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Also, Medical Assistance counts the unborn child(ren) count in determining household size. As a pregnant woman, you can apply for CCAP before the child is born. When filling out the application, count your unborn child as an infant. If you are pregnant, you may apply for WIC and your unborn child(ren) will be counted in your family size.
Grandparents, other relative caregivers, or family friends who are raising children who are not their own can apply for most of these programs in two different ways: 1) You can apply as a household and count the children in your care as if they were your own; or 2) You can apply just for the children in your care.
School Meal Program: The School Meal Program does not look at assets.
Child Care Assistance Programs: Child Care Assistance Programs do not look at assets.
If you refuse to supply information, you should understand that the county will still pursue the biological parents for child support.
In addition, by refusing to supply information, you and your spouse can be denied program coverage even though you may be otherwise eligible.
If you apply as a household you may have a larger family size that will allow you to qualify for programs at a higher income level or provide you with a larger benefit amount.
For grandparents over the age of 65, applying as a household may make you eligible to receive benefits from programs you normally would not be eligible for as an adult over the age of 65.
Usually children in these caregiving situations are eligible for SNAP (formerly Food Support), Medical Assistance and cash assistance programs.• The Primary Wage Earner (PWE) fails to comply with work requirements.• A household member receiving SNAP is convicted of a drug related felony.• Families composed entirely of people who receive General Assistance (GA), Minnesota Supplemental Aid (MSA), or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) in Minnesota. Energy Assistance Program (EAP): EAP does not look at assets.Women, Infants, and Children Program (WIC): If you or a family member is currently participating in any of the following programs, you and your family are income eligible for the WIC program: 1. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program - SNAP (formerly Food Support) Effective November 1, 2010 SNAP no longer has an asset limit.