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Got out of prison, got a lot of bill is there anyway I can get some help?

Q) I just got out of prison on august the 1st after serving 6 years straight and I’m having a hard time working because I can’t be around other people they scare me to death so I cant barely work I can’t even go into store sometimes I will sit in the parking lot and wait for the store to clear out before I can go in there some day are bad and most day are extremely bad I don’t know what to do because I got a lot of bill and I’m struggling to pay them is there anyway I can get some help?

A) Please call or visit your nearest Medicaid Office and apply for benefits for which you qualify. You may qualify for medical benefits so you can see a specialist about your condition, food stamps and cash assistance to help pay your bills.




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