This guide provides information on three govt. programs (SSI, Medicaid, and SNAP) and identifies pertinent print and online resources available through the NYU Law Library.
Last Updated: Feb 17, 2016
Below are links to websites--mostly websites of various organizations or entites--that offer information on SSI, Medicaid, or SNAP:
- American Association of Retired Persons Website
The American Association of Retired Persons website offers short summaries and reports on the SSI and Medicaid programs.
- Benefits.gov Website
The Benefits.gov website provides basic information on federal and state benefit programs, including SSI, Medicaid, and food benefits. It also posts a questionnaire that will inform users of benefits for which they may be eligible.
- Economic Success Clearinghouse
The Economic Success Clearinghouse webpages on the Finance Project website posts documents relating to policies and strategies aimed at assisting low-income persons. There are materials on SSI and SNAP program.
- Empire Justice Center Website
The Empire Justice Center website organizes materials largely by issue. Materials relating to SSI are found under the category, “Disability Benefits” and materials relating to nutrition benefits under the category, “Public Benefits.” The website also offers an Online Resource Center that offers a number of practice-oriented materials.
- Food Research and Action Center
The Food Research Action Center website offers news and publications on government food programs.
- Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation Website
The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation website publishes reports and statistics on a variety of topics, including Medicaid. Free online access. The site offers a primer on Medicaid.
Below are links to the websites--mostly websites of various organizations or entites--that offer information on SSI, Medicaid, or SNAP: