Sunday, April 17, 2011


Need food stamps, TCA, energy assistance, or other services? Did you know you could apply for all of this from the comfort of your living room or where ever you have your computer and/or laptop. Check out the information listed below. (NOTE: You can also apply for these services by visiting the Family Crisis Center, Inc. of Prince George's County, 3601 Taylor Street, Brentwood, MD 20722 or VISIT our Mount Rainier Library and go online and follow these instructions.)


SAIL (Service Access and Information Link) is a web-based screening and application tool that will allow Maryland applicants to complete the following:

Am I Eligible?
- A series of questions to help you decide for which social services benefits you and members of your family may want to apply.

Start an Application - Apply on-line any time of day or night for the following programs:

* Food Stamps (FS)
* Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA)
* Temporary Disability Assistance Program (TDAP)
* Medical Assistance (MA)
* Maryland Children's Health Program (MCHP)
* Medical Assistance Long Term Care (LTC)
* Maryland Energy Assistance Program (MEAP)
* Electric Universal Service Program (EUSP)
* Child Care Subsidy Program (CCSP)

Complete a Re-determination - If you currently receive cash assistance, Medical Assistance or Food Stamps, you may be able to complete the re-determination of your benefits on-line. To access this section, you must have received a re-determination letter.

Report a Change - If you currently receive benefits and have a change in your household's circumstances, such as a new address, someone moving in or out, or an increase or decrease in income, you can report this information on-line.

Print Verification Form - You can print a verification form to complete and mail to your local department.

Become a Community Partner - Your organization may be able to help our customers apply for benefits by becoming a Community Partner.

There are also links to other programs and services such as the Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Program.

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