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  • In 4 months Utah saved over 2 million dollars from not giving illegals welfare benefits. What do you think we would save if this were done in every state and other benefits they receive were cut off? If California did this, would it benefit the state since they are so far in debt? Do you think that food pantries should ask for identification to make sure that they are citizens who benefit from this since illegals are taking the food from our citizens who truly need it? Feds save millions after illegal immigrants lose benefits By Julia Lyon The Salt Lake Tribune Revising food stamps rules affecting undocumented immigrants in Utah may have saved the federal government more than $2 million, an analysis by the state Department of Workforce Services (DWS) shows. Between July and October, 2,724 households with undocumented immigrants lost benefits; 788 of those households saw a decline in financial assistance. That equals an estimated $2.1 million in cost savings, according to the analysis. Food stamps, which help low-income families buy food each month, are available to all eligible U.S. citizens based on household income and family size. A blended household with U.S.-born children and undocumented parents could potentially still qualify if its income was low enough. Food stamp benefits are paid by the federal government. Rep. Christopher Herrod, R-Provo, said he was happy with the savings, even if it was not in state dollars. “It’s saving our children from additional debt,” said the legislator, who is married to a legal immigrant from the Ukraine. “It also goes to show there are costs associated with illegal immigrants.” In July, Utah began to count all income of household members when determining eligibility for food stamps. In the past, only a portion of undocumented immigrants’ income was counted, due to the limitations of an old computer system. The result was that the income of a family with undocumented members might appear to be lower than a similar family of all native Utahns, making the newcomers eligible for food stamps while the native Utahns were not. Statewide, 9.1 percent of all households receiving food stamps include undocumented members, according to DWS. In Salt Lake County, 11.1 percent of households on food stamps include undocumented members. The highest numbers are in Summit County where nearly 30 percent of households on food stamps include undocumented residents. Those numbers have not significantly differed since the rules changed. Of the thousands of families who lost benefits — many of whom are Latino — some are seeking help at free food pantries such as Hildegarde’s Pantry at St. Mark’s Cathedral in Salt Lake City. During the recession, families lost jobs and food stamps, and moved in with uncles and cousins to try and save money, said Lydia Herrera, the pantry director. “I have lots of families who don’t receive any more food stamps,” said Herrera, who noted the pantry is extremely low on canned meat such as tuna and chicken. “They are not getting by.” Herrod said he hated to see any family go hungry, “but I don’t think it’s fair to the taxpayers to bear that burden especially if they’re in the country illegally.” “I believe in immigration, but I believe those individuals who come should strive to be self-sufficient,” he said. jlyon@sltrib.com http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/home/508815...
  • Jaime claims that Utah's own government statistics are not "credible". Gee? I wonder what statistics he does consider "credible"? The Immigration Policy Center's (American Immigration Lawyers Association)? LaRaza? A similar study done for California government officials found that 30% of the households in California that receive welfare payments are headed by illegal aliens. California also has the highest NUMBER of welfare recipients in the U.S., so yes, we'd save not only $ millions but $ billions.
  • It's so funny how those who claim your sources aren't credible will cite "sources" such as media matters and the huffington post. We all know how reliable they are. We would save BILLIONS if support to illegals were cut off. Utah is leading the way, the other states had better get on board. It's just as No Dream Act states, they will just move to some state with sanctuary policies to get there food stamps. You would think that a state with as big a debt as California has would be the first to cut off benefits to illegals; but California will continue to support the illegals until the state is so far in the hole they will need a Federal bail out.
  • Don't hold your breathe. Deal is they are asking what the market will bear and do the work. The others are being paid with false documentation and if they do that, then why wouldn't they get a tax return, both are serious offenses, No? Take care. They were welcomed in New Orleans by the big companies so they would not have to pay union wage, with travel pay, insurance, dues, etc. I wonder how the hospitals are holding out. Actually the big companies coud pay, but like a friend told me he made $430 a day just counting dump trucks full of trash, but he did have to pay for his own food and hotel. Take care.
  • Become a citizen or GO HOME!!! I don't think if you are an illegal you should be entitled to welfare, free food etc.
  • It saves money directly and indirectly. Directly from the benefits money, and indirectly when the alien scum go to a sanctuary state like California they can mooch off of
  • It's proof to anyone willing to see it. The Libs are blind to facts that they disagree with.
  • Refusing to provide services to any member of society would save money.
  • No sources are stated, this is not credible. It's more of an opinion.
  • If it were even half true, yes! but your source is not credible.
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  • I am sorry for all that you are going through! What you need to find is a physical therapist that will work with you. This can be done on a self pay basis and doesn't have to break your budget. What you are looking for is someone that will work on you with a hands on approach. There are some movements that can be done to move the fluid portion of the disc off the nerves. The fluid portion of the disc is made up a material that is like yogurt and not water. It can be influenced away from the nerve. There are other aspects of this that also have to be taken into account. For one most surgeons will tell you that back surgery is not anywhere near perfect. By their own statistics it is only successful in fifty percent of the cases and the long term studies show that the success rate is not much better than doing nothing. The steroid injections are only good for at most six months. So the therapy should be able to help you long term if you follow those guidelines forever. There are things that you can do to help yourself also. One if you are overweight start to loss it now! Find a pool and start walking in chest high water. The water will cut you weight by as much as forty percent and that will ease the stress on the lower back. When standing squeeze the buttocks as hard as you can as often as you can. This simple maneuver will help to strengthen the buttocks but it will also help to bring the pelvis into a neutral position. That position helps to move the disc back into the correct position. Watch your posture! Avoid slumping and sit up straight. Get a high back wooden rocker and sit in there and rock. The rocking is very sediative to the nervous system and the position is good for the back. Before going to bed lie on the bed on your stomach. If you can tolerate lying on your stomach with the weight on the forearms even better. Stay like that one to two minutes. What you are looking for is a change in the pain pattern. Right now there is numbness in the leg and with this pattern you want that to start to move up the leg towards the buttocks. That is a very successful treatment when that starts. So at this point you need to start calling therapists to find one that will work with you and do the other things.
  • Spine surgery is very safe nowadays. My cousin got her Spine surgery in India by the company called Forerunners Healthcare .The Price for the surgery she paid in India was very less. She paid 25 % of the cost she was quoted in America. Forerunners Healthcare is very famous in India. They arrange spine surgery for foreigners in India. I read a lot about them in the Newspapers and about their patient stories. They arrange financing for USA, Canadian, UK and other international patients who plan to have surgery abroad for low price, as Spine and other orthopedic surgery is not covered by insurance. They also have photos pasted of their International patients. You can checkout their website. There are huge cost savings. As a doctor I personally believe that surgery can be easily handled in India, as the quality of healthcare available In India is simply best in the world. The surgeons are USA/UK trained and facilities are 5 star. http://www.forerunnershealthcare.com Hope this helps.
  • Many doctors will negotiate a reduced fee for people who cannot afford to pay the full price of surgery.
  • Depending on her age and if she is disabled you can always see if she is eligible for Medicare or state sponsored insurance provided by the state of Utah.
  • have your mother commit a federal crime, say rob a bank. If she doesn't get caught, she's got the cash to pay for surgery. If she does get caught...well, prisoners get free health care.
  • I don't know much about it, so I'm hoping someone here can help me out. She's a single mother in Utah and she's on welfare (financial assistance, food stamps). She is 24 years old and has her GED. According to her, she can live on base with her daughter and go to college at the same time, and the Navy will pay for everything (which is pretty much the only reason she wants to do this). Is there truth to this? Or is she in for a rude awakening?
  • First of all, she will be working in a job where she will be on rotation for deployment. Most new recruits do 3-5 years of sea duty, with random length deployments filling in gaps between doing a serious 6-month tour at sea every 18 months. Once the sea duty passes, shr can get two years of shore duty to go to school as she can. She'll still be working. All of this is assuming that she can have someone take care of her child while she is in boot camp AND her first school station training for her job (no dependents on base unless school takes over 180 days).
  • - She'll need 15 college credits WITH the GED just to enlist now-a-days. The military is turning down a lot of people with GEDs now. - I'm not sure on the welfare, but she'll need to talk to a recruiter about that. It may be a problem. - Since she is a single parent, she'll need someone to take care of the child when she's away. (you can see how that might be a issue)
  • She can't enlist if she's a single mother. She can't enlist if she doesn't have a high school diploma. So yeah, I'd say she's in for a rude awakening. Unless she marries the kid's father or turns over custody permanently to her parents, AND gets 15 college credits, she's not going anywhere.
  • very rude awakening as a single parent she is ineligible to enlist. she cannot give up custody just to enlist and she may not regain custody at all during the entire first term of enlistment additionally, she cannot enlist with a GED unless she also has 15 100level college credits. if she somehow manages to take care of the first 2 isues, she will NOT be allowed to hgave her child live with her at all and new regs means she cannot take college classs until she has been at her first duty station a full 12 months.. AFTER all her training.
  • You can take college classes while in the Navy but from what I've heard it is quite hard to find time depending on your job.
  • There is, however I think you need to sign up for four years, and you can only do college after you're done. I may be wrong though.
  • My story is kind of a long, annoying one, so thanks in advance for bearing with me! LoL!!! I moved to Utah in 2004 to go to college, which was somewhat successful. I got an Associates Degree, which doesn't mean much, I know. I then transferred to a 4-year school here in Utah to attempt to get a Bachelor's Degree, and after changing my major several times, and running out of federal financial aid, that didn't happen. I'm 31 and have been on Social Security Disability since 2003, and haven't really worked much since then either, but as I said above, have been going to school off and on during that time. I am on SSDI (Social Security) due to depression and anxiety problems, which have really improved tremendously in the last 9 years! As I said, my options for financial aid for obtaining a Bachelor's degree have run out, so I'm not even considering that option. One option I have been considering is getting a job as a CNA (Certified Nurse's Assistant). It's something I've very familiar with, as many of my family members have done it in the past or currently do it now as a job. I get it's nothing glamorous, but I'm not looking for anything glamorous, just a job that pays decent (I'm not picky, minimum wage is decent for me even), has benefits, and is relatively secure, which in some parts of the country, is a CNA job. CNA jobs also seem to be in plenty demand in various areas like the Midwest, and don't seem to be going anywhere any time soon with America's aging population. Yes, I get there's other jobs that pay better, have better conditions, I know. I've been thinking about a CNA job in a Nursing home, as that is what I'm most familiar with (from family member's employment experiences). I've always got along and worked well with the elderly, and I know and am prepared for the good, the bad, and downright messy aspects of the job. I've applied for CNA jobs here and there over the years, but due to school at the time, or anxiety, further back, I didn't end up taking the jobs when I was offered them. As I said, those things are not a problem for me now. Here's where my dilemma starts. I've really been considering moving to Nebraska, North Dakota, or South Dakota, or other nearby states as they have very low unemployment rates and plenty of CNA jobs, and most other jobs, available. I realize unemployment rates don't mean everything too, but they are a plus for the Midwest. Here in Utah, we have CNA jobs, of course, but they seem to be harder to get, with large waiting lists just to get into CNA training programs. I also am fully aware, that, due to my lack of recent work history, I'm not going to be on the top of the list when employers are looking through applications. I'd rather apply for a job where 2 or 3 people are applying for it, rather than 20 or 30, then I honestly may as well not bother. I'm not trying to be pessimistic, just realistic! I think this is where I'd have an advantage in the Midwest. Currently, I'm doing relatively well, but everything I have is from various social services. My income, my health insurance, etc. I'm also near the top of the waiting list in my city for Section 8 housing assistance through HUD. I'm grateful to receive all these benefits, and I'm not looking for criticism of me or the programs, because I do qualify for them and am not "using the system," but I feel I'm to a point in my life where I can do more. I can either stay here in Utah, where unemployment is not terrible, but it's not great either, and lower-education jobs like CNAs often pay less than in the Midwest, and often don't have the benefits that they do in the Midwest (I've done plenty of research on this). Here in Utah, I can coast by, but probably not find work, and probably remain on government programs. I'm not ashamed to be on these programs, but would like to be a contributing member of society and not be on them, plus I believe that working and being productive would make me feel better overall, regardless of the field. Rather than stay here and wait for things to "get better" and maybe get a job down the line, I could go to Nebraska or a Dakota, where I think I may have better chances with my current situation. I am from the Midwest (Iowa) originally, and I believe I have the mindset and values of a Midwestern person, and understand and relate to the people there. Utah's nice and all, but after a while, especially if government programs get cut, I might not be doing so well. What's the point of beautiful mountain scenery if you have no money or means to enjoy it, after all. I'm really leaning toward this Nebraska (or Dakota) plan to become productive and get off social programs. There's people who need them now more than I do. Any ideas or input on my situation would be much appreciated! My family li
  • Another vote for North Dakota. We're hurting all over. You wouldn't have to go to the oil patch (housing is nonexistent AND expensive there right now). You could try either the cities (relatively speaking -- Fargo, Grand Forks, Bismarck, Minot) or the nonstagnant towns, like Jamestown, Valley City. Or smaller but stable and in need of employees -- Carrington, Harvey, Cooperstown, Hillsboro, Wahpeton, Casselton, Steele, etc. CNA's make far more than minimum wage here, I believe, and they don't worry about out-of-town applications as much. They need help. It's a good starting point to get where you may want to be in a few years, especially if you decide to pursue more higher education. Glad you are doing so much better -- now may be the perfect time to make a positive change in your life. Good luck!
  • I also agree that you should try to find a job before you commit to moving. Can you take a short vacation to stay with family and try to look for a job while you're there? Also, understand that CNA jobs are not really going to provide you with a financially stable life. It's not likely you will be able to afford your own apartment, vehicle, food, insurance, and all your other monthly expenses on that wage unless you're working straight night shifts and working overtime. CNA is not really a long-term viable career. I hope you're considering doing something else in the long run, like going on to get your RN. If you already started working towards a bachelor's you might only be 2-3 years from being able to complete a BSN. Otherwise you could just go for an ADN program at a community college. Either way, if you got your RN license you'd be set for life, earning 3-4 times the wages of a CNA.
  • It's great that you are considering options before just up and moving. I would caution you about moving before you have a job. It's expensive, depressing and stressful to basically start over anywhere. Consider find companies that is hiring there and apply online. You will be competiting and it is more difficult long distance. But competition won't end just because you live down the road. \ Use the college career center. They may offer resume writing, interview skills, job search seminars - take advantage of everything. Some companies recruit at colleges so you will be in a familiar environment. Volunteer - if you aren't already, find a place to volunteer while you are job hunting. This will refresh your skills and give you something new to put on a resume. Discuss your employment options with a Social Security counselor. You may be limited what you can work at while on SSI, and they will be able to discuss your options. Engage your family to discuss their help. Since they already live in one of the areas you are considering, they will know the industry hiring practices. Good luck...
  • North Dakota is booming now. That would be my recommendation. You are young enough to make a career and be successful and make contributions to social security. If you dont return to work you will end up at age 68 with the same amount of social security as you get now to live on. You would not have anxiety and depression if you straightened yourself out. Dont take medications. Eat heatlhy and exercise and dont smoke. You will be ok.
  • Utah land of the mormons and tithing I mean morons
  • okay I voluteer for an org. that helps shelter dogs. Recently we were on the front page of the newspaper and since then we have been getting all sorts of "come pick up my stray" calls. In every case we have told the person we cannot do that call animal control. Well we got a call the other day from a woman who's friend have over 150 dogs (she's a backyard breeder) and the friend is sick and needs help. They wanted us to come and take half of them. We are a small group and dont have the room for them. So the head of the organ told her that would take pict. and try to find a rescue that would take them. We would also foster as many of them as we could, in one condition she signs something saying that she cannot breed again. She wants to keep 3-4 dogs, but we told her only if she gets them fixed. If not we could not help her. If she doesn't comply within 1 day we will call spca and report her. (the shelter will just euthanize them all so that's not a good thing) What do you think?
  • God Bless you and your organization. I hope that breeder signs that she will no longer breed again. I think another front page advertisement is needed. Hopefully you will get many needed foster homes. I am sure that your adoption coordinator has a list or emails of area rescue groups. Put out a Plea For Help to all of the area rescues even go across state line to area states. Can you tell me what state you are in? If you are near me I could help you. I could even foster. I work with about 200 rescue organizations and I am a rescuer myself. I am sure if you were somewhat close to me I could assist you. There are plenty of volunteers that do nothing but transport for rescued animals from state to state as well. Don't give up take some of these suggestions and use them. The goal would be to save all of the dogs and it can be done with the right help. There are also some really big organizations that can offer great advice and sometimes financial assistance one is Best Friends in Utah. You could also try calling the ASPCA for a list of organizations that you can rely on. I have some other ideas for you. You can email me.
  • What breed of dog are they and where are they located? Certain breeds are easier to place than others and certain areas are easier to work within than others. Good call on the 'no more breeding' clause too. It might be a good idea to start surfing around to see if you can find other groups to link up with and try to save the dogs together. Also, once you've agreed to take or place the dogs, then perhaps an adoption drive or something could help get them into homes. See if you could get some time at a local park or something and bring some of the animals there and maybe you can get some of them adopted out. Also, beforehand, there's always PetFinder.com. Get the word out in the pet community too. Hang fliers in pet stores, grooming shops and vets offices, both about events involving the dogs and about their adoption availablity in general. Maybe you'll be able to stir up some interest and get some help with supplies or medical assistance, because god knows the spay/neuter on that bunch is going to be expensive and it's going to take quite a bit of time and a great vet. If you're in the Northeast region, I may be able to personally help, feel free to contact me via email. Good luck!
  • Backyard breeding isn't good and I think thats thr right thing to do. Selling the puppies or giving them to a good home could help, because most people spay/neuter their dogs. However, I think you should give her like a week, if she's sick she might be slightly confused and not have her wits about her. Euthanizing them all isnt a good thing, but if there was 150 of them they probably didnt get the best care, so if you couldnt find them a good home its better then having them be abused.
  • I work with a humane society and we too have limited capacity. I really think this is a case for the SPCA to handle since the person is a hoarder (a psychological condition) and they have the legal means to prevent her from continuing to breed and collect animals - and she will for certain. You are just a volunteer organization and don't have those powers. I'd let SPCA take the lead and then let them know you will take as many animals as possible and run ads on your website for all of them as you promised. I'm pretty sure this is what our organization would do. We have a good working relationship with our County Animal Control (the equivalent of your SPCA) and we sometimes work together.
  • Depending on the breed of dog, I would contact that breed rescue and see if they can come up with foster homes. This happens every year with greyhound rescue-a large amount of dogs need help, and they ask every greyhound rescue group in the country to help out. They then transport dogs to wherever the foster homes are. What breed are they?
  • Oh gosh.... Its not the animals fault that this awful situation has come around, I don't know your area or country but could you call as many help centers or radio or TV stations to seek immediate attention, god bless you and i hope you get help quick regards angi x What a surprise frog muncher BELOW has a block on his emails after the very sick answer he gave, people report this person please just reading this question again, here in Malta we have a program on anI'mal plant that deals with situations like this, this person needs help... 150 dogs breading!!!! they should not be allowed to keep any dogs, in sure there is a cruelty act somewhere in what this person is doing, i wish i could devote my life to animals, i have cats im a huge animal lover and i get upset by stories like this... i really do hope you can find a solution to this terrible situation, regards angi x
  • I think you should do what you can. Find foster homes for the dogs, and send some dogs to a non-kill shelter. This is the best plan so far. Good Luck, and I hope none of the poor dogs get put to sleep!!! (What state do you live in? Town? Maybe people can help!)
  • The woman is a hoarder with a serious mental illness. She needs to be monitored on a regular basis. Letting her keep 3 or 4 neutered animals is fine. The others must go. Where are you, Amanda? Can I help?
  • If they are purebreds call the breed's purebred rescue coordinator ASAP. http://www.akc.org/breeds/rescue.cfm Very often just getting word of mouth going amongst breeders can be helpful. If there are any Samoyeds or Bernese Mtn Dogs please email me and I can put you in contact with the appropriate people. Good Luck!
  • I'm sorry, but I truly think that ALL of the dogs this person 'owns' should be 'euthanized' ... they are all 'kennel shy' and used ONLY as 'breeders' and they are far too 'old' to be 'taught to be a good pet.' As for letting that person continue to 'own' pets if they are 'fixed' ... that's just 'wrong' too ... this person needs to be sent to JAIL for being a 'backyard breeder' with so many dogs ... and not 'given a reward' of ANY DOGS ... and WHAT is to prevent this person from 'moving to a new area' and just starting the 'backyard breeding' all over again? REPORT HER TO THE SPCA ... but tell them they may 'have to' euthanize ALL the dogs, so they won't be 'stuck' with them trying to find 'good homes' for dogs that DO NOT BELONG IN ANY HOME.
  • I'm trying to set up disability insurance, but it's been almost a month, and it's still not in place yet. It's illegal for me to work while attempting to set up disability insurance, as that would constitute insurance fraud, and I hurt to bad to work anyway. Is there anywhere I can go for help, that will compansate me in addition to the disability insurance I'm trying to get in place. I expect to be out of work for at least another few weeks. I have no money, and bills are beginning to fall due.
  • I actually work for the department that adminsters all of the welfare program in my state. The name of the agency and programs will vary from state to state, but all states have financial assistance programs for people who are unable to work because of physical/mental illness. For example, in Utah, if you are unable to work and make at least $500 a month for 3 months or more, you can receive cash assistance and food stamps while you pursue pemanently disability or recover and return to work. If you cannot find the agency in your state, please email me and I will give you the contact information for your state. Good luck!
  • You need to change jobs once you return to work. You should be on Workman's Comp if you're on injury leave. If your job doesn't offer it, I highly suggest starting a job search now or soon after you return to work. Meanwhile, disability insurance shouldn't take longer than 10 business days to push through. When it takes longer, that usually means you or the person/people handling the case are dragging your/their feet for paperwork and/or information. Get your form(s) filled out by the doctor(s) ASAP to avoid further delays. Most doctor's offices will allow you to drop the papers off to be filled out & returned to you in 72 hours. If not, they may require an appointment to speak with the doctor for about 15-20 minutes to go over the paperwork. Apply to the local welfare office to get some kind of assistance. They can get you food stamps, cash aid & medical coverage. If you don't have kids, you can't apply for cash aid or medical coverage. Food stamps is it without kids. Sometimes you can apply for General Relief. BUT that comes with a string....GR HAS to be repaid once you're back working or getting some kind of income.
  • You can apply for public aid, food stamps and for utility assistance. Look on Yahoo for utility assistance in your area. Disability insurance should not take more than a week. What is the hold up? You may also want to try SSI income from social security for short term disability.
  • I am a authentic puppy sitter and feature had the equal predicament dealing with a horse over a interval of three months who required wound care, medicating, stall leisure, mucking 2x/day and 20 mins of going for walks day-to-day. Each talk over with used to be $15 (I cost $20 now). Dressing alterations had been additionally $15, seeing as there used to be a little of hazard worried considering it used to be a rope burn on a rear pastern and it used to be very touchy. Even although the pony wasn't recognized to be a kicker, any animal in discomfort has the capabilities to harm anyone. Don't promote your self quick. If the girl are not able to come up with the money for the distinct care her horse demands, she don't have one.
  • if you have kids you can file for emergency food stamps and a check...i don't agree with a lot of people that get assistance like that, but it is there if you are one that really needs it and since it will only be temporary. atleast check with your local office...they may be able to help with atleast something.
  • Contact your local social services agency
  • Social Security can help you
  • I would try to donate plasma. You can get a little bit of money out of it but anything helps.
  • I am 35 weeks pregnant, We have not had health insurance since January after he took a new job. When he took this new job he moved out of state. And he tried different ways for us to get insurance like the coast guard but it didn't work out. He was let go from his job fired really for not showing up to work. I am a sahm I've been for the last 8 years. Could him being fired mean that I wont be able to qualify for medicaid if I applied? I live in Utah.
  • Yes, you can still be eligible for pregnancy medicaid even if your husband was fired. Medicaid is based on your income and household size. For Utah, there is also a "Baby my Baby" program that you may qualify for, which will give you cash assistance for pregnancy expenses while your application is processed: http://www.babyyourbaby.org/financial/el...
  • I would go to your local health department, so that you will at least get some prenatal care. They will not turn you away. And then go from there.
  • No, but the debt collection agencies can come after you and take you to court and then you're responsible for court and lawyer fees as well. They can also garnish your wages as well. It's best just to pay the bill so it doesn't end up costing you more in the end. In the consent to treat/and consent to bill insurance that you signed when you were treated says that you will pay whatever insurance does not. If you are tight on money and there's some reason that you cannot pay you can apply for financial assistance.
  • No, but your credit will be screwed. Plus, hospitals -- or collection agencies hired by hospitals -- can turn debt over to an attorney who can file a legal claim against you if you do not pay. If the court decides that the hospital or collection agency has a good case, you will be ordered to repay, which can result in garnishment of wages or money you have in the bank.
  • while you're very low earnings, pass to the scientific institution social worker workplace and notice in case you could qualify for a invoice adjustment or charity care. in any different case, set up a fee plan. regardless of in case you in basic terms pay $one hundred a month, they'll probably settle for it. next time, in case you do not have coverage, pass to an pressing care middle fairly, or a type of walk-in clinics like at CVS. they're plenty extra fee-effective. get some scientific wellness coverage so which you do no longer would desire to challenge approximately this.
  • No. There are no debtor's prisons in the United States.
  • No but collection agencies can screw you over.
  • http://www.expertlaw.com/forums/showthre...
  • No you won't
  • I'm currently in a bad situation and I don't know where to turn. I have a small, cheap apartment in Ogden, Utah, but I don't know if I'll be able to keep it. I just broke up with an abusive boyfriend who was living with me and he's out of my house now. Problem is he was the one with the money and I don't have a job and with rent coming up I don't know how to pay for it. I don't have anywhere to turn to if I lose this place, I just need help to pay a month or two in rent while I look for a roommate and a job.
  • NO there is no financial assistance for an able bodied adult. You need to ask Family, friends or your Church for help.
  • I can tell you that if you are willing to consider California that my alma mater San Jose State University offers a great film/photography program and offers great financial assistance. www.sjsu.edu :) I wish you luck :)
  • M, go to Collegeboard.com •Suggest you look at the Occupational Outlook Handbook. (Library) •Read: College Survival & Success Skills 101 by Marianne Ragins. •Debt -Free U by Zac Bissonnette •Disney has a College Student Program. You might take a look. •Look at e-scholar.gov. Americorps.gov, Internshipqueen.com, Inroads.org & Wetfeet.com. •You might want to be flexible and look at Art Center, Pasadena, Cooper Union in NY. •Read: How to go to College for , almost, Free by Ben Kaplan. •You need to determine return on investment. •Stay away from Private & Parent Student Loans. Government Loans only (Perkins & Stafford) •Do your research, keep borrowing down, find as much free money as you can. •Get a copy of IRS.gov Publication 970. Tax Deductions/credits for Education. Get a Notebook and Evernote APP and make a Vision Map of your academic career. Remember, Network!
  • To the people that think Medicaid is free to the public or paid by the government... It is not! I was forced to take a disability retirement before I was 55 years old due to my health. I purchased Medicaid from the Department of Workforce Services because I had no medical insurance. My Medicaid premium was $976.00 per month. My monthly gross income is under $2,000.00 my net retirement is $1,700.00. This was the first time in my life I have ever asked or needed financial assistance from the government and the first time I have ever been sick. I live in the state of Utah and had to learn the hard way that unless you are pregnant or single with children you cannot get medical health coverage for less than 35% of you income. Additionally, we have only one hospital in my town that will accept patients who are self-pay or on Medicaid which is McKay-Dee Hospital and the doctors or their PAs treat people without a higher income or insurance in an entirely different manner than those with money.
  • I am not "pregnant or single with children" and I was able to "get medical health coverage for less than 35%" of my income, because I did not get it from medicaid. Your mistake was getting it from medicaid. You might be able to buy better insurance somewhere else for a lot less money.
  • You had a share of cost with Medicaid because your income was too high to qualify for it in the first place. It was not $976 every month. It is a deductible you pay in any month you want medical services. With an income of $1700 you dont qualify for Medicaid with no children. Your income as a single has to be around $900 a month. You are right that government aid is for families or unmarried pregnant girls not seniors.
  • Medicaid is for the poor. That is too much income for a single person. You might want to move to a place that provides 100% free medicaid. But in other places, based on your income, you may not qualify at all. You can try some free or low cost community clinics. Medicaid is for those that struggle to have food to eat. And, those that are on the system and do not struggle for food are cheating.
  • Medicaid is run on a state by state basis. It costs the government taxpayers, approximately $700 per month, per recipient. Obviously, older, sicker people cost a lot more than younger, healthy people, but if you average it out among the roughly 25,000,000 Americans on Medicaid, that's what it works out to. When you apply for welfare health coverage for the poor, you have to 'qualify' based on your household income, and your assets. You are "retired" at 55, on $24,000 a year income, JUST FOR YOU, for the rest of your life - which will likely be longer than you worked. Who knows what kind of ASSETS you have, except judging from your share of cost, YOU HAVE ASSETS. Look at the bright side. You're $976 a month is getting you ZERO copayment, ZERO coinsurance, and ZERO deductible - which is a hell of a lot better than the WORKING 55 year olds paying for your coverage, who are averaging $600 a month for their health insurance coverage on private insurance, or $400 through their employer, IF they don't have a spouse.
  • First of all, what happened is horrible and I have not been able to shake it. I have as much sympathy for these families as anyone. But why the need to raise all of this money for funeral expenses when it is being said over and over that this is a very affluent community? One of the victim's father was on TV the very next day after his daughter was horribly murdered already mentioning a Facebook page raising money for his daughter. I don't understand this. First of all, who is ready to be interviewed 24 hours after your child was slaughtered by a madman? Second, who would even be thinking along the lines of raising money just yet? And why would someone with wealthy parents (his wife's father was a dentist as well) need financial assistance? Then we have others coming out of the woodwork to raise money for these wealthy people. The same father I speak of is Mormon and from Utah and everybody knows that the Mormon church will take care of their own. I just don't understand all of this money raising and it just seems wildly inappropriate.
  • Edit: This money is being raised to help the Parkers. It says that very clearly. It is not going to support education and poor children. It is going to help people who already have a lot of money in their family and who belong to one of the richest churches in the world - the Mormon Church. A church that will help them with anything they need. I find this money raising to be disgusting. https://www.facebook.com/EmilieParkerFun...
  • Edit: Not sure what LDS church you have been attending. "In some cases, bishops can arrange with morticians to provide respectable burial services at cost when expenses are paid from fast-offering funds." See Financial Policies: http://www.lds.org/handbook/handbook-2-a... Anyway, if they are taking up billions of dollars without helping out their members in need, if they can't even afford the cost of a proper burial for a child, then they are disgusting. Especially if the members of their own church will not donate money to the cause. It usually doesn't require a Facebook page to pay for a funeral. People pay for millions of them every day without a Facebook page. Sadly, I know far too many people who have lost a child and they family and friends helped them without them ever having to create a website.
  • Rather than work on the cause of these tragedies to eliminate it, we are conditioned to throw money at it. No amount of money alone has never solved anything. We need to get serious at the heart of these things like the education system and the families and it's list of failures!
  • I really cannot speak to how affluent the Parkers are. Not everyone living in an affluent community has $20,000 or so, just lying around, to spend on funeral expenses. And the funeral homes want cash, in advance. This fund does not seem to be the idea of the Parkers. The facebook page was created by Brad Shultz and Alan Prothero, as I understand it, because they felt the need to help the Parkers and let others who wanted to help find a way to help. It doesn't seem to be "authorized" by the Parkers. Not all dentists have a lot of money. You have to understand that the Mormon church does not have the money to help members with funeral expenses. If you were a member, and needed the money, you would be told to borrow the money from a bank or credit union, or family. Mormons are taught to take care of themselves and not expect something from the church. If in need, and your family couldn't help you, you might get some food from the church to keep you alive for a short period. But funeral expenses? No way. Lifelong member.
  • If I gave a penny for every person telling me to support a cause I would have no m,oney left
  • i think its more like raising awareness then money. that money is probably going to charities to help children, fight gun violence, promote school safety, etc. also its a way for people to feel like they're doing all that they can.
  • people are probably paying as a means of making them selves feel better?
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