So, does anyone know if there's a limit on the amount one can receive? For example, does the amount of housing assistance received affect the amount of SNAP benefits you can receive? Can you be enrolled in multiple programs at once?
#3 | POSTED BY JPW AT 2018-04-25 09:12 PM | FLAG:
Yes there is. Its not hard to qualify just work at your average minimum wage or a little above minimum wage job. Since welfare reform there are a lot fewer lifers because after five years you're on your own. The hardest part about low income housing is getting one. The waiting lists are years long. Hence the reason there are so many working homeless. Once you do get in you are under audit and what you pay will be based on what you earn... and they make sure you have very little pocket money to spend on non essentials... which is one of the reasons petty crime is so high.
This is another one of the republicl*wn ghost stories that Carson is talking all tough about because the people he is talking tough to can't really defend themselves and know that without assistance they will join the ranks of the homeless... essentially pushed to the back of the line.
One of the things that makes me hate the current republuicl*wn movement