On Friday, August 1st, Practising Law Institute (PLI) will be hosting a free webinar on “Advanced Public Assistance and Food Stamp Eligibility 2014: Special Populations.”
The webinar will cover the intricate eligibility rules for special populations seeking Public Assistance and Food Stamps (SNAP). Certain populations, including immigrants, the homeless, and people with disabilities, are subject to various exceptions and modifications to the usual rules. These populations are also typically the most in need of assistance. Along with information regarding representing these special populations, the webinar will cover information on representing clients in Fair Hearings and Article 78 special proceedings, two of the primary forums in which advocates assist people with public assistance and food stamp problems. This session will complement PLI’s recent training sessions on basic eligibility, and is ideal for attorneys interested in helping low-income clients with public assistance and food stamp matters.
PLI will also be offering two of the webinar sessions with Spanish translations. The sessions available in translation are “Special Populations: Immigrants” at 9:15 ET and the “Fair Hearings” at 2:15 ET. The translations are available thanks to an exciting pilot initiative by PLI that will help to increase the accessibility of these vital resources.
The full schedule of the webinar is available here, tune in for the whole day or just catch the one session you need!