Individuals who are experiencing financial difficulty and count on Supplemental Security Income to survive often need additional resources in order to make ends meet. A new program in Missouri aims to help those who receive SSI, State Supplemental Disability Assistance, or a number of other low-income services, by providing those needy individuals with a free cell phone and a limited number of free minutes of cell service.
According to PR Newswire, TracFone Wireless, Inc. is offering qualifying Missouri residents a free wireless cell phone and 68 free minutes of talk time every month. If unused, the minutes will roll over into the next month. Perhaps most important, the phones will have unrestricted access to 911.
Recipients are expected to demonstrate that they are eligible for this plan, typically with income statements or proof of enrollment in a program that requires proof of little to no income. Qualifying programs include:
State Supplemental Disability Assistance
Veteran Administration Disability Benefits
Low Income Home Energy Assistance
National School Lunch Program
Section 8 housing
If you live in Missouri and have experienced delays in receiving your SSI benefits, contact a advocate today so that you don't miss out on qualifying for this free service.
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