Is Your State Offering Stimulus Aid Now? Find Out Here

After three stimulus aid checks were distributed to help Americans who are financially struggling throughout the pandemic, the clamor for a fourth one is so much louder.

However, with little support on the House floor, the possibility of a fourth stimulus check is shrinking by the day. 

Read more: America State Residents Can Receive Variety of Stimulus Check, Discover Whether You Qualify

But, many states are still conducting relief programs to help. Here are some of the states offering stimulus aid now:


Jobless residents can receive payments between $1,000 and $2,000 for returning to work; however, the amount depends on whether you return full or part-time.


Roughly two-thirds of Californians are eligible for the state’s Golden State Stimulus program. Qualifying residents must make between $30,000 and $75,000 to receive payments. The program now offers aid to Social Security recipients who work part-time .


The state is giving out $1,000 checks to those who return to work before Dec. 31.


Teachers and principals are receiving $1,000 for working throughout the pandemic.

Read more: Texas Gov. Abbott Allocates $16B in COVID-19 in Stimulus Bill Funds


Similar to Florida, teachers and principals in Georgia are receiving $1,000 for working during the pandemic.


Half a million Idaho residents qualify for a one-time income tax rebate with the average check worth $248.


Maryland residents were given $300 and those with children received $500 after filing for earned income tax credit.


Teachers are receiving $500 for hazard pay.

Read more: California Residents Received Extra $1,100 Stimulus Check in November

New Mexico

Low-income households received $750 in payments and beginning Oct. 12, residents could complete an application if they weren’t eligible for the first round of checks.


The state is receiving grant money worth $46 million.


The state is sending out a total of $13 million to student teachers.

Read more: $750,000 Bonus Stimulus Checks Sent Out This Week


Full-time public school workers are being paid $1,000 while part-time workers are receiving $500.


For those willing to relocate after losing their job in the hospitality or construction industry, Vermont is offering to cover up to $7,500 in moving expenses.

Check your state’s requirements to see if you’re eligible for aid.

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