There are so many people in the world who don’t have enough money to fulfill basic needs of their families. For such economically challenged people, the Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) provides different types of social welfare programs. Health and nutrition assistance is provided to low-income families through these programs. To get benefits of these programs people should meet certain economic and social criteria. If you are living in state of Indiana and struggling to get much-needed health care and food to eat, then you can apply for FSSA benefits online at www.in.gov/fssa in order to save time from visiting the office.
In 1991, the General Assembly began FSSA for better integration of the human services delivery by State government. The health care and social service funding agency, FSSA includes 5 care divisions such as Office of Medicaid Policy and Planning (OMPP), Division of Disability, Aging and Rehabilitative Services (DDARS), Division of Family Resources (DFR), the Office of the Secretary (OS) and Division of Mental Health and Addiction (DMHA). From the total budget of the agency, about 94 percent is paid to 1000s of service providers. Continue reading »