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13INside Track navigates the ending of SNAP benefits with Hankey Law

SNAP benefits, a supplement nutritional assistance program, ended on June 1, 2022. Learn how to receive support from other benefit programs.

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Ashley Marks and Stacy Crider, partners at Hankey Law Office, discuss SNAP benefits, a "supplemental nutrition assistance program that since the pandemic started." Marks explains that SNAP benefits have ended as of June 1st, 2022."The timing of this has just been horrible for people with the cost of inflation going up, rising gas prices, people are struggling more than ever."

"So especially, if on top of everything else, you're dealing with either a mental illness or a physical health condition, even if you're working part time, there might be some additional benefits that you would be eligible for."

Crider explains the process of contacting Hankey Law Office to receive support. "Specifically with social security disability. That is a process that can take up to 18 months, or possibly longer. And so, we have a staff that is very knowledgeable about resources that someone can utilize to bridge that gap between working and getting those benefits."

To learn more, call (317) 634 - 8565 or visit HankeyLawOffice.com.

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