This month is the deadline to apply for new $500 monthly payments for two years; are you eligible for a windfall of $12,000?

American citizens will get $500 payments every month for at least two years.

The Pathway to Income Equity program’s debut will benefit 300 California taxpayers who struggle to meet their basic needs.


Santa Rosa, Petaluma, and a number of other Californian communities will be eligible for this opportunity.

What is The Pathway to Income Equity program?

305 eligible Sonoma County residents will receive the $500 monthly award from the Pathway to Income Equity program over a 24-month period.

The cash assistance program is tax-free and is for unrestricted COVID disaster relief.

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When is the deadline for The Pathway to Income Equity program applications?

Applications will be taken from September 1 through October 31, 2022.

How do I submit an application for The Pathway to Income Equity?

If you reside in one of the coalition cities, you may submit your application at pathwaysonoma.com.

To submit your application, you are not required to show identification.

If you are chosen to receive the $500 award, you must present supporting documentation.

Without your documents you will not qualify.

How do I determine if I qualify to apply for The Pathway to Income Equity Program?

Depending on your family size, if you are above the federal poverty level of 185 percent. You might be eligible, for instance, if your family size is four or more and your household income is less than $51,000.

You may apply if you are pregnant or have a child under the age of six.

If you lost your job, income, home, or daycare, you might be eligible.

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In May, the Sanoma County Board of Supervisors made a $3 million deposit for the program called The Pathway to Income Equity.

Petaluma contributed $636,000, Healdsburg contributed $250,000, and the city of Santa Rosa gave a whopping $1 million as part of their offering.

Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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