Grants for Disabled in New Mexico

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Those who live in New Mexico and need assistance making ends meet each month may be able to get financial help. There are programs that provide grants to the disabled in New Mexico, helping to pay for food, housing, and bills. The programs are open to those who have a low income or are experiencing financial issues. Some of the programs provide long-term assistance, while others focus on short-term help.

 

Most of the grant programs will allow you to apply online, while some may accept mailed in applications, or require a visit to their office. They all require that you be a legal citizen or legal non-citizen to be approved. If you do receive any grants you can take comfort in knowing that, unlike loans, they never have to be paid back.

 

Grants for Disabled in New Mexico

 

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) – This program offers grants to help pay for food. If you are approved for the program you will receive a debit card that can be used to purchase your groceries at the store. To qualify, you have to have a low income. The amount of your monthly grant is determined by how many people are in your household. There is no time limit on how long you can receive SNAP grants.

 

Medicaid – If you need help paying for medical care then you will want to apply for Medicaid. Those who are approved for the program will receive help paying for such things as dental visits, primary care, hospital care, specialists, and prescriptions. Typically, the whole family will be able to qualify for the medical care coverage. To qualify, you have to be low income and a legal resident.

 

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) – This program provides cash grants for disabled in New Mexico that can be used to meet basic living needs. The cash can be used to pay bills, buy food, obtain housing, transportation, and more. Depending on your situation, there may be a limit to how long you can receive TANF. This program does require that you have at least one minor child in the household. If you are an individual, or don’t have minor children, you may qualify for cash assistance through their General Assistance program.

 

Energy Assistance – You can receive help paying for your utility bill through the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). They will help you pay one utility bill per year if you meet the low income requirements. The grant is given to the utility provider on your behalf. They also provide weatherization services, which will help lower your monthly bills, and they do help with some heating and cooling system repairs and replacements.

 

Housing and Urban Development (HUD) – This federally funded program provides housing grants for disabled in New Mexico. Their programs offer a voucher program, that will help pay your rent, and they offer a public housing program that provides people with a government-owned unit. HUD also provides weatherization services and will help with essential home repairs. They also have a program in place to help homeowners avoid foreclosure.

 

Catholic Charities – This nonprofit organization provides help to people around the country. They have various programs in place to assist people with financial issues. They provide shelters, food, addiction counseling, crisis assistance, and more. If you need help they may be able to provide it to you. They also provide help for refugees. Contact the location that is close to you and inquire about the process of getting help. They usually do not have a strict process for receiving help, because it is open to everyone who is in need.

 

 

 


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