Mississippi Benefits


The Mississippi Division of Medicaid manages CHIP which is designed to provide no to low-cost medical services for the uninsured child residents of the state who belong to low-income households.

Food Stamps (SNAP)

The Mississippi Food Stamps (SNAP) is a program that helps to supplement the food budget for low income households and individuals in the state of Mississippi. The main objective of the Mississippi Food Stamps (SNAP) program is to eliminate hunger and promote proper nutrition in the state of Mississippi. Members of the program are given an Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card, through which they can conveniently access their benefits, in grocery shops and selected stores across the state of Mississippi.


Mississippi Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) helps low-income households meet their energy costs through direct and indirect financial aid. The program also provides additional assistance for households facing emergency through Emergency Crisis Intervention Program (ECIP).


Mississippi Medicaid is a program that provides free medical services to its eligible members while low-income households may need to make small co-payments for medical services which they get from accredited physicians, nursing homes, hospitals and pharmacies.


If you live in Mississippi and meet the requirements, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. The program is for Mississippi residents who are unable to work due to a qualifying disability.


Mississippi's TANF program not only provides essential financial assistance to families in need, but also focuses on sustainable employment. It offers job search aid, skills training, and other support services, ensuring that adults in these households are equipped to find and retain stable jobs, ultimately leading to long-term economic stability and independence.


Mississippi's TEFAP program is dedicated to combating food insecurity, focusing on reaching vulnerable populations through local community organizations. This ensures that essential food supplies are accessible to those most in need across the state.


Mississippi Unemployment Insurance (UI) program offers temporary financial assistance for unemployed workers in Mississippi who have lost their job or their work hours have been reduced without a fault of their own. Workers meeting eligibility criteria for the program will receive weekly assistance. Applicants will need to be available and ready for work in order to receive UI benefits.

Veterans Disability

Mississippi offers Veterans Disability Benefits to veterans who were injured or developed a medical condition during their active military service. This financial aid is in recognition of their service and sacrifices. In addition to disability benefits, Mississippi veterans can receive many other benefits, including comprehensive healthcare services, Veterans Readiness and Employment, VA Life Insurance, and much more.


Mississippi Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) provides full range of weatherization services to income eligible households in Mississippi. The program helps such households to lower their energy costs by making their home energy efficient.


The Mississippi Supplemental Nutrition Program for women, infants , and children commonly referred to as Mississippi WIC is a program that provides supplemental foods, nutrition education and health care referrals free of charge to low-income pregnant , breastfeeding and postpartum women, Infants and children below six years of age who are medically proven to be nutritionally at risk. In order to be eligible for the program, applicants must fall in the specified categories of individuals and should be medically proven to be nutritionally at risk by a healthcare professional