List Of All States That Are Sending Stimulus Payments

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Guaranteed Basic Income (GBI), also known as stimulus payments, is gaining traction across the United States as a strategy to alleviate poverty. These monthly payments provide financial stability to low-income individuals and families, aiming to improve economic conditions.

States Implementing Stimulus Payments in July 2024


Breathe Program in Los Angeles

The Breathe program offers $1,000 per month to about 1,000 low-income households from June 2022 to August 2025.


Long Beach Pledge Program

Provides $500 per month to approximately 200 low-income households with children, running from spring 2024 to spring 2025.

Elevate MV Program in Mountain View

Gives $500 per month to around 166 low-income parents from December 2022 to December 2024.


Pathway to Income Equity in Sonoma County

Offers $500 per month to about 305 low-income families from January 2023 to January 2025.


Georgia Resilience and Opportunity Fund

Provides $850 per month to around 650 low-income Black women in Atlanta, Southwest Georgia, and College Park, from fall 2022 to fall 2024.



Cook County Promise Program

Offers $500 per month to approximately 3,250 moderate-income households in Cook County from December 2022 to December 2024.


Somerville Program

Provides $750 per month to about 200 low-income households from July 2024 to July 2025.



Baltimore Young Families Success Fund

Offers $1,000 per month to around 200 young parents from August 2022 to July 2024.


Guaranteed Income to Grow Ann Arbor

Provides $528 per month to about 100 low-income entrepreneurs from January 2024 to December 2025.


Rx Kids Program in Flint

Offers a $1,500 lump sum and $500 monthly to around 1,200 new and expectant mothers from January 2024 to spring 2025.

New Mexico

Santa Fe Learn, Earn, Achieve Program

Provides $400 per month to 98 young, low-income parents enrolled in educational programs at Santa Fe Community College from January 2024 to spring 2025.


New York

The Bridge Project in New York City

Offers up to $1,000 per month to 1,200 low-income mothers, ongoing since June 2021.


UpTogether San Antonio

Provides up to $500 per month to 25 low-income mothers from summer 2023 to December 2024.


FAQS About Guaranteed Basic Income Programs

1. What is Guaranteed Basic Income (GBI)?

GBI refers to monthly payments provided to low-income individuals without conditions, aiming to alleviate poverty.

2. How can I find out if I qualify for these programs?

Check government websites or contact local authorities for eligibility criteria and application details.


3. Are these programs only for specific demographics?

No, GBI programs vary but generally aim to support low-income households, parents, and individuals facing economic challenges.

4. How are these programs funded?

Funding sources for GBI programs include government grants, private donations, and community partnerships.


5. Can I apply for multiple GBI programs in different states?

Yes, if you meet eligibility criteria for programs in different states, you can apply for and receive benefits from multiple GBI initiatives.


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