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Several state and federal programs offer various types of benefits to eligible residents in Arizona. Eligibility requirements vary according to each program, but are typically based on a person’s income level and situation of need. Learning about the enrollment criteria and application procedures can significantly increase your chances to receive these benefits. You can find out all of the details regarding each of these state and federal programs by downloading our comprehensive guides.

Arizona residents can download our Family Assistance guide to learn about food and nutrition programs such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and the Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP). Our guide covers a wide range of topics including eligibility requirements, application procedures, interview preparation and benefits renewal.

Unemployment assistance and skills training are some of the Employment Services available in Arizona through various benefits offered by the state’s Department of Economic Security. Programs such as Unemployment Insurance and Veteran Employment Assistance can help residents get back on their feet. To learn about the eligibility requirements for each of these assistance programs and information regarding the causes for wrongful termination, download our guide.

Low-income residents and first-time homebuyers may be eligible to receive housing assistance in Arizona. There are state and federal housing vouchers and housing loans available to those who need housing assistance and meet the criteria requirements in the state. Download our guide on the Housing and Urban Development Department (HUD) to learn the details regarding all of the important housing programs available in Arizona.

Health services are available in Arizona to low-income and elderly residents as well as those who are simply looking for affordable health insurance plans. To learn more about the services offered through Medicare, Medicaid and Obamacare, as well as these plan’s eligibility requirements and application procedures, download our Health Services guide today.

The Arizona Department of Transportation (DOT) offers a wide range of driving services to state residents, including Drivers Ed programs and the issuance and renewal of driver’s licenses and car registrations. To learn more about how to enroll in a driving course or get a license and registration, download our DMV guide today.