Businesses see boost from post-storm food assistance
The Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program didn't just put money in the hands of families in need of food in the wake of the April 27 storms.
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#1 May 25, 2011
Sad but true that people were turned away because they had insurance checks to repair their damaged homes.In our case we did not even have acess to any of the funds due to the fact the bank had a hold on the check.At the time we aplied we needed help but in truth I was not surprised.They made a grand appearence of helping the victims but in the background many were turned away.I beleive that is what is meant by the phrase(Adding insult to injury).We will carry on and get through this disaster thankfull that we all survived with the ralization of what is most important in life,Each other.
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