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Welfare

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Transcript of Welfare

The two sides of welfare
Who can receive welfare?
Welfare laws differ from state to state.
Welfare is commonly provided to individuals who are unemployed, those with illness or disability, the elderly, those with dependent children, and veterans.
How welfare works
Welfare is only issued based on a family's income level. The income for the household must be at or below the poverty level set by the state.

TANF
- Temporary assistance for needy families providing cash assistance to American famlies.
- It's a form of temporary welfare.
- Requried to find a job with in 24 months.

(wikipedia.org)
Groceries
Medical Bills
Daily Hygiene
Schooling
Children
Finding a job
Calm yourself
If you are able to make enough to provide for yourself you should be able to help the less fotunate out
When we give money to the poor they go out and spend it on the things they need to survive: paying down their debt, groceries, bills.
This money goes back into the economy much faster than tax cuts do.
Cash Assistance
Cash assistance is given out in small amounts. The amount of cash dispersed depends on a person's income level and family size. The cash is given either on a debit card or direct deposit into a person's bank account. It is dispersed once per month.
(How Does Welfare Work?
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Food Stamps
Food stamps are also issued based on family size and income.
Each month the designated amount goes on the card and the family can then use it at the grocery store. The store automatically deducts the amount from the card

(How Does Welfare Work?
By Alicia Bodine, eHow Contributor)
Support money given by the government to people who are unable to financially provide for themselves and their families.
Welfare percentage
Total number of Americans on welfare today is 12,800,000. (That's 4.1 percent of America.)
food stamps: 46,700,000
unemployment:5,600,000

(US Department of Health and Human Services, U.S Department of Commerce, CATO Institute)

The problems with Welfare
Laziness
Substance Abuse
Abuse of Privileges
Laziness
Welfare programs
- food stamps
- medicaid
- WIC
- PACE


" He who does not work , neither shall he eat" - 2 Thes 3:10
Everyday needs for welfare
Welfare is to help people with low incomes support themselves and their family, not to be their main source of income.
Why do we need it?
People who are laid off qualify for welfare to look for new jobs
Disable people phyically can't work
People with children need money to support them so they can have a better future
Veterans can have all kinds of danamge that could keep them from working
There are people who are able bodied who just won't work. As shown by the video just shown.
Substance Abuse
Studies have shown that out of 8,959 people that were interviewed..
- 80% have an alcohol use disorder
- 76% are canabis users
- 60% are cocaine users
Egibility
You must be a U.S citizen or lawfully admitted
Social Security number is needed
Meet certain work requirements
You must get a drug test (in some states)
Photo identification (in some states)
Community Service (in some states)
(www.wisegeek.org)
Our hard earned money is going to people who are taking it for granted.
Rachel Cahill, et all. "Substance Use Disorders And Employability Among Welfare Recipients." Sunstance Use and Misuse 45.13 (2010): 2095-2112. Academic Search Premier. Web. 17 Oct. 2013.
Work
If we deny these people welfare what else do they have?
Without welfare they don't have the money to get themselves up and to get a job
Welfare is needed to help people like this
Child Care
Child care is only provided for individuals who need to work but can't afford daycare. Those who receive child care must find a child care provider that will agree to get paid what welfare is offering to pay.

(How Does Welfare Work?
By Alicia Bodine, eHow Contributor)





"Without hard work, nothing grows but weeds." - Gordon B. Hinckley
Clients who obtained documented employment:
1 month - 88%
3 months- 74%
6 months- 64%
Rachel Cahill, et all. "Substance Use Disorders And Employability Among Welfare Recipients." Sunstance Use and Misuse 45.13 (2010): 2095-2112. Academic Search Premier. Web. 17 Oct. 2013.
Welfare is...
Abuse of Privledges
Solutions
Drug tests
Restrict what can be purchased.
Require work to recieve benefits.
"Taxpayers should not be in the business of funding the lifestyles of those who are addicted to drugs"
-Kimberly Yee
Rousselle, Christine. ""My Solutions. You're Welcome" for Welfare Refrom --author Gives Full Permission to Be Reprinted in AMG." As Maine Goes. N.p., 18 Jan. 2012. Web. 11 Nov. 2013.
Substance abuse
Buying things that aren't essential
Living from just government assistance.
Things You Should Know Before Applying For Food Stamps." Food Stamps. Food Stamps Guide, 22 July 2013. Web. 11 Nov. 2013.
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