Child Care Assistance Programs:
Child Care Assistance Programs do not look at assets.
Investment income must be $3,100 or less for Tax Year 2009.
LIHEAP: The asset
limit is $10,000 per household and another $5,000 for each household member age
60 and above.
SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program):
Household resources must be less than $2,000 ($3,250 for households that include a member age 60 or over or a disabled household member). Households in which all members are receiving TANF, tribal TANF, or SSI are not subject to an asset limit.
For regular Medicaid, total countable assets must be at or below $2,000 for an individual, or $3,000 for a married couple. For Medicaid for children 1-19 total countable resources must be at or below $15,000.
Energy Assistance Program:
EAP does not look at assets.
School Meal Program:
The School Meal Program does not look at assets.
Children’s Health Insurance Program:
The Children’s Health Insurance Program does not look at assets, though the application will ask for this information to see if the child[children] will qualify for North Dakota Medicaid.