Some types of benefits available from the Family and Social Services Administration include job training, health provisions, child care, food and cash assistance. Individuals can learn more about each program's eligibility criteria by contacting the FSSA on 1-800-457-8283 or visiting the agency's official website.
The FSSA is responsible for ensuring that regulations for the Federal Nutrition Assistance Program are implemented. The SNAP program is aimed at extending benefits to low-income families in the form of food aid. Individuals must show proof of residence, financial and asset limit to qualify for the benefits.
Medicaid is a federally controlled program that extends benefits in the form of social health assistance. The FSSA can assist an individual's access to this program by providing information on how to apply and providing links to the application forms. Low-income earners are often eligible for this program.
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families is a program that extends benefits in the form of cash and supportive services. Families with dependents under the age of 18 are likely to qualify if they meet the eligibility criteria set down by the law. FSSA provides assistance in the form of information and links to applications forms. The FSSA also assists with job training and early childhood education.