can get your car repaired, as long as your working at a job and you meet be Low-income, they still have funds available for that and they provide other services too.  You ask for TANF :    

How is eligibility determined for a TANF family?

When an application is received, a worker will conduct an investigation to see whether the family is eligible according to all TANF eligibility factors. The parent or caretaker relative will receive a notice by mail within 30 days telling whether the family is approved for a TANF money payment, the amount, start date, etc.

Factors involved in determining whether the family can be eligible for TANF include:

    Deprivation: The child or children must be deprived of one or both parents by reason of absence, incapacity or unemployment.

    Income: The TANF family's total income must be considered in determining whether the basic needs of the child can be met. Certain income can be disregarded but all must be reported.

    Resources: In order to be eligible, the TANF assistance unit must not own property (other than the home) or have cash or other resources that have a combined value of over $2,000.

    Child Support Requirements: A parent or relative who applies for and accepts a TANF money payment for children due to the continued absence of a parent must assign to the state support rights for the children. The parent or relative must also assist the state in obtaining support from the absent parent, including establishing paternity for children born out-of-wedlock.                                                       
  • TANF WORK PROGRAM CASE MANAGER (CM)

    Once you are referred to the TANF Work Program, your Case Manager will schedule an appointment for work program orientation and assessment. Your Case Manager will help you make an Employability Development Plan (EDP) to determine the work activities and type of services needed for you to get ready for work and find employment. Your Case Manager can help you with transportation, child care and work related expenses if you need these services to be able to work.

    When you begin the TWP activities, your TANF and SNAP eligibility reviews will also be handled by your Case Manager

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GrantSeeker1234   in reply to soulight   on

HOW TO FIND OUT WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOUR CAR AND DO YOUR OWN CAR REPAIRS

 in response to dune...   

Department of human services there in MS can get your car repaired, as long as your working at a job, they may still have funds available for that aand they provide other services too.  You ask for TANF :    

How is eligibility determined for a TANF family?

When an application is received, a worker will conduct an investigation to see whether the family is eligible according to all TANF eligibility factors. The parent or caretaker relative will receive a notice by mail within 30 days telling whether the family is approved for a TANF money payment, the amount, start date, etc.

Factors involved in determining whether the family can be eligible for TANF include:

    Deprivation: The child or children must be deprived of one or both parents by reason of absence, incapacity or unemployment.

    Income: The TANF family's total income must be considered in determining whether the basic needs of the child can be met. Certain income can be disregarded but all must be reported.

    Resources: In order to be eligible, the TANF assistance unit must not own property (other than the home) or have cash or other resources that have a combined value of over $2,000.

    Child Support Requirements: A parent or relative who applies for and accepts a TANF money payment for children due to the continued absence of a parent must assign to the state support rights for the children. The parent or relative must also assist the state in obtaining support from the absent parent, including establishing paternity for children born out-of-wedlock.
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How much will the TANF payment be?

The amount of the TANF payment is based on the family's income. When the income does not meet the TANF Program Need Standard, the family may be approved for a money payment up to the State maximum for that household size. Monthly payments in Mississippi are limited to no more than:

  • $110 for the first person
  • $36 for the second person
  • $24 for each additional person

    TANF WORK PROGRAM CASE MANAGER (CM)

    Once you are referred to the TANF Work Program, your Case Manager will schedule an appointment for work program orientation and assessment. Your Case Manager will help you make an Employability Development Plan (EDP) to determine the work activities and type of services needed for you to get ready for work and find employment. Your Case Manager can help you with transportation, child care and work related expenses if you need these services to be able to work.

    When you begin the TWP activities, your TANF and SNAP eligibility reviews will also be handled by your Case Manager.

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GrantSeeker1234   in reply to Krystal3   on

Has anyone ever got a Gov. grant?

 in response to Krystal3...   

Thanks for your comforting word, I'm getting use to it now,  grieving process has been different than I thought it would be, I seen her buried but somehow I kinda blocked it out, and looked at it like she was on a long trip, and then I kinda shook it off, she isn't returning, and then I got mad at her, I didn't understand why, I just did, then I got lonely and just shut myself out, and just felt hopeless, sorry for myself, scared, and that I wanted to know why God left me here after taking my parents young, got mad at him, then I hit rock bottom, then I seen things in a different light, I have the ability to heal by my knowledge.  There is such an urge in me to go forward with a project I have been working on that I'm investigating and seeing how to bring it about, it is a whole lot of planning, agencies, meetings, It is draining me but if all of it goes as planned it will help homelessness in my area.  Everybody says it is a big project, too big for me to handle with just myself.  Everyday I seem to get closer and closer to answers I didn't have earlier.  I agree it is taking alot of time to get it perfected, I am asking for a Prayer chain from all of you for me, it says in the bible, when two or more come together to ask for the same thing it shall come to pass.  I'm a Penecostal woman born and raised, and I believe his words, they are what keeps me pushing forward, and not giving up on myself. 

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GrantSeeker1234   in reply to Krystal3   on

Has anyone ever got a Gov. grant?

 in response to victor06...   

Hi there victor06, yes please do, right now is a good time too.  They have new grants recently anounced from www.hud.gov for Low-Income, disabled and homeless Individuals.

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GrantSeeker1234   in reply to Krystal3   on

Has anyone ever got a Gov. grant?

 in response to Pamela19...   

Hi there Pamela19's, sorry it took me a bit to answer you, I'm trying to meet my deadline to find scholarships and grants for college before May gets here.  Here is the Information you requested about grants for the disabled in Alabama.  http://www.hud.gov/local/al/homeownership/buyingprgms.cfm  also consider the GOOD NEIGHBOR NEXT DOOR since you were a nurse, you get a special discount, if you fall under Emergency Medical tech. http://www.hud.gov/offices/hsg/sfh/reo/goodn/gnndabot.cfm

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Colorado Help Aid to Grants and other Services and Resources

Here is alot of Grants and Resources for the State of Colorado  http://www.hud.gov/local/co/homeownership/buyingprgms.cfm  Here you will find information to a variety of services for disabled and Low-Income Residence.                                                                        Volunteers of America - (Colorado Branch) has volunteers that will provide and build wheel Chair Ramps for the disabled and elderly.  Volunteers provide minor home repairs and safety
assessments for older adults and people with disabilities.

Also many other public Services.  http://www.voacolorado.org/programs-2007.htm

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Help with Grant Assistance And Resourses for Georgia

 HUD ASSISTANCE For Housing NEEDS in Georgia and Other Resources                             http://www.hud.gov/local/index.cfm?state=ga&topic=homeownership  

 
Buying a Home
  Assistance programs  - resources and programs to help you buy and maintain your home
  HUD homes for sale
  Homeownership vouchers  - some public housing agencies help you become a homeowner through the Housing Choice Voucher Homeownership Program

Owning and Maintaining Your Home
  Home repairs  - money for home improvements and repairs
  Avoiding foreclosure  - don't lose your home


Other Georgia Resources
  Georgia Department of Community Affairs - Resource for Housing Education and Programs
  Local downpayment assistance
  Housing resources for seniors
  Legal assistance
  Help with your utility bills
  Disaster relief and emergency assistance
  Health and environmental information  - safeguard your home and family
  Rural housing programs  -
  Northern Georgia
  Southern Georgia
  Housing resources for Native Americans
  Resources for mobile home owners
  Homeowner and neighborhood associations
  Extended homeowner warranties
  FHA-accepted protection plans

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Relocation Advisory Services and other Help Aids

Relocation Advisory Services               

http://www.hud.gov/offices/cpd/affordablehousing/training/web/relocation/services.cfm  What are some key relocation advisory services requirements?

  • Determine the needs and preferences of displaced persons

  • Explain available relocation assistance

  • Explain a person's right to appeal if they are not satisfied with agency decisions

  • Offer and provide transportation to locate replacement housing

  • Offer other assistance (e.g. social services or financial referrals, housing inspection, etc.)

  • Provide current and ongoing listings of comparable dwellings for residential displacements and replacement sites for businesses

  • Supply information on other federal and state programs offering assistance

  • Provide counseling and other assistance to minimize hardship in adjusting to relocation

  • And other required and appropriate assistance

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GrantSeeker1234   in reply to soulight   on

FREE MONEY TO HELP PAY FOR YOUR NEEDS

 in response to hemanta...   

I dont know if you have seen this but it show all the funding and projects for your location.  At the bottom of the report it tell how many funds are to be released April of 4th week.  I hope this can help you out, it will look like just a white sheet of paper but scroll it down and the report will appear.     http://www.orissa.gov.in/finance/state_finance_comm/Chapter-VII.pdf    I also found this as well, but if you dont know about it, here is this websites as well.   http://www.indianngos.com/ngos/pradeep.htm  and also this one  http://www.orissa.gov.in/foodsupplies/index.htm go to Citizen's Charter, and this one http://www.orissa.gov.in/  the main profile of all services on one page.

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Arizona Programs to Help the Needy

Here is Services I found for the Arizona areas. Hope this helps you out.  It covers a variety of Programs for Individual facing hardship. http://www.library.pima.gov/pdf/bilingualhomelessnessguide.pdf

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GrantSeeker1234   in reply to Krystal3   on

Has anyone ever got a Gov. grant?

As for situations of your finances, there is help out there to lower your finances to 60%, meaning they make the calls get them lowered while at the same time here in Michigan can get a grant of $5,000 to help give you better scoring or eliminate it all together if it was a few thousand dollars of debt, again I'm getting this kind of help, and again I will be looking into what is local and statewide, and begin building a website with the information.  I lost everything I'm rebuilding my life, and with me being in the right places, I'm GET-R-DONE.

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 in response to mommyx4oneontheway...   

I went to a meeting just yesterday and I will be going to another one Tommorrow, I found out that I'm getting awarded $12,000 plus a $3,000 downpayment just for being disabled,  other options of other award in the near future.  And here is a twist for you, thousands of dollars of grant money was turned back in because not alot of information was sent out there for the public.  I was asked to put that information out there as was everybody in my meeting be what ever means we had telling people, I'm doing it on a Website, so that this money is used for the needy and it wont be just turned back in at the end of the year.   Your not looking in the right places, it doesn't cost you to get help, it take knowing the right agencies/foundations. And believe it or not there is forgiveness loans after a period of 5 years or 15 years depending on which plan you choose, or a grant that pays to a certain amount depending on your situation.  There is guarantee loans and FHA doesn't look at credit scores, like other Banks do there the Federal Housing Authority agency. I live in Michigan so I will get a combination Grant called MSHDA-FHA/assisting disabled.

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TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE FOR NEEDY FAMILIES

Applicant Cash Diversion Programs

PRWORA contains no specific diversion provisions. Because the law is silent on diversion, it allows States to provide diversion assistance. As such, the majority of States now offer applicant diversion assistance to families as an alternative to ongoing TANF assistance. Generally, this assistance comes in the form of benefit payments designed to provide short-term financial assistance to meet critical needs in order to secure or retain employment.

Typically, States provide several months of benefits in one lump sum. A few States provide a flat amount. By accepting the diversion payment, the family generally agrees not to re-apply for cash assistance for a specified period of time, e.g., receipt of a diversion payment equal to three months of benefits results in family agreeing to not re-apply for benefits for three months. A number of diversion programs provide applicant job search, other services, and/or referral to alternative assistance programs. (Table 12:9 highlights what cash assistance programs the States are providing). 

Time Limiting Assistance

States generally may not use Federal funds to provide assistance to a family that includes an adult head of household or a spouse of the head of household who has received assistance for 60 months (whether or not consecutive). However, States may extend federally funded assistance beyond 60 months to 20 percent of the caseload, without penalty, based on hardship or domestic violence. States also have the option to set lower time limits on the receipt of TANF benefits.

State policies related to time limiting assistance to a family vary greatly. In a few cases, States had received waivers under section 1115 of the Act to implement time limits before PRWORA. These States have the authority to continue their waiver policies for the duration of their waivers. Furthermore, the flexibility available in the use of State funds allows each State to structure its time limit policies in a variety of ways. For example, a State may use segregated or separate State-only funds to provide assistance to families that it wishes to exempt from the time limit or to families that have reached the 60-month Federal time limit, in excess of the 20 percent cap (See Table12:10).  http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/ofa/data-reports/annualreport6/chapter12/chap12.htm#10                                                                                               

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