North Carolina TANF Program for low-income households: Apply if your monthly income is less than $1,000

Mark Star

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Living in North Carolina is a dream of many of us. This is because of its booming business environment, amazing landscapes, friendly people, and other perks. However, not everyone can buy a home and live comfortably with their family. This is primarily because of its relatively high unemployment and inflation rates.

Thankfully, a couple of programs or financial assistance options are there for North Carolina residents. One example is Housing Assistance Program which gives thousands to eligible people.

Another one is the Child Care Stabilization Program which has millions for NC families to take good care of their children. Here are some details on this program for those who are interested.

Apply for North Carolina TANF Program if your income is less than $1,000

$1,000 a month is not so tough in a state like North Carolina. Still, so many people have to suffer. This problem is more common among those who have just arrived in NC with families and don't know how to get started.

The goal of the TANF program is to help needy people like you. It is possible to get work opportunities and financial assistance simultaneously.

Like all other programs, certain conditions must be met. For instance, your monthly income should be something from $362 to $772 depending on your family size. You must be a North Carolina and US citizen and should have at least one dependent child. You and your family should not own more than one vehicle for each adult.

Want to get complete details? Please check here. Or else, you can directly apply at the local Department of Social Services.

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