The Alaska Temporary Assistance Program (ATAP) provides cash assistance and work services to low-income families with children to help them with basic needs wile they work toward becoming self-sufficient.
Medicaid, an entitlement program created by the federal government, is the primary public program for financing basic health and long-term care services for low-income Alaskans.
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The Valdez City Council approved a 2015 Energy Assistance Program to help local residents relieve some of the energy costs this winter.
Denali KidCare provides excellent health insurance coverage for children and teens through age 18, and for pregnant women who meet income guidelines.
The Senior Benefits Program was established on August 1, 2007. It pays cash benefits to Alaskan seniors who are age 65 or older and have low to moderate income.
The Alaska Food Stamp Program provides food benefits to low-income households.
Supports families in accessing quality child care.
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The Alaska Food Stamp Program provides food benefit to low-income households.
Nutritional program for Pregnant/Breastfeeding Women, Infants and Children up to the age of 5 (WIC).
Alaska's Adult Public Assistance (APA) program provides cash assistance to needy aged, blind, and disabled Alaskans to help them remain independent.
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The program is open from October 1, 2014 until April 30, 2015. Heating assistance helps households pay a portion of home heating expenses.
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