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Federal Programs (SSI, Food Stamps/SNAP)

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Federal Programs (Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Food Stamps/SNAP): You must qualify for these programs on income and disability. If you do qualify, you can get up to $735* cash per month for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and up to $649* a month (for a family of 4) of Food Stamps (aka SNAP).

These are the programs you will want to consider applying for when you have a child with ASD:

  1. Supplemental Security Income - SSI
  2. State Medicaid
  3. Medwaiver/Autism Waiver
  4. Temporary Assistance for Needy Families - TANF
  5. Food Stamps - SNAP
  6. Women, Infants and Children - WIC
  7. State Children’s Insurance Programs - CHIP
  8. Head Start
  9. Free and Reduced Breakfast and Lunch Programs
  10. Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program - LIHEAP

*Numbers reflect 2017 benefits.

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Federal Programs (SSI, Food Stamps/SNAP): You must qualify for these programs on income and disability. If you do qualify, you can get up to $735 cash per month for SSI and up to $649 a month (for a family of 4) of Food Stamps.
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