Government Regulations Essay

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  • Topic: Supplemental Security Income, Disability, Social Security Disability Insurance
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Mercedes Garcia
Examining Government Regulations
December 2, 2012
HSM 210
Morgan Gamble

Human Services are made to help and bring various services to those who are in need but as we know there isn’t enough aid to help each and every individual there are different qualifications and policies that are made in order for them to receive the services and it is a process that can take some time. If these policies and regulations weren’t set then any and every one would be trying to receive some sort of aid whether it is a necessity or not and there would be a waiting time frame that would be very extensive due to the fact there would be too many people trying to get help but not enough help so these policies and regulations are in effect not in a negative way but so that people who actually need the help are getting it instead of taking advantage like some try to get away with doing. The target population’s I focused on were the disabled and children and families of low income which seem to me to be the two groups that are steadily increasing in the amount of individuals who need the necessary services that can be provided like with the disabled, SSI and SSDI. Then for the children and families with low income, the services include TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families). SSI (Social Security Income) and SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance) programs provide critical income support for those who meet eligibility requirements. The SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access, and Recovery (SOAR) initiative aims to improve access to SSI/SSDI benefits for individuals who are homeless through an extensive strategy designed to alleviate the challenges this population faces when navigating the SSI/SSDI application process. SSI/SSDI eligibility is liable on having a medical condition that meets Social Security's definition of disability. To even be eligible for SSI benefits, individuals must pass an income and resource test and be deemed disabled. But to be eligible for...
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