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Contact(s): Social Security Office Welfare Department State Rehabilitation Office What do I do? Where do I go? Who do I talk to? Go immediately upon release to the nearest Social Security Office and ask to speak to a counselor so that you can apply for social security inurance emergency supplement benefits of $1500.00. Explain that you are emotionally and mentally unprepared to hold a job, show then your parole or mandatory release papers, in order to prove you are just out of prison. (NOTE you should receive a check within 72 hours) While at the office, fill out the necessary forms for the $310.00 monthly disability benefits for every month you were incarcerated. Now, go to the nearest WELFARE DEPARTMENT OFFICE and apply for the GENERAL RELIEF. Again show them your parole or mandatory release papers as proof that you are just out of prison. Tell them you need financial assistance immediately! A check should be issued to you within 2 hours. It should be for approximately $150.00. Also, apply for FOOD STAMPS while you are there you should recieve about $110.00 worth while you are there be sure to obtain your medical card for health protection benefits. (NOTE this card can be used at any doctor's office) SSI a. $1500.00-one time payment b. $300.00-3 months payment c. $228.00-per month payment d. $168.00-per month payment VOCATIONAL a. $1900.00-for auto expense b. $300.00-for work clothes c. $400.00-for casual clothes d. $$$$$-for work tools UPON YOUR RELEASE : 1. About two months prior to release send a letter to the regional director of the social security department asking for an application for $980.00 under SSI. Tell him you have seen and been approved for parole or your release date and city you will be living in. You can't receive benefits while in prison, but your letter serves as an application. Under RCW 74.29.205, RCW 72.02.040 and Public Law 93.365.92.603 as an ex-convict you are classified as a disadvantaged minority. (IF YOU HAVE A JOB WAITING YOU WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE FOR THIS BENEFIT) 2. Under the same citations as quoted in #1, you can write the DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES in your city or county, to get a list for LOW INCOME HOUSING. 3. Upon your release if you have no job waiting you can go to the Dept. of Social Services and apply for food stamps. Approximately $180.00 is available if you qualify. 4. Even if you rent a room if your income is below a certain level you are eligible in many states for a one time a year fuel assistance payment through your social services. 5. To help you get a job in the trade in which you are qualified and the job requires tools and/or special clothing, go to the DEPARTMENT OF VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION. 6. If you wish to start your own business, the SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONS can help. You must present a business plan to at least three banks and be turned down by them before approaching the SBA. The SBA can loan you up to $24,000.00 which the SBA guarantees to the bank. Under the retired businessman plan a sucessful small business owner, (who is retired) will help you formulate your business plan at no charge. They will also loan you up to $1000.00 more if a work vehicle is needed of course you must present a business plan which shows a chance for success. 7. Under the dept. of labor insurance plan, the government will ensure your bonding if needed for a job. 8. Targeted JOB TAX CREDITS is a benefit for the employers willing to hire ex-convicts. The employer will receive a $3000.00 "TAX WRITE OFF" the first year and a $1500.00 one the next. If the employer is training you in a skill the government will pay half of your wages for the first year, in addition to the tax-cut the employer receives. 9. As an ex-convict you are classified as a disadvantaged minority, thus you are eligible for vocational training schooling, as well as the benefits mentioned above. (YOU NEED TO BE AWARE OF THE FACT THAT MANY STATE AND FEDERALLY OPERATED PROGRAMS DON'T WANT TO BE BOTHERED WITH EX-CONVICTS, Dothan SUCH CASES ALWAYS BRING THE PROPER LAWS AND DOCUMENTS STATING YOU ARE ENTITLED TO RECEIVE THESE BENEFITS.) DO THIS WITHIN TEN DAYS OF YOUR RELEASE Go to the STATE REHABILITATION CENTER where you can apply for various federally funded loans and grants. If you want to start a small business make a list of the approx. cost of all equipment you will need. (i.e. tools, work clothes, etc.) and an estimate for how much operating cash you will need to start up the business. Until it starts to make a living for you. They may loan you up to $50,000.00 If you need to be bonded for employment by a private employer you can obtain the bond from and US district Court. Go to the probation and parole department it should take less than an hour to have the validated forms in your hand. You are qualified because you are on SSI. The WELFARE DEPT. will automatically send you $228.00 per month for financial assistance and utility. SSI is the same in
For the best answers, search on this site of the big takeaways I got from Barack Obama’s State of the Union was having a Constitutional law professor scold the Supreme Court for a recent decision — and getting the particulars wrong on national television. Could it possibly get worse than that? The Con-Law prof seems a little confused about what’s actually in the Constitution: "We find unity in our incredible diversity, drawing on the promise enshrined in our Constitution: THE NOTION THAT WE ARE ALL CEATED EQUAL, that no matter who you are or what you look like, if you abide by the law you should be protected by it; that if you adhere to our common values you should be treated no different than anyone else." Is “the notion that we are all created equal” actually enshrined in our Constitution? Er, no. The closest one can get is the 14th Amendment, which guarantees that people cannot be denied “equal protection of the laws.” There is only one use of any form of the word create, in Article I Section 6, barring former members of Congress from receiving emoluments from offices created or pay increased while serving as a member. The “notion”, actually a principle, that we are all created equal is found in the Declaration of Independence, not the Constitution. And if you don't 'abide by the law', are you not still protected by it? Is there no limit to this man's ignorance? I didn't realize you could get a Harvard law degree through the mail.
Public Law 93.365.92.603 DOES NOT EXISTS. NOTHING indicated in this so-called law is real. There are no such benefits for individuals upon their release from prison, not from Social Security, Welfare, Veterans Administration or anywhere else. On the contrary, while you are incarcerated, you have no right to a Social Security or Supplemental Security Income benefit. That so called emergency supplement benefit of $1500.00 is not real. The truth is that you must be found medically disabled to a 100% level by the Disability Determinations Services (DDS) office, which is a state agency AND you must have insured status. Insured status means that you must have worked enough to qualify for the Social Security Disability benefit. The rules for Supplemental Security Income are similar in regards to the medical determination, but the financial and resource factors are what may or may not make you eligible. Please do your research and find out for yourself. Your best source for information is www.socialsecurity.gov where you will be able confirm this information and realize that nowhere in the site does it talk about such made up Public Law. Feel free to ask any attorney or advocate that deals with Social Security about this lie and although you will be dissapointed, at least will not be wasting your time waiting one hour to be told the same thing you are reading here. Whoever is spreading this non-sense is just imagining things or attempting to start something that is not going anywhere. You can't make up laws and pretend that the government will abide by them.
Agree with Aflac. So just in case you didn't see her response. Here it is again. He was agreeing with the founding fathers, that it's flawed. "In these sentiments, Sir, I agree to this Constitution with all its faults, if they are such; because I think a general Government necessary for us, and there is no form of Government but what may be a blessing to the people if well administered, and believe farther that this is likely to be well administered for a course of years, and can only end in Despotism, as other forms have done before it, when the people shall become so corrupted as to need despotic Government, being incapable of any other." ~ Benjamin Franklin Obama is a constitutional scholar, and actually knows more about the Constitution than you do. edit: Unless your claim is that the founding fathers were in essence God. Than you must admit it is fallible.