The following installment of a program that provides $500 monthly stimulus checks to 305 households in California, will be sent to beneficiaries tomorrow.
305 households were chosen for the PTIE pilot program stimulus check among 6,450 applications. According to the Sonoma County Administrator’s Office, applicants are required to have one kid at least under the age of six, have been impacted by the pandemic in any way, and have an income that was not above 185% of the poverty line.
More Details On The Upcoming $500 Stimulus Checks
“Better outcomes for their children will result from them being able to be with their children, look for better employment, or improve financially thanks to this additional income,” said Angie Shore, ED of the First 5 Sonoma County, which is an independent public organization that specializes in the early development of childhood.
The media was informed by Dillon-Shore that they are employing an “external to conduct and evaluate qualitative research (interviews, surveys, as well as focus groups) with those participating over this two annum” and that a final and preliminary report will be released in the next two years, respectively. The stimulus check initiative is a component of an investigation of the impact of guaranteed income on low-income households. According to Dillon-Shore, payments are distributed on every third Wednesday of the month, which means this month’s stimulus check will be distributed on Wednesday.
53% of their homes with children below 6 struggled to meet the basic requirements of their families, according to a 2021 survey by United Ways of California. The survey also discovered that single moms were the demographic most likely to experience financial hardship, with 67% of the county falling below the study’s definition of self-sufficiency.