Residents in the state of Florida or family with low income or furthermore those affected by hurricane Irma can apply for ACCESS Florida Benefits via www.myflorida.com/accessflorida.
The program of ACCESS (Automated Community Connection to Economic Self Sufficiency) Florida, helps provide families with low income or Vitim’s of hurricane Irma with food, health care, cash or medicare, as long as they are eligible for the policy.
The ACCESS Florida system allows you to connect with their public assistance information 24/7. Also, the ACCESS is in collaboration with the Florida Department of Children and Families.
ACCESS Florida Benefits Program Requirements
Individuals who resides in the state of Florida will provide a valid Social Security Number (SSN). However, a Personal and household information will also be submitted during the application process.
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Moreover, you will be asked to present a valid proof of immigration status which must be provided if you are an immigrant. As soon as you have those information ready, follow the steps below to start your application.
www.myflorida.com/accessflorida Step Guide
- To apply for ACCESS Florida Benefits, visit www.myflorida.com/accessflorida
- Then click the “Am I Eligible?” button to check whether you are eligible or not, and also which process may require you to answer some questions.
- Once you found out that you are eligible to apply for the benefits. Then proceed and click the “Apply For Benefits” button to submit required corresponding applications for food, cash or medical assistance.
- Since you are visiting the website for first time, you will be required to create a new account. After creating your account, then you can log in to complete the step described above.
- After you have completed and submit your application online, you will receive a telephone interview to confirm your application.
- Now, kindly wait for not less than 30 days to get the response.
The ACCESS Florida benefits Program is organized for truly poor people with low income and can not afford to feed for at least three times a day.