Social Welfare Policy

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Develop a paper  which describes the appropriate social welfare programs that are relevant for the family. Include discussion of eligibility, benefits, and the adequacy of the available services. 

A single-parent family is headed by Jane Smith, 24 years old. There are two children: William is four years old, and Sally is two years old. Jane is currently unemployed, did not work long enough to be covered by unemployment insurance, has exhausted all of her savings, and receives no alimony or child support. The family is temporarily staying at a Salvation Army family shelter, but must leave at the end of the month. For what services might the Smith family be eligible? What do you recommend?

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Social Welfare Policy

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Social Welfare Policy
The society as a whole gains when all of a country's residents have access to basic
essentials. Services that meet these fundamental requirements for citizens, particularly for those
who are in need, are directed by social welfare policy. Social workers concentrate on social
welfare policies to assist safeguard citizens against elements that might impair their quality of
life. There are many social welfare programs that are relevant for the Smith family’s case.
Among them is; Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Supplemental Nutrition
Assistance Program (SNAP), Housing Assistance and Child Care Assistance. Governments
devised these governmental programs to shield citizens from the economi...

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