Skip to main content

Get Help Paying Your Bills With USAGov

Date: July 16, 2020
A stressed woman holds her head looking at bills on her couch

Are you struggling to pay your rent or mortgage? Maybe you need help with prescription drug costs or your energy bills. 

If you have a low income or are experiencing financial hardship, federal government benefit programs may be able to help you pay for food, housing, health care, and other expenses. 

Understanding which benefits you qualify for and how to apply can be a challenge. But information from USAGov can help. Learn about the eligibility requirements and application process for programs like SNAP (food stamps) and Medicaid. Understand your low-income housing options. And protect yourself with tips for avoiding common scams related to government grants and loans.


Visit USA.gov’s Government Benefits, Grants, and Loans section to see which programs match your needs and eligibility, and how to begin the application process.

You might also like …

  • USAGov’s Five Tips for the 2021 Tax Season

    As the tax season approaches, you may have questions about filing your federal, state and business taxes in 2021. Economic Impact Payments, tax credits and other relief provided in 2020 have many people wondering how to file during the pandemic.

  • Get Help From USAGov This 2020 Holiday Season

    The 2020 holiday season is one like never before. Due to the pandemic, people across the U.S. have adjusted the way they work, shop, and connect with others.

  • What’s the Difference Between Government Grants and Loans?

    Are you looking to get help paying for your education? Does your non-profit organization need financial assistance to complete a community project? The government offers financial help, but you may not know what’s available and where to find it.

  • USAGov Answers FAQs About Voting

    The coronavirus pandemic makes the 2020 election season different than any before it. And it’s leaving a lot of people looking for information on how, where, and when to cast their vote.

  • USAGov’s Quick Guide to Voting in 2020

    Election Day 2020 is just about six weeks away. With voter registration deadlines approaching soon, it’s time to make sure you’re ready.

Share This Page:
Top